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Statute No. 7: Admission to Courses of the University

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Statute No. 7: Admission to Courses of the University

1. Admission to courses of the University is governed by regulations approved by the Senate and rules approved by the Academic Board.

2. The Academic Board has responsibility for administering the rules and regulations relating to admission to courses of the University and may delegate this responsibility to a faculty, board or committee.

3. All applicants for admission to a course of the University are required to produce satisfactory documentary evidence of their qualifications and proof of identity and citizenship and may be required to produce other documentation pertaining to their suitability to undertake a specific course as set out in the rules governing that course and approved by the Academic Board.

4. The Academic Board, on the recommendation of a faculty, may permit a person, on payment of the prescribed fees, if any, to attend a series of lectures or receive practical instruction without undergoing any preliminary test of their ability.