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William Fothergill Cooke - Life
... later was appointed professor of anatomy at the University of Durham ... He was educated at Durham and at the University of Edinburgh, and at the age of 20 entered the Indian Army ... was likely by Professor William Ritchie (physicist) himself of the London University ...
J. E. S. De Graft-Hayford - Education
... In 1945, he studied course subjects as an external student of the London University as well as military matters such as Leadership Potential and all ... Economics Degree from the London University in November, 1947 ... Diploma in Public Administration from the London University by private study and was awarded the title of Fellow of the Economic Society of Ghana in 1958 ...
Lucy Wills - Early Life - London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine For Women
... January 1915, Lucy Wills enrolled as a medical student at the London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women ('The School'), then already part of London University ... The School had been established in 1874 as the London School of Medicine for Women and was the first medical school in Britain to train women ... with the School changing its name to the London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women ...
John Hoppus - University Appointment
... Dissenting academies, many of which functioned as colleges, preparing young men for university studies abroad, in Scotland or on the Continent ... proposal succeeded between 1825-8 with the founding of London University, now University College London, the first entirely nondenominational college of higher education in England ... London University was opposed by the more traditional of the high church sections of the establishment, and a backlash arose that led to a rival, King's College London being ...
Victor Bulmer-Thomas - Academic Career - London
... take up a post as Lecturer in Development Economics at Queen Mary College (now Queen Mary) at London University ... years later, he became the Director of London University's Institute of Latin American Studies, although he remained attached to Queen Mary ... this research was interrupted when he became the Director of Chatham House, the London home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in 2001 ...

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