University College of North Wales, BANGOR. (A Constituent College of the University of Wales). Principal: SIR HARRY R. REICHEL, M.A., LL.D. The Session opens on October 6th. Intending students are strongly recommended to apply for entry forms at once, and in any case not later than 17th September. The College Courses are arranged with refer- ence to the Degrees of the University of Wales; including the B.D. (Theology). Students may pursue their first year of medical study at the College. There are special departments for Agriculture, Forestry, Electrical Engineering, and Music, and a department for the training of Elementary, Secondary and Kindergarten teachers. At the Entrance Scholarship Examination (held annually in April) a number of Scholarships and Exhibitions varying in value from £ 40 to £ 10 is offered. For further information and copies of the various Prospectuses, apply to W. P. WHELDON, Secretary and Registrar. University College of Swansea. (A Constituent College of the University of Wales). Principal: T. FRANKLIN SIBLY, D.Sc. The Sixth Session will open on 6th October, 1925. Courses of study are provided for :­ (a) Degrees of the University of Wales in Arts, in Pure Science and in Applied Science (Metallurgy and Engineering); (b) Diplomas of the College in Metallurgy and in Engineering; (c) The training of Teachers for Elementary and Secondary Schools; (d) The first Medical Examination of the University of Wales and of other Examining Bodies. Persons who are not desirous of studying for degrees or diplomas may attend selected College Classes, provided they satisfy the Authorities of the College that they are qualified to benefit by such classes. Entrance Scholarships will be offered for com- petition in September, 1925. Particulars concerning admission to the College and of the Entrance Scholarship, may be obtained from the undersigned, EDWIN DREW, Singleton Park, Registrar. Swansea, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth PRINCIPAL :­ JOHN HUMPHREYS DAVIES, M.A., Oxon. The Session begins in September. Lectures commence early in October. Entrance Scholar- ships and Exhibitions, open to both male and female candidates above the age of 16, are offered for competition at the commencement of the Session. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the Applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Men students reside in Registered Lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Women Students reside in the Halls of Resid- ence for Women. For full particulars apply to the General Secretary. University College of South Wales AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. (COLEG PRIFATHROFAOL DEHEUDIR CYMRU A MYNWY). The College includes Faculties of Arts, Science and Medicine, Departments of Applied Science and Technology, Music and Elementary Training, and Secondary Training Departments. Courses of study in the various Faculties and Departments, including those in the Welsh National School of Medicine, qualify for the Degrees and Diplomas of the University of Wales, and other Diplomas. The Session 1925-26 begins on October, 6, 1925. Scholarships and Exhibitions are offered for competition annually in April. For Prospectuses, application should be made to:— D, J. A. BROWN, Registrar, Cardiff,