115, 117 and 118.
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland (1) how many male and female students, respectively, receiving grants from education authorities in Scotland are now attending a full-time course of undergraduate study at each of the following universities of Oxford, Cambridge, London, other English universities, University of Wales, Queen's University, Belfast, and Dublin universities, respectively;(2) what are the total amounts of annual grants now being made by local authorities in Scotland to students attending a full-time course of undergraduate studies at Scottish universities, at other universities in the United Kingdom, at Queen's University, Belfast, and at Dublin universities, respectively; and
(3) how many students receiving grants from education authorities in Scotland are attending a full-time course of undergraduate study at universities in the United Kingdom outwith Scotland and at Queen's University, Belfast; and whether he will classify these students under each of the headings given in Table 4 of Command Paper No. 8307, namely, arts, pure science, medicine, dentistry, technology, agriculture and forestry, and veterinary science.
Following are the figures:Number of undergraduate full-time students at certain universities receiving grants from Scottish education authorities:
|Universities||Estimated amount £|
|Others in Great Britain||4,500|
|Faculty or School||Number of Students|
|Agriculture and Forestry||2|