HC Deb 15 March 1956 vol 550 cc69-70W
Mr. Albu

asked the Minister of Education what were the awards obtained, and in what subjects, by the students of advanced courses at technical colleges, as described in paragraph 56 of Command Paper No. 9703, in the last year for which the figures are available.

Sir D. Eccles

The most up-to-date figures, which are for 1953–54, are as follows:

London Internal Degree—Science 237
London Internal Degree—Technology 209
London External Degree—Science 722
London External Degree—-Technology 283
Higher National Diploma—Building 55
Higher National Diploma—-Electrical Engineering 86
Higher National Diploma—Mechanical Engineering 107
Higher National Certificate—Building 637
Higher National Certificate—Chemistry 502
Higher National Certificate—Applied Chemistry 16
Higher National Certificate—Chemical Engineering 5
Higher National Certificate—Civil Engineering 156
Higher National Certificate—Electrical Engineering 1,950
Higher National Certificate—Mechnical Engineering 2,860
Higher National Certificate—Production Engineering 398
Higher National Certificate—Metallurgy 144
Higher National Certificate—Mining 72
Higher National Certificate—Mining Surveying 18
Higher National Certificate—Naval Architecture 14
Higher National Certificate—Applied Physics 46
Higher National Certificate—Textiles 122
College Diploma (Not included above)—Technical 350
College Diploma (Not included above)—Science 90
Associate of Royal Institute of Chemistry (Not included above)—Chemistry 110
Full Technological Certificate of City and Guilds of London Institute—Telecommunications Engineering 67
Others (Various) 73
Associate of Royal Institute of British Architects (Not included above)—Architecture 500