§ Lord AVEBURY
asked Her Majesty's Government:
What number of places under what programmes have been made available to Rhodesian African students at the University of Salisbury, other Commonwealth universities and institutions of higher and further education in the United Kingdom respectively in the academic years 1974–75 and 1975–76; what number of places will be made available under each of such headings in the academic year 1976–77: and whether in each case they will give the cost of the programme.
§ Baroness LLEWELYN-DAVIES of HASTOE
Her Majesty's Government's programme for assisting Rhodesian2023WA
Africans to obtain education after the stage of "O" level at the institutions concerned caters for the following numbers
UNIVERSTITY OF RHODESIA IN SALISBURY 1974-75 1975-76 (actual) 1976-77 (proposed) Awards continuing from previous years Nil Nil 43 New Awards Nil 70* 200† Totals Nil 70 243 Estimated cost Nil £52,500 £250,000
OTHER COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTIONS 1974-75 1975-76 (actual) 1976-77 (proposed) Awards continuing from previous years Nil Nil 54 New Awards Nil 61‡ 126 Totals Nil 61 180 Estimated cost Nil £65,000 £175,000
INSTITUTIONS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1974-75 (actual) 1975-76 (actual) 1976-77 (proposed) Awards continuing from previous years 97 287 950 New Awards 388 773 150 Totals 485 1,060 1,100 Cost £482,657 £1,658,000 (estimated) £2,368,000 (estimated) Other governments, including some of the Commonwealth, have their own programmes. *About 27 are not expected to proceed to their second year of study. †This is the number for which Her Majesty's Government has guaranteed support. Other governments may in fact fund a few of them. ‡About 7 are not expected to proceed to their second year of study.