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Examinations, January, 1949

The Structural Engineer
Examinations, January, 1949
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The examinations of the Institution will next be held at Centres in the United Kingdom and in South Africa on the 11th and 12th January, 1949 (Graduateship), and the 13th and 14th January (Associate-Membership).

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