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38–9, and Cobban, The medieval universities: their development and organization, pp. 61– 2. 19 ENGLISH UNIVERSITY LIFE IN THE MIDDLE AGES were attending grammar schools within the town with a view to raising their standards of Latin grammar to a point where they had the confidence to commence the university course in arts. At Paris several of the colleges catered for such advanced schoolboys as one of their resident categories. 66 Oxford university statutes of the medieval period did not stipulate a minimum age of entry.
74. 75. 76. 22 I. Hajnal, L’enseignement de l’écriture aux universités médiévales, 2nd edn (Budapest, Académie des Sciences de Hongrie, 1959), p. 65. , p. 64. See, for example, Moran, The growth of English schooling, p. 18. , pp. 19–20. THE UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE accepted. There is nowhere any suggestion of such a possibility in either English university or college statutes. In furtherance of this is the consideration that undergraduates could supplement their incomes through scribal activities.
A Miscellany of Britain: People, Places, History, Culture, Customs, Sport by Tom O'Meara