|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: cand. rer. pol.|
|It is an abbreviation of a title.|
In a German certificate it says: " Herr cand. rer. pol. XXXX hat an meiner Klausur ... teilgenommen.
It would also help me if someone could tell me the long version of the Latin expression.
A similar problem: "stud. rer. pol."
Thanks for any suggestions
|English translation:candidatus rerum politicarum|
It refers to a Master candidate in social sciences.
See, for example:
"... first grade degree, candidatus magisterii (cand.mag.-degree) and can be obtained after four years of full time study. At the postgraduate level there are two grade degrees: the second grade degree, candidatus rerum politicarum (cand.polit.-degree), which can be obtained after further two years of full time study, and the degree of doctor rerum politicarum (dr. polit.-degree), which can be obtained after another three years' of full time study."
I assume "stud. rer. pol." means "studente rerum politicarum", i.e. the undergraduate level.
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