dis dispensiert

English translation: exempted from

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German term or phrase:dis dispensiert
English translation:exempted from
Entered by: Sebastian Witte

17:36 Oct 7, 2019
German to English translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy / Master's in management studies (apparently not an MBA) - CH
German term or phrase: dis dispensiert
Hi,

This is from a Master's degree certificate.

DECH:
Abschlussbewertung:
bestanden/nicht bestanden
Für den Abschluss erforderliche Credits (ECTS):
60
Masterarbeit:
[...]
BESTANDEN
6 = sehr gut
5 = gut
4 = genügend
***dis dispensiert***
NICHT BESTANDEN
3 = ungenügend
2 = schwach
1 = sehr schwach

EN:
dis = Exempted from sitting the exam?

See I found out "dispensiert" could be Swiss High German for "befreit von", as in "vom Religionsunterricht befreit".

Could you guys have a go at it, perhaps?

Cheers,
Sebastian Witte
Germany
Local time: 03:02
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exempted from


Explanation:
it seems you are right:see link



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  • Die Prüfungskommission der höheren Fachprüfung zum dipl. Wirtschaftsprüfer hat entschieden, dass Kandidaten mit einem Masterabschluss nach Bologna unter bestimmten Bedingungen von der Modulprüfung Accounting & Finance dispensiert werden können.

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