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Ministeriis Pecuniariis

English translation: Financial Services

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Latin term or phrase:Ministeriis Pecuniariis
English translation:Financial Services
Entered by: Lota

05:58 Feb 5, 2018
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Latin term or phrase: Ministeriis Pecuniariis
This is from the National University of Ireland. The person (graduate) received a diploma in the above subject (would you translate it as "Financial Planning" "Financial Management"?) but no degree is specified in this diploma. I tried to find a program online to see to what it could correspond but I did not succeed. Relying on the etymology of "ministerium" is not so helpful as the meaning likely expanded.

In short, I would like to know how you would translate this as a subject in which someone received a diploma.

Thank you.
Lota
United States
Local time: 08:00
Financial Services
Explanation:
There is a programme Bachelor of Financial Services at The Institute of Banking which is in fact
"a recognised college of University College Dublin (UCD) and
the standout banking industry educator, we offer qualifications of
the highest standard".
https://www.iob.ie/sites/default/files/BFS_1.pdf

and also, a certain A. R. whose degree in M. P. can be found in the registry of foreign degrees of Luxembourg (in French)
http://data.legilux.public.lu/file/eli-etat-adm-memorial-201...

have in fact precisely the degree: Bachelor of Financial Services - University College Dublin
http://www.thedirectorsoffice.com/our-services/our-team/alan...

So that is what I would use, Financial Services
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Natasa Ikodinovic
Serbia
Local time: 17:00
Grading comment
Many thanks, dear colleagues.
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Financial Services


Explanation:
There is a programme Bachelor of Financial Services at The Institute of Banking which is in fact
"a recognised college of University College Dublin (UCD) and
the standout banking industry educator, we offer qualifications of
the highest standard".
https://www.iob.ie/sites/default/files/BFS_1.pdf

and also, a certain A. R. whose degree in M. P. can be found in the registry of foreign degrees of Luxembourg (in French)
http://data.legilux.public.lu/file/eli-etat-adm-memorial-201...

have in fact precisely the degree: Bachelor of Financial Services - University College Dublin
http://www.thedirectorsoffice.com/our-services/our-team/alan...

So that is what I would use, Financial Services

Natasa Ikodinovic
Serbia
Local time: 17:00
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in Serbo-CroatSerbo-Croat
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Many thanks, dear colleagues.

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agree  irat56
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agree  Sandra Mouton: Sounds like the most credible option
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agree  Jennifer White
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agree  Veronika McLaren
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