posthac iure “doctorandum” appellatum iri.

English translation: hereafter he will be rightly termed a doctoral candidate

17:39 Sep 18, 2019
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Social Sciences - Religion / University \
Latin term or phrase: posthac iure “doctorandum” appellatum iri.
I have a diploma from the University of Utrecht) –

“Facultas Theolgiae confirmat Johannes… examen studium theologiae consummans subiise, et posthac iure “doctorandum” appellatum iri. Disciplinae quae examine continebantur in appendice probata enumeratur.

My try: The College of Theology confirms Johannes… has completed successfully the examinations on his studies of Theology, and therefore he is entitled to the doctorate. The courses contained in the examination are presented in the appendix.

Is he "entitled to the doctorate" or is he granted the degree of "Doctor"?
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Jose Caceres
Peru
Local time: 05:07
English translation:hereafter he will be rightly termed a doctoral candidate
Explanation:
Doctorandus consistently means "admitted to doctoral candidacy; a graduate student earning her/his doctorate". See:

http://neolatinlexicon.org/search/latin?search=doctorandus
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Stephen C. Farrand
United States
Local time: 06:07
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hereafter he will be rightly termed a doctoral candidate


Explanation:
Doctorandus consistently means "admitted to doctoral candidacy; a graduate student earning her/his doctorate". See:

http://neolatinlexicon.org/search/latin?search=doctorandus

Stephen C. Farrand
United States
Local time: 06:07
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thank you very much - very helpful

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agree  Veronika McLaren
19 mins

agree  Sandra Mouton: Yes, definitely not "(already) entitled to the Doctorate"
14 hrs
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