[student's name] admisit ad summos honores petendos.
English translation: [the University] has admitted [student's name] to the highest honours he seeks/sought to attain
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07:34 Dec 6, 2010
Latin to English translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Latin term or phrase:[student's name] admisit ad summos honores petendos.
This is from the Universitas Libera Reformata in Amsterdam. The student's name. date & place of birth are given, he is identified as "psychologiae candidatum" (presumably B. Pysch.), then the sentence ends as above: admisit ad .....
The following expression exists In Classical latin: admittere aliquem ad honores (Caesar, Suetonius), to admit someone to honours, so I would freely translate "admitted [student's name] to the highest honours"