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16:05 Nov 14, 2000
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.
Explanation: cand. is the abb. for Candidatus, it means that the person is registered for his doctorate.
rer. pol. (rerum politicarum) is the title for "Politikwissenschaften" in english "Doctor of Political Science"
stud. is the abb. for Studiosus, it means that the person ist studying the department.