academic degrees in Britain
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05 Jan 2005 08:55 PST
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In the colleges of Cambridge before world war II, what is the meaning of the degree BA Cantab?
Re: academic degrees in Britain
Answered By: thx1138-ga on 05 Jan 2005 09:07 PST
Hello addie09 and thank you for your question. " 'Cantab' is the abbreviation which, placed after such academic letters as B.A. or M.A. indicates that the degree in question was obtained in Cantabrigiensis - the Latin for Cambridge." http://www.cantabile.co.uk/members.asp Also see: "Cantab. abbreviation 1. Especially used in abbreviations of academic degrees: Cantabrigiensis (Latin), belonging to Cambridge. Thank you for your question, and if you need any clarification of my answer, do not hesitate to ask before rating my answer. Very best regards. THX1138 Search strategy included: "BA Cantab" abbreviations ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&as_qdr=all&q=+%22BA+Cantab%22+abbreviations
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