cum laude approbatur

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From Latin, "someone or something is approved with praise".

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cum laude approbatur

  1. An academic grade used in Finnish abitur and university theses, the most common grade.
  2. The university syllabus in Finland, longer than approbatur but shorter than laudatur.

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