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English Translation for MS Diploma

DIPLOMA OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
OF
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

TO ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE WRITINGS, GREETING:

Forasmuch as academic degrees were instituted to the intent that persons endowed with learning and wisdom should be distinguished from others by honors, to the end that this might be profitable to them, and also that the industry of others might be simulated and the exercise of virtue and the liberal arts be increased among mankind:

And as the fullest right conferred publicly by diploma in our College have this end in view:

Therefore, be it known, that we, the President and Professors of Jefferson College of Health Professions of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have created and constituted a Master of Science, ______________________________, an honorable person, endeared to us by correct morals and all those virtues which adorn every good person: who also, by his/her excellent knowledge of basic medical science, acquired by him/her in our college, and manifested more fully in an examination publicly held by us, has shown himself/herself worthy of the fullest academic honors.

To the one thus referred to,_______________________________, we have by virtue of this diploma,
most freely and fully granted and confirmed all the rights, honors, privileges belonging to the degree of
Master of Science, among ourselves and all nations.

In evidence of which we let this diploma, signed in our handwriting,
and having appended the seal of the University, be a testimonial.

UNIVERSITY SEAL

(Signatures of President and Dean)

Given in the City of Philadelphia,
on the_________ day of_________,
in the year of human salvation_________,
and in the______ year of the sovereign power
of the United States of America.

English Translation for MS Diploma (JGSBS)

DIPLOMA OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
OF
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

Forasmuch as academic degrees were instituted to the intent that persons endowed with learning and wisdom should be distinguished from others by honors, to the end that this might be profitable to them, and also that the industry of others might be simulated and the exercise of virtue and the liberal arts be increased among mankind:

And as the fullest right conferred publicly by diploma in our College have this end in view:

Therefore, be it known, that we, the President and Professors of Jefferson College of Graduate Studies of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have created and constituted a Master of Science, ______________________________, an honorable person, endeared to us by correct morals and all those virtues which adorn every good person: who also, by his/her excellent knowledge of basic medical science, acquired by him/her in our college, and manifested more fully in an examination publicly held by us, has shown himself/herself worthy of the fullest academic honors.

To the one thus referred to,_______________________________, we have by virtue of this diploma,
most freely and fully granted and confirmed all the rights, honors, privileges belonging to the degree of
Master of Science, among ourselves and all nations.

In evidence of which we let this diploma, signed in our handwriting,
and having appended the seal of the University, be a testimonial.

UNIVERSITY SEAL

(Signatures of President and Dean)

Given in the City of Philadelphia,
on the_________ day of_________,
in the year of human salvation_________,
and in the______ year of the sovereign power
of the United States of America.

English Translation for MD Diploma

DIPLOMA OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE
OF
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

TO ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE WRITINGS, GREETING:

Forasmuch as academic degrees were instituted to the intent that persons endowed with learning and wisdom should be distinguished from others by honors, to the end that this might be profitable to them, and also that the industry of others might be simulated and the exercise of virtue and the liberal arts be increased among mankind:

And as the fullest right conferred publicly by diploma in our College have this end in view:

Therefore, be it known, that we, the President and Professors of the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have created and constituted a Doctor of Medicine, ______________________________, an honorable person, endeared to us by correct morals and all those virtues which adorn every good person: who also, by his/her excellent knowledge of basic medical science, acquired by him/her in our college, and manifested more fully in an examination publicly held by us, has shown himself/herself worthy of the fullest academic honors.

To the one thus referred to,_______________________________, we have by virtue of this diploma,
most freely and fully granted and confirmed all the rights, honors, privileges belonging to the degree of
Doctor of Medicine, among ourselves and all nations.

In evidence of which we let this diploma, signed in our handwriting,
and having appended the seal of the University, be a testimonial.

UNIVERSITY SEAL

(Signatures of President and Dean)

Given in the City of Philadelphia,
on the_________ day of_________,
in the year of human salvation_________,
and in the______ year of the sovereign power
of the United States of America.

English Translation for PhD Diploma

DIPLOMA OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
OF
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

TO ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE WRITINGS, GREETING:

Forasmuch as academic degrees were instituted to the intent that persons endowed with learning and wisdom should be distinguished from others by honors, to the end that this might be profitable to them, and also that the industry of others might be simulated and the exercise of virtue and the liberal arts be increased among mankind:

And as the fullest right conferred publicly by diploma in our College have this end in view:

Therefore, be it known, that we, the President and Professors of Jefferson College of Graduate Studies of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have created and constituted a Doctor of Philosophy, ______________________________, an honorable person, endeared to us by correct morals and all those virtues which adorn every good person: who also, by his/her excellent knowledge of basic medical science, acquired by him/her in our College, and manifested more fully in an examination publicly held by us, has shown himself/herself worthy of the fullest academic honors.

To the one thus referred to,_______________________________, we have by virtue of this diploma,
most freely and fully granted and confirmed all the rights, honors, privileges belonging to the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy, among ourselves, and all nations.

In evidence of which we let this diploma, signed in our handwriting,
and having appended the seal of the University, be a testimonial.

UNIVERSITY SEAL

(Signatures of President and Dean)

Given in the City of Philadelphia,
on the_________ day of_________,
in the year of human salvation_________,
and in the______ year of the sovereign power
of the United States of America.

English Translation for Doctorate of Physical Therapy

DIPLOMA OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
OF
THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

TO ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE WRITINGS, GREETING:

Forasmuch as academic degrees were instituted to the intent that persons endowed with learning and wisdom should be distinguished from others by honors, to the end that this might be profitable to them, and also that the industry of others might be simulated and the exercise of virtue and the liberal arts be increased among mankind:

And as the fullest right conferred publicly by diploma in our College have this end in view:

Therefore, be it known, that we, the President and Professors of Jefferson College of Health Professions of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have created and constituted a Doctor of Physical Therapy, ______________________________, an honorable person, endeared to us by correct morals and all those virtues which adorn every good person: who also, by his/her excellent knowledge of basic medical science, acquired by him/her in our college, and manifested more fully in an examination publicly held by us, has shown himself/herself worthy of the fullest academic honors.

To the one thus referred to,_______________________________, we have by virtue of this diploma, most freely and fully granted and confirmed all the rights, honors, privileges belonging to the degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy, among ourselves and all nations.

In evidence of which we let this diploma, signed in our handwriting, and having appended the seal of the University, be a testimonial.

UNIVERSITY SEAL

(Signatures of President and Dean)

Given in the City of Philadelphia,
on the_________ day of_________,
in the year of human salvation_________,
and in the______ year of the sovereign power
of the United States of America.