Meaning of ad eundem in English:

ad eundem

Pronunciation /ˌad ɪˈʌndəm/


  • To the same degree, rank, or status at another university or institution; by virtue of having previously attained that degree or status at a different university.


Early 18th century; earliest use found in Spectator. From post-classical Latin ad eundem, short for ad eundem gradum to the same degree from classical Latin ad + eundem, accusative of īdem + gradum, accusative of gradus.