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Do you know how you say "diploma date" or "diploma issued date" or "graduation date" in french?

Is just a short expression which I will include in a form.

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I would say Date d'obtention du diplôme, or just Date d'obtention if not ambiguous (if it is in a diploma section, for instance).

This is what I use to see in official forms.

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If the previous field is "Diplôme:" you can just use "Obtenu le:" which is clear in context. – Joubarc Oct 18 '11 at 14:29

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