Victory through education

Liz84

New Member
Okay so someone wants to use this slogan for a school for people in the military.

The one they gave me was 'Victoriam in educatioine' but I worry it was machine translated. And possibly misspelled.

Are there some better alternatives?


Thanks muchly!
 

R. Seltza

Well-Known Member
Victory Through Education = Victoria Per Educationem.

Educatio
means "education" in a general sense, though there are some more options you could use.
 

R. Seltza

Well-Known Member
Instead of educatio, there's also:

Eruditio - instruction, erudition
Disciplina - instruction, teaching (in general)
Doctrina - teaching, instruction

I also forgot to mention earlier that the original translation you had definitely looks like it came from Google Translate or something; it supposedly translates to "victory in education" & has other issues.
 

Liz84

New Member
Eruditio sounds nice! I worry 'doctrina' would give too much of a feeling of 'indoctrination' so they might not like that, lol
 

R. Seltza

Well-Known Member
If you go with eruditio, the phrase would be victoria per eruditionem.
 
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