in / at university


I have learned these expressions, in middle school, in high school, and at university.


In my sense, university is a bigger one so I think I also can say in university for the same meaning.


What do you native English speakers think? Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

edited Jan 22 '13 at 01:42 Hans Contributor

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''I am at university.''
This is the correct sentence, because we use the preposition 'at' for ''School/College/University/Office for the smallest cities''

Examples are;A-She is at school.B-He is at college.C-They are at university.D-She's at the office.OrShe's at office.E. She lives at charsadda in pakistan.Thanks!

link comment answered Sep 04 at 08:52 Maqsood Ahmed New member

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