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    uktous is offline Senior Member
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    Default vacancy at / in ABC Ltd.

    Hi,

    Question:
    Will you use “at or in”.

    Sentence:
    Please accept my CV in application for an graduate trainee vacancy in / at ABC Ltd.

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    Default Re: vacancy at / in ABC Ltd.

    At would be the correct form for a specific firm or noun. Examples: vacancy at ABC Ltd; vacancy in management at ABC Ltd.

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