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    His brother is a student at(in, of) Yale?

    For studying at university, do you use only at?
    My grammar book says in at of are wrong, but I guess I've also heard of them before. Are all the three possible?

    ex) His brother is a student at(in, of) Yale University.

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    Re: His brother is a student at(in, of) Yale?

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