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    "accepted to" or "accepted for"

    Hi there.

    I'd like to know which preposition should be used in the following sentence: I was accepted to/into/for the summer program at the *** University.

    Thank you.

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    Re: "accepted to" or "accepted for"

    Quote Originally Posted by yunyun View Post
    Hi there.

    I'd like to know which preposition should be used in the following sentence: I was accepted to/into/for the summer program at the *** University.

    Thank you.
    I would use "into" or "for".

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    #3

    Re: "accepted to" or "accepted for"

    I could also use 'on (to)'.

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