Considering these two posibilities:
Hospitality School of London / School of Hospitality of London
Could you explain the difference?
I think that the first one is the correct option, but I have also found expressions as "school of xxx of xxx" all over the Internet.
Obviously, one of them is correct. In such a case, why so many native people use them in the same way and meaning?
José Manuel Rosón Bravo
Here's an interesting BE/AmE difference. I prefer neither. I'd say "The London School of Hospitality".Originally Posted by MikeNewYork18212