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    #1

    study or study for a program

    I was wondering if I should write study / study for + a higher diploma in ... OR a degree in .... OR a bachelor in ...

    I think study for sounds better?

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: study or study for a program

    I do too, but I would say take/do a degree....

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