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    Which one is more idiomatic

    Hello,

    Which one is more idiomatic?

    A- "He applied a visa to attend the University of Muncih, to study for a/the master’s degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Automatic control starting from September 2015"

    B- "He applied for a visa to attend the University of Munich, for a/the Masters degree program in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Automatic control starting from September 2015"

    C-"He applied for a visa to study in the Masters degree program in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Automatic control at the University of Munich, starting from September 2015"

    Thanks.

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    Re: Which one is more idiomatic

    B and C are both possible.

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