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    I have a question as to wheter i should use 'in' or "at" when i whant to say that I want to enroll at a school, for example: I want to enroll at Yale University. Or do I say: I want to enroll in Yale University. I think I can say: I want to enroll in the philosophy program at Yale University. Or maybe I can say: I am enrolling in Yale University's philosophy program. When using 'in" does it have to be more specific, like program, course? Please help, the more I think about it the more confuse i get. Thanks

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    You have to say: I want to enroll at Yale University in philosophy program/course .

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