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Should i write

Bachelor of Engineering from [Place]

or

Bachelor of Engineering in [Place]

Seems both sound right to me, or might be i am not good in my English language usage.

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I suppose the place in brackets refers to an academic institution. The best option is to use your first example. The use of the preposition in would make me expect some information on specialisation in a particular branch of engineering.

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yeah my inner mind tells me 1st is right choice. Place refers to the institution of study.Thanks – Deeptechtons Feb 5 '12 at 9:03
    
@Deeptechtons, you may use "at" – Mustafa Feb 5 '12 at 9:21

He took a master's degree in economics at Yale.

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