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comment “How to succeed at”
@TrevorD - The overwhelmingly typical American usage of the word "university" is as a part a proper noun. "I am going to Harvard University" or "I went to the University of Georgia". University is much less often used as a generic term for post-secondary education in general. In AmE you would rarely hear the phrase, "Where did you go to university?" Whereas the alternative, "Where did you go to college?" or "Where did you go to school?" is much more likely.
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