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Which is more appropriate to use?

I graduated at Harvard university

Or

I've graduated at Harvard university

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    Actually, I'd use "...from Harvard University". – Kristina Lopez May 13 '15 at 19:55
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"I graduated at Harvard university" emphasizes where you graduated, or is neutral. If using the perfect tense, I would (optionally) put in a comma: "I've graduated, at Harvard university". This would imply first and foremost that you're telling us you HAVE graduated, and adding that the university was Harvard.

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