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I got a bachelor of engineering in Mechanical engineering.
I got a bachelor in engineering in Mechanical engineering.
I got a bachelor of engineering of Mechanical engineering.
I got a bachelor in engineering of Mechanical engineering.

Above 4 sentences seems the same to me. Are there any differences?

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Academic institutions normally prescribe the form for an academic award. The usual form is:

I got a bachelor of engineering in Mechanical engineering.

However, it is also customary to capitalize the significant words in an academic award:

I got a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering.

Also, "got" is very informal. There are preferred ways of expressing the idea:

I have received a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering.
I have been awarded a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering.

One might use these forms in informal speech:

I got a bachelor in engineering in Mechanical engineering.
I got a bachelor of engineering of Mechanical engineering.
I got a bachelor in engineering of Mechanical engineering

but probably not in writing, unless one is trying to demonstrate informal speech.

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