In college, I was more interested in chemistry and maths - that's why I decided to go to study in pharmacy.

Is this sentence correct? Or should I use "with" before "pharmacy"?

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    Don't use a preposition there; 'was studying in chemistry' is probably archaic. Commented Jun 24, 2017 at 21:53

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Don't use 'with' or 'in'. The right way to say it is

I decided to study pharmacy

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