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Asked • 03/14/19

Did I "get" (or "take") my degree "from" (or "in") the University of Somewhere?

I would like to know what is the preferred way to indicate that I took a degree in some subject while also naming the place where I obtained the degree from: - I got my master's degree *from* the University of Somewhere; - I got my master's degree *in* the University of Somewhere; - I took my master's degree *in* the University of Somewhere.I would say that "in" is more suitable to mention the particular subject (a degree in maths, for instance) than to indicate the place, but I still have doubts.By the way, is it a "master's degree" or a "Master's degree"?

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Morgan L. answered • 03/14/19

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