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    What are your views on studying a degree at a college rather than a university?


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    That depends on which country you are in. In places like Canada and the UK, "college" refers to trade schools or community-colleges - places that offer only short (up to two year) programs. If you are in the U.S., people usually use the college to refer to all higher education. They will say they are in college at Harvard, which is clearly a university, for example. Thus, in the U.S., there is no difference. In Canada or the UK, it would generally be better to be in university. For any writing related works you can use this best essay writing service uk for better support.
 
 
 
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