0

I have applied for admission to post-graduation course at a few universities.

I have applied at a few universities for admission in post-graduation course.

2

In terms of word order, they are both correct and there isn't a particular reason you should use one and not the other. You should consider amending the bits in bold below and also add punctuation:

I have applied for admission to a post-graduate course, at a few universities.

I have applied, at a few universities, for admission to a post-graduate course.

  • Thanks very much. Appreciate it – Shivam Jun 10 at 9:21
  • Is it correct to say "I have applied for admission to the English post-graduate course at a few universities." Or "I have applied for admission to MA English at a few universities." – Shivam Jun 10 at 11:15
  • Both work :) Please note the comer placement in my examples. They are not strictly necessary, however, they do make the sentence easier to read. – Bee Jun 10 at 11:19
  • Thanks very much. I should have used that above. My bad. Thanks. – Shivam Jun 10 at 11:22
  • No problem! If my answer is sufficient, please can you accept it so that others know you're not still looking for further clarification? – Bee Jun 10 at 11:23

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.