All of them mean different things.
They all have an AE ring to them. In BE we'd be more likely to say:
What do you mean?They all have an AE ring to them. In BE we'd be more likely to say:
1. I went to XX University and read X. - probably some time ago. Your studies have finished.
2. I was accepted at XX University to read statistics. - probably some time ago, but your studies may be still in course.
3. I was accepted to the Statistics Department of XX University. - probably as a lecturer. This may have been some time ago. You may be still there, or you may have left.
I don't think we could say any of your sentences naturally in BE. I certainly couldn't.
I'd say something like I did my preclinical studies at St John's, Cambridge, and my clinical studies at University College Hospital, London, and qualified in 1967. like this person.What do you mean?
So supposed you are a doctor (medicine) and I asked you where you studied. What would your answer be?
I'm surprised none of the other posts have pointed out that one does not get 'accepted to' anywhere, but is 'accepted by' the department or whatever.
A point worth mentioning, I thought, was that student medics usually divide their studies into preclinical and clinical work, like that person, whose was the first description I came across on the web. After all the work is often done at different universities or hospitals.Hi there
You could also say "I studied medicine at XX University", which everyone should understand!