• be at the university [((英))at university]
  • 大学に在学している
  • go to university
  • 大学に通う
  • start [((形式))enter] university
  • 大学生になる
  • A large number of Indian scholars are educated at different universities in Bengal.
  • Wikipedia: West Bengal
  • A section of students ran into the Dhaka Medical College while others rallied towards the university premises cordoned by the police.
  • Wikipedia: Bengali Language Movement
  • A television station, Havenscope, and a radio station, WLHU, both managed by students, operate on the university campus.
  • Wikipedia: Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
  • Achebe is the recipient of over 30 honorary degrees from universities in England, Scotland, Canada, South Africa, Nigeria and the United States, including Dartmouth College, Harvard, and Brown University.
  • Wikipedia: Chinua Achebe
  • After the recent restoration, the university has pledged to preserve them in perpetuity.
  • Wikipedia: IG Farben Building
  • After their university education, some Scottish graduates chose to remain abroad and teach at a foreign university or to serve the papacy; most returned to Scotland and offered their services to the king, a magnate, or an ecclesiastical institution.
  • Wikipedia: Walter de Coventre
  • As many as 150 weddings take place in the church each year as well as many memorial services for people affiliated with the university.
  • Wikipedia: Stanford Memorial Church
  • As of 2007, the Aggie Band is the only university or college band with its own weekly television show.
  • Wikipedia: Fightin' Texas Aggie Band
  • As part of these plans the university sought and was awarded the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams by the Department of Energy in 2008.
  • Wikipedia: History of Michigan State University
  • Based on statistics compiled by PayScale in 2011, Duke alumni rank seventh in mid-career median salary among all U.S. colleges and universities.
  • Wikipedia: Duke University
  • Cleveland State University (CSU), based in Downtown Cleveland, is the city's public four-year university.
  • Wikipedia: Cleveland
  • Colonies are probationary chapters at universities that have not historically had a chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi or whose chapter has gone inactive.
  • Wikipedia: Kappa Kappa Psi
  • Cranmer immediately invited the men to come to England and promised that they would be placed in English universities.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Cranmer
  • Entertainers Mary Carey, a pornographic actress and former candidate for Governor of California, and prop comedian Carrot Top also attended the university.
  • Wikipedia: Florida Atlantic University
  • Fulfilling a campaign promise, he helped transform Northern Kentucky Community College into Northern Kentucky State College (which later became Northern Kentucky University), a four-year institution and member of the state university system.
  • Wikipedia: Louie B. Nunn
  • He received 10 honorary D.Sc. degrees from universities including Cambridge, Harvard and Oxford, an honorary M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College (now part of Drexel University), an honorary Doctor of Medical Science from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Doctor of Laws from the University of Melbourne.
  • Wikipedia: Frank Macfarlane Burnet
  • He returned to the university in 1892 and completed his Bachelor of Arts degree.
  • Wikipedia: James Whiteside McCay
  • Her frugal lifestyle at first was due to being denied pay for her work; however, even after the university began paying her a small salary in 1923, she continued to live a simple and modest life.
  • Wikipedia: Emmy Noether
  • His administration began the practice of meritocracy, which Mahathir had tentatively proposed, and university admissions quotas were eliminated.
  • Wikipedia: Ketuanan Melayu
  • Hyder also retakes his exams and passes, but his family can no longer afford to pay for the university fees.
  • Wikipedia: The Boys from Baghdad High
  • If Bonfire is resumed by the university in its former state, it will have to be designed and overseen by a professional engineer.
  • Wikipedia: Aggie Bonfire
  • In 10 of the past 14 years concluding in 2009, U-M has finished in the top five of the NACDA Director's Cup, a ranking compiled by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics to tabulate the success of universities in competitive sports.
  • Wikipedia: University of Michigan
  • In addition, 12 of the state's smaller colleges or universities participate in the NAIA, mostly within the Sooner Athletic Conference.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma
  • In his defence, Playford pointed that he had never rejected a funding request since the state took responsibility for universities in 1951, and that his proportional expenditure on tertiary education matched that of other states.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Playford IV