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"Ogawa Sanshiro has just moved from Kumamoto to Tokyo in order to enroll at Tokyo Imperial University."

Can I use "enroll in" instead of "enroll at"?
Is there any difference in usage between them?
A: “enroll at” is generally what people say when talking about a university but “enrolled in” could also work. “enroll in” can be used for things like a program, class, or college, etc.

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