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Old September 16, 2014, 04:48 PM
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Question When making Spanish-English translations, should I write Universidad or University?

Good day,

I´m translating from Spanish to English a book on biographies of famous scientist. All of them have studied at different universities around the world. If one of the scientist studied at "Universidad de Caracas", should I write "he studied at University of Caracas" or "he studied at Universidad de Caracas" ? I appreciate your help.
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