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Dear Teachers,

I am very confused with whether "for" or "to" should be used after "apply". Can I say:

I am going to apply for the UCLA MBA program.

Or "apply to" is a better option?

Also, are there any rules for "apply for" or "apply to". I know "apply for a job" and "apply to a school", and would like to learn more if possible.

Thanks a lot for your attention!

Stone.
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Hi,


I have a question. Is this sentence correct:

This applies especially to your VAT return


Cheers

J.

No, it has no punctuation.

Ok, is this correct:

Especially interested in the applies to. Or should this be applies for...

This applies especially to your VAT return.

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