Berlin School of English vs. Dresden School For British English

Hi everyone, is there are difference between ‘school for’ and ‘school of’? For example, there the Hamburg School of English or the Berlin School of English and there used to the Leipzig School of English and then there is the Dresden School for British English

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The traditional preposition is of if what follows is the central object of learning, such as economics/English/etc., and for if what follows is the people who are supposed to attend, such as a school for girls/enterpreneurs/etc. However, the preposition for is now sometimes used to indicate the object of learning too, apparently without difference in meaning. So I recommend of.