If you choose College? What is the advantage and dis advantage? And why? Or University? What is the success rate either one of these ?
Where I am, Canada, University and College is switched around, University is the more theoretical one where you earn a degree, Masters and PHD and College is the practical one where you earn diplomas. I personally chose University though I do believe I chose the wrong program for myself so I am switching out to a different program. In all honesty, I think College would benefit me more as the job I want to do in the future does not really require a degree and requires more hands on experience instead as it is something in the fine arts. However, I'm getting a degree in University instead as a back up. If I am not able to get a job where I want to, it's rather competitive, or lack the talent to, I will always have a back up at least. I can pursue the arts afterwards.
Overall University theoretical, most classes you take will be learning theory, analyzing, history, etc. Fewer classes will allow you to do hands- on stuff, and none depending on the program you get into. College on the other hand is the other way around, you will get lots of practical and hands on, so if you were to go to college for art, you'd have lots of art courses where you'd learn photoshop, paint, sketch etc and some art theory and history courses.
I believe the success rates of either one really depends on the degree/diploma you get and the job you want to have in the future.
In my country, college either refers to high school or a hall of residence for university students. I got my bachelors degree from a university, and liked it so much I stayed on for masters, and I will hopefully be starting my PhD very soon. The big advantage of a university for me was research. Not only were my lecturers involved in world class research, and therefore experts in their fields, it also gave me an opportunity to go into research myself.