Prince William to Study Agriculture at University of Cambridge
The Duke of Cambridge will take a 10-week course in agricultural management.
Prince William is hitting the books.
The Duke of Cambridge will enroll at the University of Cambridge to take a 10-week course in agricultural management, reports Kensington Palace.
The program, consisting of seminars, lectures and meetings, will start in early January and end in mid-March. The course is described as being designed "to help with an understanding of contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom."
Prince William, who graduated with a geography degree from St. Andrews University, served more than seven-and-a-half years of full-time military service before leaving the Royal Armed Forces in September.
In July, the prince and his wife, Kate Middleton, welcomed their first child, Prince George.
Prince William follows a few celebrities who also returned to school this year, including Desperate Housewives alum Eva Longoria, who earned her master's degree from California State University of Northridge in May, and Lone Survivor actor Mark Wahlberg, who received his high school diploma this summer.