Princess Elizabeth, 19, will study at Lincoln College, an Oxford University college, from October. This is what the royal palace announced. It was in line with the expectation that she would move abroad.
Elizabeth passed the entrance exams for the three-year “History and Politics” course. The UK is not an unfamiliar region for her. In 2020, she received her IB from UWC Atlantic College in Wales.
The palace stated that Princess Elizabeth would return to Belgium regularly. “She will remain involved in Belgian public life during activities alone with Her Majesty or her family.”
Elisabeth has completed most of her career teaching in Dutch at Sint Jan Berchmann College. She went to kindergarten and primary school there, and she remained there until the fifth grade.
As her sixteenth birthday approaches, she has moved to Wales to complete her last two years of secondary education at Atlantic College, a private school. Last academic year, I did a short one-year military training at the Royal Military Academy in Brussels.
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