Though it might seem like Prince William’s future is already set, that isn’t stopping the British royal from pursuing his education.
“Us Weekly” reports that the Duke of Cambridge has enrolled as a full-time student in Cambridge University’s agricultural management program.
The program starts early next month and finishes in March and will help “provide the Duke with an understanding of contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom.”
The news comes a few months after William stepped down from his position with the Royal Air Force after several years.
The prince previously attended St. Andrews University, where he met his future wife, Kate Middleton. He graduated with a master of arts degree in geography.
William will finish the program just in time for his planned “tour” of Australia and New Zealand with his wife and infant son, Prince George.
The couple plans to take the trip in April and will decide if George “will accompany them “in due course,” according to “TODAY.”