The Most Educated Royals in the Modern UK History

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After getting some desirable academic qualifications, people become members of the royal family. Such members recognize and participate in events such as major celebrations and opening new buildings.

Royals in the UK have attended popular institutions such as the Eton College, Cambridge University, and the like. Some attend royal military colleges instead of a University or even qualify to move to the next level before their peers. This post highlights some of the most educated royals in modern UK history.

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Prince Charles

Prince Charles attended Hill House School at the age of eight before joining Cheam School a few months later. He remained in Cheam for five years and then joined Gordonstoun to pursue GCE O-levels. In 1967, Prince Charles attended Cambridge in the UK to study history, anthropology, and archaeology, after which he graduated with a 2:2 degree. He is described as knowledgeable, intelligent, and committed.

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Charles was able to access good education, which should be available to everyone, not just the members of the royal family. Students today have access to quality education, but some lack an understanding of modern tools that include education apps and ASA citation generator by EduBirdie. This citation tool enables students to efficiently and quickly cite their design work while in the university. ASA uses the author-date format similar to that of the Chicago manual style. Students are required to possess good writing skills to draft content and cite sources appropriately.

Princess Eugenie

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Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew, began schooling at the Winkfield Montessori between 1992 and 1993. She joined Upton House School until 1995 and attended Coworth Park School between 1995 and 2001 and later St Georges School.

Princess Eugenie joined Marlborough College to pursue English Literature, art, and history of art. She scored a B in history of art and two A’s in English literature and art. She cleared her studies in 2008 and took a break before continuing with her studies in 2009. Eugenie joined Newcastle University in 2009and completed her studies in 2012.

Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton exclusively attended private schools in her early years. She attended elementary school up to the age of 13 years at St. Andrew School in Berkshire.

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She later joined Marlborough College in Wilshire for the high school studies. Middleton did very well in her final graduate’s exams with a B and 2 As at A level. After taking a year break, Middleton visited Italy and Chile and joined the University of St. Andrews for a degree in psychology, where she met Prince William. She completed her master’s degree at St. Andrews.

Prince George

Prince George is a British royal family member. He is the eldest son of the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge. He attended the famous Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk in 2016.

He joined St. Thomas primary school in September 2017. Prince George continues to be of the Windsor house and his grandchildren will use Mountbatten-Windsor as their surname. While in school, George did lessons in Computing, French, Art, Drama, Science, Ballet, Music, Maths, Geography, History, PE, and English.

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He gained independence while learning fine motor skills, basic socialization skills, and verbal development and was far much ahead of his peers. A playful style of education enables young learners to comprehend complex topics and develop the desire to collaborate with others to solve complex problems. There is a strong relationship between play and learning ability and this allows children to handle tasks without additional motivation.

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Prince William

As a child, Prince William attended Ludgrove School and Jane Mynors’ nursery school in London. He later joined Eton College and became the first royal family member to go there. William attained his A-levels in geography, history or art, and biology alongside 12 GCSEs.

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The Royal also enrolled in a degree program at Scotland’s University of St. Andrews and graduated in 2005. William has over thirty military and military organizations patronage, including Centrepoint, Tusk Trust, and London’s Air Ambulance Charity. His charity work revolves around emergency workers, conservation, and mental health. He recognizes education as a tool for driving change in society.

Conclusion

The educated royals in modern UK history have had an opportunity to attend some of the best schools and universities. They have attained qualifications that their peers in their fields have not managed to attain. They are also influential in terms of overseeing projects and charitable activities. As such, most have not attained education for self-gain but to support others in the community and serve mankind.

Author Bio:

Julius Sim is the Head of Support Team at Edubirdie, where he looks after every trouble area to ensure seamless delivery of academic assignments to students from schools and colleges. His efforts have ensured great success for the writing agency. In his free time, Julius likes to play with his dogs, cook vegan food and watch live sports.

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