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Most Famous Celebrity Students

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Most Famous Celebrity Students

When you’re questioning your decision to be at uni, just remember these celebrities are mega rich and already have a career, yet they’ve still chosen to go to uni. Surely it must be worth it?

 

Isaac Hempstead-Wright

English actor, made famous for his role as Bran Stark on the HBO series Game of Thrones. Fans went mad when a picture surfaced of the actor having a pint at student hangout, ‘Joe’s Bar’.  Just when we thought the three-eyed-raven already knew everything…

Where: University of Birmingham

Studying: Maths

Years: 2017-2020

 

Brooklyn Beckham

Son of ex-professional footballer, David Beckham and singer/fashion designer Victoria Beckham. The aspiring photographer has already had notable experience in the industry, he was hired by Burberry to photograph their 2016 campaign, ‘#THISISBRIT’ and in 2017, he released his own photography book, ‘What I See’.

Where: Parsons School of Design

Studying: Photography

Years: 2017-2021

 

Lourdes Leon

Daughter of singer Madonna. Lourdes is following in her mother’s footsteps by attending the University of Michigan. This is also the university Madonna attended, studying at the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance before dropping out and moving to New York City to pursue her music career.

Where: University of Michigan

Studying: Music, Theatre, and Dance

Years: 2014-2018

 

Ariel Winter

American actress, best known for her role as Alex Dunphy in the sitcom Modern Family. Winter had originally intended to start university in 2016, but due to scheduling conflicts, she was forced to defer a year. “Unfortunately this year, due to production schedule, I have to start next year,” she told E! “So I will be starting as a [UCLA] Bruin next year.”

Where: University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Studying: Political Science and Law

Years: 2017-2021

 

Amandla Stenberg

American actress, known for her roles as Rue in The Hunger Games and Madeline Whittier in Everything, Everything.

Where: New York University

Studying: Film

Years: 2016-2020

 

Malala Yousafzai

Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize recipient. Known as a human rights advocate, especially for the education of women and children in her local district, Swat Valley, where the Taliban had banned girls from attending school.

Where: University of Oxford

Studying: Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)

Years: 2017-2020

 

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