The 19-year-old Princess is reported to be interested in studying in the States after her mum visited a private, £31,000-a-year liberal arts facility there last month
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Eugenie eyes Massachusetts college for post-gap year study
12 MAY 2009
Having secured two A's and a B at A level last year – the highest grades achieved by any member of the royal family - Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew's daughter Eugenie could have her pick of university.
The 19-year-old, who is currently touring the world on her gap year, reportedly wants to continue her education in the States. And in the frame is Massachusetts' Williams College – a £31,000 a year liberal arts establishment.
The Daily Express reports Eugenie's mum visited the private residential college three weeks ago to take a look around and discuss sending her younger daughter there. A spokesman for the college declined to confirm the April 22 meeting.
Eugenie, who took A levels in Art, English Literature and History of Art at Wiltshire's prestigious Marlborough College last year, had previously suggested she would like to study at either Bristol or Newcastle.