sFor Princess Leonor, Monday begins a new phase of the school journey with the first day at UWC Atlantic College.
The daughter of the Kings of Spain chose Wales as her new home while attending high school, and since the heir to the throne was reportedly leaving Spain to study at an international school, curiosity about UWC Atlantic College has grown.
It is known that the school operates as a boarding school, so the Princess of Asturias will have to live with the other students in one of the different houses owned by the institution for this purpose, and each year it receives 350 students from 90 countries, notes arrogance. The course – equivalent to secondary education – lasts for two academic years.
Thus, Leonor will follow a different path than her father, King Philip VI, but identical to that of Princess Elizabeth of Belgium, now 19, who was also a student at UWC Atlantic. This year, Princess Alexia of the Netherlands will also be a student at the institution.
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