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Sophie wessex went to Kent collage, pembroke, uk as a day student. Peter Phillips also went to gordonstoun.
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Old 07-24-2005, 05:43 PM
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Sarah, Duchess of York went to Hurst Lodge school, Ascot, Uk.
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what about the rest of the duch royals
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The schools of all the Swedish royal children belongs to the category friskolor/semi-private.
its a very old post :)

but are you sure about that? Lundsberg and Enskilda Gymnasiet yes, but I think Smedslättskolan and Ålstenskolan are completely normal schools. They are located in "good" areas but other than that I dont think theres anything special with them.
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Here you are Josephine, from www.koninklijkhuis.nl:

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Queen Beatrix:

In Canada, Princess Beatrix attended nursery and primary school. On her return to the Netherlands, she continued her primary education at The Workshop (De Werkplaats), Kees Boeke’s progressive school in Bilthoven. In April 1950, Princess Beatrix entered the Incrementum, part of the Baarns Lyceum, where she passed her school-leaving examinations in arts subjects and classics in 1956.
In the same year, the Princess enrolled as a student at Leiden University. She was also an active member of the Leiden Women Students’ Association. In her first years at university, she attended lectures in sociology, jurisprudence, economics, parliamentary history and constitutional law. Later she also attended lectures on the cultures of Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles, the Charter of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, international affairs, international law, history and European law.

While at university, the Princess visited various European and international organisations in Geneva, Strasbourg, Paris and Brussels. In the summer of 1959, she passed her preliminary examination in law, and obtained her degree in July 1961.


The late Prince Claus:

Prince Claus originally wanted to study mechanical engineering, but as the German universities were overcrowded and priority was being given to older candidates, he was unable to enrol in 1947. He therefore began the year's work experience placement which was prescribed as part of the university course, taking a job at an engineering works at Winsen/Luhe, near Hamburg. At the end of 1948, however, he decided to enrol in the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the University of Hamburg. He sat his first law examination (Referendar) in 1952 and his second (Assessor) in September 1956, after having gained the necessary practical experience in a number of law courts and in a firm of lawyers in Hamburg. During this period he went on a four-month study trip to the United States.


The Prince of Orange:

Prince Willem-Alexander received his primary education at the Nieuwe Baarnse School in Baarn and started his secondary education at the Baarns Lyceum. He continued his secondary education at the Eerste Vrijzinnig Christelijk Lyceum in The Hague, and completed it at Atlantic College in Llantwit Major, Wales, where he gained an International Baccalaureate in 1985.

After completing his military service, the Prince enrolled as a history student in the Arts Faculty of Leiden University in 1987. This gave the Prince a wide-ranging knowledge of a broad spectrum of subjects, including general and Dutch history, economic history, political science and constitutional law, EC law, international law, human rights and economics. The Prince concluded his studies with a dissertation on the Dutch response to France’s decision under President de Gaulle to leave NATO’s integrated command structure. He was awarded a degree in history in 1993.


Princess Maxima:

Princess Máxima passed her baccalaureate examinations at Northlands School in 1988. She graduated in economics from the Universidad Católica Argentina in 1995. From 1989 to 1990, while still at university, she worked for Mercado Abierto SA, where she did research into software for financial markets. From 1992 to 1995, she worked in the Sales Department of Boston Securities SA in Buenos Aires. She also taught English to children and adults, and mathematics to secondary school pupils and first-year students.


Prince Friso:

Prince Friso received his primary education at the Nieuwe Baarnse School in Baarn and started his secondary education at the Baarns Lyceum. In 1981, the royal family moved to The Hague. The Prince continued his secondary education at the Eerste Vrijzinnig Christelijk Lyceum in The Hague and gained his VWO (pre-university education) certificate in 1986.

From 1986 to 1988, the Prince studied mechanical engineering at the College of Engineering of the University of California at Berkeley, USA. He studied aerospace engineering at Delft University of Technology from 1988 to 1994. In 1994, he received work experience training with the aircraft manufacturer McDonnell Douglas in California. In that same year, the Prince graduated in aerospace engineering management. His dissertation was on lead time reduction in the delivery of aircraft.

From 1990 to 1995, the Prince also studied economics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, graduating on 25 September 1995, with a dissertation entitled “The applicability and application of concurrent engineering in commercial aircraft development”.

From 24 October 1995 to 31 December 1996, Prince Friso was employed as a fellow by McKinsey & Company. In 1997, he resumed his studies, at the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD) at Fontainebleau in France.


Princess Mabel:

In 1986, Princess Mabel gained her VWO (pre-university education) certificate at the Gemeentelijk Gymnasium in Hilversum. She studied economics and political science at the University of Amsterdam and graduated cum laude in 1993. While still at university, she gained work experience at the United Nations Secretariat in New York, Shell in Malaysia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague and ABN AMRO Bank in Barcelona.



Prince Constantijn:

Constantijn received his primary education at the Nieuwe Baarnse School in Baarn. After the family moved to The Hague, the prince attended the Eerste Vrijzinnig Christelijk Lyceum, where he gained his VWO (pre‑university education) certificate in 1987. During the 1987/1988 academic year, Prince Constantijn attended language courses in France and Italy.

In September 1988, he enrolled in the law faculty of Leiden University, eventually specialising in civil law. He obtained his degree on 31 January 1995, with a dissertation on the accelerated immigration procedure in aliens legislation. In 2000, after working for a number of years, the Prince studied business economics at the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD) in Fontainebleau, France.


Princess Laurentien:

Princess Laurentien started primary school in Groningen. Her family then moved to The Hague, where she completed her primary education. She spent four years at the Christelijk Gymnasium Sorghvliet, and then transferred to the Eerste Vrijzinnige Christelijk Lyceum, both in The Hague. After a few months there, she moved with her family to Japan, where her father had been appointed representative of the European Union. In 1984, she passed the Baccalauréat A examinations at the Lycée français in Tokyo.

Princess Laurentien studied history at Groningen University, completing her foundation year in 1986. In 1989, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science at Queen Mary College, London. In July 1991, she obtained her Master of Journalism degree at the University of California at Berkeley with a dissertation on street prostitution in San Francisco. During her studies, she had several work experience placements in journalism: with the Haagsche Courant in 1986, CNN in Washington D.C. in 1988/1989 and CAL radio in Berkeley in 1990.
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(part 2)


Princess Margriet:

Princess Margriet received her primary education at The Workshop (De Werkplaats), Kees Boeke’s progressive school in Bilthoven, and at the Nieuwe Baarnse School in Baarn. She completed her secondary education at the Baarns Lyceum, passing her school leaving examinations in 1961. On leaving secondary school, Princess Margriet spent a year studying French literature, history and art history at the University of Montpellier. On her return to the Netherlands she enrolled at Leiden University, where she studied elementary jurisprudence, constitutional law, Roman law and some social science subjects.


Mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven:

Mr Van Vollenhoven attended primary school in Rotterdam and went on to the Montessori Lyceum, passing his secondary school leaving examinations in 1959. He then enrolled at Leiden University, where he studied Dutch law. His special subjects included the statutory organisation of industry and the organisation of the Dutch police. He graduated in 1965.


Prince Maurits:

Prince Maurits received both his primary and secondary education in Apeldoorn. He gained his VWO (pre‑university education) certificate at the Veluws College in 1987. From August 1987 to January 1989, the Prince performed his military service in the Royal Netherlands Navy, receiving refresher training in late 1992. He holds the rank of lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve.

In 1989, Prince Maurits enrolled at Groningen University to study economics. His subjects included finance/investment, logistics, marketing and strategic management. He was awarded his degree in October 1995. The subject of his dissertation was the strategic planning of Schiphol Airport.


Princess Marilene:

The Princess attended primary school in Velp. She gained her VWO (pre-university education) certificate in 1988 at the Rijnlands Lyceum in Wassenaar. In the same year she enrolled in the Business Administration course at Groningen University. As part of her degree course, she studied for six months at Leuven University in 1991. She graduated in May 1994, her main subject being Marketing.


Prince Bernhard jr:

The Prince received both his primary and secondary education in Apeldoorn. He gained a HAVO (senior general secondary education) certificate in 1987 and his VWO (pre-university education) certificate in 1988. He went on to study economics at Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA.

In 1989 he enrolled at Groningen University to study economics, specialising in marketing and market research, and gaining work experience at, for example, Philips in Singapore. He was awarded his degree in 1995. The subject of his dissertation was quality management at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in Scandinavia.


Princess Annette:

Annette Sekrève attended primary school in Oosterhout. She then studied at the Sint Oelbert Gymnasium in Oosterhout, gaining her VWO (pre-university education) certificate in 1991. That year, she enrolled as a psychology student at Groningen University, where she graduated in 1996. Her dissertation examined the psychological stress of working with mentally handicapped people.


Prince Pieter-Christiaan:

Prince Pieter-Christiaan received both his primary and secondary education in Apeldoorn. He gained his VWO (pre-university education) certificate at the Stedelijk Gymnasium in 1990.

Prince Pieter-Christiaan performed his military service with the Royal Military Constabulary. He underwent training at the Royal Military Constabulary Training Centre in Apeldoorn from November 1990 to April 1991. He then held the rank of officer-candidate, serving as a platoon commander with the 104 Squadron of the Royal Military Constabulary. At his own request, the Prince spent seven months longer in military service than is usual, staying on until the end of July 1992. He now holds the rank of major in the Royal Military Constabulary.
In March 1992, while still performing his military service, Prince Pieter-Christiaan enrolled as an external student in the law faculty of Utrecht University. In August 1992, he became a full-time student, and was awarded his degree in early 1999. The subject of his dissertation was liability law in piloting, with particular reference to market forces, deregulation and legislative quality in the sector. He then spent a year on placement with ABN AMRO Bank. In the autumn of 2003, Prince Pieter-Christiaan completed a one-year MBA course at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland.


Princess Anita:

Princess Anita spent her earliest years in Aix-en-Provence, France. The family later moved to Oostvoorne, where she attended primary school. After a move to Singapore, she continued her education at the United World College of South East Asia, subsequently obtaining her International Baccalaureate at the Rijnlands Lyceum in Oegstgeest.

In 1990, she went to study English language and literature at the University of Leiden. After completing her first year, she transferred to the University of Amsterdam, where she studied communication science, graduating in 1996. As an undergraduate, she completed a traineeship with the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency in London.


Prince Floris:

Prince Floris received both his primary and secondary education in Apeldoorn. He gained his VWO (pre-university education) certificate at the Christelijk Lyceum in 1993. He then spent a year abroad studying foreign languages, including Spanish.

Prince Floris studied Dutch corporate and criminal law at Leiden University, and graduated in June 2002. For his dissertation, entitled “From Zero Tolerance to Tolerance: New York and Amsterdam compared”, Prince Floris worked as an intern with the New York Police Department and Amsterdam-Amstelland Police.


The late Queen Juliana:

A small class was formed at Huis ten Bosch Palace on the advice of the educationalist Jan Ligthart so that, from the age of six, the Princess could receive her primary education with children of her own age.
As the Constitution specified that she was to be ready to succeed to the throne by the age of eighteen, Princess Juliana's education proceeded at a faster pace than that of most children. After five years of primary education, the Princess received her secondary education (to pre-university level) from private tutors. On 30 April 1927, Princess Juliana celebrated her eighteenth birthday. Under the Constitution, she had officially come of age and was entitled to assume the royal prerogative, if necessary. Two days later her mother installed her in the Council of State.

From 1927 to 1930, the Princess attended lectures at Leiden University. During this time she lived with a number of other women students in Katwijk. She chose her subjects partly to prepare her for her duties as Head of State, and partly to satisfy her personal interest in literature and religion. She joined the Women Students' Association and took an active part in a wide range of undergraduate activities. Her studies were crowned with the award of an honorary doctorate in literature and philosophy, her sponsor being the renowned historian Johan Huizinga.


The late Prince Bernhard:

The Prince received his early education at home. When he was twelve he was sent as a boarder to the gymnasium in Züllichau and several years later, again as a boarder, to a gymnasium in Berlin, where he gained his leaving certificate in 1929. He went on to study law at the commercial college in Lausanne, and at the universities of Munich and Berlin. He was awarded his Referendar Juris degree in 1935.
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Old 09-26-2005, 07:02 PM
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Prince Philip attended Cheam and Gordonstoun Schools. After this he wen straight attended Dartmouth Naval College for his officer's training and commission.

Q. Elizabeth was educated at home I believe. She did however attend some classes at Eton College focusing on Constitutional Law (I believe this was private tuition, not with the other students at the all-boy school).
In addition to having been raised in a rather sheltered way (apart from non-aristocratic children), Queen Elizabeth was forced to spend a large part of her growing up years at Windsor Castle due to fears about her security during World War II. Even if her parents had had the inclination to put her in a boarding school (or a local school for the elite), they probably would have been discouraged by security experts.
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I'm currently reading Princess Margaret's official biography, and it states that (as iowabelle has already said) Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret were forced to grow up at Windsor.

However, it also states that Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother) once confided to a friend that she wished her daughters had been able to attend a 'normal' school with other children, but Queen Mary disagreed and influenced her decision to appoint a governess.
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where do royals study?

Which schools and universities do royals from all over the world study? i think many of them study in the UK.
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yes..most of them in UK
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Yes. Victoria in Yale, Fred in Harvard and Felipe in Georgetown (Washington). Infanta Cristina studied in NY, as far I know.
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Which schools and universities do royals from all over the world study? i think many of them study in the UK.
Actually quite a number of European royals attended universities in the USA. Here is a selection:


Crown Prince Philippe of Belgium:
attended the Royal Military Academy of Belgium for three years, spent two months at Trinity College, Oxford University, United Kingdom, and attended Stanford University, California, USA where he graduated with a Masters of Arts degree in Political Science.

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark:
graduated with a Master of Science degree in Political Science from University of Aarhus, Denmark and spent a year studying political science at Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA.


Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein: attended officer’s training at Royal
Military Academy at Sandhurst in the United Kingdom and attended University of Salzburg, Austria graduating with a Master's degree in Jurisprudence.


Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg: studied Political Science at University of Geneva, graduating in 1980, also undertook military officer training at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, United Kingdom.

Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands:
earned an academic degree in history from Leiden University, Netherlands.

Crown Prince Haakon of Norway:
received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, USA


Crown Prince Felipe of Spain:
studied in the Autonomas University of Madrid, where he earned a degree in Law, received a Master of Science in Foreign Service degree from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., USA


Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden: she studied for a year at Université Catholique de l'Ouest at Anger, France, and for two years at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut, USA
Prince Charles of the United Kingdom: received a degree from
Trinity College at Cambridge University where he studied anthropology and archaeology, and history,


Prince Albert II of Monaco: graduated from Amherst College in Massachusetts, USA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science
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Prince Max of Liechtenstein received an M.B.A. from Havard Business School.
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British Royals ladies

late Diana,Princess of Wales -
attended preparatory school Riddlesworth Hall in Diss,Norfolk and in 1974 going West Heath nears Sevenoaks, Kent after Diana leaves West Heath in 1977 and went finish school Institut Alpin Videmanette in Rougemont, Switzerland.

she works she worked as a kindergarten teacher at the Young England School in Pimlico till prior of marriages to Prince Charles in 1981.

Sophie,Countess of Wessex - ?
Camilla,Duchess of Cornwall - ?
Sarah,Duchess of York - ?
Princess Anne - ?

im still hard to find British Royals ladies about Sophie,Camilla,Sarah and Anne on their biography if you would find that one really soon
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British Royals ladies

Sophie,Countess of Wessex - ?
Camilla,Duchess of Cornwall - ?
Sarah,Duchess of York - ?
Princess Anne - ?

im still hard to find British Royals ladies about Sophie,Camilla,Sarah and Anne on their biography if you would find that one really soon
Sophie: see http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page2720.asp
Camilla: see http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page3976.asp
Sarah: see http://sarahduchessofyork.com/About%20Sarah.htm
Anne: see http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page479.asp
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Princess Eugenie

Princess Eugenie first attended nursery school at Winkfield Montessori, Surrey in 1992. She then joined her sister at Upton House School, Windsor. Beatrice and Eugenie were transferred to prep school, Cowarth Park, in Surrey in 1994. In 2001 she passed her Common Entrance Examination and attended St George's School, Windsor for two years. In 2003, Princess Eugenie began her higher education at Marlborough College in Wiltshire where she chose to become a boarder.
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Princess Beatrice

Princess Beatrice began her education at Upton House School, Windsor in 1991. From there she and her sister were enrolled at Coworth Park School in Windlesham, Surrey in 1994. Princess Beatrice is currently attending an all-girls school, St. George's School in Ascot, Berkshire, enrolled under the name "Beatrice York." There had been plans to send her to Aiglon College in Switzerland; however, a sex scandal involving the headmaster forced her parents to reconsider. [1] In March 2005, her mother revealed that Beatrice suffers from mild dyslexia and has needed special help with reading and writing in the run-up to her GCSE exams. [2]
In the GCSE examinations that she took in the summer of 2005 (a year later than usual, due to her dyslexia), she achieved A* grades for history and drama, A grades for French and art, and B grades for English literature, English language, mathematics and dual award science.
The Princess takes an active interest in her school community. She sings soprano in the school choir. In May 2006, according to The Royalist, Beatrice was elected to the position of head girl at St. George's School where she is currently studying for her A Levels. A school spokesperson is quoted on The Royalist website as saying: 'This year the school has elected Princess Beatrice of York to be head girl and we are delighted that she has accepted the position.'

Is Princess Beatrice a boarding student like Princess Eugenie or still a day girl at St George's School?
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Prince Charles spent two terms in 1966 as an exchange student at Timbertop, a remote outpost of the Geelong Church of England Grammar School in Melbourne, Australia.
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What about royal children (William, Harry, Zara and Peter) who attend prep boarding schools at age 7 or 8?

They are given no say in the decission of wheather or not they want to be sent away to attend boarding school at such a young age.
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Prince William and Harry going same school as nursery,ludgrove,eton college after William done eton college and he went to st.andrews university in scotland

im not sure about peter and zara's education?
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