Prince William is set to become the most famous student at Cambridge University as he goes back to school in 2014, Kensington Palace announced Monday.
William has enrolled as a full-time student in a bespoke program in agricultural management, organized by the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership.
According to a statement released by the Palace, William's so-called "executive education program" begins in early January and runs until mid-March.
The Duke's goal? To formulate "an understanding of contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom."
All told, he'll have 18 to 20 hours of lectures per week, and a dorm room will be available should he need to stay the night away from Kate Middleton.
Not that he'd want to. Have you seen Kate Middleton?!
But seriously folks. Ever the public servant, William is said to be considering a number of options for service since leaving the British military this fall.
Earlier this year, in September, the 31-year-old completed his run with the Royal Air Force, after more than seven years of full-time military service.
The father of one is not expecting a second child ... yet.