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Emma Watson to Spend Year at Oxford Then Return to Brown

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Emma Watson, star of the Harry Potter movies, will attend Oxford University in the fall before returning to Brown University in the US to complete her studies. So, less than six months after Watson announced she was taking a break from prestigious Brown University in the US, her college career seems to be back on track.

Watson (21) announced in April that she was leaving the prestigious US university, but denied rumors that it was due to bullying from other students. “I have never been bullied in my life and certainly never at Brown,” the actress said.

Speaking to reporters while promoting “Harry Potter and the Death Hallows: Part 2,” Watson said, “I’’m still a student at Brown. It’s just that I’ll spend my third year at Oxford.”

Emma Watson enrolled at prestigious Ivy League college Brown to study English Literature in July 2009, jetting backwards and forwards between the States and her English home and balancing school work with her increasing movie commitments.

So no-one was really surprised when the talented youngster announced last year that she was taking a break from her studies. She denied that her decision had anything to do with bullying at the college.

It will be a kind of homecoming for the British star to attend the prestigious Oxford University in England. But Watson announced her intention to return to Brown for her final year of study after spending her third year as a student at Oxford University.

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