Princess Amalia to pursue her studies at the University of Amsterdam

Princess Amalia has decided to do her Bachelor’s degree in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) at the University of Amsterdam, starting in the autumn of 2022.

The Government Information Service (RVD) recently announced that the Dutch princess of Orange was accepted into the program. Go, girl! โœจ

According to a press release, Amalia is going to be sharing a rented apartment with fellow students. Imagine coming home to a literal princess, how leuk!

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Welcoming message from the university

The University of Amsterdam wrote a welcoming message for the princess on Twitter.

In it, they say: “We are proud that Princess Amalia has chosen the PPLE study, a challenging and versatile study program at the university. We wish her, like all freshmen, a lot of success and fun with her education.”

Breaking traditions

Princess Amalia’s father, King Willem-Alexander, and her grandmother, Princess Beatrix, both studied in Leiden.

Going further back into history, the King’s aunt Margriet and grandmother Juliana also completed their studies in Leiden.

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However, it’s not that Princess Amalia actively wants to break this tradition. AD reports that Princess Amalia simply preferred the study program in Amsterdam over the options in Leiden.

What do you think about the Princess’ decision? Tell us in the comments below!

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Lea has a passion for writing and sharing new ideas with the world. She enjoys film photography, Wes Anderson movies, fictional books and jazz music. She came to the Netherlands in 2019 for her media studies and has fallen in love with the country and its culture ever since. She loves to ride her bicycle in the city but also feels the need to overtake everyone on the bike lane (she's working on it).

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