Emma Watson graduated on Sunday from Brown University with a degree in English literature.
Emma Watson completed her graduation from Brown University which is an Ivy League university in Rhode Island. The 24-year-old actress got a bachelor degree in English literature on Sunday with other students. The “Harry Potter” star tweeted a selfie on Sunday wearing a black cap and gown.
Watson has already thought about a huge graduation party. In an April interview with ELLE, Emma said, “I will be throwing a huge party. And getting very drunk.”
Emma Watson completed her graduation in five years. She started studying in the Ivy League school in 2009. She also studied at Oxford University for a year and while he was there she studied English in order to fulfill her film commitments. In 2011, Emma took a year off from Brown University to promote the last part of “Harry Potter” series titled “The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.”
Emma Watson chose Brown University for her graduation because of its "very open curriculum, that there aren't any requirements." She said in 2013, "Really, I've kind of been in charge of my own education since I started out on Potter when I was 9 or 10, and I liked that I could design my own major if I wanted to, and I could take independent studies if I wanted to on subjects that weren't necessarily in the curriculum."
But on her first day at university, Emma was very confused. "On the first day, I walked into the canteen and everyone went completely silent and turned to look at me," she said in March. "I had to say to myself, 'It's okay, you can do this. You just have to take a deep breath and gather your courage.'"
During the past 5 college years, Watson worked on the final two parts of Harry Potter and also worked in flicks like The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Bling Ring and Darren Aronofsky's Biblical epic Noah.
Watson has already started working on Regression. Ethan Hawke is her co-star in this film. She also has some other plans not related to films. "When I finish my degree," Emma Watson said, "I will have a lot more time to pursue other passions, and I want to figure out what those will be. I love having something completely unrelated to the film industry. I want to find something that will let me use my brain in another way. I like connecting people who aren't part of that world, too."