“Emma Watson’s Next Chapter: Enrolling in a £20K Creative Writing Course at Oxford University”

Actress Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series, has reportedly enrolled in a part-time degree course at Oxford University to study creative writing. The 33-year-old actress was last seen on screen in Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women in 2019. The Masters course will require Emma to attend only a few lectures on campus, with the majority of her work being completed online. The course is designed for older adults and offers a flexible schedule, making it ideal for Emma’s busy lifestyle. According to a source, Emma only needs to be on campus for four or five days a year, with the rest of her coursework being completed from home.

Change of scene: Emma Watson, 33, has swapped Hogwarts for Oxford after reportedly enrolling in a part-time degree course at the city's University to study creative writing (pictured on Thursday)

Emma Watson, aged 33, has decided to leave the world of Hogwarts behind and embark on a new adventure by enrolling in a part-time degree course at Oxford University. She will be studying creative writing, as per reports. In a recent picture, she was seen on the campus.

Emma will return to school to pursue a master’s degree. Although she is a famous actress, most of her coursework can be done online. However, she will attend a few classes on site, and as such, she will have a security team accompany her for safety reasons. The college charges £20K for the two-year course, which includes two guided retreats and one research placement. Emma has been attending Milan Fashion Week and has been seen with security guards outside her hotel. Recently, she was allegedly targeted by Drew Barrymore’s suspected stalker during New York Fashion Week.

Big break: The actress first found fame as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series (L-R) Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma

Emma rose to stardom after landing the role of Hermione Granger in the popular Harry Potter movie franchise. Alongside co-stars Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe, she quickly became a household name, propelling her career to new heights.

Throwback: She last appeared on screen in 2019's Little Women which was directed by Barbie's Greta Gerwig (L-R) Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Saoirse Ronan, Eliza Scanlen

In 2019, Emma Watson appeared on screen in the film Little Women which was directed by Greta Gerwig. Recently, a man named Roderick Chadwick was arrested for allegedly trying to find and marry Emma Watson. He reportedly shouted, “Let me speak to Emma Watson. Let me take a photo with Emma Watson.” It is unclear if the actress was present at the time of the incident. Chadwick was released from prison as his alleged offense did not qualify for bail. This comes just weeks after he was arrested and charged with fourth-degree stalking of actress Drew. He had reportedly shown up at her home in the Hamptons after confronting her at an event.

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