Emma Watson's Ivy League Choice Confirmed
Watson, 19, will be attending Brown University in Providence, R.I., she confirmed to Paste magazine, saying, "I am [going to university in the Fall] – to Brown, which is an Ivy League establishment in the U.S.A. I've got a place there to read literature."
Ever since Watson went on a tour of Ivy League schools in October, speculation has circulated about where she was going to college. Rumors included Yale and Cambridge, and the U.K. publication The Daily Mail recently linked her to Columbia University.
But it was actually her Harry Potter costar Daniel Radcliffe who was one of the first people to tell the press where she was actually going.
"Me and Rupert [Grint] to all intents and purposes dropped out of school," he told The Guardian in a July 4 article. "And she's going to Brown." Producer David Heyman also told the Associated Press about Watson's college choice.
Watson won't be dropping Hermione completely, as production on the final installment of the popular series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, is still underway. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is in theaters now.