Congrats Of The Degree! Japan ‘secret Princess’ MAKO-graduates of the University of Leicester

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Princess Kate is not the only art bred like the real thing!

After years of living in a foreign country to learn, like all other students, Princess MAKO Akishino received a master’s degree in art Museum and gallery studies at the University of Leicester in Leicester, England, today.

Degree, how to practice, and scientific aspects of art, acquired similar to Princess Kate in the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Kate received a bachelor’s degree. But it comprises both methods and scientific aspects of the topic.

After his name was read – “untitled” real – Princess took her in the series and is the last of the dignitaries in the institution De Montfort Hall entertainers from the University of Leicester Chancellor Lord Grocott, before returning to his seat, the Leicester Mercury reports.

Princess MAKO, is often seen as Japan, which is the equivalent of Princess Kate, – he wrote in city of Leicester in September 2014 and lived with her classmates in the University residence while they continue their academic work in the school Museum.

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Program of the year and ended in September 2015 jobs, and also based on study of collections in Leicester from the New Museum.

The Princess, 24, was one of 35 students in the program, and since she said they have a “great experience” during their stay in the University.

“I just want my sincere thanks for the chance, I in my research environment”, – stated in the beginning of this year.

“It was a rewarding year for me,” he said. “I hope that you are to apply what they have learned in school degree in the future.”

“We are delighted that Princess MAKO decided to return to Lester to his title from one person to another, as well as participation in the ceremony for the graduates of our school”. Suzanne McLeod, museo universitario de estudios head of the Department, he said.

Macleod said, “you were a pleasure to teach you, worked very hard, and you should be very proud of their achievements.”