His education (5/10)

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He was educated at Cambridge University, studying archaeology and anthropology for the first year. However, he changed to history for his second year and graduated in 1970 with a 2nd class honours, 2:2. During his stay at university, he spent a semester at the coastal Aberystwyth University, partaking in Welsh lessons with his teacher Tedi Millward in preparation for his accession as the Prince of Wales, the title carried by heirs to the England’s throne for generations.

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