Prince William, Eva Longoria, Mark Wahlberg

Prince William is going to be hitting the books in 2014!

The palace announced on Monday that the Duke of Cambridge has signed up to participate in a 10-week course on agricultural management at the University of Cambridge.

The program, which begins in January, is said to be loaded with seminars, lectures and meetings that will all work within the Prince's busy schedule.

Prince George's papa will gain "an understanding of contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom."

But it turns out that he's not the only famous face who's returned to school in the recent years.

Eva Longoria actually earned her master's degree from the California State University of Northridge years after achieving fame on her hit show, Desperate Housewives.

And celebs aren't just earning their degrees in higher education.

In fact, Mark Wahlberg just accomplished a major goal that he had set aside to focus on Hollywood stardom: getting his high school diploma.

The A-lister graduated at the age of 42 after undergoing online coursework to complete the process.

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