Is Robert Pattinson’s ex, Kristen Stewart, spreading herself thin or can her plans to attend UCLA help her get over the "Twilight" hunk soon enough? The "Camp X-Ray" star reportedly signed up for an English Literature program at the University of California Los Angeles.
Kristen was reportedly planning to begin with the program while filming Peter Sattler’s film.
As more news keep popping up that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart may be heading for a second reunion, an even more exciting news for the "Speak" star came out when a source confirmed that she is serious on getting a formal education.
The move came as a surprise, since the high achiever Hollywood star who could be set for life from her earnings in "Twilight" is still looking for alternatives to live a life after the big screen.
A source talked to the Daily Mirror confirming Kristen’s plans to study while finishing "Camp X-Ray."
"Yes, Kristen's a Tinseltown actress worth millions but she is already considering a life after film,” the source said, according to the Daily Mirror as reported by MyDaily UK.
"She never got to complete college and she wants to get a proper education.”
School will be a challenge for "The Runaway" star.
"It won't be easy and it will mean putting in some fairly strenuous hours. But once she's graduated, Kristen will be able to do almost anything she wants, in or out of Hollywood," the source also said.
But school will also be a welcome change for Kristen as it surely will help her set aside Robsten romance.
Going to school is a perfect plan for Kristen who loves to read books.
“She is a voracious reader and cannot wait to get going on her correspondence course,” the source noted.
School was a major issue for Kristen. She revealed in an interview with GQ Magazine how she felt about the institution and being in it until she was 13.
"I was feeling a little self-conscious about the acting thing with my peers, but also my teachers became a problem,” Kristen said.
She recalled during the interview how she would cope with the homeworks and how she would often feel.
“They didn't want to do the extra work or put packages together so I could keep up while away. My teachers failed me. Not one, but all of them. I'm always slightly ashamed in a way about what I do,” Kristen noted.
"I'm slightly embarrassed as I had such serious ambitions when I was younger, I just never imagined that I would ever have a reason not to go to school. But then this happened," Kristen said.
If before Kristen always felt that she could never fit in at school, the star now believed this is her way with life.
''I couldn't relate to kids my own age," Kristen said in a separate IBT report. "They are mean and don't give you any chance. Once you have done with school, you realize that it is just a smaller version of life. I have felt that I should have been an adult since I was aged about five,” Rob’s ex also said.
And the "Speak" star is in the perfect school, too.
“The University of California, in Los Angeles, is one of the most respected universities in America. It was recently ranked fourth in a list of top colleges nationwide and has one of the best English courses around,” stated the Daily Mirror.
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