Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant and heir apparent to the Belgian throne, is set to attend Lincoln College at Oxford in the United Kingdom, majoring in history and politics, the Belgian Royal Palace confirmed through Instagram last month. What are the British royal family’s favourite watches? When Princess Elisabeth applied, it seems she was not given special treatment. According to Tatler , quoting Belgian newspaper Le Soir , the princess completed a written exam anonymously to ensure her position wouldn’t influence her admission by swaying it in her favour. Oxford has a history of honing the intellectual development of future kings: Princess Elisabeth will join the likes of her father King Philippe, Edward VII and Edward VIII of the UK, King Haakon of Norway , King Abdullah II of Jordan and Japan’s Emperor Naruhito , according to People . As she furthers her education at Oxford, we take a look back at Princess Elisabeth’s previous accomplishments that indicate the makings of a future queen. She previously attended UWC Atlantic College in Wales Princess Elisabeth is no stranger to the United Kingdom, having obtained her International Baccalaureate (IB) from UWC Atlantic College in Wales. According to Insider, the Atlantic College bills itself as a “force for educational change with seafront views of Glamorgan”. The school recently gained exposure as it welcomed Princess Leonor de Borbon of Spain and Princess Alexia of the Netherlands. The Times of London dubbed the boarding school, which costs US$95,000 for its two-year IB course, as “Hogwarts for Hippies”. Why Princess Diana’s final resting place got a US$27 million revamp She finished her military training Last July, Princess Elisabeth achieved a major feat: she completed her one-year military training at the Royal Military Academy Belgium in Brussels and “passed with flying colours”, reported The Brussels Times . Her colonel described her as an exemplary student, according to the same source. 🇧🇪 [PHOTOS] Belgian Crown Princess - and future Queen - Elisabeth, 19, completed her military training this week. From Monday till Wednesday she participated in a 3-day camp in Marche-les-Dames. The program included rock climbing, a deathride and riding a dinghy down the river. pic.twitter.com/pYRJnew8NF — [Wim Dehandschutter] (@WDehandschutter) July 30, 2021 She was taught shooting, marching and camouflage techniques, according to The Indian Express . Prince Joachim, nephew of King Philippe, also has a military background. He went on to become a full-fledged officer in the Belgian navy in 2011. Belgium celebrated her 18th birthday Royal birthday parties are usually an extravagant affair , but Princess Elisabeth’s 18th birthday in 2019 was special for two reasons. It was broadcasted live in Belgium, and the event marked her coming of age as she is now old enough to rule without the help of a regent, as per People . Belgian Royals celebrate 18th birthday of Crown Princess Elisabeth in the Royal Palace in Brussels pic.twitter.com/kftvO2AbJM — Patrick van Katwijk (@Patrickvkatwijk) October 25, 2019 Should her parents pass away or step down, she is eligible to succeed the throne and become the queen in her own right. She received prestigious gifts Her 18th birthday wouldn’t be complete without exclusive and significant gifts, too. Among those she received were a windmill park from the Belgian government, which was named “Princess Elisabeth Windmill Zone”; the ribbon of the Order of Leopold, the oldest and highest national order from her father; and gold and diamond earrings from her family. Excellent anniversaire à la Princesse Elisabeth. Pour son anniversaire, #begov nomme le nouveau parc éolien “Princesse Elisabeth”. Van harte proficiat aan prinses Elisabeth. Voor haar verjaardag benoemt #begov in Noordzee de “Prinses Elisabeth Windmolenzone”. pic.twitter.com/qwFQN1V3OA — Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) October 25, 2019 The Belgian Post Group even created a special stamp to honour her birthday, according to Royal Central . Crown jewels: Camilla Parker Bowles’ most stand-out jewellery pieces She’s performing her royal duties with grace Princess Elisabeth is already aware of her royal duties and influence even at her young age. According to the Belgian Royal Palace website, she accompanied her mum, Queen Mathilde, on a humanitarian mission to visit refugees in Kenya. They stopped by centres, schools and communities, meeting women and children. Princess Elisabeth has also volunteered for different organisations that support school dropouts, the elderly, people with disabilities and the homeless. When Covid-19 hit, she talked to isolated elderly people over the phone to encourage and support them. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .