Infanta Leonor will not study high school in Spain. He will do it in Wales, in one of the 18 schools that UWC (United World Schools) has distributed throughout the globe. This international organization is financed by important companies, foundations and the contribution of individuals. At the end of next August the princess will head to her next destination, a center that has little to do with any ordinary school. To begin with, for the tuition, which costs almost 76,500 euros for the two years of this academic section. But their characteristics, the selection process, the type of students who enter their centers and even the content of the educational programs are also a rarity. How is the school of Wales – called UWC Atlantic College – and how did Leonor get one of the places to study there?