This is where the campmates from I’m A Celeb 2022 went to university
Ofc Jill Scott went to Loughborough
Over the three weeks the cast of I’m A Celeb this year were in jungle for, it felt as though we got to know them quite well. So, it’s only right we have a little look at some of their educations and early lives, before they became celebs who eat bugs for cash. A few of the I’m A Celeb 2022 campmates went to university, and studied a whole range of different subjects.
I think you can guess who studied politics and who studied sport, but in case you can’t, here’s a full rundown of all the I’m A Celeb 2022 campmates who went to university and what they studied.
Naturally, Matt Hancock went to Oxbridge. What else? He studied for a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Exeter College in Oxford, where he achieved a first class honours. He later achieved an MPhil in Economics at Christ’s College, Cambridge. It was whilst he was at uni that Matt was diagnosed with dyslexia.
England footballer Jill Scott went to Loughborough, which should be a surprise to nobody. She left school in 2003 and went on to do a BTEC National Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science at Gateshead College. She stayed at this college to study for a University of Sunderland foundation degree in Sports and Exercise Development. Once this diploma was complete, Jill went to Loughborough to study sport.
Newscaster and journalist Charlene White graduated from the London College of Printing, part of the University of the Arts London. She then went on to become the youngest senior journalist at the BBC, aged just 22.
Mike Tindall is only getting an honorary mention, because he was accepted to university but didn’t go. After college he earned a place at Durham, but instead was scouted for England Schools rugby. He deferred his uni spot, but never ended up going.
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