Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss goes to Harvard

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Karlie Kloss has enrolled in a class at the Harvard Business School.

The Victoria's Secret Angel is now a part-time college student after taking a course, titled The Business of Media, Entertainment and Sports, at the revered Ivy League school.

Karlie updated her fans with the news by posting a photo of herself on the Massachusetts campus.

"I am very excited to be spending a few days here on the Harvard Campus in Cambridge for a class this week," she captioned the photograph, which saw her posing next to a statue of the school's founder, John Harvard.

"I had to pay respect to Mr. John Harvard himself and rub his foot for good luck."

She posted another picture of herself at the library with her highlighted notes spread out on a desk. "Late night in the library," read the caption.

The 21-year-old said back in January that Harvard was in her plans.

"I will fit in," she told The Daily Front. "That is the great thing; I'm 20 years old! I feel fortunate to have an incredible career and experiences behind me, but there is so much more that I want to do with this career and my life.

"Harvard at some point is in the plan, but all in good time."



Karlie Kloss at the Met Ball 2014

Karlie might be following in the footsteps of her boyfriend, Thrive Capital founder and early Instagram investor Josh Kushner. He graduated from Harvard undergrad and business school.

It's not the first time a Victoria's Secret Angel has attended the university; former Angel Tyra Banks enrolled at the Harvard Business School to better run her empire.

“Tyra did it," Karlie continued. "She [attended classes at] Harvard Business School. I can do it, too."

Karlie's academia news came just days after she attended the annual Met Gala in a dramatic black and gold Oscar de la Renta ballgown.

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