Liza Soberano has always prioritized her education, which is why she is intent on finishing her bachelor's degree in psychology. 

Southville International School and Colleges shared on a Facebook post dated June 21 that the actress has officially enrolled in their INNOVE Education Solution program. Their website notes that the program requires her to report to school at least once a week for written exams, finish hands-on exercises, and participate in instructor-led discussions.

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Liza completed high school with special recognition honors in 2014 at St. Patrick's School in Quezon City. After her graduation, Liza told DZBB's OMJ (radio show hosted by Ogie Diaz and MJ Felipe) that her biggest dream is to become a lawyer.

"I can actually study for free in the US because my grandfather was in the US Army," she shared. "If I study there, gusto ko sana sa military, but it seems that I can't do that anymore. But I really want to study law."

In January 2017, Liza followed in her on-screen partner Enrique Gil's footsteps and enrolled at Southville International School Affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU). She told Balitang America's Showbiz Tonight a few months later that she still dreams of becoming a lawyer and hopes to take it one step at a time, starting with her pre-law program, BS Psychology.

"I wanted it to be my pre-law, but right now I'm kind of like more on the psychology side instead of the law side. So yeah, I'm hoping to pursue psychology."

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