London, September 24 : 'Harry Potter' star Emma Watson has revealed that she wants to put her acting career on hold to pursue higher studies at a university.
The 18-year-old, whose both parents hail from Oxford, recently scored straight A's in her A-levels and has decided to prioritize her education.
The French-born British actress has said that she intends to concentrate on a degree after she finishes filming the final installment.
"I would like to go to university and complete a degree and so that will mean a break from acting," the Sun quoted her as saying.
Watson has already decided about her subject of academy studies.
She said: "If I stay in this country I will read English Literature, and if I go to America I will do a Liberal Arts programme."
The young actress has set her mind on keeping her acting career in the background.
"Any future projects will take second place to university," Watson's spokesperson said.
"Her first commitment will be to her course," she added.