Maria Sharapova is off to Harvard.
The 29-year-old tennis star posted on social media on Monday a photograph of her posing in front of a sign for Harvard Business School with a caption that hinted at her starting a program there shortly.
Associated Press reports that the program in question is two weeks long, involves two courses, and will take place this summer.
In addition to being a five-time Grand Slam champion, Sharapova is the founder of candy brand Sugarpova and one of the highest-paid female athletes of 2016, bringing in about $21.9 million in earnings this year.
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Sharapova received a two-year ban for her doping violation earlier this month after testing positive for the banned substance Meldonium at the Australian Open. The ban currently runs until Jan. 26 2018, but Sharapova is in the midst of an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which may lead to an elimination of or shortening of her suspension.