Prince William will visit Oxford on May 11.
The Duke of Cambridge has been invited to see the results of three major investment projects at the University of Oxford next month.
Kensington Palace tweeted: "The Duke of Cambridge has been invited to see the results of three major investment projects @UniofOxford.
"The Duke will visit #MagdalenCollege, the #WestonLibrary and Blavatnik School of Government @UniofOxford on Wednesday 11th May (sic)."
Meanwhile, William recently revealed he wants to "develop" into his royal duties.
The 33-year-old royal - who has two-year-old son Prince George and 11-month-old Princess Charlotte with his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge - has hit back at claims he is work shy, insisting he takes his duty "very seriously".
He said: "I take duty very seriously. I take my responsibilities very seriously. But it's about finding your own way at the right time and if you're not careful duty can sort of weigh you down an awful lot at a very early age and I think you've got to develop into the duty role."