'Harry Potter' star Emma Watson, 21, already announced a decision to take time off from her Ivy League education at Brown University in Rhode Island, due to her increasingly demanding professional schedule.

She entered Brown in 2009, but last month told fans on her official site she had hit the brakes on her studies. This weekend, a new Associated Press report [via the New York Times] clarifies Watson's plan.

The British actress' spokesperson, Vanessa Davies, now says that Watson is not returning to Brown at all. Instead, she will be transferring to another university this fall.

Although Watson has said that her introduction to campus life at Brown was "awful" (and football fans reportedly made her uncomfortable), the spokeswoman claims there's no truth to rumors that the movie star was "bullied" out of school. Davies says the actress wants to pursue a different course of study "not offered at Brown."