Swifties now have a chance to get to know their favourite artist even better because Stanford University is offering a course on Taylor Swift's 10-minute version of 'All Too Well'.
The song, which won the Grammy Award for Best Music Video, will now be a part of the new winter quarter syllabus of Stanford's Introductory Studies.
According to their website, Stanford Introductory Studies (SIS) offers students a gateway to the two central missions of undergraduate education at the university – liberal education and research.
The course is being offered as part of Stanford's Italic 99 courses which "offer students an introduction to topics taught by alumni of the programme. With each quarter offering unique courses, these student-led classes are focused on hands-on learning."
The course offers "an in-depth analysis of Taylor Swift's "All Too Well (Ten-Week Version)."
This isn't the first time Swift's music and career have been part of university courses. Just last year two other universities also offered courses on the musician's life and music.