For us muggles who will never get to go to Hogwarts, we now have a chance to head along to wizardry school and learn...probably very little of any use, but hey, it's still cool, right?
At the Czocha College of Witchcraft and Wizardry in Poland, you can finally live out that dream that you've had since you first cracked open The Philosopher's Stone all those years ago, so pack your owl, wand and bags and get ready head off and learn all there is to know about magic.
There is one catch, however, and no, it's not that you need to find platform 9 3/4 at the train station. Rather you need to be over 18-years-old to get in, as this is more of a college than it is a school, so that you can really hone your (witch)craft.
The course, which takes four days, costs €280, which as colleges go these days is not that bad. Everyone is divided up into five different houses when you get there (Durentius, Faust, Libussa, Molin and Sendivogius) and you can choose to specialise in a number of different courses, including Aurors, Curse Breakers, Healers and Magizoologism.
There are proper classes taught by what we assume to be fully-qualified wizards, you all get to sit down and enjoy meals together in a dining hall, and there are even games of quidditch for those who think they can make it in the sport at the college level. We're not sure if there are scholarships for student athletes though...
The bad news is that you just missed the November course, where over 200 people from 11 different countries showed up to take part, but the next session is in April so you have time to study up and get your application in on their website.
That sound you can hear is J.K. Rowling's fleet of expensive lawyers packing their bags for the next flight to Poland.