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Japanese at Oxford or SOAS?

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    Hi everyone,
    I want to apply to Oxford and SOAS for Japanese, but I don't know which one I would rather go to! I've been told that I have a chance of getting in to Oxford, but I'm not sure it's right for me.
    I want to go somewhere diverse, with a multicultural environment, and I also want to combine Japanese with something else, which you can't do at Oxford.
    I just worry that by going to SOAS, I will be limiting myself because Oxford is so well-respected. I'm so worried about making the wrong choice . Does anyone go to SOAS or Oxford?
    Out of interest, how much coursework is there on the SOAS course? More than at Oxford?
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