devikhanns
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Hi, so I needed some help! I have to decide between UCL, KCL and Edinburgh for English Literature. But UCL has offered me a degree in Comparative Literature which also seems like an interesting course and I'm thinking of making that my firm choice, but I'm nit sure. Any advice on how to pick between King's and Edinburgh for English? Warwick is also one of my options but I seems to have dismissed it because I haven't really seen it in any rankings... Please help!
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UCL's Comparative Literature degree is very new and is actually based at the School of European Languages rather than in the English department. If you want to study English, I would be cautious of firming complit until you've thoroughly researched the modules. As for Edinburgh vs KCL, they're so different in terms of course structure, module options, location and general experience... pick whichever one you like best.
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