I am currently finishing up my first degree (BA and MA) in Belgium which translates to 'Linguistics and Literary Studies in two languages: Dutch - English). It means I have a combined linguistics and literature degree in Dutch/English.
However, I've always wanted to go to Oxford. Currently I am conflicted between applying for a second undergrad degree (English Language and Literature) or shooting for a MA/DPhil (English).
The reason why I'm even interested in a second undergrad is because English Literature was only a quarter of my current degree and the only part I was not only interested but passionate about. However, one of my professors thinks I shouldn't go back to a 'lower level' and apply for a MA/DPhil instead.
Has anyone been in the same/similar situation as me who could give me some advice? I'm currently 21 turning 22 in November, so I was definitely going to apply to a mature college like Harris Manchester. I'm scared that if I am lucky enough to get in to either (BA or MA/DPhil) that it respectively will be too general/'simple' for me or I won't be prepared enough for starting my own proper research (especially in a field which I've only seen a quarter of).
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