I've just finished my first year doing physics at oxford, and I'm enjoying it.
It was a tough decision between physics and PPE for me though, and since coming to oxford I've only become more interested in PPE. I'm considering doing the 3 year course for physics and then, if I got in, doing a second undergraduate degree of PPE (probably at oxford).
I've been looking at a few graduate prospectuses for alternatives, which say you're not required to have a previous qualification in economics etc. but it seems silly to miss out all the foundations of the subjects by not doing a related undergraduate degree first?
So my question is, would I be allowed to apply again as an undergraduate (I'd have just turned 21 at the start of my first year) to a 'normal' college, or would it need to be a mature students college?
Is this a vaguely common thing for people to do? and would I be greatly disadvantaged in the application process or simply required to be as good as other, younger, successful applicants?
Basically, I'm really interested in PPE and looking for any advice as to the best way of pursuing that interest after I've completed my physics degree.
Thanks in advance for any help!