It’s great you’re studying Arabic at Uni (like me :D), and it sounds like you are wanting to convert to Islam.
Sometimes, people do not convert to Islam (despite understanding the basics and believing in it) because they want to seek more knowledge or in your case, master the Arabic language etc. It’s important to go at your own pace, but it’s also important to know that if you truly believe Islam is the truth; that there is no deity worthy of worship but God, and that Muhammad (peace be upon him) is his final servant and messenger, then you must not delay declaring your faith in Islam, as no one knows how long they will live, and whether they will have time to declare and act upon the truth, and to die a believer is extremely better for you than to die thinking of converting. Knowledge is never ending, it’s impossible to reach the peak of Islamic knowledge, although we as Muslims should try to develop in knowledge on a daily basis. It is great you are learning Arabic, but even after doing so, the language of the Qur’an is highly complex, and people who were born Arabs study the language their whole lives, and like I said, are still unable to completely encompass Quranic knowledge. This in no way means that the Qur’an is a hard book to understand, in fact God has made it very easy to understand no matter what language, but I am referring to the idea of ‘mastering’ Arabic before converting, it’s simply impossible. You are basically a Muslim in thought, but to officially become a Muslim one must declare the Shahadah, and in front of witnesses is highly recommended. The Shahadah is as follows:
Ash-hadu an laa ilaaha illallaah, wa ash-hadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa rasuluh.
I testify there is nothing worthy of worship except Allah, and I testify Muhammad is His slave and messenger.
If my assumptions are correct and you do want to come to Islam then please visit this site:
p.s. we can discuss anything further much easier if you come off of anon! :D (and I hope to hear from you again, anon or not).