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Engineering to physics- how to catch up?

by harini_ravi
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Nov10-12, 06:50 AM
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I am in my pre-final year of bachelor's in engineering( electronics and instrumentation). I am interested in switching to physics for my masters( in the US or Germany). I browsed through the universities and their eligibility criteria. I noticed that most universities do not require a undergraduate physics degree but do require strong work in the field of physics. What options do I have to gain experience and knowledge?
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