Hi! I took part in the last International Physics Olympiads that was held in Salamanca Spain, and I got a honourable mention there. After that I received an invite about two scholarships, one in Physics and the other in Astronomy that are being offered to the students who participated there. I am just leaving the High School at the end of the year and want to attempt to a Physics undergraduate course. I would like to know about this university in Leicester UK. I never heard about it, I just looked at its site in the internet, and didn't find it too much interesting for me. I know the books they use and don't know if it is a good university. I am looking for a place where I can have a really good course in Physics, that prepares me to either work or go for an academic career. How much do you think that the university I undergraduate will be important? And also, I plan to take higher degrees, like PhD., but I wanted to look for those in the fastest way as possible. Or have the opportunity to turn to any other course in the Engineering area, in the same enviroment of study. Hope to hearing opinions and places where I can find more information about it all. Thank you.