I'm in the 3rd year of my BSc Physics degree in the UK and have decided that I think I'd like to do a Masters too. For background info, I should graduate with a solid First (+70%) and I probably won't go on to do a PhD. My options at the moment are either switch to the 4 year course at the same institution within the UK, or seek out a course in Europe. This is because of tuition fees - I'd get a loan in the UK and most European unis charge considerably less or nothing for EU students. The bonus for studying in Europe is mostly cultural, learn a language and so on So I have a few questions: 1. Can anyone recommend any good MSc Physics programmes? My only requirements are that they teach in English and the course takes 1 year. As far as I'm aware most programmes take 2 so it has been difficult to find them through Googling alone. 2. How do a BSc and an MSc compare in the graduate jobs market between general and technical jobs? I know that many people who frequent this forum are from the US, so if you have any info or advice about graduate school in your country then I'd be very happy to hear that as well! Thanks.