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Accelerator physics advice

  1. Nov 23, 2013 #1
    Hello!
    Next year I'm going to be freshman at Czech Technical University, in degree of Experimental Nuclear and Particle physics, oriented on Accelerator Hardware and Detectors. If i look at my past, i find myself always interested in accelerators. I would like to get my Bc. degree here, in Czech and after move on Ms. and PhD. degree to other universities – Stanford, Caltech, EPFL, ETHZ. But, here is a trouble. If i would like to get some experience, maybe in some Internship program, am i limited only to CERN (because my university works with it)? Would US labs (Fermilab, SLAC) reject my applications because of my university?
    Thanks in advance!
     
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