Hi everyone, I'm studying for an MSc in physics at the moment, in the UK and I have two more years to run on the course. However, I don't want to stay in physics when I graduate, and I'm thinking of trying to work in aeronautics. How easy is it to move from physics to aeronautics? If I need to study for, say, a masters in aeronautics or engineering science then can I get government funding for that (remember, I'm in the UK...)? What kind of work could I do in aeronautics with a physics degree? Also, say five, ten years down the line, how important is it what degree I have? If I can gain experience working in aeronautics with a physics degree will that qualify me for more aeronautical work? Finally, knowing that I would like to work in aeronautics, what kind of things could I be doing now to help with that? Thanks!