Hi, Currently I'm still in high school (I turn 17 in februari), but soon I'll be going to college. I live in Belgium (the Flemish -- also known as the Dutch -- part) and we have about 4 universities. I have a very strong interest in mathematics, physics and chemistry, more specifically quantummechanics and just generally physics & chemistry on a very tiny level. My interest is also very theoretical, and not as applied as nanotechnology etc. I've considered going abroad and I think I could get the support of my parents if I'm really convinced, but first I need to know what the best option would be. I don't know how detailed the courses are on quantummechanics over here and I was wondering if I could get some information on universities in The Netherlands, Canada, America, etc. (mainly something either in Dutch or English) that may offer what would suit my interests. I'd also be interested in just hearing previous experiences of going abroad to study and other related subjects. I'm also pretty much a total nitwit when it comes to universities. I have no idea that if you want to specialize in Quantummechanics, for example, what special measures you must take. Any input available?