Main Question or Discussion Point
Where has the best physics program in Canada? (as in university, of course!)
Generally yes, you can be accepted in a physics programs with a bachelor's degree in engineering. That being said, the university you are applying to needs to recognize the institution you studied at - you have to check with the individual school to see if they do. An MBA is an unrelated degree - so it likely won't help, nor will it hinder you.Hi. I'm from India and I'm looking at some of the Physics programs in Canadian universities and 3-4 of them sound good to me. I have a question about the eligibility for a Masters in Physics from Canada. Is a Bachelors Engineering degree going to qualify me for the Masters in Physics? I have also done an MBA post my BE - will that help at all? And most importantly will I be offered financial aid for the MS program?