I am currently in my honours year of a biomedical science degree in Australia, currently working on my thesis. Recently I've decided I would like to study Aerospace engineering or electronic engineering but have a few problems. Firstly I feel at 23 years of age I am somewhat behind and feel like I may be making a mistake by changing career direction. I understand math is required to gain entry into such degrees and when I was at school (in the UK) I got away with only studying biology and chemistry at A-level. My brain was incapable of figuring out math and physics and I didn't study them. Now I feel things have changed and I am capable of understanding such concepts, but lack the knowledge and qualifications in math/physics to gain entry into engineering. What would be the best and quickest way to remedy this situation? I have sound knowledge in chemistry and biology which is probably totally irrelevant! Also, I am not sure where teh best place would be to apply for an engineering degree. I originally had plans to move to the Netherlands at the end of this year to do a PhD and would still like to move there as I used to live there aswell. There are 2 technical universities there in Delft and Eindhoven, Delft is from what I understand a reputable university and they offer aerospace engineering. Does anyone know about this programme? Ultimately I would like to work at the European space agency or anywhere relevant to space vehicles. Thanks for your time.