Hey, Some time ago I have posted a similar question here about my doubts on my CS course plan. I'm from Brazil, so this should be taken into account, as our university system is pretty messed up. I'm going to graduate this year from CS (need two more disciplines only). I have decided to get to the end, to at least have a sort of backup plan, or go on with it if I managed to like it very much. In fact, I have a very similar case of this guy here https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/from-cs-a-msc-or-another-degree.878130/ but no one seemed to answer his/her question.[/PLAIN] [Broken] The thing is, I don't think I like it enough. I wanted to go into academia, or research industry, thus I would go for a MSc and Phd, but I'm not sure I can go much further in CS. I'm working with a rather specific topic now (bioinformatics) which will probably be over soon with the coming of quantum computers. Question: Is it too late to change to Physics (23 years old)? Would it be wise? Most people do the opposite way (Physics -> CS), and some of my classmates did that indeed. Would perhaps Engineering Physics be a smarter choice?