I am a physics student from Spain and hopefully I will be finishing my degree in physics (4y) by next June. I am trying to decide on a Master's program to study but I am finding very difficult to decide since there are so many oportunities and so diverse specially when looking for programs abroad. I consider myself a good student. I will be finishing my degree with an average close to 9.0/10 and I am also persuing a degree in mathematics on the side. I would prefer to study abroad since I belive it will be a great experience plus masters programs in my unviersity aren't that good, I could go to Madrid or Barcelona but I don't want to limit my possibilities. I have always had some fascination with nordic countries but I don't really have any preference in terms of country, just one where people understand english. My interests in physics are very theoretical but recently I have been developing an interest in experimental physics too since in my last year I have started to use some real research equipment and laboratories which have nothing to do with what I had used before. I had originally considered quantum computation but I like quantum physics in general, condensed matter physics etc. I would love to do a phd afterwards and work on a research instution doing some mix of theoretical and experimental work, I had always some kind of conditioning towards theoretical physics since my math background and good averages but I have realised I love the lab so I wouldn't want to give that up (: I don't know where to start my search so I would appreaciate sugggestions, specially somewhere where I could apply for a scholarship and have a reasonably chance of getting it. Thanks everyone for your help, I hope I have explained myself clearly.