Hi guys, First of all I know that many threads has been posted in regards to a physics major deciding between UC Santa Barbara and UC Berkeley. I've been reading all the threads yet still can't make a strong decision or preference over one school. I am a recent undergrad physics transfer student who got admitted to both of these schools. I've been talking to my physics professor as well who suggested that UCSB is a good choice since it has one of the top tier physics programs. I have also contacted 2 professors at UCSB-CCS who were really inviting and provided me with lots of information. The downside is that CCS benefits only applies to freshmen and sophomores instead of juniors and seniors. I have also asked my friends how are the professors at UCB like and he replied saying they were also friendly and treat students well at the same time. My plan after undergraduate is to attend a school in Germany to pursue Medical Physics. Given my career path to attend a grad school in a different country, which would be the better choice? If I were to continue grad school in the US, which would be the school to go to?