Hi All I completed a BSc degree in maths & physics just over 20 years ago. Since then I have studied and worked in unrelated areas but also kept a modest interest in maths and physics up and also done a couple of free online courses with the MOOCs (EdX and Coursera). Last year I decided I wanted to have a go at something more challenging and substantial so I took a course from the Open University (UK) MSc in maths (calculus of variations). I have thoroughly enjoyed it and learnt much more from being "pushed" through the material than I would have done off my own back. The difficulty is that there aren't really any more courses in the limited selection the OU offer that excite me. There are a couple I could probably do but first I wanted to try and see if there is anything else out there of a more physics based nature. In an ideal world I would enrol on a distance learning theoretical physics MSc but I don't think one exists and my searches haven't found anything close. With a demanding fulltime job I can't really manage the demands of attending even a part-time campus based course. I don't need a qualification, this is for personal enjoyment. I don't mind paying reasonable fees for something worthwhile. Does anyone know of anything that might be suitable? Grateful thanks in advance!