Hi, european here. To some circumstances I can't study physics anymore but I'd like to still get into physics. So currently I'm studying computational science at ETH Zürich. Although we can focus in theoretical physics in our bachelors "thesis", the curriulum differs a lot when compared to physics. As you would expect, CSE focuses more on algorithms/computational things. Because of that I'm planning on taking some extra courses in physics. assuming my marks are good, how are the chances that I'd get into a masters course in physics? I now that it probably depends on the university and some would take me whereas others woldn't - but I'd still like to know if you think it is possible. Or asked differently: How hard is it to go into "proper" physics from a CSE with a (theoretical) physics focus?