Engineering, maths and physics. Which one to do!?! I've been considering doing engineering for a while but am worried about the flexibility of universities to let you change course. If I decided to do mechanical engineering but then realised I preferred electrical/aerospace at the start of course would they let me change courses? I want to do engineering because of the job prospects and I'm good at physics and maths (although I have very little interest in the mechanics of cars and stuff like that). I'm just worried that I'll choose mechanical engineering and be stuck in that industry for the rest of my life when I may have preffered doing something completely diffferent. I'm still contemplating doing a physics or maths degree. As you can see I'm not the most decisive person in the world. P.S I'm in Britain so I dont think there's all this minor/majoring business at uni. Im studying maths, further maths and physics A levels.