How should I study to be a mathematical physicist?

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Oscar Regan
Hello, I'm new here, i just really want to know, how do i study to become one? I'm at the middle of high school and i live in Mexico, where i live there are good universities but they just offer physics engineering degree, but i want to be a mathematical physicist, so do i plan to get an engineer degree and then specialize in mathematical, or what should i do?
 

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Metmann
The best way would probably be to study Mathematical Physics, but I guess you already figured this out :biggrin: If there is no possibility to study theoretical or mathematical physics in your vicinity and you don't want to or cannot move far away, then I would suggest that you do a double degree in mathematics and engineering and study a bit of more theoretical physics yourself at home.
 

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