Hello, I am a senior high school student living in Western Europe. Although I haven't been really fond of mathematics in the past years, I have began to admire it as I advanced. This year I have been introduced to pre-calculus and I really liked it. Also my major interest since my childhood has always been Physics since I knew that it was kind of "the Father of all sciences" that is based on explaining the reality and the universe itself. So last year I made a decision on going for Physics department in a good University, but I do have doubts that I will get to a good one. I have 2 options for now, Turkey or Germany. Turkey has some good universities in Ankara and Istanbul, and it would be really easy for me to study there since I speak Turkish fluently. And for Germany, I am learning German at the moment and I do believe I can crack it up until and if I go there. I have a few questions: 1. Does where I end up as an academician depend on where I graduated from? 2. Is being academician difficult? 3. What else can I do rather than being an academician with the Physics I learned in college? 4. I have doubts on which field of Physics I should go for, so should I just apply to General Physics and focus on a field later? I am sorry If I couldn't express myself well, I may have other questions that derive from your answers. Thank you!