Hi everyone, I'm an a-level student (year 13) doing Physics, Chemistry and Maths. I am struggling of what university subject to apply for...I want to do a subject that is a combination of all three subjects I'm now doing. I like topics that I can go very very deep. I think quantum and thermodynamics will be my favourite when I go to university. I also find nanotechnology very interesting as I like topics that are dealing with very fundamental things. But I don't really like organic chemistry where I go through a lot of topics but not going very deep in each of them. On the other hand, I also put a lot of focus on the job variety I can get when I graduate. I know chem eng work in a lot of different fields. But I don't really know for material eng. So is chemical engineering a better choice of material science? Is it easier to transfer from chem eng to material eng or from material eng to chem eng? Or should I do chemistry? Can I specialised into chem eng or material eng if I do chemistry? Or can I do a PhD in material eng/chem eng if I have a chemistry degree? Or is there any more subject that I should also consider? PS: Am I able to specialise in nano if I do chem eng? Or am I able to do a PhD in nano if I have a chem eng degree? Or do the uni prefer material eng more when it comes to nano? Thank you very much.