Mathematical physics / physics graduate programs

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I searched for topics on relevant past questions but I didn't find any, so I hope you guys can help me.

I'd like to get some suggestions of good graduate programs (master degree) in mathematical physics or theoretical physics (and here I'm pushing the envelope a bit) with a focus on research and friendly to international students in terms of scholarships.

Canada, Switzerland and Germany look alright as viable options but I haven't found graduate programs which fit well into that description, so institutions placed on those countries are preferred, although I'm open to suggestions.

I consider myself quite independent for studying and conducting research so a graduate program fostering that would be great.

Thanks in advance.

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I'm also interested in a list of schools for Mathematical Physics in the United States.

I know of the University of Central Florida but I'm not getting a whole lot of other results.

I looking to study energy, primarily alternative energies.
 

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