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Mabey

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My question is, would the maths and physics course better prepare me for a PhD in theoretical physics or a similar field, or should I stay with the regular theoretical physics course. I've had a look at the future module choices myself, e.g. there is more GR in the fourth year for maths and physics, but obviously I don't really know what most of the modules actually entail since I'm only just starting.

here are the course structures for both courses(for the maths and physics one, go to the bottom of the pdf)

Maths and Physics: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/faculty.handbook/degrees/frameworks/fgc0.pdf

Theoretical Physics: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/faculty.handbook/degrees/frameworks/f344.pdf

Appreciate any help!