Hi! I'm currently in 12th grade here in Hungary (= last year of high school), and have to decide which university I want to go to, and which course I want to take. I'm mainly interested in physics and a bit less in biology, programming and math. Don't get me wrong I like those as well, but if I had to chose just one it'd be physics. Anyway, I heard that there's a greater future for molecular bionics, so I should go there; but then again, molecular bionics doesn't have as much physics in it as mechatronics, and I'd regret that very much. So please, if anyone has any suggestions as to which one I should chose and why, that'd be very much appreciated. Also, perhaps there are alternatives? I was thinking about starting one, and starting the other half a year / a year later, and doing them parallel. Would that be worth it? I mean does having both degrees really give a much bigger advantage in getting good jobs than just one? Unfortunately I only get to go to one of the for free. Or perhaps I could go to bionics and study extra physics on my own? I'm not so sure about the depth of that studying... Thanks in advance, -Tusike PS: Sorry for my english, e.g. by "course" I mean like a field to get a job in as in the two mentioned in the topic.