I have completed a bachelor in electrical engineering. Because of my interest in physics I have decided to move to applied physics and I have been accepted for a Master program ''Physical Energy and measurement engineering'' from a prestigious technical university in Europe, of course with some equivalence courses to take in addition. I had good results on my Physics classes but the thing is that I feel that I need a deeper physics and mathematics foundation to follow the given program which normally requires a bachelor in ''applied physics''. This is also because the University I want to go is a very higher class compared to my first one. I have a 6 month period of free time before my master prog begins to prepare and I want to construct an intensive physics and mathematics self study program to follow. Any help and suggestions is welcomed an appreciated. Thank you!