Hello all. As a Singaporean who has just received his 'A' level results, I am currently wondering if the NUS Physics faculty has a good reputation globally. An online search seemed to show that it stood around the mid region overall (ranked 30 or so). The question that bothers me is whether or not going to NUS will limit my options for study. My dream career is to become a lecturer/teacher in a University and teach Physics to undergraduate students(or maybe graduate students as well?). The main concern is whether or not I will be able to continue with graduate studies after my undergraduate period, as it seems if I go for a Bachelor of Science with Honors I will have to specialize in either Astrophysics or Physics-in-Technology(these are the only 2 offered it seems?). I haven't exactly decided what field I wish to specialize in and plan to use my undergraduate days to expose myself to the different areas of Physics(as of now, I believe my area of interest is Fundamental Particle Physics and Quantum Mechanics, but I should learn more about all the other fields of Physics before deciding so hastily), and then specialize during my graduate studies. To summarize, if my choice of specialization is not offered in NUS after I graduate, will I be able to continue graduate studies in an overseas university under a scholarship if I do well enough? And what are the chances that I will be able to secure a teaching job at a university after say, I obtain a Ph.D.? Here is the link to the Physics Faculty at NUS: B.Sc and B.Sc(Hons): http://www.physics.nus.edu.sg/corporate/student/ugrad_course0910.html" [Broken] On a side note, if anyone has anything to add about how life is like as a University Lecturer/Teacher, it will be most helpful!