Particle physics with an Engineering degree? (was: Elementary Particles Presented)

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Hi, I am B.E. Mechanical Engg. candidate. But i am crazy about particle physics. I want to do research in atomic and particle physics. Can anyone guide me how to get into research since I dont have physics as my graduate degree. I know i have to do msc and phd but can anyone give guidance which universities accept mech graduates. Any universities providing an integrated MSc-PHD course and scholarships for students.
I want to do in abroad to gain more exposure.

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Sarv
 

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What does "abroad" mean in your case? That is, where are you now?
 

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