First, a bit about myself. As a future career I would like to work in the robotics industry or aerospace, building stuff. Unfortunately I failed to secure a BE position at the intended university. So I'm doing BSc Physics and Comp Sci double major. This university will be taking in 30 people in the second semester for BE and speaking of numbers, apparently around 350 to 400 (highest ever) people will be going for it. Thats equivalent to the second year med entry rate which is around 8% (same university). GPA wise around A average to get in. I've seen first year engineering work and I find them interesting and urge to solve them, where as current BSc physics does not really interest me. Comp Sci has been alright so far. Pretty easy and bit boring. But will get much harder. I’m a realist, based on current academic performance its unlikely that I will get in. So at this point (on mid semester break) I’m unsure whether to continue doing BSc double major or move university if I fail to secure a position. Unfortunately other universities do not have the specialisation I want: Engineering Science or Mechatronics. Is doing physics really dead end? I hear a lot that you have to do masters to get a job. Also if I wanted to be in robotics or aerospace industry building stuff I am sure I will be better off having a BE but that road just seems way too tough… TL;DR: I want to work in robotics and aerospace industry, failed to secure BE position, doing BSc Physics and Comp Sci double major. If fail to transfer to engineering, should I move uni and do engineering (doesn't have specialisation I want: Mechatronics, Engi Science) or continue on doing double major.