Hello! I am studying Physics and Electronic and Communications Engineering double major. I really enjoy studying physics, and find it fascinating to manipulate difficult formulas that describe natural phenomena. However, I am concerned that there are far more engineering jobs out there than physics research jobs. My intentions at the moment is to pursue the postgraduate degree in theoretical or applied physics (I am finishing my third year at university). However, I am concerned about the fact that I will not be able to find a well-paid job, as opposed to engineering. I would like to know whether there is a huge difference between engineering and physics postgraduate courses at universities, whether mathematical physics dominates astrophysics in terms of research and the number of job positions, and what universities you can suggest for electrical/electronic/power engineering and physics which provide financial support for international students, and requirements for entering these universities. Also, is it beneficial for engineers to go to postgraduate courses, or it is better to gain the industry (practical) experience?