Hello, I am new to this forum. My question regards pursuing a second undergraduate degree. As a brief introduction, I am due to graduate with an undergraduate degree in physics. Unfortunately though, due to various circumstances, the classification is insufficient for the entry requirements of the graduate theoretical physics programs that I am interested in. Hence, I am seriously considering a second undergraduate degree in mathematics, since it is of greater relevance to modern theoretical physics, it seems, than an undergraduate physics degree. However, owing to the tuition fee increase, neither I nor my immediate family can afford the money necessary for a second undergraduate degree in the country I reside in (UK). The only option remaining is to look abroad to do an undergraduate degree in mathematics, particularly those institutions in the European Economic Area, where many have tuition fees that are substantially lower than their equivalents in the UK. In addition, many institutions have the benefit of offering their courses taught in English. Could any members of this forum who were/are students that did/are doing what I plan to do or anybody else who know such people offer any advice? I would greatly appreciate this. Finally, I ask that replies do not digress toward to the matter of my first undergraduate degree, unless it is relevant to the application procedure for a second undergraduate degree in mathematics. Indeed, for those currently in academia who might reply to this; if the classification of my undergraduate degree in physics will disadvantage me in any way in applying for a graduate theoretical physics program, regardless of the classification of a subsequent undergraduate degree in mathematics, I would appreciate any knowledge or experience on this issue. Thank you.