Swiss universities

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Hi,

I´m planning to apply to some swiss universities so if there is anyone familiar with Swedish universities who can tell me.
Where to go for theoretical physics, Lund or Uppsala?

Thakx
 
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Sorry, not entirely related to the post, but thought I should point out that Swiss means from Switzerland and those two universities are in Sweden
 
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sorry i confuse them, any help in how can i edit the title?
 
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I know people who have studied or are studying theoretical physics at both universities and from that I get the feeling that the university in Uppsala is more known for their program in theoretical physics than the university in Lund. Lund I think is more famous for its research into nanotechnology for example and is therefore better suited if you want to become an experimental physicist. This is my opinion of course and if you want to study in Sweden, you better get your geography right ;) If you do end up in Switzerland I can recommend the ETH or the EPFL, which are both ranked highly for their programs in physics
 
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