Hello. Let me introduce myself first. I am the undergraduate student studying the physics and electronic and communication engineering double degree course. This course is 5 years long, and this is the middle of the second semester of the second year. I have been thinking of transferring to electrical power engineering, because I like more "practical" than "theoretical" knowledge. Do not get me wrong,- I really enjoy studying physics, and I absolutely adore problem solving in theoretical physics, primarily electromagnetism and classical mechanics. However, I do not think that nowadays there are many career opportunities for theoretical physics, especially in Australia, where I am currently studying. I find studying some of the engineering units a bit "boring" compared to the physics, where the person can predict something mathematically, without doing the experiment. I feel that there is a huge difference between the level of difficulty of engineering and physics. The reasons that I want to transfer to a pure engineering is because: 1. It is more practical and applicable 2. It gives me more opportunities in terms of finding a job after the graduation 3. I do not need to do Masters and Phd degrees in order to become a professional in my field 4. I have financial limitations, and it is difficult for me and my parent to pay for my degree (in addition, I am an international student) The reasons why I want to stay and complete my physics and engineering degree: 1. I will have a strong mathematical background 2. I will be able to do statistical analysis, computing, programming 3. I will enjoy studying physics more than engineering 4. I will have different career opportunities after graduation (not necessarily in-demand jobs) I am looking forward to know what you guys can recommend me, for I cannot make a decision. As I have mentioned before, I have big financial difficulties at the moment, and I need to finish my degree as soon as possible. Thanks.