Hi guys and girls I have the following problem: I can't decide where I want to study physics (undergraduate). I've got unconditional offers from Imperial College London for MSci Physics and Theoretical Physics and one from ETH Zurich for Mathematics/Physics (Bachelor/Master; ETH Zurich = Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich). I can still change from MSci to BSci at Imperial. I am really interested in theoretical physics and particle physics (have written a thesis in QFT a year ago) and considering doing a PhD in this field (but don't know at which university yet; maybe continental Europe, in the UK or in the US) I am not Swiss and it takes me about the same time to get from my home to Zurich as to London (which means that I have to move regardless of which university I choose). I know that both are very good universities, but they have very different teaching styles and support by staff. I don't know how it is handled at ETH, but there is very good support at Imperial (like having a personal tutor). There are more interesting lectures and more freedom in choosing them at ETH (3rd and 4th year) than at IC. But I think IC is better for my future because it is more know around the world (or how is the reputation of ETH?). What do you think or can tell me about both universities?