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08/24/2020 at 10:51AM

Which school is good for PhD of physics?

Now I'm studying physics ( 2nd year honours)

I wanna study physics at abroad

Plz recommend country that suitable with me

Sorry for my low eng skill .

Now I'm trying to improve .

Thank u for reading my Q and hope u guy answer it.

@DebaterMAX08/24/2020 at 12:48PM

This is an undergrad admissions site. We can’t really help with Masters and PhDs. A google search would be the best bet.

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3 answers

08/24/2020 at 01:22PM

None of us will really be able to help you since this is only for high school students applying to college as a first year student. As for countries, really you could study anywhere, but I recommend the US, UK, Canada, and any country where you speak the native language.

@DebaterMAX08/24/2020 at 01:55PM

Also Australia is a fairly decent option especially if you are from Asia

08/24/2020 at 10:48PM

This is aimed at undergrad students, not graduate students. With that being said.


- UC Berkeley

- Harvard


- Stanford

- Princeton

- CalTech

United Kingdom:

- University of Cambridge

- Oxford University

- Imperial College London

08/24/2020 at 12:51PM

There are many good physics schools in the U.S. (I'm assuming youre not from the U.S. based on your english). Some great schools are Caltech, MIT, Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, UC Berkeley, Cornell