What postgraduate course would be most relevant (Aerospace eng students--> Physics) Watch

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Hey guys,
I am currently on the third year of a masters of Aerospace engineering at the University of Bristol and am actively thinking about what I really want to do after my graduation. The thing is I am very interested in physics and space related subjects and my ultimate goal would be to work on advanced propulsion methods or spacecraft related technologies suchas, although still at the proof of concept stage, the alcubierre machine being developed by NASA and Harold White. Hence, I figured that to complete my education in the best and most relevant way towards what I really enjoy and want to do would be to continue on a Masters of Physics (Not interested in doing a PhD). I know physics are a very wide domain of Science and therefore I was wondering if anyone could tell me what kind of specialisation or degree I could take as a postgraduate and in which universities taking into account I would come from an Aero Engineering degree.
Any help would be great !
Thanks a lot

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