NA, Germany or UK for MA Physics? Watch

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Hi, I was just wondering in the field of Engineering Physics/Applied Physics, which country would be worth studying for a Master's Degree? I am a North American studying at UC Berkeley and wondering if there are major advantages/disadvantages to getting a Master's in UK or Germany.

I'm looking for a uni with a similar level as my UC if anyone has experience and could help me out.

My GPA is above 3.60 and I'm considering ETH Zurich, Oxbridge, or MIT/Stanford/Berkeley again.

I'm considering quantum computing work or work at CERN/Fermilab.
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