I intend to apply to European Master programs in theoretical physics. I don't have an undergraduate degree in physics.
My question is : Is an undergrad degree in physics absolutely required for admission ? Can I get admitted if I can demonstrate that I have the requisite background knowledge in physics and math ?
All the programs that I looked at explicitly state that an undergraduate degree in physics is a prerequisite for admission.
I took the physics GRE test , teached college level physics "TA" , worked as a research assistant in theoretical physics , attended graduate level courses , can provide letters of recommendations. However , my undergraduate degree is not in physics.