I'd like to start with myself. I'm planning to transfer my studies to a German university. My objective is to become an astrophysicist. I want to have my Bachelor's in mathematics, Master's in physics (astrophysics or particle) and PhD in astrophysics.
I found a university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule) in Mittweida, Saxony. It offers a free, English course in applied mathematics, and the curriculum looks similar to that of any math course (although there are some differences depending on the universities, this is why I added the curriculum for you to review as well, I think you would know it better).
I am aware of the general differences between an FH and a Universtät in Germany, and that the recognition of a German FH degree depends on the university one is going to apply for a Master's degree. (e.g.: UCLA doesn't consider a FH degree as eligible, whereas the University of Edinburgh does)
What I wanted to know is, would an Applied Mathematics diploma create any obstacles in my way to obtaining a Master's degree in Physics?
Also, as mentioned in the 3rd paragraph, I am aware of the general difference; but to get more specific, how much would Applied Maths education at a FH differ from the same subject at a Universtät?