I am 24 years old, from Argentina. Next year I will finish my 6-year degree in physics from the University of Buenos Aires (We've been told that it is equivalent to a master's degree, but maybe is just a bit less).
My dream for years now has been to become an astronaut, so my question is: Which universities should I be applying to for a PhD program in Space Technologu (aerospace or applied physics) coming from a non-engineering background?
I have European citizenship, so applying to the ESA would be the end goal, but would I be accepted given my background and age?
Edit: my ideas of what to do with my future are still really vague, thank you all for the advice and I wil probably ask a few questions in a few months.