Sounds like you are the mature one in the family - I admire your openness with your parents despite their stubborn resolve to mould you to their way of thinking. Sadly, this is where you might be wasting your breath as you are not being respected for your view, and input toward your goals and aspirations is deemed 'non negotiable'. I sense your frustration and am sorry for your parent's insensitivity along with the impact it is having on your mental wellbeing.
Although I would agree they "know better" than you in life you have yet to encounter, your emotional distress clearly demonstrates a lack of compassion from them for how you feel or expect/deserve to be treated, irrespective of the demands placed upon you. In that regard at least, I would suggest they do not know better than you. However, you are still under your parent's dominion and thoughts of departure from this house (or anything beyond) would be ill-advised and potentially hazardous to your personal safety as well as being premature.
Perhaps consider this:
1> In 10 years, when you have secured some prestigious and high paid position, will you still curse the controlling behaviour of your parents toward you during these years?
2> Alternatively, if you abandon your studies altogether and live on the streets, will you ever long to have been prevented from doing so?
3> And finally, if you choose your own path and work to your best endeavour to pursue your studies/interests without confrontation, despite your parents' protestation and disapproval (as they will never be satisfied), will you feel empowered to develop the maturity and character you currently possess?
I guess what I am saying is that it is possible to respect your parents' best intentions without feeling compelled to meet them all the way. They want you to work hard, of course, as we live in a competitive world; but ask yourself, what is the future you seek and can you make allowance for your parents' overt enthusiasm for your talents as being just what concerned, loving, and delusional parents do? You can be the example of compassion for their shortcomings through offering empathy - they know no better, so much depends on how you respond.