As graduation nears I am looking more toward masters degrees in finance MSF. I had previously been looking exclusively into US programs(Vanderbilt, Villanova, etc). However, i am nervous that MSF is still relatively unknown here. I am now considering schools like Warwick & Rotterdam for a European MSF. I know these will not help for trying to come back to US immediately but I would be willing to spend a couple years abroad and then transfer, is this a good idea?
So just a few Q's:
I have not much experience in researching European masters but are these specifically recruited for in the way US firms recruit at the undergrad level?
What are some other quality MSF programs that will give me access to UK,NL, and other English speaking countries, keeping in mind I don't have finance experience and do not want a financial engineering degree?
How does Tuition and funding work for international students and how difficult is it for an American to secure a position in the UK or the Netherlands in terms of work permit and recruiting preference?
Thanks in advanced everyone.