I was admitted into Finance & Law in Duisenberg school of finance(DSF) in Netherlands and was awarded 50% scholarship(13000 euros) recently. However, since this is a brand new school and its reputation is still limitted, I'm not sure whether I should attend it. DSF declares that OVER 90% of its students will find full-time jobs within 3 months after graduation. It seems wonderful, if we take into account the serious Euro debt crisis and terrible economic circumstances across Europe.
Does anyone know about this school? Plz help me make a judgement, or elaborate the pros and cons of studying in Netherlands. Many thanks!
BTW, Duisenberg school of finance is named after the founder of Euros---Willem Frederik Duisenberg.