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I want to study abroad but I do not have enough money. What can I do?


I want to study abroad but I do not have enough money. What can I do?

For students with financial issues, following are few tips to help you to plan your finances:

#1. Always find out if scholarships are available to students by the universities you have shortlisted

#2. Find out the extent of education loans that are available and can be borrowed for that particular program / course

#3. Get thorough information about the loan you are going to borrow, compare the interest rates and the span of repay that it offers.

# 4. Plan your personal and professional finances for the next 5 years accordingly

# 5. Evaluate job prospects, ROI, starting packages after completion of the programs, because repaying the education loan is the most important responsibility after you start working

# 6. Talk to your parents if they are going to sponsor your education without a loan

# 7. At all times keep organised and handy all the financial documents and verification to submit to the concerned authorities if required

# 8. Also, before taking admission find out if the universities and the country you are going to allow students to work, if assistant-ships or intern-ships are available.

# 9. It is highly advisable to work while you study so as to recover daily living expenses and reduce the loan burden.

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