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                              Studying at a large university abroad is not just fashion or something reserved for those with deep pockets. All of this is due to the growing appeal of international work and lifestyle, rising middle-class capacity, and growing student support options.

                                                                           
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The epidemic does not seem to have reduced India to being the second-largest exporter of students in various countries. According to the release of the Community App in January 2020, the number of foreign student applicants increased by 10 percent (while Indian applicants increased by 28 percent) compared to the 2019-2020 rates.


Financial support

By the opinion of opendoorsdata.org, more than 85 percent of all foreign students choose to start their studies abroad. Some students choose to enter the family savings and property to support their education, at least partially, and cover the remaining with bursaries and part-time jobs. But this leaves the whole family at risk without plan B.


Many banks, public and private, and NBFCs offer educational loans compared to a mortgage. This approach is both formal and informal and has as many benefits as tax-saving benefits. Loan repayments usually kick off six months after graduation, whether you have a job or not, and must be repaid within seven years of graduation. Therefore, this is a factor that students should consider before signing up for one.


The difference between banks and NBFCs is that banks typically cover 85-90 percent of costs such as tuition, accommodation, travel, and laboratory fees, while NBFCs offer 100 percent Cost of Attendance (CoA). Similarly, banks may also have higher restrictions on approved loans at as much as 20-30 Lakhs, depending on the subject and university you choose. NBFCs do not have such a fund as the loan amount. However, banks can also offer women's prices, which NBFCs do not.


Collateral free loans

Another option is to choose a secure education loan offered by many financial institutions that do not require collateral. This is provided depending on your financial situation, for example, your credit score. However, as this is risky for the lender, it can be tedious and expensive as you may not be charged high interest on the same loan amount. Students may also not receive reasonable payment terms for the same reason. almost all banks and NBFCs need you to pay interest while you study.


International Financial Institutions

Trending options among students are academic loans from international financial institutions. They can offer loans in foreign currency with or without collateral. They calculate interest rates based on future loan repayment opportunities rather than historical data, which is why they can also offer lower interest rates than banks or NBFCs.


SIP Investments

A comprehensive investment plan (SIP) is a great way to invest and save earning professionals. The range of investments is based on the discretion of the candidate to allow for flexibility. SIPs have received many accolades over the years in the field of financing the educational efforts of graduates.

The main thing to remember is that every student is different. Therefore, it is important to weigh the pros and cons of each option before proceeding further. Being part of a community of both aspiring and like-minded students can help close the gap between resources and real-life, thus reducing informed decisions!


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