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So you’ve decided to do your masters; pat yourself on the back – you deserve it. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and an investment.
Whether you’ve applied to your dream universities or you already have your admit; it’s time to think about funding your studies. If you’re considering an educational loan, these are 11 important terms you must know before you begin the search for a international study loan lender. Skipping this step could cost you thousands of dollars and lock you into a long-term loan that doesn’t work for you.
2. Co-signer (also known as: co-borrower)
3. Early repayment penalties
5. Grace period (also known as: moratorium period)
6. Loan confirmation letter (also known as: sanction letter)
7. Loan tenure (also known as: loan duration or repayment cycle)
8. Margin money
9. Monthly payments (also known as: EMI)
10. Variable interest rates
11. Annual percentage rate (APR)
Finding the right international study loan for you
Now that you’ve got the lingo down, it’s time to start looking for a loan. Because this is a big financial decision which impacts your future, it’s critical to explore every available option. That means you should check out:
Prodigy Finance has extended over 13,900 students to borrow approximately $693 million for their education. Prodigy Finance doesn’t require (or accept) collateral, co-signers or margin money. There are no early repayment penalties and only a single admin fee (no other fees will be charged as long as your account remains in good standing).
Want to learn more about Prodigy Finance loans?
Prodigy Finance offers international student loans for engineering, business, law, public policy and health science masters degrees at top universities in the US and around the world. See what Prodigy Finance has to offer you. Get a commitment-free quote in under 30 minutes. Apply now
This article is a part of Prodigy Finance's FinLit series of webinars and blog articles. Read the rest of the articles here:
Anirudh Jain: I would never recommend anyone to go ahead and get a loan from Prodigy, as they give loans in USD which is way more expensive. Think in 2016 the people who took loan, at that time 1 USD was equivalent to 65 and now 76, if they are replying now they have to spend fewer dollars to repay the Indian loans. Here is an interesting video on the same: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwTS7sMBacE
You can know more about education loans here: https://www.gyandhan.com/study-abroad-education-loans
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