Interest Rate Questions for International Student Loans
December 24th, 2012 by Jennifer Frankel

As the cost of higher education in the United States continues to rise, more international students than ever are looking for assistance when it comes to financing their higher education goals. As a result, while personal savings (self-financing) and scholarships (financial aid) remain the two most widely-used ways for such students to pay for college in the US, more international students than ever are turning to international student loans. International student loans, much like any other loan, represent a legally binding agreement with long-term consequences and should not be entered into lightly. Thus, potential borrowers should make sure they understand the terms and conditions of what they are signing. Here are a few questions (and answers) that may help: Read the rest of this entry »

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