Indian Government Education Loan Schemes To Help Students Study Abroad : Interest Subsidy

1. Padho Pardesh What are the objectives of the Padho Pradesh Scheme? The objective of this scheme is to awards interest subsidy to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of the notified minority communities as declared in section 2(c) of National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992 so as to provide them better opportunities for higher education abroad and hence enhance their employability. What are the eligibility criteria of the Padho Pradesh Scheme? You should have secured admission in the approved courses at Masters level/Ph.D./M.Phil level abroad courses. You must…

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Education Loan for Abroad Education at the Lowest Interest Rate

With the increasing cost of higher education, more and more students are now considering studying overseas, and to cover the expenses for the same, the majority of students apply for an overseas education loan. Not only does an education loan help students in paying for their tuition fees but if chosen wisely an education loan also helps with other things like tax benefits and in building a good credit score. The overseas education loan market is flooded however there are certain financial institutions that offer an education loan at a…

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Education Abroad: Trends Expected in 2020

The science of the mind and human behaviour is known as psychology. It is interdisciplinary and overlaps with various fields such as social science, life science, and artificial intelligence. Psychology as a vocation in India has much potential. A career in Psychology in India is gaining importance, and its demand is on the rise. Choosing a career in Psychology has become one of the most popular career options for humanities students. It offers a myriad of career opportunities ranging from the medical field to a social worker or a counsellor in the educational…

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Seeking A Career Boost: What Is The Best Study Abroad Experience?

Previously in this blog, I have highlighted often quite surprising findings from the UK and also the European Commission, giving evidence about the various career advantages one gets from studying for some time abroad. A lot of research has been done about these benefits. Recently an American survey of 4500 graduates, conducted by the Institute for International Education (IIE) in Washington DC was published. It addressed this question: how much more do you benefit from a long (typically a year) study period abroad than a short one (typically 8 weeks)?…

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Five ways to earn money while studying abroad

Part-time job reduces the excess burden on parents. (Thinkstock image) While a good education abroad works wonders for an individual’s career prospects, it also ends up burning a large hole in their pocket. It is not always easy to ask for money back home from your parents, yet the experience of living with a low supply of funds can be excruciating. In such a scenario, looking for part-time jobs can emerge as the ideal choice, as it reduces the excess burden on parents while inculcating a sense of responsibility and…

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4 students receive Gilman scholarships to study abroad

Four UB students have won Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships, a significant increase in the number of UB students receiving this undergraduate award and an indication, UB administrators say, that the university’s new initiative to expand fellowship opportunities to more students is working. The four students, who will receive from $2,500 to $4,000 to study abroad, are Wanly Chen, a communication and media study major who will go to Singapore; Kelly Aldinger, a Spanish major who will study in Peru; Michael Pilgrom, a psychology major who will travel to the…

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