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How can I apply for a US or Canada study loan as an international student?
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Applying for a study loan as an international student for studies in the U.S. or Canada involves several steps. The process can vary slightly depending on the country you are applying to, the institution, and the loan provider.

 

Here is a general guide to help you navigate the process:

 

1. Research and Choose Your School: Before applying for a loan, you need to be accepted into a U.S. institution that is eligible for international student loans.

 

2. Understand Your Costs: Calculate the total cost of your education, including tuition, room and board, books, and other living expenses.

 

3. Search for International Student Loans:
   - Federal Loans: As an international student, you might not be eligible for U.S. federal student loans, but it’s worth checking if you have specific circumstances, such as being a permanent resident or having a U.S. co-signer.
   - Private Loans: Many private lenders in the U.S. offer loans to international students. You will usually need a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident with good credit.

 

4. Compare Loan Offers: Look at interest rates, repayment terms, and borrower benefits. Use loan comparison tools available online to help you decide.

 

5. Application Process: Once you've selected a lender, you will need to apply directly through them. This process typically involves providing financial information, your admission letter, and details about your co-signer if required.

 

6. Certification by Your School: Your chosen lender will often require your school to certify your loan. This process confirms your enrollment and ensures the loan amount does not exceed your school’s calculated cost of attendance.

 

7. Receive Your Funds: Loan funds are usually disbursed directly to your school. Any excess funds after tuition and fees are paid will be given to you for other expenses.

 

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