Wednesday 29 November 2006

Student Loans

It's generally accepted that, provided you choose the right school and qualification, higher education can be a good long-term investment. The problem is, it can require a substantial amount of money at a time when you are not earning much, if anything, and you probably do not have an accumulation of savings to draw upon. For this reason student loans are often required, and you may also be interested in a Private Student Loan from

Undergraduates and graduates can borrow annually up to the full cost of expenses (less any financial aid received) or $40,000 (whichever is the lesser amount) from Even if you're not shopping around for a private student loan, their website also has some useful information on:
* Student Loan Advice
* Financial Aid Tutorial
* Scholarship Search
* Compare Loans
* Tools and Resources
* Directory of Schools

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