if we talk about loans and scholarships so we have to avail loans on our name or can avail it on our parents name too and how can i get a decent scholarship which would help?

I want to know about the scholarships and loans I got less grades in my 10 and avg in My 12th and is pursuing my ug degree with decent grades. i want to pursue my master's degree from foreign is it possible

Asked by Sanskriti Mehta almost 2 years ago

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Shrikant Goyal

Shrikant Goyal

Founder at WALT INDIA

Students may include their parents or legal guardians as co-applicants when applying for a loan. In short, the primary borrower is the incoming student. An applicant's co-applicant may be a parent, spouse, or sibling. Students who want to pursue higher education abroad may be eligible for such loans.

Here are a few steps that will help you get a decent scholarship: 

Identifying a scholarship to study abroad is the first step in getting one. Next, find out whether any subject-specific scholarships are available from the university or inquire about international scholarships.

Once you've spotted a scholarship, confirm that you are eligible. Check and double-check the requirements before applying for a scholarship because there is no sense unless you meet them.

Research the scholarship and its provider as soon as you find one for which you are eligible. Then, find out what they are looking for in candidates. For example, are they interested in younger candidates with a flair for entrepreneurship? Or maybe they are seeking candidates with strong ties to a charity?

Prove Yourself
Now is the time to sit down with a pen and paper and complete the application. Use the research you've already done as a checklist to check off everything the scholarship provider is looking for, and then provide supporting information for each item.

It's unlikely that you'll get the first scholarship you apply for, so applying for multiple positions at once is a good idea. Remember that the huge scholarships are quite competitive, so don't pin all your expectations on them.

Divya Rastogi

Divya Rastogi

MentR-Me Team

 Financing your education abroad through loans and scholarships is a common concern for many students. Here's what you need to know:

Loans: While some loan providers may require you to avail loans in your name, others may allow you to apply with a co-signer, such as a parent or guardian. This can be advantageous if you have limited credit history or income. Be sure to compare loan options, including interest rates, repayment terms, and eligibility requirements, to find the best fit for your financial situation.
Scholarships: Scholarships are an excellent way to offset the cost of studying abroad. To increase your chances of receiving a scholarship, start your search early and explore a variety of scholarship opportunities. Look for scholarships offered by universities, government organizations, private foundations, and international agencies. Pay close attention to eligibility criteria and application deadlines, and submit well-prepared applications that highlight your academic achievements, leadership abilities, and extracurricular involvement. Additionally, consider reaching out to your intended university's financial aid office for information on institutional scholarships and funding opportunities specifically available to international students.
By exploring both loan and scholarship options, you can create a comprehensive financial plan to support your study abroad journey.



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