Sir my family can't afford aborod fees so I how can I get student study loan?

Asked by Anjali Sharma almost 2 years ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

You can’t get an education loan that covers 100% of your expenses. An education loan will only cover your tuition fees and not other expenses like accommodation, travel, healthcare etc. But even if it covers just your tuition fee it will be of great benefit. Before you assume it to be too much of a hassle and think about already dropping the idea, I have created a list of banks that provide an easy education loan: 

HDFC Bank - up to Rs45 Lakhs

State Bank - up to Rs1.5 Crore

IDBI Bank - up to Rs 20 Lakhs

Punjab Bank - up to Rs 25 Lakhs

Sind Bank - up to Rs 20 Lakhs 


All these banks provide a very easy loan process, provided that all your documentation is complete and authentic. Any discrepancy can lead to your loan application being rejected. But apart from this, trust me the process is very efficient and less time-consuming. 

If you are still confused and want more details on how to apply for a loan, what documents would be required etc., you should directly get in touch with experts for FREE. They will help you with all the information that you need and guide you through the complete loan process. 

Let me know if this helped and if you want any more information from my end. 

Divya Rastogi

Divya Rastogi

MentR-Me Team

Understanding your concern about funding an education abroad, it’s important to explore all avenues for financial assistance. Student loans are a common solution, and there are several steps you can take to secure one. First, check with local banks and financial institutions in your country about education loans for students studying abroad. These loans typically cover tuition fees, travel, and living expenses.

Next, investigate international student loans offered by banks or financial entities in the destination country. Some countries have loan programs specifically for international students. For example, in the U.S., some private lenders offer student loans to international students if they have a U.S.-based cosigner.

Additionally, it's worthwhile to reach out to the financial aid office of the university where you plan to study. They often have comprehensive information on scholarships, grants, and student loan options available for international students.

Lastly, explore scholarship opportunities. Many organizations and foundations offer scholarships based on merit, need, or specific criteria related to your field of study or background. Websites like or the DAAD (for studies in Germany) can be helpful resources.


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