Most graduate school students are funded by loans and scholarships. The following information about student loans and scholarships will be most beneficial when it comes to financing graduate school.
Check the following terms related to your loan:
Here are a couple of websites that talk in detail about aid for financing graduate school:www.financialaidtips.org
***Key Point***Experts recommend 8-15% of projected income should not be exceeded when borrowing for school.
May be unavailable at some schools for graduate school.
Subsidized vs. unsubsidized. If exceptional need cannot be proven then a graduate student may be eligible only for the unsubsidized Stafford loans. Consequently, the student would have to cover the interest accruing on the loan once the loan is distributed.
AAMC MedLoans- Alternative Loan Program
Medical Access Loans- Access Group
MBASHARE-New England Loan Marketing Association-Nellie Mae
M.B.A. Loans/Tuition Loan Plan
Business Access Loan Program-Access Group
LawLoans-Bar Study Loan, Law Student Loan, Federal Stafford Loans
Law Access Loan-Access Group
Law SHARE-Nellie Mae
Private Student Loans
Signature Student Loan- Sallie Mae
Graduate Access Loan-Access Group
EXCEL Loan-Nellie Mae-cosigner required
CollegeReserve Loan-USA Group
American Express Alternative Loan- American Express/California Higher Education Loan Authority
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Last Updated: 10/01/2013