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Help - Financing my MBA [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2008, 23:59
I received the admit from Oxford (SBS) but am unable to get the finance to enrol!
I had earlier received the admit from Cranfield, got some scholarship as well and could have managed to get the loan from the HSBC(with which Cranfield had a tie-up).
It was then that I received the admit from Oxford and let go the opportunity to enrol at Cranfield.
I am from India and none of the bank/institution is willing to provide loan without collateral security (I don't have any collateral to offer).
I had been initially banking on one of the 5 Skoll Foundation Scholarships awarded at Oxford (I had strong background, making me one of the more eligible applicants - but, perhaps, I was too optimistic!). It has been informed that after Round 1 admission (I am the admit from R2), only one scholarship is remaining! Oxford has some arrangements with Barclays, but Barclays is not very positive on the loan!
I don't know what to do?
Any idea to help finance my MBA?
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Re: Help - Financing my MBA [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2008, 00:09
I don't know whether you have already tried this, but did you try speaking to the ad-com people and telling them of your predicament. Also, why don't you talk to some of the Indian students at Oxford? They might be able to offer some insights on financing...
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Re: Help - Financing my MBA   [#permalink] 19 Apr 2008, 00:09
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