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Funding MBA for an internation aspirant

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New post 18 Aug 2009, 20:57
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How much US or Europeans schools help an internation student in funding his MBA......I am really skeptical about it because of which I am limiting my scope to Indian and asian schools which are far low cost

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All schools have tie up with the local banks to fund international students but they fall in two categories

1) Without a co-applicant- you can get this type of loan without any co-applicant
2) With a Green Card/Citizen co-applicant - you can get this type of loan with the signature of a green card or a citizen with good credit score.

Most of the schools call in the type 2 category, thanks to recent financial turmoil.

Recently I have been seeing some of the euproean/asian schools tie up with local indian banks for loans,as these schools are cheaper and 1 year course.

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Hi mates,

the following link was posted in somewhere around here

http://blog.clearadmit.com/2009/05/scho ... scorecard/

I think it could be helpful

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New post 20 Aug 2009, 14:43
JohnLewis1980 wrote:
Hi mates,

the following link was posted in somewhere around here

http://blog.clearadmit.com/2009/05/scho ... scorecard/

I think it could be helpful

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