Indian students are known to excel in business when given an opportunity. One of the most defining facts that support this ideology that has set in an adage of sorts in the Indian subcontinent is the often popularized topic of something called ‘Brain-Drain’. This topic is a theory of sorts, that supports the idea that the best minds in India get drifted into the stream of an international cesspool of talent which is often picked up by the most successful agencies around the world. And not to anyone’s surprise, many of these shining talents often find their origins rooted in the Indian lands.
Accepting the fact that there are endless career opportunities waiting just outside the crowded Indian marketplace, has been reason enough for many a family in India to send their young children abroad for higher studies and to complete their college education. It is an evident fact that Indian students have really lived up to their global reputation of being a beacon of knowledge by proving to be good leaders in every professional career path they take.
Indian parents realize that their children have a better chance to get global exposure if they are enrolled in an international university that can equip them with every possible weapon that might come in handy when out in the open, trying to make it big in the global market. They see it as something that can only prove to be beneficial for their bright future. It is like a promising study abroad plan has become the popular choice for many parents to ensure their children have a better future.
Some of the popular choices including the popular MBA program from one of the many reputed American universities, even the indisputable choices from the UK can give a student the coveted edge to propel their career plans a step or two ahead. Apart from the MBA programs, a student can specialize in available subjects during college like Commerce, Marketing, Finance, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship among many others.
However, study abroad decisions often face many challenges when planning for a sustainable career path. One of the worst enemies of a student packed for studying abroad? Student loan repayment! Taking the study abroad road has many obstacles to stop the student in his course but loan repayment can really be a bother when living and managing off a stipulated allowance in an unfamiliar place. Though the repayment period usually starts 6 months or a year after the course duration, saving for it right from the start should be the ideal plan for students. Managing the funds has always been one of the main concerns for students wanting to pursue further education.
Do not fret, as we at Avanse can help you with the financial hurdles that you come across. We believe that a student should get nothing but the best when it comes to their education. So get in touch with us, and we will see to it that you do not fall short of the financial support that you need.
We always aim to offer you competitive interest rates on your Avanse Education loan.
The rate of interest on your loan is calculated as: Interest Rate = Avanse Base Rate + Spread.
Our current Base Rate is 14.25% (WEF 01.05.2023).
The Spread is floating and is based on analysis of overall credit and course profiling.
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