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Hello,

I want to apply for a Master's Program at Copenhagen University... but have no money! Where exactly do I start? I know very little about student loans in general, and especially little about them when studying internationally, especially at the graduate level. Do I need to talk to the University? How do direct to consumer loans work? Is it super difficult to get student loans?


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Post Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:03 am
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Master's Program at Copenhagen University


What is your undergrad major? Do you speak Danish - or will you take the English version of the curriculum?

One plan would be to live and work in Denmark for a few years first - and then use the employer/government plans to enter the Master/Phd program?
Post Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:31 pm
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A student loan is designed to help students pay for university tuition, books, and living expenses. It differs from other types of loans...
Post Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:00 am
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Your University is a great place to start to find a student loan! Try talking to an academic advisor and they can lead you in teh right direction! Good luck over there!!!
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This information is useful with me,thanks a lot!
Post Thu May 26, 2011 2:42 pm
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Talking with the financial aid office at the University is a great way to get started. They will tell you everything you need to have and how to qualify - Good luck!
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Student loans are at the lowest interest rates & also payable in very easy installments.
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@ Davaidcam34er I agree with you that student loans are having low interest rates. These loans are designed for student, that's why the interest rates are low.

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Are Student Loans available for correspondence students?? Smile
Post Fri Jun 17, 2011 6:42 am
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Two different types of students is ready to profit from international student loans. You may be a US resident and apply for a credit which supplies the mandatory revenue to learn abroad, or you may be a non-resident during United States and the American education system is the most acceptable opportunity for you to create up a thriving job abroad. Distant students who believe US school is his or her path to educational and professional achievement work out US education to be his or her most acceptable opportunity to a expert career.
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Student loans are one of the best ways to pay for college. Now, you should always try to exhaust all other options first—you know, the ones you don’t have to pay back. That is not to say student loans are not a great financial aid option. They’re fantastic, really, but you should always go for the free stuff first. Grants, scholarships and personal savings don’t need to be repaid, but often don’t cover all the necessary college costs.

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