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    hi, i am planning to go to america recording school in calfiornia.

    i hear that i cannot get any financial aid from USA or UK.

    so i am looking at loan options.
    the schools i am considering are not on some eligibility lists of some lenders.

    the only one i have found is PNC bank and TERI international student loan, college loan i think its called.
    i just need to have a co-signer in america/US citizen.

    is the above loan the only one i can get? or are there other american lenders who help international students with loans?
    i guess i can get a loan from my own country, personal loan i imagine.

    are there any grants or scholarships i can look at? any good websites?

    thanks a bunch.

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    There are many banks, Citibank has a good program.
    This is my opinion and not legal advice.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jonboy View Post
      hi, i am planning to go to america recording school in calfiornia.

      i hear that i cannot get any financial aid from USA or UK.

      so i am looking at loan options.
      the schools i am considering are not on some eligibility lists of some lenders.

      the only one i have found is PNC bank and TERI international student loan, college loan i think its called.
      i just need to have a co-signer in america/US citizen.

      is the above loan the only one i can get? or are there other american lenders who help international students with loans?
      i guess i can get a loan from my own country, personal loan i imagine.

      are there any grants or scholarships i can look at? any good websites?

      thanks a bunch.
      Google Financial assistance for international students in USA, hope that will help! Many that I am aware of, you have to have a co-signer as Green Card Holder or US citizen. Good luck

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      • #4
        its good for those who are unable to pay their studies expenses , but the procedure to follow is little bit complicated ,

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        • #5
          I do not advise you to go into debt only if you are firmly confident in the future. Now and besides, there are many services that can help make money, at least you will have enough for a down payment. Yes, it takes time to get used to and understand what and how it works, but it will allow you to get a steady income in the long run. It’s up to you to decide, but you yourself think what will happen if you suddenly fail to return the money
          Last edited by ceci1073; 05-07-2020, 09:32 AM.

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