1. ESTIMATE YOUR TOTAL COSTS The education system in Singapore follows high standards of quality and fosters excellence in its students. Offering various choices for pre-school, primary, secondary and tertiary education, it is worth taking a careful consideration at Singapore’s local schools. Not only do they provide a more affordable rate but they also set the bar for all the universities across the nation. Estimate how much you have to pay for the school fees, living expenses, and other miscellaneous.
As the cost of higher education catapult over the years, undergraduates around the world have one thing in common – they are susceptible to an enormous pile of debt. The Tuition Fee Loan Schemes and total student debt vary globally. For instance, in Japan, about US$5 billion in student debts were past due last 2011. In America, the college students’ debts summed to over US$1.2 trillion in 2013. Looking no further, in Singapore, one-third of the local students who graduated
Tertiary Education and Graduate Studies can be too costly especially to people who live by one cost at a time without any savings plan what so ever. On the other hand, just because a bank tells you that you are qualified and approved for an education loan does not mean taking it is a good idea. Here are 4 Things to Consider Before Applying For An Educational Loan: 1. EDUCATE YOURSELF Before applying for any education loan, it is tantamount
For many new parents, the cost of buying milk powder, toys and clothes seems to be the first thing that comes to the mind. There is one thing that most parents has overlooked – children’s tertiary education. Everyone has been through this stage of life and has obtained your Degree and Diploma. If your parents have funded your education, are you aware of how much it has costs? For those who funded your own education, i am sure you know