student loan

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The amount of financial obligations or monies owed—with accruing interest—to various parties by a medical student, usually understood to mean at the time of graduation from medical school

student loan

Medical student debt, see there.
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Students who study engineering, law and economics earn the most, while those doing tourism, art and design and sociology may struggle to pay off tuition loans.
However the idea that tuition loans should be meanstested is sure to upset many parents.
She also cited a study by student loan agency NellieMae that found "graduating seniors average more than $20,000 in tuition loans, combined with credit card debt which students often amass in their efforts to meet college expenses.
We also provide tuition loans to internationally trained workers so they can get their Canadian accreditation in their profession.
Furthermore, the article states, Moody's bond-rating agency reports that the number of parents across the country re questing at least a year's postponement in repaying federally financed tuition loans has doubled in the last 12 months.
An offer of tuition loans to be forgiven after five years of teaching should be used to attract young people to the profession.
Mr Benn's fellow left-winger Dennis Canavan was roused to real anger by David Blunkett's statement on tuition loans for students.
BCA Financial offers an umbrella of financial products and services, including relocation services, mortgages, insurance and investment services, health and wellness benefits, retirement products, including annuities, college tuition loans, and long-term healthcare.
With little training in how to actually practice law and often owing in excess of $100,000 in tuition loans alone, many graduates bitterly complain that their third- and fourth-tier ABA law schools did nothing to help advance their careers other than confer upon them a near worthless - but very expensive - degree.
Upon graduation, many students simply cannot find a job for which they have been trained, and are left with the burden of tuition loans they cannot pay.
This could include offering dental students conditional bursaries or writing off student tuition loans in return for a set number of years' work in Wales.
An offer to forgive tuition loans after five years of teaching should be used to attract young people to the profession.