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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It's a similar story with tuition loans, which, on average, are about $30,000, or about the same amount as the average car loan.
Meanwhile, Bam Aquino, a former chair of the National Youth Commission, noted the irony of Tejada's unpaid tuition loan as the reason for her to succumb to the pressures of poverty.
On a related note, the average car loan is nearly $30,000, which is about equal to the average tuition loan.
The first step in creating one is to identify your essentials like mortgage or rent, car payments, tuition loans - and determine how much each of these expenses cost you per month.
The state could and should do more to support the State Loan Repayment Program (SLRP), which helps medical and behavioral health professionals with their tuition loans if they agree to stay and practice in the state for a certain length of time.
The Prime Minister is facing calls to slash the interest rate on tuition loans amid concern that universities are routinely charging the maximum PS9,250 a year.
The British Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria denied the information and claimed that tuition loans remained unaffected.
There are several hundred accredited colleges and universities who accept NTE credits and over 2,500 resources available online for students who use CCP's services to fulfill their degree requirements from learning how to apply for tuition loans to taking tuition free classes and earning college credits.
Top-quality training, a guaranteed job and avoiding tuition loans is a big carrot to dangle."
Who would be against a fund for coastal protection, or oil field cleanup, or breath alcohol testing, or college tuition loans?
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.