Student loan

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A student loan is a type of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and the associated fees, such as tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses.wikipedia
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Government-sponsored enterprise

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In the United States, there are two types of student loans: federal loans sponsored by the federal government and private student loans, which broadly includes state-affiliated nonprofits and institutional loans provided by schools.
The desired effect of the GSEs is to enhance the availability and reduce the cost of credit to the targeted borrowing sectors primarily by reducing the risk of capital losses to investors: agriculture, home finance and education.

Higher education bubble in the United States

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According to the claim, generally associated with fiscal conservatives, although college tuition payments are rising, the supply of college graduates in many fields of study is exceeding the demand for their skills, which aggravates graduate unemployment and underemployment, which increases the burden of student loan defaults on financial institutions and taxpayers.

Student debt

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The lent amount, often referred to as a student loan or the debts may be owed to the school (or the bank) if the student has dropped classes and withdrawn from the school, or if the student has graduated but is underemployed.

Tuition payments

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A student loan is a type of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and the associated fees, such as tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses.
Countries such as South Africa, the United States and the United Kingdom have “up-front tuition policies." These policies generally include a tuition fee that is large enough to give parents or guardians "a responsibility to cover some portion of their children’s higher education costs." This responsibility can make it difficult for a low-income student to attend college without requiring a grant or one or more loans.

Sallie Mae

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The biggest lenders, Sallie Mae and Nelnet, are frequently criticized by borrowers.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, raised similar concerns about possible student loan redlining in June 2007.

Loan

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A student loan is a type of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and the associated fees, such as tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses.

Higher education

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A student loan is a type of loan designed to help students pay for post-secondary education and the associated fees, such as tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses.

Australia

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Tertiary student places in Australia are usually funded through the HECS-HELP scheme.

Tertiary education fees in Australia

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Tertiary student places in Australia are usually funded through the HECS-HELP scheme.

Travel visa

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The scheme is available to citizens and permanent humanitarian visa holders.

Indigenous Australians

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Special assistance is available to indigenous students.

British Columbia

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The province of British Columbia allows the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia to withhold issuance or renewal of driver's license to those with delinquent student loan repayments or child support payments or unpaid court fines.

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia

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The province of British Columbia allows the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia to withhold issuance or renewal of driver's license to those with delinquent student loan repayments or child support payments or unpaid court fines.

Fine (penalty)

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The province of British Columbia allows the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia to withhold issuance or renewal of driver's license to those with delinquent student loan repayments or child support payments or unpaid court fines.

State Bank of India

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The Indian government has launched a website, vidyalakshmi, for students seeking educational loans and five banks including SBI, IDBI Bank and Bank of India have integrated their system with the portal.

IDBI Bank

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The Indian government has launched a website, vidyalakshmi, for students seeking educational loans and five banks including SBI, IDBI Bank and Bank of India have integrated their system with the portal.

Bank of India

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The Indian government has launched a website, vidyalakshmi, for students seeking educational loans and five banks including SBI, IDBI Bank and Bank of India have integrated their system with the portal.

South Korea

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South Korea's student loans are managed by the Korea Student Aid Foundation (KOSAF) which was established in May 2009.

United Kingdom

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Student loans in the United Kingdom are primarily provided by the state-owned Student Loans Company.

Student Loans Company

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Student loans in the United Kingdom are primarily provided by the state-owned Student Loans Company.

Fiscal year

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Interest begins to accumulate on each loan payment as soon as the student receives it, but repayment is not required until the start of the next tax year after the student completes (or abandons) their education.

HM Revenue and Customs

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Since 1998, repayments have been collected by HMRC via the tax system, and are calculated based on the borrower's current level of income.