TO loan or not to loan that's the question i m woneding for quite a while:confused:
VANarts animations school's tution fees is around 24000 which is quite expensive now i m thinking about should i apply to studen loan for that but i m not quite familiar with how student loan works in canada
before i used to pay tution fees myself in my previous college and highschool so should i do samemething for Vanarts or should i apply for student loan
i also heard applying for student loan is quite complicated process and there are chances u'll be under many debts if u don't go properly with process of student loan
also how do they collect tution fees in animation schools i mean do they collect partially in one or 3 months or do i have to pay 24000 tution fees at same time
I'm in school in the U.S. so I don't know how much help I can be. Typically you pay per semester/per credit, so you wouldn't need all the money up front, you get it in chunks. Get in touch with the schools financial aide office and they can fill you in on the details and process. If your parents are involved, whether paying or co-signing the loan, talk to them.
Here in the U.S., you have to fill out federal forms before any bank will process your loan and it's time consuming, but once it's done it's done. This reviews all your finances and parents if they're contributing.
If you're earning money or can afford to pay off some of your tuition now, by all means, keep your student loans as low as possible. I get a little tuition reimbursement from work and I use that to pay off a couple of classes per year. It will help in the long run.
When you talk to the financial aide office or bursar, find out about grants, fellowships and scholarships. You may be eligible.
Also, you can use some loan money for computers, programs and equipment - but this can add up quickly so approach with caution.
The UK lending institutions provides students’ loan facility to the students of UK. The bank or lending company looks at your total family income, income spent on the student, medical expenditures or any disability. The student will pay back the loan in monthly installments after the completion of the studies. There is a website www.loansnmortgages.co.uk which I was personally viewing to get the car loan. I think this will definitely help you in getting more info about students’ loan.
This is what the VanArts registrar and alumni are for, kiddo.
Call up, or visit the registrar and ask your questions. They'll probably direct you to the school financial person, if they themselves are not that person.
If they brush off the questions, then the school is not for you. ALL of the info you need should be at their fingertips.
The alumni serve a useful role in this too, because they have gone through the process and are now paying off their loans, hopefully by working in the industry they have trained for. You can get firsthand insight from them as to how much they got, how easy/hard it was and how much they have to pay back.
Tutition loans are pretty much the crossroad consideration for a aspiring talent, because if you emerge from school and cannot get work ( usually because you haven't developed the talent) you are stuck with paying off the loan while working at something other than what you planned.
You need to be clear about the repayment schedule--whether or not its going to be realistic. You will likely start working at a fairly low wage--depending on your talent---and that means you will not be able to pay a whole heckuva a lot on the loan.
The Lower Mainland area is expensive to live in and getting moreso by the year. I've known of a number of former animation students that had to abandon their fledging careers in animation and pursue other jobs simply to pay back their debts.
"We all grow older, we do not have to grow up"--Archie Goodwin ( 1937-1998)
There are plenty of options for student loans, and it all depends on the amount. Often students only need small amounts, and so there are many more options for this. The main thing here is to choose a proven source, and it will be very beneficial for you, and you won't lose your money. So I recommend small loans - https://fitmymoney.com/500-dollar-loan/.
mmm.. good tips
So how was that with loans? Did you manage to find something? I guess because you are so quiet they didn't provide what you had been looking for. Such a pity because I have some trouble too.
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