Well, this is almost a follow-up post to the yesterday’s post. Today, I submitted my application to the Reliance Fellowship at Stanford. I am feeling good with the overall application and I am quite optimistic. The only issue in the application could be “Financial Need” section. I accept that in […]
Okay Guys, What’s up? How is life going? I guess each one of us is anxiously looking forward to the upcoming admission session. Last week, Stanford GSB and HBS released their application essays for the 2012 batch. With hem, I guess all of us must be gearing up to put […]
Wondering where I have been all these days. Well, it was a real hectic 2 weeks. I was off to Delhi for a friend’s marriage and then went to the hometown for a minor surgical operation. I have been traveling a lot in train for all these days. The train […]
University of Chicago Booth announced No Co-Signer Loans for International Students in its official release. According to the University, ” The University of Chicago has signed a participation letter with the new International Student Loan Program (“ISLP”), which will provide loans requiring no co-signer to international students at the University […]
Goizueta Business School announced that it will be soon finalizing the No Co-Signer Loans for International Current and Admitted Students. The detailed information is at its website.
Chicago Booth has also now a loan program for the International Students wth no co-signer. Again, a very warm welcome news. Source: Chicago Univ.
Harvard, for the second time, is able to notch up a deal for loans for the International students. A very good welcome news. This deal is in addition to the JP Morgan Chase Loans and both of them does not require US co-signer. Source: HBS