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How safe is it to take study loans from banks for studying in New Zealand?
Asked by: emfahh
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Posted on Wed, 19 Nov 2008 11:27:36 GMT
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I want to study in New Zealand but I donít have enough money to fund my education. So I have thought of taking a student loan from a bank in India. But I have to start repaying it one year after completing my course. But I donít know whether Iíll be able to repay it or not. So could you please tell me whether Iíll be able to get a job in New Zealand within one year after completing my studies? Whatís the normal condition over there? Iíve done B.E. in Information Technology. I want to do higher studies in the same field. Please advise me.
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I canít suggest you to take a student loan until you are confident on your own. Speaking the fact, job opportunities in New Zealand for international students during studies and after studies is quite higher in compare to other nations but it isnít guaranteed. Most of the time, taking risk may help but sometimes it may go worst. I think you must calculate how risky can it be to take risk on your conditions. If you think you can, go for it otherwise it is better to give up.

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