I am a student who is attending a university outside of U.S. I'm thinking about law school, but I have a question about financial problem.
While I looked up through many law school's websites, I've found that that only Harvard and Yale
offers students loans without a cosigner. However, I do need a student loan and I am pretty sure that I will not be able to find a cosigner in the U.S.
Is there any way that I can get a international student loan in the U.S. w/o a cosigner?
If there is, could you teel me about it ? (Also the interest rate, if you know it!)
Thanks for reading.
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You are going to have to get the money from your home country with a local co-signer.
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