Education Loan EMI Calculator
Studying at a university abroad is every student’s dream these days. Education abroad can be very expensive, and this might make you hesitant about making the decision. But it is always said- “An investment in education always pays the highest returns.”
There are various ways in which higher education abroad can be funded. Some of these ways are- using savings, borrowing from friends and family, selling assets like land, etc. Another way of funding is by taking an education loan. Many believe that only middle-income groups take education loans, but that is not true. Education loans have some very clear benefits over personal financing sources, are they are :
Income Tax benefits are obtained under section 80E of the IT Act
An opportunity for students to take their financial responsibilities
Preserving their family savings
Building a good credit history
There are various Indian banks that provide education loans for students who want to study abroad. These institutions provide various education loan schemes, from which you have to choose the right one for you. Usually, the rate of interest varies between 8- 11%.
To know the rates and guidelines of educational loans, you will have to go from one bank to another and then select the one that suits your requirements. With hectic schedules every day, one easier way is the education calculator. It is an online tool that helps you calculate the EMI accrued on your loan. The traditional way of calculating this includes using the EMI formula, which is time-consuming. A better alternative is the online EMI calculator that is faster and more accurate.
How will an Education Loan Calculator Make It Easy ?
Simplicity: the applicant has to insert just three things, that is, the principal amount, the loan tenure, and the applicable rate of interest.
Quick results: the results achieved using this calculator are speedy. It quickly calculates the amount of EMI that the applicant will be liable to pay for the decided tenure at a particular interest rate. The results are shown within seconds.
Varying combinations: in an online EMI calculator, the applicant can check the amount of the EMI by inputting various interest rates and tenures and find the right combination that will not make you tensed thinking about your finances.
Free usage: the education loan calculator on our website is user-friendly, which means it is free of cost and easily accessible to everyone.
Grad-Dreams appoints a dedicated Student Loan Advisor who would help the students choose the right financial institution and help complete the documentation to ensure timely sanction of the study loan.
Advantage of Applying for the Education Loan through Grad-Dreams:
- Priority processing by a dedicated Grad-Dreams Study Loan Advisor.
- Get a pre-approval of educational loan even before you secure the Admission.
- Depending upon the overall profile, the student may be able to avail a discount that would range from INR 5,000 to INR 20,000.
- Receive the loan approval in maximum 1 week, after submission of documents.
- Opportunity to get the Study Loan without mortgage / security!
- Grad-Dreams would do its best to get the right offer with lowest interest rate, from multiple financial institutions.
Study Loan Documentation:
Following is the tentative list of documents required by the financial institutions, but not limited to the below. Additional documents may be required.
Student Loan Documents:
- SSC, HSC, All Degree Mark sheets
- Copy of Passport
- SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS Score cards
- Admission Letters / I-20 / CAS
- PAN, AADHAR Card
- Joining Letter & Salary Slips (For working candidates)
- Address Proof(s)
- Details of Savings: PF, PPF, Bonds, Shares, Mutual Funds, LIC, Post Office, Gold etc. (if applicable)
Guarantor / Co-Applicant's Documents:
- All KYC Documents: PAN, AADHAR, Passport etc.
- Address Proof(s)
Details of Employment:
- Last 3 months Salary slips
- Last 3 Years Income Tax Returns
- Salary Account Statement of 6 months
- Existing Loan Details (if applicable)
Details of Savings: PF, PPF, Bonds, Shares, Mutual Funds, LIC, Post Office, Gold etc.
- All Immovable Property Documents (if the loan is to be done with mortgage scheme)