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20
Jul

Is It Essential to Opt for Trip Cancellation Insurance?

Based on the level of planning, trips can be either planned or unplanned. The unplanned trips have to be taken at short notice, giving a significantly less scope of planning. They include trips taken for attending a sick relative, a family funeral, an urgent business meeting with the client, or a job interview in a different city. On the other

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19
Jul

Guide to a Hassle-Free Student Life Abroad Post-Pandemic

After many setbacks and hurdles over one year to six months, students are finally walking towards their study destination in various abroad universities. Some are returning to resume their degree post the severe surge of COVID cases in the past year; the others are stepping out of their closed doors and comfort zone of home to begin a new journey

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16
Jul

Essential Medical Checklist for Students traveling to the US

When it comes to health care, no other country can match the medical infrastructure and technological prowess of the United States. Years of investment in research have made it a world leader in the field of medicine. But, maintaining a high standard costs money. Unlike India, health care in the US is very costly. A simple OPD or dental check-up

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29
May

What are the available Scholarships for some major Study Destination?

  The practice of financial and non-financial support to deserving students dates back to ancient times when education was not as organized as it is today. The origin term ‘scholarship,’ which, in modern-day, refers to ‘the source of funds for support and maintenance of scholar,’ can be traced back to the 16th century. In the 21st century, scholarships are viewed

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25
Jun

How Dual Insurance can help you avoid Co-pay and Co-insurance costs

There is a general belief among Indians that once they purchase a health insurance policy, they need not pay anything on treatment for an ailment, disease or injury as long it is covered under the plan. With more and more insurance companies providing cashless option to its customers, even the worries related to reimbursement claims are beginning to diminish. That

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25
Jun

Impact of Obamacare on international students studying in the US

“Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (PPACA) also called “Affordable Care Act” (ACA) and popularly referred to as “Obamacare” is a US law aimed at providing US citizens with affordable health insurance protection against illness or disease. This law came into effect in the year 2010 when the then President of United States, Barack Obama signed the bill on March

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10
Jun

Common Misconceptions About Education Loans in India

Getting an education loan to study in India or abroad has become a lot easier in the last decade. Today, the education loan market is swamped with commercial banks as well as Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) eager to provide both secured and unsecured education loans at competitive interest rates. In fact, students with good academic record and sound family finances

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5
Jun

Best Places to Study Abroad

In a country of over 1.3 billion people, India hardly has few dozen higher education institutions imparting quality training and knowledge. Each year, thousands, if not lakhs, of students compete for few available seats in premier educational institutions in the country. To make matters worse, many of the seats are reserved for those belonging to marginalized communities, thereby making it

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3
Jun

Everything You Need To Know About TOEFL and IELTS

One of the basic requirements that one has to fulfill while seeking admission in a college or university in developed countries like the US, UK, Canada, Australia or New Zealand is one’s ability to understand, write and speak in English. This is because English is not just the most commonly spoken language in those countries but also the primary medium

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3
Jun

Unable to Pay EMIs On Education Loan? Balance Transfer Can Bail You Out

An education loan is like buying a twin edged sword. While it paves way for higher studies by taking care of tuition and living expenses, it could also be a source of financial hardships. In this blog, we bring you Student Cover’s Balance Transfer Scheme through which students and their parents can avoid paying high EMI (Equated Monthly Installments) on

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