An education loan is a type of financial assistance that helps students and their families cover the costs of higher education, including tuition fees, books, and living expenses. These loans typically have specific terms, interest rates, and repayment plans.
The interest rates on federal student loans can vary depending on the type of loan and the year in which it is disbursed. Rates are typically lower than those of private loans and are set by the government
Subsidized loans are need-based, and the government pays the interest while you're in school and during certain deferment periods.
Some countries allow student visa holders to bring their dependents (spouse, children) with them, often on dependent visas. These dependents may have certain rights, such as the ability to work or study part-time