Same thing for us here in the UK. You can apply for a student loan to pay for your tuition fees & stuff & you can also apply for maintenance & tuition grants. Dito naman, you can pay your loan back once you've started working na & earning enough money. From then magbabawas na yun sa salary mo or something. Pwede rin yata I pay back mo sila ng monthly minimum of £5 ata. So that's a good thing.
However, I also wanted to know kung pano ang student finance dyan sa Philippines coz I wanted to go back there this year or maybe next year to do a MMA degree at DLSU-CSB. I did a little bit of research & found out that its one of the best universities that offers the best MMA course. The annual tuition is kind of pricey (at around P200k, its almost the same price sa mga universities dito) but then again I guess its all worth it coz they have the right & proper equipments and stuff. :|
I'm also considering UST, Asia Pacific College, St. Scho, St. Paul & FEU, too. I've heard they do those similar courses but they cost less than CSB.
I'm confused though coz I really wanna go back there & study but then again nasasayang din ako sa mga advantages ko dito.
I've been thinking about it a lot lately & its drivin me crazy. I'm planning to go back there to study & to experience the independent college life (away from my family) & then come back here after. More issues pa is san ako titira, makakapasa ba ako sa univertities na aapply-an ko? Will my parents support me pag andun na ako?
Saka eto pa nag gugulo sa isip ko, di ko kasi alam kung magiging accredited ba yung magiging degree ko dyan pag nag hanap na ako ng work dito. Grr. Everything sounds so complicated. Sigh* Sorry for the random rant. Hehe.