Note: The education loan information on this page is provided only for the information of the website users, DBS Bank doesn’t offer this product at the moment.
Submit the documents required for an education loan digitally.
If you have the talent to be admitted to any of the world's best universities, money should not be a deterrent to your future. An Education Loan can help you pay for all the expenses associated with higher studies - from tuition fees to accomodation costs, food and travel expenses, and more. Once you get an offer of admission to your favourite university you can begin the loan application procedure. We take care of your monetary concerns so you can focus your attention at securing that seat in your favourite university. It would help to have the necessary student loan documents ready to submit along with your application.
Here's a detailed list of documents required for an education loan application:
To apply for a student loan without PAN card, you can submit any of the other documents mentioned above.
Apart from the above documents, you may need to submit two passport sizes photographs.
The repayment schedule for student loans is planned such that students have the time to secure a job to repay the loan. Repayment of education loan kicks off a year after completing your course or six months after you secure a job, whichever is earlier.
Of course. You can apply for a student loan at any time through your journey in studying abroad. There are advantages of applying for student loans before confirmation of admission. It helps you narrow down your choices for institutes based on the loan amount sanctioned for you. Simultaneously, with a sanction letter in hand, your admission's confirmation becomes easier as institutes can be assured of your ability to pay.
Yes. You can still apply for a student loan without a PAN card. You can submit a copy of your passport or Aadhaar card as a photo identity proof.
In education loans, moratoriums are common as banks can grant up to a year for students to find employment. The interest accrued during the moratorium period is added to your principal amount and adjusted in your EMI as soon as you start paying.