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The Different Types Of Citibank Student Loans

June 08, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 106

Financing higher education may seem like a nightmare for some. However, for those looking into student loans, there are several types offered by Citibank that may meet your needs. Depending upon the state that you live in and the type of degree you are seeking, you could find Citibank student loans that meet your exact specification to further your education. By researching what is available and meeting with a representative of Citibank, you can decide on a student loan to help make your education goals become a reality.

Citibank student loans are labeled as CitiAssist loans and are generally divided among different career paths. Each sector has its own benefits for those pursuing their particular field of study. For those seeking undergraduate and graduate degrees, CitiAssist offers private loans to cover all kinds of expenses associate with going to school. Books, computer and tuition can all be covered with this type of loan from Citibank. With flexible financing, competitive APR rates and no loan fees, students are offered a way to finance their education rather reasonably. Another advantage is the ability to borrow up to the cost of your education less any kind of federal funding you have received.

For those who are pursuing a medical degree or any kind of health profession, Citibank student loans geared toward this field are available. Competitive APR rates, flexible financing and co-signer benefits all are included with this particular loan. The fields of study approved by Citibank include allopathy, dentistry, optometry, osteopathy, pharmacology, podiatry and even veterinary medicine. You must be at least a part time student to take advantage of this type of loan and there are no required payments you must make while in school.

The third type of student loan offered by Citibank is one built for those seeking a law degree or profession in the field. Like the undergraduate, graduate and health degrees, competitive APR rates and flexible financing come as part of the package deal. There are no payments required while in school or after graduation during the nine month grace period. Another feature for law degrees is there are no loan fees as well. You must be a part, half or full-time student to apply for Citibank student loans built for law degrees. When you are ready to take your bar exam, there is a CitiAssist bar exam loan available to you from your third year through the final year of your schooling. This also extends through to a year past graduation.

Alexander Sutton knows all too well how hard it can be to get started in the professional world. But now that he's established himself he'd like to share both his successes and failures in order help others enjoy the most efficient route to success. For more information, please visit Citibank Student Loans.

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