Knowledge is always valued highly
To get free higher education is currently difficult. Unfortunately, the state budget seats are limited, and competition for these seats is quite high. Sometimes it is not always possible to get the required score to be accepted as a budget group student and not every parent can afford to pay for expensive training their child.
Zilola Abdurahmonovna Kenchaeva, resident in small town of Shahristan faced with the problem of paying for his son's education, Yukubbek Karaev, a student of the 3rd course of Khujand State University named after Academician B. Gafurov.
That's what Zilola told us:
“Once when I met my good female friend we were talking about education of our children. Her daughter is studying at a paid department of one of the capital's universities. I asked how hard it was to pay for her studies and associated costs (food, accommodation), especially in our "crisis" time when no one can say with certainty what will happen tomorrow. "For the time being we cope with it, but what will be for next academic year, I do not know. That’s why I have secured myself. I do not want if it turns out and temporary financial problems make my daughter be left without a diploma", - she said. - "What do you mean saying I’ve made myself safe?" - At first I did not understand what she meant. - "We have issued an educational loan at MDO" Humo "- she said. I, frankly, have not even heard about such a thing. "Tell me more" - I asked my friend and she told me that MDO "Humo" grants education loan to almost any type of education: secondary or higher education, or further education, or language courses at more competitive interest rates.
A story of my female familiar aroused my great interest. After consulting with my husband, we decided to go for advice to the nearest banking service center in Shahristan city. Getting detailed information from the branch employees, we decided to draw up the loan. Gathering all the necessary documentation took me three days. After the registration procedure, I received a loan in the amount of 5,000 somoni under the Loan Product "Tahsil".
Summing up, I want to say that the educational loan from "Humo" helped me pay for studies of my son and open him doors to the world of knowledge in the university, where he was so much eager to learn”.
In summary, it can be concluded that the educational loan with state subsidy offers great opportunities to obtain a good education in the country's leading educational institutions. Its conditions are much more attractive than the usual consumer credit due to a partial compensation of interest rates by the state. Long-term lending and the lack of additional fees for loan issuing make it one of the best offers in the market.
Soon a new generation of students will "wage an attack” on colleges and universities. Hopefully, this information will be useful for those who want to pursue higher education but do not have the financial ability to pay the tuition at once.