Higher Education Student Loan Board

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  • Higher education refers to a level of education that is provided at academies, universities, colleges, seminaries, institutes of technology, and certain other collegiate-level institutions, such as vocational schools, trade schools, and career colleges, that award academic degrees or
  • Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering educational developments throughout the world in universities, polytechnics, colleges, and vocational and educational institutions.
  • Education beyond high school, esp. at a college or university
  • education provided by a college or university
    student loan
  • A student loan is designed to help students pay for university tuition, books, and living expenses. It differs from other types of loans in that the interest rate is substantially lower and the repayment schedule is deferred while the student is still in education.
  • (Student Loans) Student loans are loans offered to students to assist in payment of the costs of professional education. These loans usually charger lower interest than other loans, and are also usually issued by the government.
  • (Student Loans) A major source of need-based financial assistance provided by the federal and provincial governments.
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  • a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes
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Perception of Higher Education Loans Board: Financing Higher Education: University of Nairobi students
Perception of Higher Education Loans Board: Financing Higher Education: University of Nairobi students
This Paper presents the research findings on the perceptions of University of Nairobi students of the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) in Kenya. It captures their perceptions of the usefulness and effectiveness of HELB in giving them loans as University students. The paper further the study's seeks to establish the role of HELB in meeting the financial needs of students as well as investigating the adequacy of these loans; finding out whether students need counselling on loan management. It investigates the students' prior knowledge of HELB before joining university.

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higher education student loan board
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Higher Education?: How Colleges Are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids---and What We Can Do About It
What's gone wrong at our colleges and universities—and how to get American higher education back on track
A quarter of a million dollars. It's the going tab for four years at most top-tier universities. Why does it cost so much and is it worth it?
Renowned sociologist Andrew Hacker and New York Times writer Claudia Dreifus make an incisive case that the American way of higher education, now a $420 billion-per-year business, has lost sight of its primary mission: the education of young adults. Going behind the myths and mantras, they probe the true performance of the Ivy League, the baleful influence of tenure, an unhealthy reliance on part-time teachers, and the supersized bureaucracies which now have a life of their own.
As Hacker and Dreifus call for a thorough overhaul of a self-indulgent system, they take readers on a road trip from Princeton to Evergreen State to Florida Gulf Coast University, revealing those faculties and institutions that are getting it right and proving that teaching and learning can be achieved—and at a much more reasonable price.