There are now several private loans for international students to fund their studies in the US, thanks to companies stepping in to fulfil an unmet demand.
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Boulder, Colorado-based Techtonic plans to expand its paid tech apprenticeship program with a fundraising round lead by a Baltimore private equity firm.
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UiPath might be a long way from putting a robot in the hands of every American worker, but the company is putting one in the hands of 800 undergraduate business majors and minors at the College of William & Mary.
In a press conference on October 15, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced congressional Democrats' plan to reauthorize the country's main federal higher education law for the first time in over a decade.
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An industry emerges to issue loans to international students. Interest rates are high, but the companies say they are filling an unmet need and expanding access.