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College aid applications have been open since October, and it's better to be an early bird on filing.
Lesser-known MBA programs may offer students a better value, according to an analysis by online lender SoFi.
International students could see their dreams dashed if Trump follows through on his America First anti-immigration campaign promises.
Saving for retirement should take precedence over saving for college, and parents should use cash flow to fund college.
Despite the exams, stress and tuition fees, college certainly pays off, according to one managing director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Sarj Nahal, managing director and head of thematic investing at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses his latest report on global education.
Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed news editor, weighs in on the future of for-profit colleges under a Trump presidency.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business's new employment report shows record-breaking salaries for its MBA graduates, Poets & Quants reports.
Parents who help kids pay for college to the detriment of their own retirement savings may be trading one financial problem for another.
Under his proposal, borrowers would contribute 12.5 percent of their income to payments and have their debt forgiven after 15 years.
CNBC's Rick Santelli talks to Sheila Bair, Former FDIC Chair about banking regulation, monetary policy and college affordability.
States offer 86 tax-advantaged 529 college savings plans, and more are on the way.
Employees with student debt are contributing a smaller percentage of their pay to retirement plans than workers without loans, a poll finds.
As student aid dollars help fund supplement families’ education expenses, they are also increasingly funding student lifestyles as well.
Engineering is the name of the game, according to Glassdoor.
We ask Kelly Peeler, the CEO and founder of Next-Gen-Vest, what’s changing and why it’s important for the college bound to file for financial aid early.
The six-page FAFSA form is complicated, and making a mistake can be expensive for college aid prospects.
The University of Oxford has shone a little light on how they choose their students by releasing sample questions from its admissions interviews.
Singaporean students who're feeling the pinch have good reason, according to new research that shows fees have jumped 38 percent since 2007.
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