Congratulations on your interest in attending a university and also for considering applying for scholarship! It is possible to acquire a loan from various sources, depending on what type of loan you need and where you are located.
If you are looking at taking out an educational loan, then even though there may be different lending institutions in Rwanda, the best option would be to approach universities directly. Universities tend to have certain financial aid packages or scholarship programmes which can provide help with the cost of attendance. You will need to provide information about yourself such as academic record, financial information and sometimes a written personal statement outlining why you should receive the loan or scholarship funds. It’s important that when applying for any kind of loans/financing that you understand all applicable terms and conditions – so read over paperwork carefully before signing off on anything. Additionally, research grants may be available form governmental programs or organizations in Rwanda so do not hesitate ask advisors from your home country about this opportunity. Also look into international scholarships as these might offer more opportunities than what are currently open locally.
Finally please note that it is always advisable to find out if there is any assistance available through family support first; such as asking relatives who might know of contacts with banks or other resources which could potentially provide some form of funding towards tuition costs. Good luck with your applications!
Hello? Thank you for the scholarship applications that every day you offer to us but i get confusion how some one get loan? As me I am Rwandan how can I get loan if I apply in your universities?