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Paying for Overseas Tuition Fees

Managing exchange rates is important when paying for overseas tuition fees

Millions of international students are studying outside their home countries which can be a very expensive business.

So it's important to manage save money where-ever possible and this includes minimising unnecessary foreign exchange costs and fees. By setting up a regular overseas payment with one of our BER partners below, you don't have to worry about your transactions every semester.

If you require a specific amount for each payment, benefit from a fixed foreign currency amount regular payment that removes the exchange rate risk.

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1) Select Currencies and Enter Send or Receive Amount 2) Compare Exchange Rates and Click to the Provider's website 3) Open an Account with the Broker 4) Book your Foreign Transfer Deal & Save.
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 OFX
         
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Average Cost : 1.0%
Book & track your foreign transfers online (24/7) with industry best rates for all your deals - not just the first one! Lock in exchange rates with Spot & Forward Deals. BestExchangeRates gets you your first two transfers fee free.
 WorldFirst
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Average Cost : 1.1%
Best exchange rates for safe, secure, fastest available international payments and currency exchange. Award winning service and online tools for individuals and business. BestExchangeRates users get their first two transfers fee free.
 TransferWise
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Average Cost : 1.5%
TransferWise always aims to converts money at the real mid-market exchange rate. There’s just a small, fair service fee and it’s all shown up-front. Rate shown here with the minimum 0.5% rate volatility limit. Exchange guaranteed within 2 business days - Pay via Bank Transfer or VISA/Mastercard debit cards.
 WorldRemit
         
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Average Cost : 1.59%
Send Money Online Anytime, Anywhere. 24/7 online service – no agents to visit. Bank Transfers - Cash Pickup - Mobile Money - Airtime top-up.
* Register from the below button for a Zero Fee first transfer.
More info Pay via Bank Transfer or VISA/Mastercard
 Bank/Bureau - Average Rate
         
Average Cost : 4.78%
Average USDEUR International Transfer Exchange Rates from a sample of Banks available in branch and via internet banking systems.


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US Dollar News 

Sterling Falls to 1-Month Low as Polls Show Tory Lead Shrinking

Throughout May, the British pound has battled with the $1.30 level against the US dollar. Since April 27th, the majority of trading in GBP/USD has occurred within a narrow range between $1.2845 and $1.30. Only once since that date did the pair manage to post a close above $1.30, which occurred on May 19th at... View article >
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Posted on 27 May 2017 | 7:17 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

United States Dollar – Fri May 26: USD Up vs EUR, AUD & GBP and Down vs CAD, MXN, JPY, INR & PHP.

United States Dollar up 0.34% against the Euro, down -0.28% against the Canadian Dollar, up 0.11% against the Australian Dollar, up 0.97% against the British Pound Sterling, down -0.07% against the Mexican Peso, down -0.48% against the Japanese Yen, down -0.28% against the Indian Rupee and down -0.16% against the Philippine Peso. USD 7 Day... View article >
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Posted on 26 May 2017 | 9:07 pm GMT
Author: BER Research

Thai Baht at 22-Month Highs as Money Pours into Emerging Markets

The Thai baht had its best day yesterday since March and has forced itself to 22-month and 15-month highs against the US dollar and Australian dollar respectively. USD/THB fell by 0.55% yesterday to 34.15, finally breaking the 34.25 level that had held the pair up since April 3rd. And the baht has strengthened again this... View article >
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Posted on 26 May 2017 | 7:15 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

United States Dollar – Thu May 25: USD Up vs EUR, CAD, AUD, GBP, MXN & JPY and Down vs INR & PHP.

United States Dollar up 0.07% against the Euro, up 0.56% against the Canadian Dollar, up 0.6% against the Australian Dollar, up 0.23% against the British Pound Sterling, up 0.5% against the Mexican Peso, up 0.25% against the Japanese Yen, down -0.17% against the Indian Rupee and down -0.2% against the Philippine Peso. USD 7 Day... View article >
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Posted on 25 May 2017 | 9:07 pm GMT
Author: BER Research

Loonie Flexing its Wings

The Canadian dollar is in demand. An ever-so-slightly hawkish Bank of Canada statement, ever-so-slightly doveish FOMC minutes, and a surge in oil prices combined to crush USDCAD.  It plunged from its pre-BoC perch of 1.3530 yesterday, to an overnight low of 1.3388. Profit taking and Opec meeting headlines lifted USDCAD to 1.3435 at the New... View article >
Posted on 25 May 2017 | 11:59 am GMT
Author: Agility Forex

Commodity Based Currencies Bolstered by Uptick in Oil Prices

 Sterling After a brief rally against the majority of its peers yesterday morning the Pound (GBP) tumbled by the afternoon over new Brexit concerns. Sterling’s weakness was prompted by a report from BlueBay Asset Management who told traders that they should bet against the Pound as they predict turbulent Brexit negotiations will cause it to... View article >
Posted on 25 May 2017 | 8:47 am GMT
Author: TorFX

New Six-Month Highs in Singapore Dollar as Government Predicts Above-2% Growth in 2017

The Singapore dollar-to-US dollar exchange rate reached six-month highs this morning at 0.7231 following new predictions from Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) that economic growth in the country will exceed 2% this year. “Barring the materialization of downside risks, GDP growth is likely to come in higher than the 2% achieved in 2016,”... View article >
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Posted on 25 May 2017 | 5:41 am GMT
Author: Joel Wright

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