Cranfield and loan


maubia

Hi,
I've received today an email from Cranfield confirming that they have a deal with Prodigy for a 25000pound loan schema.
I think it's quite interesting for foreign students.

Hi,
I've received today an email from Cranfield confirming that they have a deal with Prodigy for a 25000pound loan schema.
I think it's quite interesting for foreign students.

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s-mba

is this only for cranfield or applies for other schools also ?

is this only for cranfield or applies for other schools also ?
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maubia

http://www.prodigyfinance.com/web/Get_A_Loan.aspx?l1=20&l2=20

http://www.prodigyfinance.com/web/Get_A_Loan.aspx?l1=20&l2=20
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ralph

Interesting - it seems like this program collects funding from alumni and gives it out in loans to current students.

It looks like MBAs from these schools are eligible:

Cranfield
INSEAD
INSEAD GEMBA
Oxford/Saïd Business School
SKOLKOVO
Vlerick

There are other emerging loan options for international students at other schools as well: Chicago Booth, Kellogg, and Rochester/Simon have partnered with Deutsche Bank to offer loans to international students without co-signers.

Interesting - it seems like this program collects funding from alumni and gives it out in loans to current students.

It looks like MBAs from these schools are eligible:

Cranfield
INSEAD
INSEAD GEMBA
Oxford/Saïd Business School
SKOLKOVO
Vlerick

There are other emerging loan options for international students at other schools as well: Chicago Booth, Kellogg, and Rochester/Simon have partnered with Deutsche Bank to offer loans to international students without co-signers.
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maubia

ING gives offers a loan covering the whole tuition fees to people with a minimun entry salary (no co-signer) for Rotterdam MBA

ING gives offers a loan covering the whole tuition fees to people with a minimun entry salary (no co-signer) for Rotterdam MBA
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Prodigy definitely offers a good deal for Cranfield, as well as for a variety of other b-schools (including INSEAD, London b-school, Manchester b-school, Said, Cass and Vlerick)

Best of luck!

Prodigy definitely offers a good deal for Cranfield, as well as for a variety of other b-schools (including INSEAD, London b-school, Manchester b-school, Said, Cass and Vlerick)

Best of luck!
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maubia

I really wonder why they don't offer the same for EMBA.. Only Insead signed this deal

I really wonder why they don't offer the same for EMBA.. Only Insead signed this deal
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ralph

I really wonder why they don't offer the same for EMBA.. Only Insead signed this deal

I have a feeling they will, as they expand the program. In the meantime, there's more demand for loans that cover MBA programs, so that's where they're focusing.

<blockquote>I really wonder why they don't offer the same for EMBA.. Only Insead signed this deal</blockquote>
I have a feeling they will, as they expand the program. In the meantime, there's more demand for loans that cover MBA programs, so that's where they're focusing.
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Duncan

Executive students don't have the same problems with funding. They are generally in the country already and have good access to credit. In the UK, Germany and other places there are tax effective ways for employers to pay and reclaim the fees from gross salary.

Executive students don't have the same problems with funding. They are generally in the country already and have good access to credit. In the UK, Germany and other places there are tax effective ways for employers to pay and reclaim the fees from gross salary.
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