Student loans without US co -signer


Hi , I am an international candidate (from Germany). I have a good GMAT score 700, and more than 6 years of work experience. I am trying to decide where to apply .
Are the student loans WITHOUT US co -signer still available this year?
Any thoughts ???
Karl

Hi , I am an international candidate (from Germany). I have a good GMAT score 700, and more than 6 years of work experience. I am trying to decide where to apply .
Are the student loans WITHOUT US co -signer still available this year?
Any thoughts ???
Karl
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Duncan

I cant see why any bank in the US would lend you money without a co-signer. Ask the schools you are considering for information about how candidates in your country financed their MBAs.

I cant see why any bank in the US would lend you money without a co-signer. Ask the schools you are considering for information about how candidates in your country financed their MBAs.
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Some of them offer up to 120K ( no US cosigner).
example: Chicago :http://www.chicagobooth.edu/programs/full-time/admissions/tuition-financial-aid

A few years ago Citi Bank was working with most of the top programs . Now is more complicated.

Thx
Karl

Some of them offer up to 120K ( no US cosigner).
example: Chicago :http://www.chicagobooth.edu/programs/full-time/admissions/tuition-financial-aid

A few years ago Citi Bank was working with most of the top programs . Now is more complicated.

Thx
Karl

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prodigyfin...

Hi all,

Yes, many top MBA programmes in the US and Europe are working with credit unions, banks, or other entities to offer international student loans. Some of these still require co-signers, but others do not.

I work for Prodigy Finance, one of the loan companies that requires no guarantees/collateral/co-signers. In Europe, we offer loans at top schools like London Business School, INSEAD, Oxford Saïd, and Cambridge Judge. In the US, we provide MBA loans at Columbia Business School (and hopefully others in the future).

Good luck with funding!

Cheers,
Charlie and the Prodigy Finance team

Hi all,

Yes, many top MBA programmes in the US and Europe are working with credit unions, banks, or other entities to offer international student loans. Some of these still require co-signers, but others do not.

I work for Prodigy Finance, one of the loan companies that requires no guarantees/collateral/co-signers. In Europe, we offer loans at top schools like London Business School, INSEAD, Oxford Saïd, and Cambridge Judge. In the US, we provide MBA loans at Columbia Business School (and hopefully others in the future).

Good luck with funding!

Cheers,
Charlie and the Prodigy Finance team
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Hope you have funds still left for Cass Business School. My hopes are entirely upon you.

Hope you have funds still left for Cass Business School. My hopes are entirely upon you.
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prodigyfin...

Hi gautamkumar,

Sorry for the delay in response. For more information on that, please contact our applications team at [email protected].

Best,
Julian and the Prodigy Finance Team

Hi gautamkumar,

Sorry for the delay in response. For more information on that, please contact our applications team at [email protected]

Best,
Julian and the Prodigy Finance Team
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