Goethe Business School Announces Partnership with Deutsche Bank
New cooperation allows students to take out tuition loans at 0% interest
The new partnership gives students the option of taking out loans, up to ?24,000, at 0% interest, to cover tuition and associated fees. A few restrictions apply, mainly that the loans must be repaid within three years of graduation.
Students can borrow more than ?24,000, but interest rates will apply.
For more information, please see the Geothe Business School website. (in German)
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