Posts Tagged ‘student loans’

CommonBond Offers New Refinancing Program for Grads

By - Apr 1, 11:57 AM   Comments [0]

CommonBond just released its new Grad Refinance Loan™, available to law school, med school, engineering, and b-school graduates. With the new refinancing program, borrowers will receive: • Low fixed rates for 10- and 15-year loans. • A single monthly bill after the consolidation of multiple loans. • Personalized service...

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CommonBond’s Story: A Revolution in Student Loans

By - Jan 16, 15:20 PM   Comments [0]

Welcome to the glorious world of applications, admissions, and…well, student loans. CommonBond to the rescue! Meet David Klein and Michael Taormina, Wharton grads and co-founders of this very exciting student loan financing startup. Listen to the full recording of the show to learn about CommonBond, student loans...

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Against the Odds: Indian MBA Applicants – Find a Way to Pay

By - Jul 3, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

A quick survey of total out-of-pocket MBA expenses at some of the world’s top business schools may leave you weak in the knees. The range is about $150,000 to over $200,000 USD. That’s before adding in lots of extra costs like travel, computers, and loan...

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Funding Options for International MBA Students

By - May 9, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

A recent Financial Times article discusses the numerous alternative lending options available for foreign b-school students. Because international loans from schools have been on the decline since the financial crash a few years ago and an increase in international default risk, international students have been...

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Student Loans: A Market that “Needed Disruption”

By - Aug 10, 03:29 AM   Comments [0]

According to a Poets & Quants article, "Disrupting The MBA Loan Market," Mike Cagney, Sloan Fellow at Stanford GSB, saw some major problems with the current student loan system and decided to do something about it. With school loan default rates as high as 18%...

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College and MBA Admissions Round Up

By - May 23, 10:03 AM   Comments [0]

As top universities strive to become more affordable, many have agreed to maintain their no-loan pledges again this year. (52 schools made no-loan pledges last year; 50 have committed to renew that pledge again this year.) This decision saves low-income (and some middle- and upper-class...

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