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Financing MBA: School credit w/o cosigners

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New post 12 Mar 2015, 04:05
Even today getting a loan for International candidate to include Cost of attendance is nearly impossible.
The cost of attendance is only inclusive for top 3 schools :Harvard,Stanford ,Wharton.

Besides all schools offer at max loans upto mandatory tuition fees. Most colleges have tie with private lenders . The remaining amount which nearly constitute 30K$ is to be arranged by candidate himself .Please note it is upto i.e you might not be allocated full amount.
Some private lenders like Prodigy Finance provide loans but doesn't include cost of attendance only to restricted number of schools.

Please share some of the private lenders which provide loans without co-signer to international candidates and update the sheet shared .

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New post 09 Apr 2016, 01:08
Hey guys,

I have been admitted to McDonough School of Business, with a scholarship. The shortfall I tried to balance with prodigy finance, but they offer me less than I need (45 000 shortfall). What do you think might be alternative source of funds to balance the budget and not to miss my chance to attend my studies.

P.s. I come from a developing country from east Europe. I have researched all the scholarships on the web but my country is not eligible in any of them.

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More and more colleges are giving loan wihout co signers and collaterals this days. Prodigy Finance also provides the same.

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New post 17 Apr 2017, 04:52
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Chicago Booth also offers full non-consigner loans to all students.


I applied for education loan in Chicago but they refuse it because I'm nonresident. :oops:

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