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Hi guys,
Just wanted to check what are the financing options available for Indian students aiming to do an MBA in Canada without any co-signer available. Which financial institutions are good and do they cover both tuition fees and living expenses?

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Just wanted to check what are the financing options available for Indian students aiming to do an MBA in Canada without any co-signer available. Which financial institutions are good and do they cover both tuition fees and living expenses?




The only one I am aware is Prodigy Finance - their funding varies based on school and your origin. Sometimes they may ask for a portion of the funds to be available (for some schools they finance 100% and for others, it may be only 70% - you should check with them what they would be able to do for your target schools)
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Ok great. Will check with them. Thanks!!

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