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IE Business School no longer has any agreement with Progidy Finance

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Hi all,

So I have been accepted to the September 2018 MBA intake, and have been trying to arrange my finance. I've since learned that IE Business School no longer has any partnership arrangement with Progidy finance for ANY COURSE from September 2018. This was information from Progidy and the school itself.

Unfortunately, the only financing option available to International Students through IE is with Sabadell, who require a cosignor.

Does anyone know of any alternatives apart from a personal loan at a home institution? MPOWER and Stilt are two other options that do not require a cosignor, but it looks like they are US only.
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New post 15 Mar 2018, 03:55
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Hi all,

So I have been accepted to the September 2018 MBA intake, and have been trying to arrange my finance. I've since learned that IE Business School no longer has any partnership arrangement with Progidy finance for ANY COURSE from September 2018. This was information from Progidy and the school itself.

Unfortunately, the only financing option available to International Students through IE is with Sabadell, who require a cosignor.

Does anyone know of any alternatives apart from a personal loan at a home institution? MPOWER and Stilt are two other options that do not require a cosignor, but it looks like they are US only.


That's a bummer! Did you ask why? I know a few alumni from my country who have taken loans in the past and IE was ranked every year(except this year).
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That's such a bummer! I'm an international student, admitted to IE, and was hoping to take a loan from Prodigy Finance.

What are the other options available? Sabadell Bank has a maximum of 30,000 Euros.
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