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Need help with the funding options one has for their MBA

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I am an Indian male working in the IT industry. Can someone share the options that one has to fund their MBA where no collateral or co-signer is required?


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Hi guys,

I am an Indian male working in the IT industry. Can someone share the options that one has to fund their MBA where no collateral or co-signer is required?


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In your case, Prodigy Finance is probably the only way to go - their funding depends on what school you get into, however. You can check them out. For top 20, they can offer up to 100% of tuition.
Some schools do offer their own financing - you can check out the options here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-internat ... 40669.html
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