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Tuck (Dartmouth)

Tuck (Dartmouth)

Revolutionizing student financing since 2007
Fund your postgraduate studies with Prodigy Finance
Fund your postgraduate studies with Prodigy Finance
60% of MBAs and other postgraduate students need funding, but traditional banks and other lenders have difficulty assessing cross-border risk, and are often hesitant to lend to international students. That’s where Prodigy Finance comes in. In our community model, alumni, business schools and other investors fund the next generation of postgraduate students. We assess students’ future earning potential based on past achievements of similar graduates to determine individual loan affordability.
Who is eligible?
Candidates are welcome to apply for a loan as long as they: Have received an offer of admission from a business school or university with an established Prodigy Finance loan programme. Are a student traveling abroad for their degree.
Benefits of Prodigy Loans
No co-signer or collateral is required Competitive interest rates 150 nationalities are eligible to apply
Loans are based on students’ individual affordability Conditional loan offer*, with personalized rate and loan amount, within 5 days of submitting a completed application * For eligible students
Contacts
Prodigy Finance: send us a private message via GMAT Club or email students@prodigyfinance.com
Talk to other Prodigy Borrowers: Visit our Prodigy Finance Ambassador page to get in touch with other Prodigy Finance borrowers. Prodigy Ambassadors are current students who have been through the application process and are happy to share their experience.

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