Prodigy Finance is founded on the philosophy that funding shouldn’t be a barrier to education.
It’s a new approach that’s led to us starting a lot of conversations and winning awards, including "Best Overall Peer-to-Peer Lending Platform" from the FinTech Breakthrough Awards.
Check out our latest press coverage below, or access our media assets including a fact sheet about us, press releases, and case studies of students we’ve been able to support.
We're delighted to be recognised, even with some slightly out of date stats attributed! (We have now disbursed in excess of $1 billion to over 20,000 students from 115 countries) More
The high fees demanded by her conventional bank encouraged Rodrigues to turn to Prodigy Finance, a specialist lender for postgraduate international students. More
Student debt refinancing is the newest product from Prodigy Finance, a business with offices in Cape Town, London, and New York that’s betting on foreign students with high earnings potential. More
Prodigy Finance, the U.K. fintech that provides financing to international postgraduate students, reached a milestone: $1 billion in financing in twelve months. And it’s from big-name investors val... More
As American universities’ interest in courting international students intensifies, an online lender that caters to them has drawn significant new financing. More
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