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VIDEO: Parents of a Prodigy Finance MS borrower share their experience

Prodigy Finance - January 12, 2018

VIDEO: Parents of a Prodigy Finance MS borrower share their experience


For many students, financing a graduate-level degree without assistance is unthinkable. In some parts of the world, it’s just the norm – and in many countries, it’s almost impossible to obtain a loan from a local bank without a cosigner. And, who else would you turn to first but your parents?

Sandhya’s parents certainly thought they would be involved in securing a study loan for her to pursue her MS Engineering degree in the United States. They were considering leveraging their properties to allow their daughter such an opportunity. Nevertheless, they inquired after local loans – in person, as the information was simply unavailable online.

But Sandhya had other ideas and was in touch with Prodigy Finance before her parents needed to accept such drastic measures. Share their experience and reactions as they learned how an international company can offer collateral and cosigner-free loans to international students. They reveal their feelings on the easy and quick online application and the human touch that Prodigy Finance provides.

Just click on the video above – or here to see the video in full-screen


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