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You plan to study abroad
You want to study at a school we support

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Search our list of over 750 schools in 18 different countries where we support courses including:

Business
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How it works

1

Register and get your quote

Learn more about applying for an education loan.

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2

Upload your documents

Confirm the information in your application by giving us a few supporting documents.

See a list of the documents we’ll need
3

Sign your loan agreement

Sign your finalised loan online when you get to campus.

Find out more about signing your loan
4

Get your money

We’ll send your funds directly to your school so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

Read more about when we send your funds
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An easier way to pay back your loan

Track payments from our mobile app.
Flexible repayment terms - 7 to 20 years.
Start paying 6 months after classes end.
Pay early to save on interest, no penalties.

Here's a representative example

Education loan amount example

Amount borrowed
USD 40,000
+
4% admin fee
USD 1,600
=
Amount financed
USD 41,600

Interest rate example

We use simple interest rates which are made up of two components: a fixed margin and a base rate. The fixed margin is a simple percentage tailored to your application. The base rate is an international floating rate that will change throughout the life of your education loan. We currently use 3-month LIBOR.

Fixed margin rate
6.2%
+
Variable 3-month LIBOR
1.3%
=
Variable interest rate
7.5%

Education loan repayment example

Monthly amount due
USD 573.20
x
Repayment period
10 years
=
Total amount payable
USD 68,784

Representative

APR

8.4%

APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is a rate that shows your total cost of borrowing, including the interest rate and any fees or additional costs. When comparing education loan offers from different lenders, it’s best to use APR rather than monthly interest rate. Your monthly interest rate will always be lower than APR because it only represents part of the total cost of your loan.

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Terms and conditions

6.7% is the minimum possible Annual Percentage Rate you could be offered. This APR assumes a 4.5% fixed margin rate, a 1.32% variable base rate (3-mon USD LIBOR as of 8 Apr 2020), and a 4% administration fee. The actual rate offered will depend on your circumstances, loan amount and term, and may differ from the minimum and/or the average representative APR shown in our representative example above.

The average APR for student loans is 8.4%.

To qualify, borrowers must meet Prodigy Finance eligibility and underwriting requirements.

Prodigy Finance reserves the right to vary or discontinue its student loan product at any time without notice.

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Want to meet the team? You can find out more about Prodigy Finance and hear from other international students at our monthly events, workshops and webinars.

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