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To get an education loan with flexible terms and student rates, you can simply apply online. If you’re using the funds to pay for an approved course or university program, you may be eligible for a tailored education loan package specifically designed for student borrowers. The application process is quick, paperless and completely straightforward.
Figuring out how to pay for your education, especially with rising tuition and fees, can be a frustrating penny-crunching exercise. Relying on part-time jobs for income while studying full-time, house sharing with a room-full of flatmates, and buying food in bulk to cut down on costs is no way to begin planning for your future.
Fortunately, an education loan is a necessity you don’t need to skimp on.
An affordable, flexible education loan can mean the difference between getting that university degree, or missing out and forever wondering “what if”. In today’s competitive market, the right degree can open a lot of doors. But more importantly, life is for living – and if you want a certain level of education, there should be a way to achieve this.
For a long time, students were last in line when it came to qualifying for loans. Lenders typically required full or part-time employment before you even walked in the door. That’s no longer the case. As a student, you now have more financial resources available to you than ever before.
With specially-tailored education loan packages, there are a range of options available with more flexible eligibility criteria, repayment terms and exclusive rates. Here at MoneyMe we even reward you with cheaper loans if you show you can pay your loans back on time – exactly the way it should be!
Applying with MoneyMe is fast, simple, secure, and completely transparent. Simply click on the "Apply Now” button, and follow the simple instructions.
The money could be yours within the same day – so you can start your future now.
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