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How to complete MBA from Top Business School If funding is a issue?

How to complete MBA from Top Business School If funding is a issue?

How to complete MBA from Top Business School If funding is a issue 1

If you got accepted to a top business school but don’t have money to pay the tuition as an international student you can consider the following loan. Do your own research. It is not financial advice. 

 

Stanford GSB: – http://stanfordgsb.studentchoice.org/pr … rnational/
Loan Amount: up to $200K
APR: 7% – 7.5%
Term: 20-25 years
No SSN/Co-borrower required

HBS – https://www.huecu.org/student-loans/gra … plication/
Harvard University Employees Credit Union (HUECU) provides private educational loans to international students with no co-signer.
not much info but lots of scholarships and fellowships
APR: N/A
Term: varies
No SSN/Co-borrower required

Wharton – https://mbawelcome.wharton.upenn.edu/wp … n-Tips.pdf
Several options are available. Loan amount up to the full tuition + living expense amount
APR: 7-8%
Term: varies
No SSN/Co-borrower required

Chicago Booth – only up to 80% can be borrowed. Detailed information is on the Admitted Student website
APR: N/A
Term N/A
No SSn/Co-signer required

Tuck – https://www.discover.com/student-loans/ … /tuck.html
Loans through Discover
APR: 7.75%
Term: 20 years
No SSN/Co-signer required

Duke Fuqua – https://financialaid.duke.edu/loans/rec … -lenders-0
Several options available but only up to 80% of tuition + living expenses
APR: N/A
Term: N/A
No Co-signer required but SSN is probably required

Michigan Ross – https://www2.bus.umich.edu/MyiMpact/fin … ernational
No options offered without a US Co-signer

Kellogg – http://www.northwestern.edu/sfs/financi … index.html
Only one option without co-signer through mpower but only up to $25K Max?
APR: N/A
Term: N/A
No SSN/Co-signer required

See Also
List of Companies That Provide International Student Loans

MIT Sloan – http://mitsloan.mit.edu/mba/admissions/ … aid/loans/
Maybe

Working on others but here is a list from 2013 meanwhile: https://gmatclub.com/forum/loan-program … 35745.html
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Check this link for more infoMIT SloanCheck this link for more infoRossNo infoNo infoNo infoRoss loans are only available for intl. students if you have a cosigner. However, Ross also lists several private loans (as mentioned in other schools) whch have more relaxed policies on co-signors. Ross does nto recommend anyone in particularCheck this link for more infoSternFull cost of attendanceVariable (8% +)VariableBoth options available with or without co-signer. Needless to say that the loans with co-signers have lower rates.Check this link for more infoYale SOMUpto 80% of cost of attendance – Unless private loans7%-8% + variable15+ yearsBoth options available but Yale only lists some select loans for no-cogner loansCheck this link for more infoHaasUpto 60-70% of the cost of attendance.Variable but less than others if you apply for the Haas risk-share programVariableCosinger not needed for risk share Haas loansCheck this link for more infoAndersonOnly Tuition and Summer costs upto $60,000VariableVariableNo consgner needed for Discover and Elemens Financial Loans (but not full amount)Check this link for more infoColumbiaVariable. Lenders list available for admitted studentsNAVariableNo loans if you don’t have a co-signer (but prodigy is mentioned as the only loan if you don’t have a co-signer)Check this link for more infoDardenUpto $89K per yearVariable20 YearsLoans without co-singer through DiscoveryCheck this link for more info

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