29 July 2014

Eduloan offers affordable education finance

Educating a child is becoming increasingly expensive, and Eduloan offers an affordable way to finance rising costs.

Going to school these days involves much more than just covering school fees. Many learners are now required to have laptops or tablets –  over and above books, uniforms etc.

Getting a proper education is about having adequate funding, while equipping parents/guardians/sponsors with the relevant financial management tool to assist a child to achieve his/her career aspirations.

Eduloan is South Africa’s leading specialist in affordable education finance.

When faced with paying for a child’s education, many parents need to find viable financial tools. Eduloan’s monthly re-payments are affordable and there are no hidden costs or deposits.  

We finance all levels of schooling. Since 1996, we have provided more than 3.7 billion in study finance for 721,000 study loans.

An overview of the benefits of Eduloan education finance

• Affordable monthly repayments
• Fully inclusive finance that covers everything from tuition to tablets
• Fixed monthly instalments
• No admin regarding schools fees – we pay the school directly on your behalf
• No deposit
• Low, fixed interest rate

Unlocking potential through education with affordable finance
At Eduloan, we believe that education can unlock a person’s true potential and
enable them to live the life that they want. The Eduloan vision is to improve people’s lives through access to affordable education finance.

In order to bring this vision to life, we offer affordable finance solutions, solely focused on
education. By making our study finance as inexpensive as possible, we are ensuring that a large number of individuals who would otherwise not qualify for educational finance now have the means to improve their lives, the lives of their loved ones, and our nation as a whole.  

The application process is quick and easy and you only need four documents to apply for study finance from Eduloan:

1. Original and latest bank statements of the last three months – stamped by your branch
2. Valid quotation/statement of fees from the school
3. Recent payslip – not older than three months
4. Valid and certified SA ID document

To find out more, call 0860 55 55 44 or go to our website.


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