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Are you a candidate for the International MBA, April 2010 intake? Do you plan on applying for a Caja Madrid loan?

If so, keep in mind the following:

  1. International MBAs of the April 2010 intake must have submitted a completed application, including a temporary NIE number, to Financial Aid by 31 January, 2010.  No applications will be accepted after this date under any circumstances.
  2. While all admitted master program candidates can apply for a Caja Madrid loan, this source of program funding is not guaranteed.  Caja Madrid considers each individual applicant’s credit profile and history, past earnings and future salary potential when evaluating an application. Caja Madrid should be seen as one of many possible financing avenues you have available.  You are encouraged to actively seek out other sources of financing should Caja Madrid not approve your application.
  3. IE students cannot apply for more than one loan from IE’s loan agreement partners, so please take the time to choose the option that is right for you.

For more information, contact Financial Aid at financialaid@ie.edu.

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Apply for Loans August 20, 2010 - 12:17 am

Is there a reason why Columbia Business School doesn’t offer such loan program to its international students?

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