A good little article has just been published by the WSJ, which will be of special interest to US-based candidates coming to IE this Fall. The article talks about the challenges US students face when funding their studies, and specifically about US federal loans:
“Federal student loans have long been the option preferred by most borrowers. But annual interest rates on many of these government loans range from 5% to 7.9% at a time when mortgages are going for around 3.5% or less…” To see the full article, click here.
For US candidates IE offeres a wide range of program funding options, and we are also an approved school for Sallie Mae loans, which is offering rates similar to US federal loans. To learn more about the Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loans, check out see the web page here. IE is able to offer student loans in US Dollars to all qualifying US students who come to IE, and for both Bachelor and Master programs.