The fintech platform aims to disburse loans worth more than $1b to over 20,000 deserving Indian students
Prodigy Finance now supports over 800 colleges and 1000 post-graduate courses across the Globe
Mumbai, April 27, 2021- To broaden the scope of international education for Indian students, Prodigy Finance, a leading cross-border fintech platform offering loans for postgraduate programmes abroad, has joined forces with six popular universities in the US and UK. These include the University of North Texas- College of Engineering, San Diego State University- College of Sciences, London School of Economics, University at Albany- College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University- College of Arts and Sciences, and Oklahoma State University- Spears School of Business. With this collaboration, students can now have a wider choice of universities to choose from and make informed decisions to have a brighter tomorrow.
Commenting on the development, Mayank Sharma, Country Head India, Prodigy Finance, said, “Every year, we witness a significant jump in the number of Indian students dreaming to study abroad. By updating our portfolio, we want students to get more university options to browse through and choose what is best suited for them. In terms of financing, we wish to disburse more than $1 billion worth of loans to over 20,000 deserving Indian students in the next three years. We strive to connect students with the best educational institutions and courses around the globe”.
By making recent notable additions to its portfolio, Prodigy Finance now supports over 800 colleges and 1000 post-graduate courses, of which a majority now focus on STEM subjects that have risen in demand over the last few years, complementing Prodigy Finance’s historic strength in business programmes.
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