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OPPORTUNITY - Seize it now!

By Staff Writer
OPPORTUNITY
Take advantage of it now!

If you or your family have ever wanted to study further, now's the time. Because with Eduloan, the finance you need for studies is more accessible than ever!

Government employees, and employees of companies that are registered with Eduloan, qualify to use the salary deduction option to pay for their loans. This means that loan applications are subject to a much faster approval process because of the different credit criteria.

With a study loan from Eduloan there's no deposit to be paid and loans can be structured to include registration fees. Even study-related expenses can be covered, such as for books and laptops.

Since 1996 Eduloan has issued over 530,000 student loans to the value of R2.2 billion - which makes us the preferred provider of education finance.

Studying further has never been more accessible, so take advantage of that opportunity now. Contact Eduloan today to unlock your, and your family's potential.

Eduloan (Pty) Ltd is a registered credit provider (NCRP 158) Co. Reg. 1996/003961/07

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