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Want to study further? Take advantage of the opportunity now!

By Staff Writer
If you or your family have ever wanted to study further, now is the time. With Eduloan, the finance you need for your studies is more accessible than ever!

The salary deduction option available to fund your or your family's education allows for a much quicker approval process and streamlines the administration for you. All that's left for you to do is focus on what truly matters - reaching your goals. 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.

Call 0860 55 55 44 to find out more about the salary deduction facility

SMS "opportunity" to 32150 and we'll call you back

Or visit www.myeduloan.co.za to apply.

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

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