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Do not let another opportunity pass you by

By Staff Writer

If ever there was a time to seize the opportunity to study further - now is it!

With critical skills shortages and fierce competition in the workplace, you can't afford to let another year go by. You'll be pleased to know that you have a partner on board for your education journey - one that has been in the industry for over 14 years and who have issued more than R2.2 billion in study loans.

Eduloan is the preferred provider of education finance and are on hand to assist with tuition fees, laptop financing as well as all the other incidental costs involved with studying.

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.

Unlock your potential and take advantage of the opportunity to study further today.

  • Call 0860 55 55 44
  • 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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