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Seize the opportunity today!

By Staff Writer

At Eduloan, we understand the costs involved in studying, whether it's you studying on a part-time basis or your children attending full time tuition. Study fees are just a part of the financial picture - which means there's more than just one reason to apply for a student loan from Eduloan.

In addition to study fees, a study loan from Eduloan can also cover student related necessities such as books, accessories, laptops and accommodation. Other fees such as registration fees, outstanding fees and module fees are paid using the loan as well.

Whatever your study-related finance needs are, you can be sure that Eduloan covers them all. Eduloan's salary deduction facility will also assist you with a quicker approvals process and automatic monthly instalment deductions. Less worry and less admin for you! So seize the opportunity now, for yourself and your family, and unlock your potential with Eduloan.

  • 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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