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Published: Thursday, 17 March, 2016 04:00 PM
State Bank of India launches “SBI Global Ed-Vantage” an overseas education loan. The bank has long been a leader in fulfilling the aspirations of students who wish to pursue higher education in India and abroad. Being the largest Bank in the country, it is the first point of enquiry for students who get admissions to various courses and are in need of finance.
The Bank has constantly been adapting its offerings to student groups keeping in mind their specific requirements. SBI Scholar Loan scheme has been specifically tailored for those who get admission to a select list of 100+ Top institutions in India covering Management, Engineering, Medicine, Law etc. Key features include a collateral free loan at a low interest rate.
Recent years have seen a steady increase in enquiries for financing studies at foreign Universities. Students seeking global exposure are trying for prestigious Universities like Stanford, Harvard, MIT and INSEAD etc. But the cost of education being on the higher side, they often find it difficult to pursue their studies for want of adequate finance.
SBI Global Ed-Vantage is a new offering that aims to assist those who wish to avail a higher education at the top institutions across the globe. The salient features are as below:
To avail of the SBI Global Ed-Vantage – overseas education loan, visit the designated branch nearest to you. List of branches and the contact details have been provided on the Bank’s website. So go ahead, Challenge the World!
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