Prodigy Finance set to unlock new educational opportunities for Indian students in 2021; onboards 12 new universities in the US

● The latest colleges extend great opportunities in the fields of Business, Science, and Engineering to Indian students looking for higher education abroad ● Carries an attractive portfolio of 800 colleges globally offering 1000 postgraduate courses

New Delhi: Underlying its commitment to improving access to overseas education for Indian students, Prodigy Finance, a renowned cross-border fintech platform granting loans for postgraduate courses abroad, has recently collaborated with a further 12 prestigious universities in the United States. The schools in question are Bentley University, Hult International Business School, University of North Dakota, University of Southern Mississippi, Mayo Graduate School, Miami Herbert Business School, North Carolina State University- University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Jackson State University, Morgan State University, South Dakota State University, University of Memphis- University of Tennessee Health Science Center- Memphis, and Oregon Health and Science University.

 

The strategic partnership will allow students to choose from a much wider list of Business, Science, and Engineering colleges and acquire the necessary skills to scale their future towards the path of success.

 

Speaking on the notable announcement, Mayank Sharma, Country Head India, Prodigy Finance, said, “The United States is home to some of the best universities for postgraduate education in the world. By partnering with these additional 12 respected colleges and institutions, we hope to provide Indian students with even more choice as they look to achieve their study abroad dreams in 2021 and beyond. We stay committed to guiding students towards a bright future by connecting them with leading educational institutions across the globe”.

 

With 12 new colleges added to its portfolio line-up, Prodigy Finance now works with over 800 colleges providing 1000 postgraduate programmes to its students.

 

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