We are pleased to present the following list of lenders who have expressed an active interest in lending to NYU Stern students. The list below includes private lenders that provide education loans specifically to international students. You are not required to borrow from any of the lenders listed below and there is no penalty for selecting a different lender, if you prefer. We encourage you to compare information among these and other available student loan providers. Individual lenders will, at their discretion, evaluate credit history. You may find more favorable loan terms and conditions by applying instead for a U.S. domestic private loan with a creditworthy U.S. co-signer. Keep in mind that for some co-signer loans, a student must have a social security number in addition to having an endorser. For application information and details about terms and conditions, please visit the lender's website or contact the sponsor's customer service phone number. Please note that application fees are not refundable. Typical processing time is 3-4 weeks, but may be longer. Please plan accordingly.
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For visa purposes, you should not include potential merit-based scholarships or private student loans as sources of funding. For further details, click here.
When applying for a private student loan, be sure to select the correct loan, specifying your status as a Stern graduate student (where applicable).
Without a U.S. co-signer:
UFSB Stern International Loan
The NYU Stern School of Business has collaborated with The First Marblehead Corporation and Union Federal Savings Bank to create a loan program for eligible international Stern graduate students with no co-signer required. For more information, please contact the Stern Graduate School financial aid office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 212-998-0790.
Disclaimer: Mr. William R. Berkley, a Vice Chair and Trustee of NYU, is Lead Director and a shareholder of The First Marblehead Corporation, which is the facilitator of this loan program and the parent company of both the lender, Union Federal Savings Bank, and the loan processor, First Marblehead Education Resources, Inc. Mr. Berkley disclosed his relationships to both NYU and First Marblehead, and has confirmed that he has not participated and will not participate in any aspect of the loan program on behalf of NYU, First Marblehead or their affiliates. NYU's Board of Trustees followed its conflict of interest policy in approving this loan program and will continue to follow such policy as it may apply in connection with this loan program.
BAEF MBA Fellowship
Belgian American Educational Foundation Inc.
The Belgian American Educational Foundation will award MBA students an interest-free loan of up to $100,000 for two academic years. You must be a Belgian citizen to apply and if awarded, will need to repay the loan amount within five years of graduation. For further eligibility requirements as well as the application instructions, please visit the foundation's website.
Canadian Student Loan
Government of Canada
The Government of Canada works in partnership with most provinces and territories to deliver student financial assistance programs. The exceptions are Quebec, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut which operate their own student financial assistance programs. To qualify, you must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident of Canada or a protected person.
With a U.S. co-signer:
Discover MBA Loan
Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund
Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund, 202-458-6208
Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan
Sallie Mae, 888-272-5543
Wells Fargo Graduate Loan
Wells Fargo Education Financial Services, 800-658-3567
Please note that the University cannot act as a co-signer or sponsor for domestic or international students. Given the current student loan industry climate, please be aware that loan programs are subject to change at any time.
Note: Effective February 14, 2010 all students must complete a Student Self-Certification Form when applying for private loans. Federal government regulations require that a lender obtain a self-certification signed by the loan applicant before disbursing a private education loan.
For a comparison chart of domestic private loans that will require a U.S. co-signer, please click here.