Eurobank loans for university studies and professional training
5 August 2014.
Future students have loans with favourable interestrate, with no down payment and deposit, at their disposal
Belgrade, August 5, 2014 - Eurobank has offered to university students and their parents a non-cash option of financing university studies and all types of professional training, via favourable loans with an up to ive-year tenor.
Loans for financing university studies are approvedin the amount of RSD 24,000 to RSD 1,400,000, with a 60-month tenor. A loan application is to be submitted by an employed person, parent or someone else, with no mandatory salary transfer to Eurobank. Special benefits for all interested clients include a favourable interest rate and an option of taking a loan with no down payment and deposit, as well as with no disbursement fee.
This year Eurobank has decided to additionally support efforts of young people who wish to take up graduate or master studies or professional training. We have adjusted our offering to the needs and capacities of parents and university students, who will, with favourable interest rates and monthly installments, be able to invest in education and thus ensure better future prospects for themselves or their children – noted Vladan Vilotijević, Retail Coordination and Development Head at Eurobank.
All interested clients are invited to visit any of 95 Eurobank branches across Serbia or gain additional information at toll-free EuroPHONE 0800 1111 44 andat www.eurobank.rs.
An example of monthly installments of a loan with a60-month tenor:
|Loan amount (in RSD) ||Monthly loan installment (in RSD) |
|50,000 ||1,344 |
Eurobank is a European banking organization with total assets of € 77.6 bn (as at 31.12.13), offering universal banking across eight countries. Eurobank has a dynamic presence in Greece and holds lead positions in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, offers discerning Wealth Management services in Cyprus, Luxembourg and London and is also present in Ukraine.
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