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Fundi provides study loans to students to help them cover the costs of studying. If you would like to contact them, keep on reading.
Fundi is a South African Education Finance specialist. They strive to help students achieve their dreams, by covering the costs of attending tertiary institutions.
They cover study loans, short courses, accommodation loans, executive loans, MBA funding, study device loans, and educational tools.
Fundi's online website help students find accommodation, buy airtime and data and gain access to eBooks.
Study and short course loans cover the cost of tuition fees for long-term studies and short courses. Once you have found your place, Fundi helps you pay the rent in smaller, affordable instalments.
Executive loans help you cover the costs of studying a specialist course or programme. MBA loans assist you by funding for your Master of Business Administration degree.
Devices can be quite expensive however, they are necessary when studying at any tertiary institution. Study device loans help you purchase laptops, cellular phones and tablets to help you succeed in today's day and age.
Certain fields of study require certain tools, such as textbooks, a musical instrument, a scientific calculator, a stethoscope, or safety equipment. Which is where the educational tools loan comes in handy.
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