Business School Graduate Loan Program
The GradLoans Business School Loan will help you bridge the gap between federal financial aid and the true cost of a graduate education. Created especially for business school students like you with unmet financial need, our business school Loan program will help you achieve your professional and educational goals.
You can use a graduate business school loan to cover any education related expenses, including, student computers, books, room and board, travel and more. Additional Benefits include:
GradLoans Business School Loan Benefits
- Defer payments while in school and for a six-month grace period after graduation
- Exclusive 2% graduation reward based on your outstanding principal balance1
- No upfront, origination, guarantor, or prepayment fees
- Lower your interest rate by 0.25% when you choose to have your payments automatically deducted from your personal bank account
- Annual Maximum is 100% of your Cost of Attendance minus other aid, based on school certification
How do I qualify?
You must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, and be enrolled at least half-time in a 4 or 5 year degree program. Additionally, you must have a cosigner for your loan application, and you and your cosigner must both pass a credit check.
Business School Loan Borrowing Amounts
You may borrower up to the cost of education.
Federal Stafford Loan for Business School
- Learn more about Stafford loans for business school or your MBA program
- Apply Online - Federal Stafford Loan Application
Research Top Business Schools
- Harvard University
- Stanford University
- University of Pennsylvania
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Northwestern University
- University of Chicago
- Dartmouth College
- University of California-Berkeley
- Columbia University
- New York University
1You will be eligible to receive a Graduation Reward when:
- The student graduates from the degree program that the loan was used to fund, and;
- The graduation date is less than six years after the date of the loan's first disbursement, and;
- The loan is not in default on the graduation date
5 Interest will continue to accrue while your private student loan payments are deferred, and it will be capitalized (added to your principal loan balance) when repayment begins.