Four out of the top ten global MBA schools, as ranked this week by The Financial Times, now offer graduate private student loan programs through CUSO Credit Union Student Choice.
The University of Pennsylvania, Wharton; Harvard Business School; Stanford University Graduate School of Business; and MIT Sloan School of Management all launched credit union loan programs in 2009 and were ranked in the top ten global MBA schools.
"The release of these rankings gives us a great opportunity to reflect on this amazing accomplishment-that not-for-profit financial cooperatives are helping fund the education of tomorrow's global business leaders," said Jeffreys. "These schools have realized the tremendous value that credit unions can deliver to students, and it's a great affirmation of the compatibility of the credit union model and philosophy with the mission of school financial aid offices."
CU Student Choice also started loan programs with Emory University's Goizueta School of Business and the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business.