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CUs student loans serve four of Top 10 MBA schools
WASHINGTON (2/1/10)--Four of the top 10 global business schools, as ranked by The Financial Times, offer custom graduate private student loan programs from credit unions participating in Credit Union Student Choice. The schools include the University of Pennsylvania--Wharton, Harvard Business School, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management. Credit Union Student Choice is a credit union service organization that partners with credit unions to offer student loan programs. In addition to the four schools ranked in the top 10, credit union loan programs are being offered at Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business and the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. All of the programs launched in 2009 and will be offered in 2010. Credit unions offering programs include:
* Digital FCU, Marlborough, Mass.; * Harvard University Employees CU, Cambridge, Mass.; * Star One CU, Sunnyvale, Calif.; * MIT FCU, Cambridge, Mass.; * Emory Alliance CU, Decatur, Ga; and * University of Virginia Community CU, Charlottesville, Va.
Credit Union Student Choice has expanded to serve nearly 100 credit unions nationwide with undergraduate private student lending services and graduate programs.
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