Future Finance supports BPP students

Future Finance, The UK’s first specialist student lender, announces that it has entered into a partnership with BPP University

Future Finance Loan Corporation, the UK’s first specialist student lender, announces that it has entered it into a partnership with BPP University, to help provide high-quality financing options to BPP students.

Future Finance, the only company of its kind to be currently operating in the UK, offers loans specifically designed for both undergraduates and postgraduates to help them fund their higher educations at a time where there are very limited financing options available to students. 

The new partnership will enable students enrolled in any programme at BPP to benefit from lower charges, giving them an even more competitive source of long-term funding (Representative 11.6% APR variable). 

Brian Norton, Chief Executive of Future Finance said: “We are delighted to be working with BPP to offer its students a solution to the clear funding gap that exists for those in higher education in the UK. We are the first and only specialist student lender offering tailored solutions to students at UK universities. Our mission is to help students to cover the cost of one of the most important investments they will ever make by providing a straightforward source of specialist finance which is structured to meet their needs.”

Carl Lygo, CEO of BPP Holdings Ltd. and Vice-Chancellor of BPP University said: “BPP is committed to promoting excellence in professional education in the UK by providing our students with the tools they need to boost their prospects and expand their capabilities. We are extremely proud that through our partnership with Future Finance, we will be able to help more students reach their educational and professional goals.”

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