What are my private student loan options?

CommonBond MBA Student Loan


Interest Rates

CommonBond offers 10 and 15 year termed, fixed-rate, loan products to give you the flexibility you need to finance your MBA . Here are the options:

  • A 10-year option with a fixed interest rate of 5.59% (5.78% APR)1
  • A 15-year option with a fixed interest rate of 5.95% (6.09% APR)1

Loan Limits

Your school will set your maximum borrow amount based on their published cost of attendance minus scholarships and other forms of assistance such as grants, fellowships, and financial aid. This total cost of attendance is sometimes referred to as your "financial need.” Our maximum loan amount per academic year is $110,000.


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Social Promise

Make a difference! For every degree fully funded by CommonBond, we fund the education of a student in need abroad for a full year.

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  • You must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
  • You must be enrolled at least half-time as a graduate student at one of the schools in our network.

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1The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is based on a $10,000 loan and reflects the accruing interest, the effect of capitalized interest, a 2% origination fee, the full deferment payment plan option (in which there is a 21-month in-school deferment and a six-month grace period), and a monthly principal and interest payment of $125.13 for 10 years (120 periods) and $97.28 for 15 years (180 months), with the first payment due 45 days after the completion of the grace period.

What are my private student loan options?