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Washington University in St Louis Olin Business School

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International Process

1. Evaluate loan options. International students are not eligible for U.S. federal student loans but may be eligible for private loans.

a) Alternative Loans: Student’s interested in taking alternative loans will need to go directly to the lenders website and complete the application online. The academic period for the Fall and Spring semesters will run August through May. Spring only loans will be January through May.

The maximum amount of the loan you can request is the total listed on the need analysis page times the number of semesters in one academic year. A SEPARATE LOAN APPLICATION IS REQUIRED FOR THE SUMMER TERM and EACH ACADEMIC YEAR. A sample list of lenders can be accessed at the Student Lending Analytics website.

b) Alternative International Loan without a U.S. co-signer: It is our intention to offer a loan product that does not require a U.S. cosigner. However, the rates and terms for the 2012-13 loan program are still being finalized. Applications will not be available until you arrive on campus, but this program is typically available for any international student admitted to our full-time MBA program.

2. Submit your Financial Assistance Application to:

Kyle Cronan, Associate Director of Graduate Business Financial Aid
Washington University in St. Louis
Campus Box 1156 Knight Hall Room 110
1 Brookings Drive St. Louis, MO 63130
Fax: 314-935-4464

3. Students who have paid the deposit will be contacted once their Institutional Application and/or loan certification requests are received. Full-time MBA students may use a combination of both cosigner and non-cosigner programs to fund their studies at Olin. Dpending on the lender that is selected, students using an alternative loan with cosigner can usually begin their application process 60 days prior to the start of Mini-term A. Applications for the non-cosigner loan program will not be available until a student arrives on campus.