I hope this message reaches you well and you are having a great start to the Spring!
I wanted to take this opportunity to share with our North American candidates the amazing financing agreement IE has with Sallie Mae for American students. This agreement has allowed a countless number of Americans to make their dreams at IE come true, and unlike other funding agreements this one can cover tuition and LIVING expenses! This can make all the difference in your IE experience because one of the most important parts of coming to IE, is coming to Madrid, and you want to make sure you have all the funds to take full advantage of everything the city has to offer.
IE´s agreement with Sallie Mae has extremely favorable conditions for students who are studying outside of the United States. These loans are provided directly by Sallie Mae in US Dollars, and the application process has no cost and takes less than 24 hours to complete online. In addition, IE can assist in transferring any funds for living expenses directly to a Spanish bank account or send a check in US Dollars to the United Sates.
Please discuss this opportunity with your family, and if they have any doubts I would be happy to speak with you in more detail. As an American myself I am familiar with how Sallie Mae works back in the US and I would be pleased to share my personal advice and experience.
In order to apply for financing with Sallie Mae please visit www.SallieMae.com. If you or your family have any questions or require any assistance with this process please feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com.
About the author
Associate Director of Financial Aid at IE Business School, Francisco is a Madrid based California native. He received his undergraduate degree in Sociology from Whittier College in 2007 where he was awarded with the distinguished title of Outstanding Sociologist in Praxis. After graduation, Francisco joined the staff of Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina, the first Latina elected to the LA City Council and LA County Board of Supervisors. During his time as Legislative Deputy for Supervisor Molina, Francisco covered a wide range of legislative and community departments including the Department of Children and Family Services, Military and Veterans Affairs, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Los Angeles County Fire Department . He also oversaw the construction of two large scale public works projects: LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes and Grand Park. Francisco moved to Madrid in 2013 to attend the Master in International Relations program at IE. He currently oversees and manages the operations of IE Financial Aid, serves as a business development liaison for student financing partnerships with Banco Sabadell, Sallie Mae and Prodigy Finance, as well as acting as IE’s US Military Recruiting Liaison.