If your school is not on the list of schools that MPOWER supports, it is because we are not currently supporting that school and you unfortunately cannot apply for a loan with us. But our list of schools is always growing, so please check back for updates.
MPOWER does not require a credit score or co-signer for our borrowers. We make loan decisions based on your future potential and review your credit history in order to verify your payment history and the possible existence of any delinquencies such as late payments, collections etc.
Yes, we lend to students from more than 190 countries who attend one of the schools we support in the U.S. or Canada. Check your eligibility for the MPOWER Education Loan.
In order to be eligible for a loan with MPOWER, you will need to meet the criteria below:
- You must currently be admitted to or enrolled in a school in the U.S. or Canada that MPOWER supports AND
- You must be within two years of graduating from your program. For example: if your anticipated graduation date is May 2020, then your program must have started in May 2018 or later.
- You must apply for a loan a maximum of 12 months prior to the loan start date.
- You must reside in the country of your program (the U.S. or Canada) while you’re in school.
- Your program must be degree seeking.
In order to be eligible for a loan, you must be admitted to or enrolled in a school that MPOWER supports. Please check your loan eligibility.
For support in your college application process, please consider some of the options below:
- Edupass: A website dedicated to providing information to international students seeking to study in the U.S.
- Mentorverse: Expert mentors who provide one-on-one help for international students applying to U.S. colleges.
- Globalizers: An India-based education consulting firm.
- Fortuna Admissions: An M.B.A admissions consulting firm with strong personal focus.
- GMAT Club: An information-sharing and resource center that can help with the business school application process.
- Unigo: An online resource that offers a variety of scholarships to current and future students.
- EStudentLoan: A private loan finder source that helps students compare different loan options.
You can apply for a loan a maximum of 12 months prior to when you need the money for school.