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IE University and Banco Lafise sign financing agreement for Latin American students

IE University and Banco Lafise sign financing agreement for latin american student

The agreement enables IE University students from Latin America to finance their training programs under better conditions.

Madrid, 20 February 2019. IE University students from Latin America will be able to finance their training programs under better conditions thanks to an agreement with Banco LAFISE. Roberto Zamora Llanes, president of Grupo Financiero LAFISE, signed the agreement, which will finance degree and master’s programs for students from more than 10 countries, including the Dominican Republic, Panama, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

The agreement, promoted by the Financial Aid team of IE University, consolidates the institution’s commitment to Latin America. “Our students will have access to a specific financing offer with preferential and exclusive conditions,” Financial Aid said in a statement. The team works to facilitate access by candidates from all over the world to IE University programs. “This agreement is a milestone and once again consolidates IE University’s commitment to Latin America,” added the body.

“This agreement is a milestone and once again consolidates IE University’s commitment to Latin America.”

“This agreement is very important for Banco LAFISE, a member of the LAFISE Group, because we understand the need of young people in our countries to find the appropriate financing to apply for a degree program, a master’s or a doctorate to successfully compete. Nowadays, companies demand talented, creative, dynamic collaborators, with high skill levels and a good curriculum, which are best accompanied by a master’s or doctorate”, said Roberto Zamora Llanes, president of LAFISE Group.

Banco LAFISE supports and promotes inclusive, quality education underpinned by values through Fundación Zamora Terán and its educational Una Computadora por Niño program, which started in Nicaragua and now extends throughout Central America and the Caribbean and that has produced excellent results due to its pedagogical approach to teaching-learning,  which is both integral and integrating, assisted by technology through XO computers.