Unicaja Banco helps students again with the payment of their enrolment fees with the Préstamo Estudios*, to finance the enrollment fees of any official academic training.
The Préstamo Estudios has a fixed interest rate to know in advance the amount to be repaid and has flexibility in repayment, with a term of up to five years.
This loan is intended to finance all types of studies, such as undergraduate university tuition, vocational training, master's degrees, postgraduate studies, professional artistic education, sports training, higher religious studies or language training in official schools.
Students over 18 years of age with an account at Unicaja Banco can apply for this loan at any stage of their education, either at the beginning of their studies or when resuming them, and whose enrollment fee is at least 5,000 euros.
Unicaja Banco’s support to students and young people is part of its activity as a financial institution focused on retail and proximity banking, and thus it offers a series of products and services with financial advantages and tailored to their needs.
Products and services
In addition to Unicaja Banco’s comprehensive offering in terms of specific financing for studies, the bank provides young people with a series of financial products and services for their needs.
Among the products aimed at this group, the Cuenta Joven (Young Person Account) stands out, a fee-free account up to the age of 27, with total and immediate liquidity. It also offers a Tarjeta de Débito Joven Contactless (Young Person Contactless Debit Card), also free and with no issuance or maintenance fees, with mobile payment and valid for purchases online and abroad, and with access to the EURO 6000 Privilegios discount program.
The services are completed with Unicaja Banco’s Digital Banking, accessible through the web and the Unicaja Banco App, which integrates Bizum and where customers can conveniently, quickly and securely check their transactions and perform various operations, such as sending transfers, paying taxes and bills, etc.
*Granting subject to the bank's criteria