Unicaja Banco will be present one more year at the Freshers’ Fair (Feria de Bienvenida) organized by the University of Salamanca for new students. The bank will have an information stand on products aimed specifically at students, such as funding for enrollment fees.
One of the main products featured at the bank’s stand at the Freshers’ Fair will be its loan for students. The bank will once again make it easier for students at the University of Salamanca campuses to pay their enrollment fees through its Préstamo Estudios (Student Loan), designed to finance academic fees in any type of official university education. This loan has a fixed interest rate, so that the amount to be paid is known in advance, 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.
Unicaja Banco’s stand at the Freshers’ Fair will also promote three debit cards: Young Person Debit Card, Real Madrid Card and Play Station Card.
Other products aimed at young people and offered by the bank include the Young Person Account, Young Person Contactless Debit Card and Unicaja Banco’s Digital Banking. The Digital Banking includes Bizum and is accessible through the website and Unicaja Banco App, allowing customers, in a secure, convenient and agile manner, to view their accounts and make transactions such as transfers, payment of taxes and invoices, etc.