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UK start-up Student Finance raises €1.15m to tackle university loans

Educational technology start-up Student Finance has raised €1.15 million in a seed funding round led by Seedcamp and Mustard Seed Impact. The 2019-founded firm “is aiming to solve the skills gap” by “making education affordable and accessible through Income Share Agreements (ISAs),” says co-founder Mariano Kostelec. Student Finance co-founder Mariano Kostelec These ISAs mean Student Finance covers the cost of university tuition for students in return for a share of their future income, offering a third option which avoids paying back a loan or paying the fees upfront. “We believe a pay-per-success model is much needed in the education space…
UK start-up Student Finance raises €1.15m to tackle university loans

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