University Fees (Undergraduate)
from €31.23 per week
Whether you’re a student, a mature student or a parent of a student, talk to us today about our Education Loan.
ON YOUR MFCU EDUCATION LOAN
|MONTHLY REPAYMENTS (5 years)||€60.81||€405.43|
|TOTAL COST OF CREDIT||€3,648.89||€24,325.93|
for an MFCU Education Loan
You must be a registered MFCU member to apply for a loan with us. We welcome any new members that live, work or study within our common bond to join our North Dublin credit union today. Whether you’re a student, a mature student or parent of a student, talk to us today about an Education Loan.
Yes, of course! With MFCU, there is no penalty for early or lump sum repayments (excluding Mortgages).
An MFCU Education loan can be used to cover any expenses from your fees, laptop and books to travel and new experiences. Whether you’re a student, mature student or parent of a student, talk to us and learn about all the ways it can make the financial challenges associated with education less challenging.
At Member First Credit Union, loan approval is solely based on your ability to repay a loan. With each application, we take into consideration your income and outgoings, and base your ability to repay the loan on these figures. The maximum amount for an MFCU Education Loan is €75,000.
Every year, MFCU offers support for our local students as a part of our Community Fund. We offer €10,000 in scholarships, shared among the winners. In order to participate, you must fill the application form and meet the criteria mentioned below.
Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check your repayments using our loan calculator. If you’re happy with the repayments, submit your details and we’ll call you back within 24 hours to jump start your loan process.
Click here for Education Loan Terms and Conditions.
Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Member First Credit Union is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
WARNING: If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.