What are the different options to finance your studies available in Mauritius
Financial options ?

If you recently finished your secondary studies, figuring out how to finance your studies is probably one of the biggest hurdles you’ll face. The good news is, as a student, you may be eligible for financial support to help fund your studies. There are many different options - from scholarships and bursaries, to finding a part-time job or applying for a study loan. Don’t let anything stand in your way of getting an education.

Financial institutions:  

  • Banks
  • Scholarships
  • Educational insurances
  • Part-time jobs
  • Social security

BANKS: There are a number of public and private financial institutions that offer student loans. They offer competitive interest rates and flexible repayment terms to suit your needs.

SCHOLARSHIPS: A number universities offer scholarships and bursaries to students. Let’s have a look on the different scholarship available: Scholarship 

EDUCATIONAL INSURANCE:  The child education policy is a life insurance product specially designed as a savings tool to provide an amount of money when your child reaches the age for entry into college (18 years and above).

PART TIME JOBS: A part-time contract is a form of employment that carries fewer hours per week than a full-time job. This can help a student to save money & to study at the same time. 

SOCIAL SECURITY: This financial help comes from the government who propose to help those who are in needs and willing to pursuit their studies.

State Bank of Mauritius