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ADIB - Education Finance for Expats ADIB - Education Finance for Expats Minimum Salary: AED 8,000 Salary Transfer: Yes Islamic Finance: Yes Maximum Term: 4 Years Flat Rate: 3.72% Reducing Rate: 6.75%
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​​​Looking to give your kids the best? Planning to increase your professional knowledge? ADIB Education Finance is designed to take the stress out of learning. You can use to finance primary, secondary or university education.​​​
  • No installments for the first three months
  • Free ADIB VISA Covered Card
  • Option to postpone two payment per year (for free).
  • ADIB sanctions education finance for expats up to AED 250,000.
  • The repayment tenure of an education loan for expats is up to 48 months.
  • There are two options to choose from – flat rate and reduced rate. Flat rates start from 3.72%, and the reducing rate starts from 6.75%.
  • The early settlement fee is 1% of the remaining loan amount.
  • Comprehensive Takaful coverage on personal finance.
  • There is no processing fee on the ADIB Education Finance for Expats.
  • enjoy an instalment holiday of 120 days.
  • You have the liberty of postponing two instalments each year.
Documents Required
  • Original and copy of valid passport (with valid residence visa for expatriates)
  • Original and copy of valid Emirates ID
  • Bank account statement (last 3 months)​​​​​
  • Quotation from School / University addressed to ADIB (As per ADIB's format)​​
  • Age Criteria 21-60 years
Additional Information
  • The arrangement fee is 1% of the finance amount (min AED 500 and Max AED 2,500).
  • Takaful cover is 1.25% of the finance amount. Takaful is optional.
  • The early settlement fee is applied as per UAE Central Bank policy, which is 1% of the outstanding amount (principal + profit) to date, or AED 10,000, whichever is lower. The bank has the discretion to waive any or all of the total outstanding profit.
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