Our Tools & Services
Make a prudent estimation of your education loan EMIs with the UniCreds Loan EMI Calculator
Use our proprietary algorithms to find out if you're eligible for a loan at the best rate.
Our loan repayment calculator lets you calculate, easily and quickly, the monthly repayment amount of your student loans.
To give you the best and propel your ambitions, we’re going the extra mile to partner with some of the top international banks.
How UniCreds works
- 1Get in touch with one of our seasoned education loan counsellors, who will guide you in getting a loan with or without collateral.
- 2Your application will then be processed by our partners like Avanse, HDFC Credila, Incred, Axis Bank, Auxilo, Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, Prodigy Finance, Leap Finance, MPOWER Financing, CREDENC, IDFC First Bank, Sallie Mae, Ascent, and Lorien.
- 3Our strategic partnerships will allow students to get the lowest possible rates, hassle-free process, a higher chance of approval and door-step service.
Why choose UniCreds
We ensure 100% transparency throughout the education loan process. Our education loan counsellors will stay by your side every step of the way.
Interest paid on education loans from our partners is fully eligible for deduction under Section 80E of the Income Tax Act, 1961. This will help ease the financial burden of studying abroad.
UniCreds harnesses the power of AI and data science to provide students with the optimum education loan that will best suit their needs.
Through UniCreds, expect to get education loans with the least amount of collateral. Our strategic partnerships with some of the most popular lenders enable us to provide students with education loans with flexible collateral.
Expect 24/7 assistance from education loan counsellors at UniCreds. Our counsellors boast years of experience in student finance and will provide free of cost assistance to students.
At UniCreds, we deeply value convenience and reliability. All our education loans are 100% secure and are sourced from the safest banks and NBFCs.