If your application is matched to available funding during any of the rounds, you will receive a notification from us that your application has been matched. You'll have 14 days to let us know what you want to do.
You can choose to:
- Accept the match and continue with the process (you'll receive a letter of approved funds to use when applying for your visa)
- Say that you're not sure (funds won't be reserved for you, but you'll automatically be considered in the next matching round)
- Withdraw your application if you no longer need funding
If you accept the match, funds are reserved for you - but there are still a few steps to complete before we prepare your loan agreement. It's important that you accept as soon as possible so that we can support you through the next steps. Once you accept the match, you'll have a few tasks to complete on your dashboard, which is also where you can find your letter of approved funds.
If you’re unsure and select the ‘’I'm not sure’’ option, you'll be put back and considered for funding in upcoming matching rounds. This means we can't guarantee in which round your application will be matched, as this depends on the criteria of the available funding.
If you want any information related to the Prodigy Finance supported schools before you make your decision, or if the question is simply, “What loans am I eligible for?”, simply check out one of our Support pages or visit our Study Centre to read more about how Prodigy Finance can help you in the next stage of your career journey.
Also, if you have some questions about Prodigy Finance charging any hidden fees, whether your full cost of studies will be covered, whether forex rates will affect your interest, or if you’ll receive a tax break or not, here is an article that provides as good a Prodigy Finance review as possible.
For any other information about Prodigy Finance, or our student loan process, feel free to browse through our site or register for a webinar to have your questions answered by one of our team members before you apply for our student loan.