Help funding a Master's degree in Diplomacy

This is me

Nick name
22 years
Highest education
International University in Geneva

This is my Credit Motivation

I am an American student that has been accepted into the MIR-D program (Master of International Relations and Diplomacy) at the International University of Geneva, which is a small private school. However, in order to complete the program, I will need help with funding. My parents are only able to help a little bit, as they paid for my entire undergraduate education and are currently funding my younger sister's education. I have received a partial scholarship from the university, but I will still need about 35'000 CHF. 

I plan to work part-time during my studies as permitted by my student visa, and then full time on holidays. Because the university has many connections and networks with various international agencies, I feel confident that I will be able to find employment shortly after I graduate.

The funds will be paid out directly to the International University in Geneva.

This is what I need

Credit amount
CHF 35'000
Maximum interest rate
Start date
August 2019
Study time
18 months
Re-payment starts
February 2021
Re-payment time
48 months
Loan fully paid back
January 2025

This is my plan

International University in Geneva
Main field of study
International Relations and Diplomacy
Additional fields of study
International Relations and Diplomacy
Begin of study
November 2019
End of study
November 2020
Current semester
Plans after study

I have a passion for politics and relationships between countries, and I hope that I will be able to use my degree to work with either the UN or a non-profit organization. The city of Geneva is rich with history when it comes to international relations, and my biggest dream is to become a part of that history. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!



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