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Cass signs MoU with National Bank of Abu Dhabi

Cass has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD).

The agreement is part of the School's broader strategy to support its students and to contribute to the overall academic development in the region. 

The MoU will bring the '0% Easy Payment Plan', which allows students to fund their tuition fees in interest free instalments with NBAD's credit cards. This can be paid off over a period of three, six or 12 months at no extra charge. 

Ehsan Razavizadeh, Regional Director, MENA, said:

"Our agreement with NBAD is part of our endeavour to partner with leading businesses in order to enhance our students' experience. Students can now enjoy a more flexible way to finance their studies. As an established leader in the academic sector, we constantly seek to support our students for the overall benefit of the community and to facilitate the development of the knowledge-based economy."

As Dubai rapidly evolves into one of the world's leading regional trade hubs, it is being recognised for its significant efforts to create a knowledge-based economy built on a culture of education and innovation.

In this economic landscape, education and skills-development are key. Through its academic programmes Cass aims to contribute to the creation of a knowledge-based economy in the UAE and wider region.

Navneet Dave, Director - Card Business of NBAD said:

"We are delighted to expand our partnership to Cass Business School, City University London; a leading global academic institution. This partnership will provide students great flexibility and convenience to finance their studies." 

NBAD has one of the largest networks in the UAE, with an expanding network of 125 branches and cash offices and more than 585 ATMs across the country.

NBAD 's growing international network consists of about 60 branches and offices in 18 countries stretching across five continents from the Far East to the Americas, giving it the largest global network among all UAE banks.

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