More and more students need to financially support their studies by themselves, which leads to searching for financing solutions. Recognizing the need to improve the financing gap experienced by higher education students that is preventing them from access to education and training, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has chosen the consortium made up of Technopolis GR, EY and T33 to analyze ways to incentivize more financial or non-financial institutions to provide financial solutions for students at better terms. 

In this context, the consortium will conduct an analysis and perform a mapping of the student financing market; outline the different financial solutions with a focus on loan financing and alternative ways of student finance; and identify barriers related to the regulatory and tax implications of financing-like activities provided by non-traditional lenders. The assignment will cover the 27 Member States and include a comparative analysis of UK and the US.

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