The new plan allows for payments in installments of up to 60 months.
The American University in Cairo’s (AUC) School of Business has announced a new partnership with valU and Paymob, an agreement which will see valU expand financing plans for the school’s executive education programmes.
valU, a leading buy-now pay-later (BNPL) fintech platform, will be providing plans for payments in installments of up to 60 months, transactions which will go through e-payment aggregator giant Paymob.
The streamlined payment experience and laxed installment plans for prospective students is specifically tailored for the AUC School School of Business’ executive education programme. Paymob CEO Islam Shawky announced that “empowering the educational sector is a key priority for Paymob,” saying the company was “very excited to extend our long-term partnership” with the school.
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