Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank ADCB, recently launched its new Banking on Education website in line with its ongoing initiative Banking on Education. The new website offers visitors access to information on education opportunities in the UAE and overseas as well as information on the range of financial solutions offered by the bank for financing education.
The Banking on Education website is the first of its kind offered by a UAE bank, and will cater to all sections of society including parents and students both young and old. The multi-faceted, easy to navigate website provides detailed information on college courses available in the UAE and overseas as well as explaining the financing options on offer from ADCB.
Through the interactive forum career counselors are also on hand to answer any questions that visitors may have in relation to their next career move and how further education can help them achieve their long term goals and ambition.
Commenting on the new service, Sundar Parthasarathy Head – Consumer Assets, said; “At ADCB we have a deep understanding of our customers’ needs and ambitious goals, and we are committed to supporting them on their journey as their financial partners. We urge allcustomers to plan for their children’s educational needs from an early stage. We can safely say that an investment in education will deliver long term returns for years to come.”
He added, “ADCB is committed to supporting the government’s view that a highly educated population will support the future sustainability and growth of the UAE economy. In line with this vision, we created the ‘Banking on Education’ website, a real-time solution offering parents and prospective students the necessary information they need to make a decision regarding the best education opportunities available to them. The website also provides details on the suite of services we have developed to support our customers’ ambitious plans for their children and their future careers.”
For further information please visit the Banking on Education website