Education Loan

Having a proper education is very important nowadays. However, in past years, the cost of educating our children has hit the roof. Whether it is buying textbooks, uniforms or excursions, these costs seem to keep rising on a yearly basis. Hence, as long as you meet our criteria, AHA Money would like to extend a helping hand to assist you through our Education Loan, so you can access what you need to secure your child’s educational needs.

Student Loan

There is nothing more important than education for students in Australia. With rising education tuition along with high living expenses, it has become a real challenge for young people. Here at AHA Money, we want to make a difference to students lives and help them achieve their goals. We will do our best to find the right loan just for you so you can spend more time studying and less time worrying about how to pay for your books and tuition fees.

University Loan

Are you a university student, enrolled in an education course or a tertiary institution in Australia, and finding the living expense and/or the tuition fees are getting higher and higher?
Sometimes it is a challenge to focus on your studies when you have things to worry about. So, we are here to help. Provided you meet our criteria, with our AHA Money Student Loan we can help you relieve the stress on your expenses, whether it is to pay for your textbooks, school tuition or buying a new computer, leaving you free to focus on your studies.

Overseas Interantional Student Loan

Are you an overseas international student enrolled in an education course or tertiary institution in Australia, and finding the living expense and/or the tuition fees are getting higher and higher? Sometimes it may be hard for you to make ends meet. If so, and if you meet our criteria, you may want to apply for our AHA Overseas International Student Loan to get some help with buying text books, paying for the school tuition or buying a new computer, so that you can focus on your studies.

Are you eligible to apply?

  • You are 18 years or older
  • You are employed
  • You are paid $500 or more a week into your bank account
  • Your income is not solely from centrelink
  • You have not entered into bankruptcy or part 9 agreement within the last 12 months