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I'm saving for education

If you’re saving for education, you’re safe in the hands of Aviva

How prepared are you for education costs?

You want your children to have the best education possible, yet school and college expenses and fees can be costly.

  • Half of Irish parents feel completely unprepared for the high cost of putting children through third level education.
  • Over a third of families intending to put children through third level education have savings earmarked for this purpose.
  • €10k estimated annual cost of sending your child to college away from home1.
  • €5k estimated annual cost of sending your child to college while living at home1.

Help your savings make the grade with Aviva

When it comes to your child's future, you'd do all you can and more. We get that.

Regular Saver

Aviva’s Regular Saver allows you to gradually Build-up the funds necessary to support your children’s third level education.

You can invest from as little as €100 a month through Regular Saver.

Investment Bond

Aviva’s Investment Bond gives your Built-up lump sum the potential to grow over the medium to long-term.

You can invest from as little as €10,000 through Investment Bond.

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Warnings

Important information to consider.

Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.

Warning: If you invest in these product you may lose some or all of the money you invest.

Warning: These product may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.

1. Source: Aviva Cost of Education Report. (2017)

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