International students may be eligible for merit-based academic scholarships, ranging from $1,000-$5000. These scholarships are awarded during the application and credential evaluation stage, and may be renewable for up to four years.
To learn more about scholarships for international students and Study Abroad programs, visit these sites:
In addition, check with your country’s ministry of education and other agencies to learn about additional scholarship opportunities.When applying for scholarships, make sure to start your scholarship search as early as possible. Strictly observe deadlines and submit applications in a timely manner. Be honest and thorough, making sure to proofread your application for accuracy, and to keep copies of all incoming and outgoing applications. If you are studying in the US and a citizen from a country that is part of the Organization of American States (OAS), you may be eligible for interest-free loans. Visit the Rowe Pan-American Fund to learn about opportunities to finance your higher education.