In this issue: list of eligible schools for loans, budgeting tips for school, featured scholaships and more!

Financial Aid Newsletter

July - Issue #4

Welcome to the 4th edition of the Financial Aid Newsletter for international and study abroad students brought to you by IEFA.org, InternationalScholarships.com and InternationalStudentLoan.com. Students around the world are already thinking about the new semester starting in the Fall, but there’s still plenty of time to get everything ready - including making sure you have the appropriate funding in place. In this issue find out if your school is on our list of schools eligible for international student loans, and receive guidance on budgeting for students, information for US students studying abroad and a scholarship opportunity for budding filmmakers.

Sincerely,
The International Financial Aid Team

 

Is Your School On The List?

In order to qualify for an international student loan students must attend an eligible school in the United States or Canada. Not every lender works with international students and not every lender works with every school; however, there are thousands of eligible schools including community colleges, traditional colleges, universities, and graduate schools.

To help save you time, International Student Loan has a complete list of eligible schools in the US and Canada that will work with lenders to get you the funding needed for your international studies! Just input a few details into our loan finder tool to see which lenders are suitable for your circumstances.

How To Budget For School

To help you figure out the cost of studying outside your home country, we've developed this guide so you can see what to expect when attending a university or college in the United States. There is a lot to consider as you evaluate fees beyond the cost of tuition. You can also download a sample budget here:

US Students Applying for Foreign Student Loans

If you are a US student enrolled at a university in a foreign country, one of the most challenging issues is funding your education. To help guide you through this process, check out our list of ten considerations to keep in mind when applying for foreign student loans.

Video Contest Scholarship for Students

Current high school, college, or university students from any country may enter this contest to win a $1000 or $500 USD scholarship. Just record an original educational video on one of the suggested topics related to being a student. Click to find out more and apply to the organization hosting the scholarship!

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