Financial Aid Newsletter

May - Issue #26

Welcome to the Financial Aid Newsletter for International and Study Abroad Students brought to you by, and

This month in our newsletter we’re looking at studying in the UK, the top schools in Canada for international students, and information about loans for American students studying abroad.

We also have a featured full scholarship to study at Western Caspian University, and we explain the financial aid term: Institutional Aid.

The International Financial Aid Team


Studying in the UK

The United Kingdom is a great place to study as an international student. There are many reasons for this, such as the strength of the university system and the high quality of education, and its location. Not only is it a great place to study, but it is also one of the most popular destinations for international students. If you’re interested in finding out more about the UK as a study destination, check out the latest blog on IEFA.

Top Universities in Canada

Or maybe you’re more interested in studying in Canada. Canada is a melting pot of global cultures and a top-rated centre for higher learning. No matter what your career aspirations are, it is always a great idea to acquire further education in Canada. If you are a student hoping to study abroad, there are many universities in Canada that are welcoming to international students. In this article, we'll take a look at 5 schools that are highly ranked by international students.

Full Scholarships - Western Caspian University

Western Caspian University is an international institution that offers undergraduate and graduate level education. There are scholarships for international students who want to study at any level. They offer bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and Ph.D. programs in English language. This scholarship will help people from low income countries with excellent academic performance.

American Students Abroad

If you are an American student and want to study your degree at a foreign school instead of going to college in the US, then you might wonder how much it will cost and if there is any way for you to finance it.

The good news is you can apply for a Foreign Enrolled student loan, and you can find out if you’re eligible in this article.

Financial Aid Explained: Institutional Aid

Institutional Aid means scholarships and financial aid from your school, not private or federal sources. Institutional Financial Aid could be offered as academic scholarships awarded based on grades, need-based university grants or work-study programs.