Ten Best Sites to find Free Scholarships
- scholars4dev helps you find the best international scholarships abroad so you can become Scholars for Development
- Opportunity to apply for a loan program where one can borrow annually up to approximately $30,000. International students are required to have a US Citizen or permanent resident as a co-signer to apply for this loan. These loans funds are disbursed directly to the applicant, have competitive interest rates and no application fees
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- Best Scholarships and Financial Aid for International Students
- Scholarships & Financial Aid 2014 2015 for Undergraduate, Masters, PhD Postdoctoral Students
- Comprehensive list of over 7,000 individual scholarships, student awards, bursaries and grants for Canadian Students and Post Secondary Educational Institutions. Registration is free and provides enough initial information to be able to contact the organization offering the scholarship.
- A site that features financial aid, college scholarship and international scholarship resource for students wishing to study abroad. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive listing of grants, scholarships, loan programs, and other information to assist college and university students in their pursuit to study abroad.
- A site offered by and listing a number of Government of Canada scholarships. Please click on the links provided for more detailed information.
- This site is managed by the U.S. Department of State and has excellent and helpful information on obtaining and U.S. Visa and Financial Assistance. No specific scholarships offered.
- The online community of international students studying in the USA. The site where students help students to survive and thrive during their stay in America.
- Online scholarship search and information service for bachelor, master, doctoral, and postdoctoral level offers from various country available for international students
1. Need-Blind Admissions
- Schools Awarding Financial Need-Blind Admissions Aid. This is a relatively new admissions policy but what it means is that a college or university will admit students regardless of their ability to pay, and for any students that cannot afford the price-tag, the university awards scholarships and other institutional aid to make up the difference. There are now nine US schools that offer need-blind admissions to international students. Basically, if you can get in, you can afford to go – they are:
- MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Massachusetts
- Harvard University in Massachusetts
- Princeton University in New Jersey
- Yale University in Connecticut
- Williams College in Massachusetts
- Middlebury College in Vermont
- Dartmouth College in New Hampshire
- Brown University in Providence, RI
- Amherst College in Massachusetts