Applying for US universities? Check 10 colleges that aid most foreign students

Applying for US universities? Check 10 colleges that aid most foreign students With the pandemic, everything seems difficult for the Indian student who wants to apply abroad. Delayed admission procedures, travel restrictions, delayed visa processing and few financial subsidies have made the process even harder. However, it seems that such hopes continue to inspire us as students are constantly seen seeking answers about higher education in foreign universities, especially for scholarships and financial aid.

Now, if you are planning to apply to an American university, the first thing you need to understand is that the cost of education is likely to be higher than what you could pay for the same course in an Indian university. And it can take years to build such a body. However, some American colleges and universities provide significant institutional scholarships based on need or merit to students from foreign countries. Here are 3 ways students can apply for financial aid for a foreign university education.

  • Students seeking them will have to fill out the College Board’s College Scholarship Service Profile
  • They may also submit an International Student Financial Aid Application.
  • International students may also qualify for external college scholarships given by corporations or nonprofit organizations.

A U.S. News research earlier this year found that of 887 undergraduate institutions that disclosed how much financial aid they gave to a typical international student in 2021-2022, the average amount was about $22,000.

At the 10 schools where typical financial aid awards to international students were the highest, the average amount of scholarships was nearly $74,000, the US said. News and added, “All 10 schools are expensive private schools, with sticker tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 school year over $56,000.”

Check full list here: 

  • Wellesley College (MA): 82 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $78,432

  • Haverford College (PA): 55 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $76,600

  • Washington and Lee University (VA): 84 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $75,605

  • Wesleyan University (CT): 92 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $75,536

  • Dartmouth College (NH): 327 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $75,460

  • Duke University (NC): 174 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $72,325

  • Stanford University (CA): 245 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $72,000

  • Amherst College (MA): 160 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $71,655

  • Vassar College (NY): 67 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $71,036

  • Barnard College (NY): 35 international students received grants in 2021-2022. The average aid to international undergrad students was $70,735

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