Looking for a scholarship from the Internet is easy, because there are many organizations willing to provide scholarships for international students.
Scholarships Can be in Form of :
* Financial aids
The U.S. government does not provide financial aid to international students, except in cases of federal programs and the exchange of some research opportunities for scientists or professionals. Students who come to the U.S. to receive diplomas or degrees shall be required to pay for their education from their own funds.
Financial assistance is usually provided by organizations sponsoring exchange programs specializing in educational opportunities for international students. For more information: Education in the United States.
U.S. Department of Education, and the Office of Student Financial Aid (Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA)) does not provide direct financial support for international students studying in the United States. So do not ask for support from the Ministry of Education or USNEI.
Help your country
For information on national sources of assistance for study abroad, which many countries can afford, see National Information Resources (National Information Sources).
Exchange programs in the U.S.
For information on government-funded exchange programs, exchange programs, see Student Exchanges.
University in the U.S. aid
Many U.S. institutions have have their support and resources directly sponsor international students. To define links to websites of institutions, see U.S. institutions US Institutions.
International Education Financial assistance (International Education Financial Aid (IEFA)) provides a database of scholarships and other assistance possible in certain universities and colleges in the United States. Description scholarship includes criteria that are determined by the fellows.
Information about basic care
Collegial Council Fellowship (College Board Scholarship Service) provides a database of financial assistance, which includes both American and international students. Data can be found in certain areas of science, on a particular institution, level of degree.
EduPASS Financial assistance for international students (Financial Aid for International Students) website of foreign aid, a well-known site of financial aid in the United States. This site offers basic guidance on financing the U.S. education and links to distribute financial aid.
FastAid Scholarship for Research (Scholarship Search) - a searchable database of scholarships around the world, including the U.S.. It is free, but you will need to register in the system.
Fast Web - a searchable database to identify opportunities for financial aid in the United States. It is free, but you will need to register in the system. In addition, you can subscribe to the newsletter.
National Financial Education Corporation (International Education Finance Corporation (IEFC)) provides information and guidance on how to apply online for a loan program for international students (International Student Loan Program (ISLP)). This suggests the presence of a sponsor in the United States, meets all the requirements of the program.
Prevention of financial fraud
U.S. Federal Trade Commission (US Federal Trade Commission (FTC)): The scholarship provides guidance on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud, also provides information on the activities carried out by the federal government to stop the practice.
FinAid: Fraudulent Scholarship (Scholarship Scams) provides good information on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraudulent financial assistance from organizations. Although the information is aimed at educating the American people, it is used in other countries.