Funding Your Education


#1

The cost to attend many universities may be very high in some cases. Thankfully, there are many options to help students pay for this cost. These options include education loans for international students, scholarships, or finding a part-time job on campus.

Please let us know any questions you have on how to pay for school or feel free to share any advice you might have for prospective students!


#3

Nomad has written a good write up on that topic here. https://blog.nomadcredit.com/gre-toefl-scores-university-michigan-ann-arbor-dearborn-engineering/


#4

Thanks for this opportunity…

Since have gotten to know Nomadcredit, I haven’t read any poor feedback about them…

So, I would like to know if nomadcredit can help me secure a loan to fund my studies at Minnesota State University Moorehead this Spring 2018, and am only funding my tuition fee only for first semester, whereby I will be paying back the loan while in USA…

NB: No US cosigner


#5

Hi there Gbenga - We’d be happy to help you in your search for a loan. You can sign up and perform a search at our site www.nomadcredit.com to find loan options but we can also help you personally. We will message you privately for more details.


#7

Hello, and thank you for your question. You will find helpful information about taking out a loan for a private high school and other helpful information about financial assistance at the following link. http://www.collegescholarships.org/loans/private-high-school.htm


#8

Please I will need an education loan so as to enable me further my studies in the US due to the high cost.
I’m a Nigerian by nationality and I don’t have any U.S cosigner. Will it be possible?


#9

Hi, Wizzy - there are a few schools that you may be able to get a loan for with no cosigner. Do you happen to know what schools you plan to apply for/attend?

These schools tend to be top schools and need to be engineering, business, public policy or law degrees.


#10

I want to study aeronautical engineering. If there is any school that will
offer me a loan for that course, I would appreciate it. Thanks


#11

Hi - There are some options for no cosigner loans. Some schools are -

Arizona State University - Fulton Schools of Engineering
Boston University - College of Engineering
Brigham Young University - Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Carnegie Mellon University - College of Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University - Heinz College School of Information Systems and Management
Carnegie Mellon University - School of Computer Science
Columbia University - The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science
Cornell University - College of Engineering
Dartmouth College - Thayer School of Engineering
Duke University - Pratt School of Engineering
Emory University - Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
Georgia Institute of Technology - College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology - College of Engineering
Harvard University - John A. Paulson School of Engineering
Indiana University - School of Informatics and Computing
Johns Hopkins University - Whiting School of Engineering
Michigan State University - College of Engineering
MIT - School of Engineering
New York University - Center for Data Science
New York University - Courant Institute of Mathematical Science
New York University - Tandon School of Engineering
North Carolina State University - College of Engineering
Northwestern University - Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering
Ohio State University - College of Engineering
Pennsylvania State University - College of Information Sciences and Technology
Princeton University - School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Purdue University - College of Engineering
Purdue University - Department of Computer Science
Rice University - George R. Brown School of Engineering
Rutgers University - School of Engineering
Stanford University - Stanford School of Engineering
University of California Berkeley - College of Engineering
University of California Berkeley - School of Information
University of California Irvine - Henry Samueli School of Engineering
University of California Los Angeles - School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
University of California San Diego - Jacobs School of Engineering
University of California Santa Barbara - College of Engineering
University of Chicago - Department of Computer Science
University of Connecticut - School of Engineering
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign - College of Engineering
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign - School of Information Sciences
University of Iowa - College of Engineering
University of Maryland - A. James Clark School of Engineering
University of Maryland - College of Information Studies
University of Michigan - College of Engineering
University of Michigan - School of Information
University of Minnesota - College of Science and Engineering
University of North Carolina - Department of Computer Science
University of North Carolina - School of Information and Library Sciences
University of Notre Dame - College of Engineering
University of Pennsylvania - School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
University of Pittsburgh - Swanson School of Engineering
University of Rochester - Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
University of South Carolina - College of Engineering and Computing
University of Southern California - Viterbi School of Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - Cockrell School of Engineering
University of Texas at Austin - School of Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin - School of Information
University of Texas at Dallas - Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science
University of Toronto - Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Virginia - School of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Washington - College of Engineering
University of Washington - School of Information
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Department of Computer Science
Vanderbilt University - School of Engineering
Virginia Tech - College of Engineering
Washington University - School of Engineering and Applied Science
Wisconsin University - Madison College of Engineering
Yale University - School of Engineering and Applied Science

We’d be happy to help you find a loan if you plan to attend one of these schools.

Additionally, if you have a U.S. cosigner loan would not be limited to these schools.

Thank you!


#12

Please among these colleges of aeronautical engineering, which ones have
the lowest costs of attendance. So that I can reduce the amount I will have
to pay back.


#13

And Merry Christmas to you


#14

Hi! You can search each of the schools individual websites to know the costs of attendance. An easy way to find this would be to google each school followed by “cost of attendance international students.” So for instance: Arizona State University - Fulton Schools of Engineering. Google “Arizona State University - Fulton Schools of Engineering Cost of Attendance International Students”

The first result will show you to their website. Just make sure you are looking at the information for international students. You should be able to do this for every school.

Hope this helps!


#15

Happy Holidays to you too!


#16

Yes thanks


#17

Are some of the schools for graduates only?


#18

Hi - Yes this particular option is only for graduate students attending those schools.


#19

These four are okay. So if I can get an admission with a loan from them, I
can put the best that suits me. They are :

  1. University of Minnesota - College of Science and Engineering
  2. University of South Carolina - College of Engineering and Computing
  3. University of Texas at Austin - School of information
  4. Vanderbilt University - School of Engineering.
    I will really appreciate your help in helping me secure an admission and
    loan in these colleges.

#20

Can’t I get schools for undergraduate


#21

I’m an undergraduate. Can’t I get a loan in any of the four schools I
selected?


#22

You will need to have a U.S. cosigner to get a loan as a freshman or sophomore. This is someone who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.