SEVERAL FACTORS DETERMINE YOUR ELIGBILITY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:
- Grades - Recommendations - Field of Study - Number of International Students from Your Country - Work Experience
- You seek your scholarship when you apply to the university. Full scholarships are difficult to get; only partial finance assistance is available and even this is difficult to obtain.
- Once you are attending a university at the undergraduate level, you have a better chance of receiving financial assistance, but most likely it will only be partial.
- Easier to obtain at the time you apply.
- Partial financial assistance easier than full scholarships.
- In addition to financial aid directly from a university, there are private, professional, educational and government organizations that offer financial assistance. (universities don't charge fees, private companies may.)
- Try to find a university that has a low number of International Students from your country. Universities, as a general rule, seek diversity.
- Check your home country's scholarship resources: government and professional associations