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All accepted international students are eligible to receive non-need based financial aid.
The United States-South Pacific Scholarship Program, authorized by the U.S. Congress and funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, is a competitive, merit-based scholarship program that provides opportunities for degree study at U.S. institutions of higher education.
Laureate Online Education is offering a 25% tuition savings to all international students referred by EducationUSA Advisers, who enroll in a certificate, bachelor, or master degree program at Walden University by December 31, 2014.
The University of Toledo offers two admission scholarships to qualified international students. You will automatically be considered for all of these awards by submitting a completed admission application. For international students with an F-1 visa and a passing TOEFL score who have the equivalent of a 3.0 or higher cumulative average.
Duquesne University offers merit based Libermann Scholarships for international students that apply before April 1, so make sure you are prepared to apply by this deadline in 2015!
International students may be surprised that U.S. colleges look for well-rounded applicants and are generally flexible about classes and majors.
By TAMAR LEWIN
SAY farewell to vocabulary flashcards with arcane words like "compendious," "membranous," "mendacious," "pugnacious," "depreciatory," "redolent," "treacly" and "jettison." In the new SAT, to be unveiled in 2015, David Coleman, president of the College Board, wants to get rid of obscure words that are . . . just SAT words, and replace them with more common words like "synthesis," "distill" and "transform," used in context as they will be in college and in life.