Find a list of scholarships through K-State’s International Student and Scholar Services:
Click here for NAFSA's guide to financial aid. It includes an explanation of financial aid terms and links to scholarship resources.
A scholarship search is available through the Institute of International Education.
EducationUSA has offices all over the world, and keeps a large list of scholarship sources here.
The International Education Financial Aid scholarship search is at www.iefa.org.
Go here for an overview of financial aid with links to scholarships.
For Latin American and Caribbean students only: The Organization of American States offers both scholarships and interest-free loans to citizens of member states. For the interest-free loans, go here. For scholarship information, go here. They also have a list of other scholarship programs available in each country here.
Rotary International clubs may offer scholarships. There are clubs abroad, and here in Manhattan, which give scholarships. Search here for a club near you.
Niche.com offers a monthly drawing for $2,000 scholarship awards. Open to incoming freshmen, current undergraduates, and current graduate students. International students with valid visas are eligible. Students can re-enter each month to win.
Citizens of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, and Palau are eligible for some forms of financial aid from the U.S. government. To apply, citizens of these countries should fill out the FAFSA.
There is a scholarship search through the U.S. Department of Labor. Go here and click on "International" under the "Where You Live" menu on the left side of the screen.
Check with the U.S. embassy or consulate in your country for information about any scholarships. To find one near you, go here and click on your country.
Citizens of Sri Lanka who have taken an IELTS test are eligible for a scholarship through the British Council.