Although many foreign students may struggle to get a student loan to finance their studies, there are many alternative financing options available to make studying abroad more inexpensive, such as scholarships, fellowships, studentships, sponsorships, grants, and bursaries.
Your selected institution may be the greatest source of financing information for you, so search the school’s website for guidance or contact the school directly. This is also where you may find information on study abroad scholarships provided by the university and other external organizations, as well as specifics on eligibility and how to apply.
Many scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and are very competitive. There are also many financing programmes aimed at particular student groups, such as students from poor countries and women pursuing male-dominated disciplines.