FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page
A comprehensive Internetguide to financial aid, contains sections pertaining to foreign Students coming to the United States and U.S. students going abroad. http://www.finaid.org/
Financial Aid from the U.S. Department of Education
Visit the department’s World Wide Web site available resources. http://www.ed.gov/prog_info/SFA/StudentGuide/ Foundation Center: 1001 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 938, Washington, DC 20036, Telephone: 202-331-1400.
International Students Organization in America
Maintains a useful financial aid web page located at http://www.isoa.org
Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund
World Bank Volunteer Services, The World Bank, 1818 “H” St., NW, Room G-1000, Washington, DC 20433, Telephone: 202-473-8751, Fax: 202-676-0419 Eligibility:Women only
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Maintains a useful financial aid web page located at: http://www.nafsa.org/students/funding.html
Online Directory of Scholarships and Grants
Useful financial aid webpage located at: http://scholarships.kachinatech.com/
Organization of American States
PEO International Peace Scholarship Fund
Philanthropic and Educational Organization for Women, 3700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50312, Telephone: 515-255-3153 Eligibility: Women only; full time candidates for the MA or Ph.D. at U.S. Universities
Peterson’s Education Center on the World Wide Web
Publishes a variety of books and directories, and they are listed on this Web site. http://www.petersons.com
The College Board Online
The College Board’s World Wide site, offers college search, general advice, and ordering information on useful publications. http://www.collegeboard.org
The National Association of Financial Aid Administrators
Maintains a web page that lists financial resources for international students located at: http://www.finaid.org/finaid/focus/itl-stud.html
The National Science Foundation
Publishes a selected list of fellowships and other support opportunities for Advanced Education for United States Citizens and Foreign Nationals,1993 edition (National Science Foundation). NSF 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA22230, Telephone: 703-306-1234.
The Rowe Fund grants
The Rowe Fund grants, interest-free, loans to citizens from Latin America and the Caribbean for studies in accredited institutions of the U.S. the maximum amount granted is $15,000 per individual. The beneficiary commits to repay the total loan granted as per loan agreement and to return to their home countries to apply their knowledge and training. For more information the Website: www.oas.org/rowe
Fellowships Section, Office of Technical Cooperation of Development, United Nations, New York, 10017.
World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
The World Bank, 1818 H St., NW, Room G-1000, Washington, DC 20433, Telephone: 202-473-6849 Eligibility: Women only. Candidates for MA or Ph.D. in development related fields.
Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship Program
Xerox Corporation, Corporate Employment and College Relations, Xerox Square-026, Rochester, NW 14644
Florida Linkage Institutes
A Tuition Assistance Resource for Florida International University’s International Students. To view the pdf, click here.
For a compiled list of other scholarships for international students, click here.
Funding for United States Study: A Guide for International Students and Professionals
With over 500 grant and scholarship listings, Funding for United States Study is the most comprehensive directory on finding funding for study in the United States. An invaluable resource for international students worldwide. Available at www.iiebooks.org/prfuforunsts.html