Use this comparison tool to find the right international student loan, study abroad loan, or foreign-enrolled loan for you.
Arizona, the last of the lower 48 states admitted to the union, is nevertheless first on the list for many international students thanks to the world famous Grand Canyon. Many other delights await would-be students, however, including the Flagstaff Observatory and Four Corners.
If you are an international or study abroad student looking to finance your education overseas, look no further than Arizona international student loans. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in one of the following approved schools. Remember, all international students and most US study abroad students need a US co-signer. The co-signer must be a US citizen or permanent resident with good credit and income history and who has lived in the US for the past two years.
You can also compare Arizona international student loans and apply right online using our loan comparison tool. Simply enter the name of your school, citizenship, and co-signer status to see the list of eligible lenders.
|School Code||School Name|
|02199900||American Indian College of the Assemblies of God Inc||Apply Now!|
|00711300||Arizona Christian University||Apply Now!|
|00108100||Arizona State University-Tempe||Apply Now!|
|00824600||Dine College||Apply Now!|
|02533200||Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture||Apply Now!|
|03347300||International Baptist College and Seminary||Apply Now!|
|00165701||Midwestern University-Glendale||Apply Now!|
|00108200||Northern Arizona University||Apply Now!|
|03478400||Phoenix Seminary||Apply Now!|
|02065300||Prescott College||Apply Now!|
|03107000||Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences||Apply Now!|
|00107000||Thunderbird School of Global Management||Apply Now!|
|00108300||University of Arizona||Apply Now!|
International Student Loan has gathered this information as a resource for students, and this resource does not intend to imply a relationship between your school and our website or company. You should always double-check directly with your school and lender to ensure that your school is eligible.