The United States is one of the most expensive places to earn a degree in the world, but the edge you gain in the workforce is well worth it. While this can mean financial stability in your career, that doesn’t make it any easier to afford as a foreign student. Most international students turn to their personal savings and seek out help from their relatives. They also apply to scholarships, grants, and other awards to help cover the costs. But in many cases, this may not be enough. International student loans are available to help students cover the cost of their education so they can attend the US college or university of their choice.
With international student loans, students can borrow up to the total cost of their education minus any financial aid received. Our loans work for all nationalities, and students can apply from anywhere in the world including from their host country.
If you are an international student interested in learning more about our loans for the US, chose your home country below:
We are continuing to expand our list of countries, so if you do not see your country listed above, you are still eligible. Check out our International Student Loans for more information.
Most international students are required to have a cosigner that is a US citizen or permanent resident, with good credit, income history and who has lived in the USA for the past 2 years.
Use this comparison tool to find the right international student loan, study abroad loan, or foreign-enrolled loan for you.