Many Nigerians come to the United States as international students to earn their degree. This is not an easy process especially as the cost of a US education can be quite expensive – and continues to rise year after year.
To help international students affording their education, we provide student loans to Nigerians studying in the US. Our international student loans cover up to the total cost of your education minus any received financial aid, which must be certified by your school.
If you are a Nigerian student interested in a US student loan, start your research with our Compare Student Loan tool that will match you with a list of lenders specific to your school. Simply use the tool above and follow these three steps:
Our student loan comparison tool allows you to compare basic terms and choose the loan that's right for you. Then, apply online and get initial approval within weeks!
Tip Make sure to research your lenders before applying in order to find the loan that best suits your needs. Compare interest rates , repayment options and enrollment requirements before choosing a lender.
To qualify for a loan you must attend an eligible school in the US and have a US cosigner. You must also be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student and pursue a degree, certificate, or license.
Most Nigerian students need a cosigner to apply for an international student loan. The cosigner must be a US citizen or permanent resident, with good credit and who has lived in the USA for the past 2 years. Learn more about how to find a cosigner. If you do not have a cosigner you can use the loan comparison tool to see if a no cosigner loan is available at your school.
Nigerian students can apply for a loan amount up to their school's total cost of attendance, as determined by the school, minus any other aid received. Total cost of attendance includes tuition, room and board, and expenses related to education such as books and transportation. All of our international student loans offer:
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