Use this comparison tool to find the right international student loan, study abroad loan, or foreign-enrolled loan for you.
New Mexico, with its blend of Spanish and American cultures, is a uniquely Southwestern Gem. Colonial towns like Sante Fe vie for attention with the Pre-Columbian ruins at Chaco Canyon while natural attractions like Carlsbad Caverns will appeal to all.
If you are an international or study abroad student looking to finance your education overseas, look no further than New Mexico international student loans. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in one of the following approved schools. Remember, most international students and 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 have lived in the US for the past two years. However, no cosigner loans are available to students at select colleges and universities.
You can also compare New Mexico 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|
|00265100||Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus||Apply Now!|
|02146400||Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture||Apply Now!|
|02357600||Navajo Technical University||Apply Now!|
|00265300||New Mexico Highlands University||Apply Now!|
|00265400||New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology||Apply Now!|
|00265700||New Mexico State University-Main Campus||Apply Now!|
|02083900||Northern New Mexico College||Apply Now!|
|03076100||Southwestern College||Apply Now!|
|00209300||St John's College||Apply Now!|
|00266300||University of New Mexico-Main Campus||Apply Now!|
|00265000||University of the Southwest||Apply Now!|
|00266400||Western New Mexico University||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.