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Eligible Schools in Nevada for International Student Loans

Nevada, a state inseparable in the modern consciousness from Las Vegas, has much more to offer international students. Scenic wonders like Lake Tahoe and the Hoover Dam, along with its rich Western history, mean that Nevada has more than one reason to suggest it is the Entertainment Capital of the World

If you are an international or study abroad student looking to finance your education overseas, look no further than Nevada 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 Nevada 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.

Schools in Nevada Approved for Loans

School CodeSchool Name
01036200College of Southern NevadaApply Now!
00697700Great Basin CollegeApply Now!
04114300Nevada State CollegeApply Now!
04065300Roseman University of Health Sciences  Cosigner Not RequiredApply Now!
04065302Roseman University of Health Sciences - HendersonApply Now!
00919200Sierra Nevada CollegeApply Now!
04142601Touro University NevadaApply Now!
00256900University of Nevada-Las VegasApply Now!
00256800University of Nevada-RenoApply Now!
01036300Western Nevada CollegeApply Now!
04248800Wongu University of Oriental MedicineApply Now!

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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.

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