Some U.S. students choose to study internationally because the cost of a college education outside the U.S. can sometimes be less expensive and more prestigious than some less-competitive U.S. private non-profit colleges, even when one considers travel costs.
There are two ways U.S. students can pursue a college education outside the U.S.:
More information about study abroad can be obtained from NAFSA: Association of International Educators. A database of scholarships for study abroad is also available from the Institute of International Education (IIE) through IIE Passport Study Abroad Funding. The German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD, provides a scholarship database for international students wishing to study in Germany.
Sources of scholarships for U.S. students to study abroad include:
Private student loans may also be available for U.S. citizens to study abroad.
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