Scholarships, Loans and Financial Aid Consulting

Scholarships, Loans and Financial Aid Consulting

Studying abroad can be an expensive affair. At the undergraduate level, you may land up with a bill of over $250,000 - at the end of four years.

If you are thinking of pursuing an MBA from a top institute, you may land up paying $200,000 for a two-year program. Of course, costs vary from institute to institute and country to country.
There are institutes that offer need-based financial aid to international students and several independent organizations that provide merit-based scholarships and loans. A combination of need-based financial aid and scholarships and loans may in some cases, pay for your entire education abroad.

"I have helped several students get full funding to study abroad. Institutes around the world offer need-based financial aid, merit-based scholarships, and/or graduate assistantships. The key to getting these financial aid awards is to apply early and of course, apply to the 'right' institutes. International students applying to US institutes need to fill in the Foreign Student Financial Aid form (FSFA) while domestic students need to fill in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). I assist you in filling these forms and maximizing your chances of getting funding. I also advise you on various work-study options that can reduce your expenditure while studying abroad. We maintain an up-to-date list of institutions that grant funding to students who wish to study abroad. Don't let funding issues stop you from applying to your dream institute."

Contact Abugiada now to receive tailored advice on how to get scholarships, loans, and need-based financial aid and make your study abroad dream a reality

Services available include:

  • Financial Aid, Scholarships and Loan consulting service;
  • Institution selection advice service;
  • Foreign Student Financial Aid form filling advice and guidance;
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid form filling advice;
  • Consulting on Cosigner-free loans and loans from state banks.

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