By: Mary Jones
Find Student Loans.
Select the college you will be attending and the amount of money you need to borrow. You can then see the loans that meet your criteria.
Select Your Student Loan.
See what lenders are available at your school, compare the terms and conditions, and click apply to start the online application.
Fill Out Your Application
However, no cosigner loans are available to international students at select colleges and universities. US students are also encouraged to have a cosigner.
International Student Loan Approval
After you submit your loan application, next comes the approval process. The lender will review your application and initial approval is often within days or weeks of your completed application.
Examining Your Student Loan
it’s important to carefully review your lender and loan details to ensure you're choosing the loan that works best for your needs. A few items you should evaluate and compare include:
A cosigner is someone who joins an international student on their loan application. The cosigner becomes equally responsible for the loan and making payments if the primary borrow is unable.
Types of Student Loans
There are several student loans here that are designed for students studying outside their home country. Our US student loans are available to non-US students coming to the US as well as US students studying abroad.
Student Loans for International
The International Student Loan Program is available to international students from around the world who are looking to study in the USA.
Student Loans for Study Abroad
A Study Abroad Loan provides funding to US citizens who are looking to participate in a study abroad program outside of the USA.
Student Loan for Canadian Citizens
For Canadian students studying or planning to study in the USA, we offer the Canadian Student Loan. Although students applying for the Canadian Student Loan will require a US citizen or permanent resident
Student Loans for US Citizens Foreign Enrolled
Foreign Enrolled Loan program provides US citizens with funding for their education when they plan to enroll directly