Loan Information


Loan Terms


Special Terms

Canadian Student Loan Program

100% of your school certified education costs (minimum of $1,000)

Additional Information

You must attend an eligible school and be enrolled in an eligible program. U.S. citizens enrolled in eligible study abroad programs or studying at medical schools outside the United States are also eligible. International students are eligible with a creditworthy cosigner (who must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident) and appropriate U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service documentation. You must meet current credit and other eligibility criteria.

International Student Loans


Additional Information

Students will be required to complete the compare student loans box for a list of available student loans.  All international students must have a US co-signer in order to apply for a student loan. A co-signer is legally obligated to repay the loan if the borrower fails to pay. Often times, the cosigner is a close friend or relative that can assist in getting credit since most international students cannot receive credit on their own. That co-signer must be a US citizen or permanent resident, with good credit, who has lived in the US for the past two years.

Aga Khan Foundation: International Scholarship Programme  50% Grant,
 50% Loan
Additional Information The Foundation accepts applications from countries where it has branches, at present, these are Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Syria, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique, Madagascar, France, Portugal, UK, USA and Canada. 
Half of the scholarship amount is considered as a loan, which must be reimbursed with an annual service charge of 5%. A guarantor is required to co-sign the loan agreement.
P.E.O Educational Loan Fund

$12,000 ($20,000 for doctoral degrees: Ph.D., medical, law)

Additional Information 

A woman is eligible to receive consideration for a loan if:

She is recommended by a local chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood

She is a citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States or Canada

She is a high school graduate (or equivalent)

At the time the loan is drawn:

She must be enrolled in an accredited school

She must be within two years, but not less than four months, of completing her course of study

Additionally, no installment may be drawn by a first-year student in a two-year program until she has satisfactorily completed at least one semester, trimester, or quarter of college work, or a grading period in a non-collegiate program.