How to Get U. S. Scholarships (for International Students)
If you’re considering enrolling in an American school, your residency usually dictates the price of your tuition. You pay in-state tuition if you live in the state where the school is located. Otherwise, you pay out-of-state tuition, which can be tremendously pricier.
At many public colleges and universities, international students deal with this feat school year after school year. But don’t give up! There are ways to relieve this pressure on your pocket,and if you happen to be math wizard, one of these is applying for a Math Scholarship. Below are helpful tips:
1. Submit an application.
When an international student doesn’t apply for a Math Scholarship or any other scholarship for that matter, it’s usually because of any of three key reasons: they don’t know they have the option to apply for a scholarship, they think the process is …