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# Financing for International Students/Applicants

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04 Apr 2010, 01:02
Hi All,

Do you know of any schools/loan programs which do not require a U.S. co-signer when granting loans to international students? I know Duke has a loan option like this. Heard of any others?

Thank you!!
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01 Jan 2011, 13:47
As far as I know, all top 7 except Columbia offer international loans without a cosigner. Tuck used to do so as well, but not anymore. Other schools that have such programs include Yale, Darden, Duke, Ross, Cornell, UCLA, UNC and Simon Rochester. Not all of them will cover the full cost of attendance though, so please visit the school websites for the details before deciding where to apply.
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01 Jan 2011, 13:57
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Hi All,

Do you know of any schools/loan programs which do not require a U.S. co-signer when granting loans to international students? I know Duke has a loan option like this. Heard of any others?

Thank you!!

Piece of advice: Go to the primary information source called Schools' websites, section financing and check which schools offer loans without U.S. co-signer. You gotta put in some legwork to find basic information.
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01 Jan 2011, 14:05
horrorshow wrote:
As far as I know, all top 7 except Columbia offer international loans without a cosigner. Tuck used to do so as well, but not anymore. Other schools that have such programs include Yale, Darden, Duke, Ross, Cornell, UCLA, UNC and Simon Rochester. Not all of them will cover the full cost of attendance though, so please visit the school websites for the details before deciding where to apply.

Thanks horrorshow- Simon's loan program has been a suprise to me; haven't seen that one to be honest. I guess they are the only school out of the (so called) top 20 to offer loans without US co-signers.
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