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U.S. Scholarships for Indian Students

Monday | April 14, 2014 | by Mirae Baik

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Have you ever dreamed about studying abroad in the United States? Maybe you were not sure how to afford it. For Indian students looking for ways to finance study abroad, the search for specific information and opportunities can be overwhelming.

Good news: We have some tips to make it easier. Below you will find information about which scholarships are available for students from India.

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If you are among those who dream about traveling from India to complete your studies in the United States, the infographic below will provide insights about your options and potential scholarships. With this information, you can also join a large number of international students studying abroad.

In the United States, there are over 4,000 colleges and universities. This means that there are a variety of options for you to choose from. Studying abroad in the U.S. can be an affordable option if you spend some time doing your research. The U.S. and Indian government agencies might also have special arrangements to help students study abroad, so make sure to check with your local government. International organizations, such as the United Nations, also help to make higher education accessible to many people.

Outside of these sources, remember that you can also potentially find more scholarships through the institution, foundation, or corporation that you are applying to.

For your convenience, we’ve linked some of the scholarships we’ve found that Indian students might be eligible for:

We hope this was helpful! If so, please feel free to share this infographic with others who might also benefit from insights about study abroad scholarships for students from India.

Mirae Baik

Mirae Baik is a Research Associate on the Research and Advisory Services team for World Education Services.