This is an excellent deal! The Biola University International Graduate Student Aid Award in the United States is open to international students.
International and local students who plan to pursue a master’s degree at Biola University in 2022/23 are eligible to apply for a scholarship.
Many scholarships, grants, and other forms of financial assistance are available via Biola University in order to assist our large and diverse international student body. They aid in making sure you have a strategy in place for paying for your education.
To be eligible for government grants and loans through the FAFSA, international students must be US citizens, citizens of the United States or permanent residents of the United States; however, there are alternative scholarship and aid opportunities for international students as described below.
Grants that are currently available
Scholarships that are matched to churches
Grants for Study Abroad
Criteria for Selection:
The university’s English language requirements must be met by all students.
Academic achievement, leadership experience, and financial need are all taken into consideration when determining eligibility. Graduate students at the following institutions are eligible:
Center for Intercultural Studies at the University of Chicago
School of Psychology at Rosemead
School for the Advancement of Teaching
Talbot Theological Seminary
Perks of the Application:
In order to complete your studies in the United States, you will receive an annual stipend of $500-$2,000 from Biola University.