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Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:23 pm
by yeah
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Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:25 pm
by heythatslife
yeah wrote:..........................................

You should be in the running for most merit scholarships as long as your LSAT/GPA meets the criteria.

As for loans, if you're not a US citizen or a permanent resident and you have no one to cosign your loans, you may face some difficulty in getting approved. Harvard and Yale provide institutional loans to matriculating international students.

Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:31 pm
by yeah
heythatslife wrote:
yeah wrote:..........................................

You should be in the running for most merit scholarships as long as your LSAT/GPA meets the criteria.

As for loans, if you're not a US citizen or a permanent resident and you have no one to cosign your loans, you may face some difficulty in getting approved. Harvard and Yale provide institutional loans to matriculating international students.

I am a US permanent resident but my degree is non-US.

Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:47 am
by Lincoln
yeah wrote:
heythatslife wrote:
yeah wrote:..........................................

You should be in the running for most merit scholarships as long as your LSAT/GPA meets the criteria.

As for loans, if you're not a US citizen or a permanent resident and you have no one to cosign your loans, you may face some difficulty in getting approved. Harvard and Yale provide institutional loans to matriculating international students.

I am a US permanent resident but my degree is non-US.


Then you are eligible for federal loans.

Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:00 am
by yeah
Lincoln wrote:
yeah wrote:
heythatslife wrote:
yeah wrote:..........................................

You should be in the running for most merit scholarships as long as your LSAT/GPA meets the criteria.

As for loans, if you're not a US citizen or a permanent resident and you have no one to cosign your loans, you may face some difficulty in getting approved. Harvard and Yale provide institutional loans to matriculating international students.

I am a US permanent resident but my degree is non-US.


Then you are eligible for federal loans.

Only for federal ones

Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 6:42 am
by cavalier1138
Only for federal ones


As opposed to... state loans? I'm confused about what you're asking.

Re: Are you eligilble for loans and scholarships if my bachelor' s degree is non-US?

Posted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 10:12 am
by lymenheimer
I'm eligible for loans and scholarships regardless of where you're undergrad was.