KU Recognized For Financial Aid Contributions to International Students
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Kutztown University has been recognized by LendEDU as an institution that provides some of the most financial aid to international students. Specifically, KU ranked 228 out of more than 1,000 schools that were analyzed for the report. On average, KU provides about $23,607 to each international student seeking financial aid, the most in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
KU has a plethora of opportunities for new international students which includes a 40 percent tuition discount for all new incoming international undergraduate freshman and transfer students, a need-based international student tuition waver, various honors scholarships and campus employment. With more than 100 academic areas of study, 200 student clubs and activities and 68 states and countries represented, international students have opportunities to thrive at KU.
Recent KU international alumni have found success at various graduate schools, such as Columbia University, Lehigh University, Thomas Jefferson Sidney Kimmel Medical College, the London School of Economics and many more. Other graduates have found employment success, with some going on to work for Amazon, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the International Committee of the Red Cross, Robert Bosch LLC., the German Federal Ministry of Defense and Goldman Sachs, among many other companies.
For more information about KU's international student opportunities, please visit https://www.kutztown.edu/intladmissions.
International students must seriously consider many aspects of attending college overseas that they may not have to consider as seriously in their native countries, including location, the existing international student population, loan availability and costs, among other factors. LendEDU has focused its goals around helping prospective college students make informed decisions about the institutions they will attend, as well as helping international students decide what school to attend so that they can better plan for their college careers.
To meet these goals, the organization analyzes data licensed from Peterson's Financial Aid Database and compiles a list of schools that offer financial aid to international students. The data from Peterson's was voluntarily submitted by U.S. colleges and universities from the 2016/17 academic year, which is the most current dataset available. LendEDU defines financial aid as any scholarships, grants, student loans, and work-study funding offered to international students.
For more information about LendEDU or to view the complete list, please visit the LendEDU website.