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Are Internationals Eligible for Weekly Scholarships?
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Hello! I am in need of funds now so that I can commit to the certificate course program that I applied to, which is around 250 USD after aid. Therefore, I have thought of joining the CollegeVine weekly scholarship since I have a plenty of Karmas + merit multiplier. However, I am curious if international students can join the scholarship? This is my only hope for the program, and it'll be sad if we're not allowed to join.

If ever we are allowed to, are there additional steps and processes for us to follow?

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3 months ago[edited]

This is a fairly common question.

International students are not able to enter CollegeVine's weekly scholarship drawings due to US laws and regulations.

I suggest you find other ways to fund your course (maybe through external scholarships).

All the best!

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3 months ago

Thank you for reaching out! Looks like one of your peers has already responded to your question but I wanted to chime in and confirm that international students are not able to enter CollegeVine's weekly scholarship drawings due to US laws and regulations. However, I've included some blog posts and resources on scholarships for international students.

I apologize for the inconvenience but please let me know if you have any questions on this!

https://blog.collegevine.com/u-s-college-scholarships-for-international-students/

https://blog.collegevine.com/schools-that-grant-financial-aid-to-international-students-a-complete-list/

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