CWRU vs RHIT
I can't know about someone that studies in one of these Universities (Case Western Reserve University & Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology).
If both have a good scholarship for international students, and which is better in diversity and embrace International Students?
I don't found anything about them in the community :').
Case Western has significantly more international students compared to Rose-Hulman. Case Western is also more diverse than Rose-Hulman although RHIT has improved on their diversity in recent years. Below are some links that I think will be helpful for you.
International Student Facts: https://case.edu/international/global-strategy/students
Additional info on CWRU: https://www.collegefactual.com/colleges/case-western-reserve-university/student-life/international/
Rose-Hulman didn't make it as easy to find their information:
Page 3 for Diversity information: https://www.rose-hulman.edu/academics/academic-affairs/irpa/reports/CDS-AY2020-2021.pdf
I don't think either school provides particularly good financial aid for international students but Case Western gives better aid depending on what you're looking at.
Case Western Financial Aid: https://case.edu/financialaid/undergraduates/international-students.
Also check out the bottom of page 20 and top of page 21 for international aid amounts given: https://case.edu/ir/sites/case.edu.ir/files/2020-05/CDS_2019-2020_0.pdf
Check out page 22 here: https://www.rose-hulman.edu/academics/academic-affairs/irpa/reports/CDS-AY2020-2021.pdf
Case Western gives out financial aid to fewer international students compared to Rose-Hulman (157 to 292) but they give out more aid overall ($30,735 to $8,621). Case Western also gives out need based aid for international students while Rose-Hulman does not.
Hope this helps!
Thank you so much for that all information ❤ I will search more about CWRU.
Are u student there?
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