Financial Aid and Scholarship Resource Page 


Global Financial Aid Resources


2019 International ACAC Webinar “Financial Aid in the US and Financing Your Non-US Education” resources document.

2019 International ACAC Conference Downloads on Financial Aid

Contact your local Rotary Club to discover how to access financial support for future leaders and philanthropists through undergraduate and graduate study. 


This Nonresident Undergraduate Alien Financial Aid chart provides an overview of the financial aid information for international students at US universities. Data includes a list of institutions with their aid policy (merit and/or need-based), the number of nonresident alien undergraduates that attend each university, the average award size, and the source from where the data was taken. 

International ACAC Wednesday Webinars 


Study costs for international students in Canada explained alongside budgeting tips for key living expenses such as housing, health insurance and transportation.

Canadian Government web resource that helps identify awards for international students and scholars in Canada, and for Canadians to study and conduct research abroad. These awards are offered by Canadian governments, foreign governments, non-governmental organizations and international organizations.


The UK Council for International Students Affairs (UKCISA) provides specialist advice and support for international students applying to UK universities and those who advise them. This funding and scholarships overview brings together a range of possible sources of financial support through scholarships and government loans. 

Estimate the cost of studying as an international student in the UK here alongside a useful budget calculator tool and money saving tips. 


Netherlands - Study in Holland Grantfinder tool lists the range of available awards for international students wanting to apply to a study or research programme in the Netherlands. 

Netherlands - Holland Scholarship targets international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s in the Netherlands. This is financed by the Dutch Government as well as several Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences.

France - Campus France lists higher education funding options from government, private organizations and foundation sources

Germany - A DAAD list of scholarship sources for international students seeking undergraduate study, research of study abroad periods in German universities. 

Hungary - The Stipendium Hungaricum Program offers tuition-free education for its citizens and students from a number of eligible countries.


This Australian Government funding resource outlines a number of scholarship options for international students seeking an Australian degree. These awards are offered through the Australian Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private organizations.

New Zealand - Study in New Zealand offers a government-supported portal for finding scholarship opportunities at universities in the country


Japan - The Japanese government scholarship scheme includes international students seeking undergraduate study in Japanese universities. These applicants require a referral from the Japanese embassy/General consulate.

Hong Kong - Study in Hong Kong shares a range of scholarship opportunities at Hong Kongese institutions.

Malaysia - Discover scholarship options for local and international students seeking a degree in public and private undergraduate providers in Malaysia via

South Korea - The Global Korea Scholarship scheme for international students promotes international exchanges in education and mutual friendship between countries.

Taiwan - Taiwan’s International Cooperation and Development Fund offers an International Higher Education Scholarship scheme for students from a range of countries.

Middle East

Qatar - The Qatar Foundation outlines multiple sources of funding for students applying to universities in Education City. These options can be availed individually or combined to supplement their financial needs.

Do you have questions or concerns regarding the accuracy of the data?  Or is there a financial aid resource you don’t see listed here that might be beneficial to International ACAC’s membership?  If so, contact us at [email protected].