Third and Final Chance to Win $100 in our Financial Aid Fun Contest
July 18th, 2014 by Victoria Troupe

This is it! We’ve announced two lucky winners in our Financial Aid Fun Contest so far, and there’s still one more chance! Here is the 3rd and final question to answer correctly in order to be entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card!

 

Question #3

“What percentage of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US?”

Need a hint? Click here for the answer!

Congrats to our Winner:

Bò Bụ Bẫm

How do I enter and win?

Simply add us on Facebook or Twitter.  Just submit the correct answer to the question by posting it on your feed and tagging us, posting it on our page, or submitting it directly on this blog as a comment below. We’ll announce the winner next Thursday, July 24. This is the final question for our Financial Aid Fun Contest this year, but you’ll have another chance next year! Also, be sure the check our blog and social media outlets for new, fun contests and information that can help you fund your international education!

This opportunity is brought to you by InternationalStudent.com, the premier resource for students studying internationally and, your’s truly, International Student Loan. Remember, now is the time to apply for an International Student Loan if you need one. See if you’re eligible here.

43 Comments

  1. Terah Antwi says:

    69 percentage

  2. Terah Antwi says:

    considering only 2 people is 63% , but having compared 5 , the percentage rises to 64.5%

  3. Anthony K Tororei says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US

  4. George Macharia says:

    63% of international students studying in the US rely on personal or family support in funding for their studies.

  5. Quynh Dam says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US. 🙂

  6. Naveen Khan says:

    As many as a staggering 63% of international students have to seek family or personal support in order to fund their direct educational expenses in the United States! Reason being that such students are not eligible for the US federal or state government financial support, and also have to pay much higher tuition fees as compared to the American students. As a Pakistani student planning to study abroad, what I have personally seen repeatedly is that the universities’ fees are in foreign currency i.e., US Dollars, which, when converted to the international student’s home country’s currency, usually end up being much higher than they appear in Dollars due to the difference in currency. This is a major reason why students from abroad have their monetary needs shot up drastically, as they have to first arrange the fees’ money in their home currencies before converting it into US Dollars. Therefore, no less than 63% of the total international students attending US higher educational institutions have to finance their education from personal savings or family resources.

  7. Leah Wisner says:

    63 percent!

  8. Fábio Barros Junior says:

    64% of international students studying in the U.S. had personal and family funds as their primary source of funding, according to the data provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce in 2012/13.

  9. fany fabiola soler says:

    In 2013, the report showed about 63% of international students depending on their own support and family support.

  10. Mohamed Arabi says:

    63% of international students get supported by family or personal funds to study in the U.S. according to data fetched from the DOC in the fiscal year 2012/2013.

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  12. Ilia Perez says:

    63% of international students

  13. Oussama Touhami says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US

  14. Sevinj Bogatireva says:

    63! =)

  15. Ghaiss Alshami says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  16. Oluborode James says:

    67%

  17. alina says:

    63% percent

  18. Amirrillio Kamarra segara says:

    It is 63% I found the answer in this link http://www.internationalstudentloan.com/…/funding…

  19. Amirrillio Kamarra segara says:

    63% of International students do!

  20. Medo hannani says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US

  21. Ikpotokin Christian says:

    About 63% of international students studying in the US rely on personal or family support in funding for their studies.

  22. Kenny F says:

    63 percent!

  23. Muhammad Abdullah says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US

  24. Muhammad Abdullah says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  25. Franceska says:

    63%

  26. Moses Ackah Anlimachie says:

    63%

  27. Ashley Kho says:

    An estimated 63% of international students has to rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  28. Christopher Cardinal Otunga Mudibo says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support

  29. Stephen Yona Mudibo says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or familly support to fund their education in the US

  30. Nelson Omondi Mudibo says:

    About 63% of International students studying in the US rely on their personal or family support in funding for their studies.

  31. Sara R.P. says:

    63% of international students rely on personalidade por family support to fundada their educqtion in the US.

  32. Sara R.P. says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.
    P.S. I apologize for the typos in the post above.

  33. Begum says:

    %63 of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  34. Ramu Manandhar says:

    10% family can afford international educatation programms

  35. lahouir youness says:

    65 percent for international students

  36. Pernille Smith Larsen says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  37. Bandana Adhikari says:

    63% of the international students rely upon personal or family support to fund their education in the U.S.A. as per the Open Doors Report of 2012.

  38. Angela says:

    63% of international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

  39. Noha says:

    63% of International students!

  40. Tena says:

    63% pf international students rely on personal or family support to fund their education

  41. stephen says:

    63% of students on personal or family support to fund their education in the US.

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