College of Canada for International students

The Community College Advantage for International Students

After my graduation in college in Japan, I worked in a Japanese company for 4 years. I started to save money after I decided to go to the U.S. to further my study. However, I found out that it was very difficult for me to be able to afford attending a 4-year college course or a graduate course. I also couldn’t find any scholarships that I would be eligible for.
But one day, my aunt who lives in New Jersey introduced me to a local community college. I had never heard of it before until she mentioned it to me. She told me that it is very common among ordinary American students to attend community college and then transfer to a 4-year college course. Also, it helps students save much more money than attending a 4-year college. Community college is also widely open to international students. This is the reason why I decided to apply to a community college.

Just in case your plans to study in Canada...

by edugirl

...through, why don't you apply for student aid in the U.S?
It is free to apply and does not take that long. If you are made an offer of student aid and you decide not to accept it, there is no penalty.
Here is where you can find out about Federal Student Aid programs:
Here is where you apply for Federal Student Aid:
Your state also provides student aid. Check on the FSA website to see if your state uses the FAFSA application

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