Schools in the U.S. offer more than $50.000 in financial aid for international students who meet their criteria. During the last school year, there were several institutions that provided substantial support for as much as five hundred students.
Harvard University (Massachusetts) had the highest number of international students for whom it provided financial support last year. 540 foreign undergraduates received on average $51.854.
Trinity College (Connecticut) placed second, with 159 students who were awarded on average a financial aid of $52.355.
At Bates College (Maine), 88 international students received on average $52.427 in financial aids.
Stanford University ranks fourth in a list which includes the best universities in the United States. 135 foreign undergraduates received massive financial aid during the last school year.
Skidmore College (New York) awarded on average $53.600 in financial support, for 98 students from overseas.
The University of Chicago supported 80 of its foreign students by covering tuition expenses of $53.637 for each one of them.
At Wesleyan University (Connecticut), 80 students were awarded an average aid of $54.774
Williams College (Massachusetts) is the number one national arts college in the United States. During 2013-2014, 87 of its international students received $54.978 in financial support.
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