Students who are looking for ways to help finance their Forum-Nexus study abroad experience should consider the following options:
The Forum-Nexus Student Assistantship Program
At Forum-Nexus, we understand the great importance of an international education, but we are also mindful of the financial burden many students bear, which can be a prohibiting factor in their decision to study abroad.We are proud to offer study abroad scholarship opportunities for students attending a college or university in the U.S. or any other country. Students may earn a scholarship applicable to a Forum-Nexus program by participating in a student assistantship. An assistantship is a work-study opportunity in which a student can complete hours before, during, and after a Forum-Nexus summer program in exchange for a tuition-reduction scholarship.
For details on application requirements and eligibility, please click here: Forum-Nexus Student Assistantship Program
The Forum-Nexus Refer-a-Friend Program
If you are motivated to study abroad and are willing to be creative and entrepreneurial, you can help offset your program costs by referring students to Forum-Nexus from among your friends, family, classmates, fraternities, sororities, Facebook friends, clubs, organizations, dorms, etc.
For more details about the refer-a-friend program please click here: Refer-A-Friend
Financial Aid from your University
If you receive financial aid from your university, in most cases you will be able to use it for your Forum-Nexus summer study abroad program. We will be glad to provide you with any necessary documents requested by your school.
U.S. Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
You may consider applying for Federal Student Aid through the FAFSA to help you pay for your Forum-Nexus summer program. We recommend speaking with your study abroad advisor as well as your financial aid advisor about this option. You may need the following information about the European university sponsoring the Forum-Nexus program:
|School Name:||FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY SWITZERLAND|
|Address:||VIA PONTE TRESA 29|
|Federal School Code:||G11683|
For further information, visit the Financial Aid office of your school and review the FAFSA website
Sallie Mae Loans for Studying Abroad
If you are not eligible to use federal or university financial aid, you may consider a private student loan through Sallie Mae. If you select this option, please contact us for details about how to complete your Sallie Mae application.
Learn more about Sallie Mae loans at at salliemae.com
External Scholarship Organizations
There are numerous organizations that offer study abroad scholarships for the summer term. We recommend the following search engines, which could help you identify scholarship resources:
If you need additional information from us to complete a scholarship application, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.