Campus and General
Studying in the United States comes with different words and new expressions that you may not be familiar with, please check this link to learn more about what these new terms mean.
Click here for housing information (on-campus or off-campus): http://www.fau.edu/global/international/prospective/housing-info/ Check out the International Student Housing Guide!
- This guide was created and optimized for international students coming to study in the U.S. It provides a detailed breakdown of the housing search process, what to consider in choosing housing/types/roommates, and really handy things like a housing timeline, checklist, glossary, etc.
Also take a look at this housing guide for more information!
To learn more about these and other resources available on campus click here
Students are required to notify the University regarding any travel on behalf of FAU. This includes in-state, out-of-state, and international travel. To learn more about Student Travel visit the website at fau.edu/studenttravel.
All International students and scholars with F and J non-immigrant status in the United States are required to have health insurance that meets the guidelines set by the Florida Board of Governors Regulation BOG 6.009 and FAU Regulation 4.009.
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International Student Scholarships
A linkage institute waiver is an agreement between the state universities/community colleges and foreign countries. The foreign country agrees to pay the out of state tuition portion on behalf of the student from its country. For more information about the Florida Linkage Institute click hereBrazil (University of Florida/Miami Dade College) Canada (University of Central Florida) Caribbean (Florida International University/Daytona Beach Community College) China (University of West Florida) Costa Rica (Florida State University) Eastern Europe (University of Central Florida) France (University of South Florida) Israel (Florida Atlantic University/Broward Community College) Japan (University of West Florida) Mexico (Florida International University) West Africa (University of North Florida)
Download the Request for Out-of-State Waiver for Florida High School Graduates from the link below and fill all the information:
After you are done, take the form and supporting documents to the office of Undergraduate admissions.
Graduate Assistantships are one way for graduate students to finance their educational studies at Florida Atlantic University. Assistantships are intended to attract high-quality, degree seeking students and provide them with professional experiences while at FAU that will prepare them for their future work.Students interested in applying for an assistantship should contact their graduate programs directly. Some general assistantship opportunities may be posted on the Graduate College's Facebook Page and on the Human Resources Employment Opportunities page.
For more information, check out this webpage: http://www.fau.edu/graduate/tuition-benefits/
To learn more about fellowship awards and to apply, see link below.
Grants are awards that are based on financial need or merit-based.
International/non-citizen students can try to:
- Check their country’s embassy or a consulate here in the U.S. or with the appropriate government office back in their country to see what they offer.
- Try the U.S. Department of Labor’s free online scholarship search.
- Ask the academic department or career school the student plans to attend whether they offer any aid for international students.
- Check the Education USA website.
- Check eligibility for Federal Financial Aid.
$2000 Annual Design Scholarship for the Fall and Spring Semesters. About the scholarship: Students can submit their designs - past or present - and have a chance to win our grand prize. The winner will also receive a design critique session with Ken Braun, Founder & Chief Creative Officer. Ken Braun is an inducted member in the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences and the Forbes Agency Council. He is also an award show judge for the WEBBY Awards and the CSS Design Awards.
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