How do international students pay for college/university? I know there's scholarships, but what about the rest of the money? I'm not expecting the government to fund it because I believe that it's unfair. My parents aren't in a situation where they are able to support me, my government don't fund for international students to study abroad (pretty unfair if you ask me) and yet I still need to show I can support myself for the first year, that's costing $41,748, I know it's not very expensive compared to some of the others but still how can nearly everybody who studies abroad have that amount of money? I can't work off campus or more than 20 hours a week, which I got told would earn me around $1000 a year which would make the total cost to $40,000, how are we expected to pay that? We can't take out loans and well this my dream university.
Also I've found a website that offers scholarships to international students (the university also does that) but if I got a scholarship would I still need to prove that I can support myself?
I don't have some super rich parents who have been saving up a college fund for the past 18 years sadly.
Edit: I forgot to add that I wanted to to go The University of Oregon. It offers the course I want to do, offers financial aid to international students and doesn't require to me to do the SAT luckily as I always seem to do really bad at exams but not at coursework