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Planning for MS

sidrockssidrocks 0 replies1 threads New Member
I am planning to persue MS in CS in United States . I am thinking of joining a public university. I have shortlisted University of Massachusetts. But I am looking for scholarships. Can you guys help me in it like how to find scholarship?
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  • aunt beaaunt bea 10335 replies71 threads Senior Member
    Look on the UM website for information on aid. (In the US, we don't use the word "join" to indicate that we would like to apply to the university.) It is very competitive.
    As an MS candidate, you are limited in what funding there is available and generally, you fund your own way. You can google the website.
    International students are not eligible for financial aid. You can apply for an alternative loan if you are able to obtain a U.S. citizen or permanent resident cosigner. UMAmherst
    Alternative loans: https://www.umass.edu/umfa/sites/default/files/Forms/International Private Loan Chart-2020.pdf
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