Of the 451 schools ranked, the number of international students receiving a grant in a school is at least 50 in 2017-2018, with an average of nearly $ 21,200, according to data submitted. For the US News page in the annual survey. However, out of the 10 schools where students receive the most aid, the average grant is more than $ 62,700.

The schools offering the most generous subsidies include some of the nation's most selective and top-ranked universities, offering a wide range of undergraduate, master and doctoral programs, as well as the National College of Liberal Arts, focuses on higher education and has financial support for at least half of all liberal arts majors.

Topping the list is Columbia University. Schools with this type of financial support often consider other factors in the enrollment process, such as academic achievement and extra-curricular effort, in addition to considering the need for support. financial aid of international students.

On the school's website, Columbia University says, "We guarantee 100 percent of the financial needs of all first-year students, regardless of their citizenship. A student who is a national or international student. "Accordingly, the school provided an average grant of $ 66,350 to international students in the 2017-2018 school year.

The Ivy League is one of the most expensive private colleges based on tuition and fees in the years 2018-2019 but also in the top of the top financial aid schools for students.

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Harvard University, which offers lower tuition and fees than Columbia University, also offers an average grant of $ 64,459 for international students in the 2017-2018 school year.

The Massachusetts Institute is one of only a handful of US schools to implement a "need-blind" policy for international students, a college admissions policy that does not consider the applicant's financial situation when deciding. Admission to meet 100% of the financial need is proven.

Most of the schools on the list are National Liberal Arts Colleges, such as New York's Skidmore College and Vassar College. Public schools, such as Central Florida University and Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. For example, at the University of Florida, 56 international students received an average grant of $ 1279 between 2017 and 2018.

Here are 10 schools that have provided the most financial support for overseas students in the 2017-2018 academic year under US News.

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