Scholarships and Funding
International students at UNO find a variety of opportunities to help pay for their education.
Individual academic departments at UNO offer scholarship opportunities that are open to all students, including international students. Eligibility, selection criteria, amount, and duration vary by department and program.
Additionally, graduate students may be eligible to apply for graduate assistantships, which pay stipends for performing teaching or research duties. Check with your department to see what opportunities may be available to you.
UNO Office of Financial Support and Scholarships
College of Arts & Sciences Scholarships
College of Business Administration Scholarships
College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media Scholarships
College of Education Scholarships
College of Public Affairs and Community Service Scholarships
College of Information Science & Technology Scholarships
Many international students choose to study and also have part-time jobs on campus. Employment opportunities are competitive.
Check out the campus job postings with UNO Human Resources.
International students should use tools such as fastweb to find scholarship opportunities suited for them. Be sure to read eligibility criteria and other guidelines fully before applying.
Also check with your home government, whether national or local, for other funding opportunities. Many national governments operate programs to fund a citizen's education abroad, sometimes in exchange for working at home after the completion of studies.
Another good place for advice is the nearest EducationUSA Advising Center.
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