b c Posted June 25, 2015 Share Posted June 25, 2015 (edited) I've been accepted to two US universities to complete an aerospace engineering M.S. program, but these acceptences unfortunately come with no form of funding. I was recently turned down for a Fulbright scholarship for a second time after having made it to the final interview stage twice (I delayed my entrance to the US by a year to try for a Fulbright a second time after the first rejection), and although extremely demoralized, I realise that I need to move on and find another form of funding as soon as possible. Having had a look around, it seems that there are many scholarships for US students studying abroad, but not too many for foreign students studying in the US (I apologise if I am completely wrong in this respect!). Furthermore, it seems like many scholarships are also extremely specific (i.e. female studying human rights law (nothing wrong with this, I completely understand why it is the case)), and thus I was hoping that fellow gradcafe-ers might be able to shed some light on where I may be able to find a scholarship for a foreign student studying aerospace engineering in the US (or a general scholarship such as the Fulbright program that caters for all degree types). I thought about contacting private aerospace firms or even government agencies in the US, but have a suspicion that funding opportunities from such entities would be close to nil. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Edited June 25, 2015 by b c Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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