On January 21 at 6 a.m. EST (11:00 UTC), join a live global webchat about how to finance your studies in the United States. Bring your questions about scholarships, financial-aid packages, budgets and more.

A good university education has never been more necessary for career success than it is now. And as record numbers of students who come to U.S. universities know, there have never been as many opportunities.

You may be thinking about studying in the U.S. But how do you pay for it?

“You’ve got to be realistic and have a four-year plan for financing your education,” said Evelyn Levinson, international admissions director at American University in Washington.

“You should take advantage of all the resources that can help you,” Levinson said. “We’ll talk about creative, in-kind opportunities that can make the expenses more manageable.”

Learn about these topics:

  • The costs international students should expect and how to plan for them.

  • Loans, scholarships and fellowships available to international students.

  • Finding the best education for your money at universities you might not have considered.

  • Creative ways students can fund their studies and make their money go the furthest.

The program will be live, so bring your questions.