Founded in the year 1890, the University of Chicago is a private research university in Chicago, Illinois. It holds top positions in various national and international rankings. The university is made of the undergraduate college as well as various graduate programs and interdisciplinary committees organized into five academic research divisions.
University of Chicago has set aside $35 million for international financial aid, and it has strengthened the University’s commitment to enrolling a diverse and talented student body from around the world. The financial aid awards are based on an estimate of the full costs of enrolling at the University of Chicago, including tuition, housing, health insurance, a meal plan, and estimates for additional costs like books and personal expenses.
KINDLY NOTE :
International students are eligible for financial aid only if they apply for funding during the admissions process, and will not be eligible for financial aid after receiving their admissions decision or during their four years in the College. If you think you will need financial aid at any point during your four years at UChicago, you should apply for financial aid when you apply for admission.
- The International Financial Aid Worksheet, available in the UChicago Account
- Supporting Documentation
The International Financial Aid Worksheet
The International Student Financial Aid Worksheet should be filled out and submitted online, through a student’s UChicago Account. Please note that this is the only form available for non-US citizens and non-US permanent residents applying for financial aid at UChicago.
You will be asked to upload additional documentation that verifies your family’s income and asset information — tax forms, a statement from an employer, a bank statement, or another form of documentation. Once the International Financial Aid Worksheet has been submitted, students can also submit these supporting documents, as well as any explanation for unusual circumstances, online through their UChicago Account. Under the Upload Materials section, choose the “Foreign Aid Application Supporting Docs” option from the drop-down menu.
Submission Deadline: February 15th, 2020