Hi, I'm a senior attending an international school and am thinking of pursuing an Aerospace engineering major. I think I am passionate enough for the major, but my problem is that I cannot find a great college that also will hopefully offer financial aid to me as an international applicant. So far I've considered: - Florida Institute of Technology - Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Texas A&M University - McGill Univeristy - University of Maryland, College Park - University of Southern California but I lack the resources to actually see if they offer good aid for internationals. Colleges offering scholarships are fine too, I am just not sure if I am applicable for them. My current GPA is 3.61 out of 4, am taking the full International Baccalaureate diploma with Standard Level Physics (Average grade=B+), Math (average grade=A), and AP Calculus. My SAT score is 1830, with reading 550, Math 660, writing 620. I'd like to know: 1)Do the colleges I listed have a strong aerospace engineering program? Are there any others that you would recommend I look at? 2) Do any colleges give need-based aid to international students? scholarships? Am I applicable at my current state or do I need to improve? 3) Is aerospace engineering a good major if I am interested in flight and space (would love to be part of NASA or companies really into outer space development)? Does it give good chances for high salary jobs? Is it possible for me to learn about nuclear engineering while doing this major? I would appreciate any and all help for any of these questions. Thank you in advance!