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cartoon of diploma and mortar board being fed coins like a piggybank.Because of the high demand for cybersecurity, many government agencies, colleges/universities, corporations, and private entities currently offer scholarships for students wanting to get an education in cybersecurity who meet their requirements, which may include academic achievement, work experience, residency, citizenship, and age limitations among others.

Some scholarships are simple one-time disbursements. Some provide employment with benefits. Some even include living expenses. Note that some scholarships require a period of work at a specific place, generally no longer than the period that the scholarship provided funding.

The links below provide a starting place for those looking for financial aid. This list is by no means exhaustive. If there is a specific institution that you would like to attend, check its website or contact it directly to see if it offers any form of financial aid.