For all other global universities, I can also say that pulling up the list of colleges you want to attend and visiting their scholarship section or sometimes directly reaching to relevant department. Good luck!!
When it comes to creative fields, portfolio plays a very important role so make sure you see the work of people studying at that university and build a portfolio that stands out. For my university, SCAD the amount of scholarship was dependent on the previous academic performance and portfolio. Different universities have different categories of scholarship which you need research on or ask the international students who are studying there. My institute has a multicultural scholarship for international students for which you have to write an essay. I came to know about it after my admission.
As you look at international universities, I'd suggest you look at the University of Alberta, Ryerson and other universities in Ontario, Canada. They all have film and television writing, as well as acting and drama schools. I have 2 very good friends who went to the University of Toronto, and another one who found a good film school in Quebec.
Canada has a strong film industry for employment especially in Toronto and Vancouver. So add that to your research list. They are across the border from the U.S. film industry - so many Toronto graduates can also work in New York, while Vancouver graduates get good contract or full-time positions with Los Angeles based studios.
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