American Council on Education on March, 2017: Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education?
American Council on Education 2017.
The ACE is the American Council on Education, and the AIPE generally covers only institutions accredited by U.S. accrediting agencies.
From the AIPE website :
"Q: Are schools outside of the United States eligible for accreditation?
A: With a few exceptions, most colleges and universities outside of the U.S. are not accredited by recognized accrediting organizations. This is because accreditation is a process unique to the U.S. Most countries have a department or ministry of education that is responsible for gauging the quality of postsecondary education. The exceptions are for U.S.-chartered schools (e.g., American University in Cairo), branch campuses of U.S.-based schools, and—most commonly—accredited programs such as business or accounting."
However, Cambridge received a Royal Charter in the year 1231 and is listed among the Chartered bodies of the UK Privy Council.  The university accredits specific programs at its colleges and schools. Certain courses and degrees may also be accredited by external bodies, often national or international professional/scholarly societies in a particular discipline.
Nearly all U.S. postsecondary schools recognize the University of Cambridge as a high-quality educational institution and accept degrees earned there. Individual course credits may or may not be transferable.
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Native American Scholarships?
You have to approach the tribal council, or the education dept of the tribe you are enrolled with. They often help with scholarships, if they have any money. Otherwise, student loans, and great grades are your only alternative.