Low Oil Prices Reach Saudi Students
May 5th, 2016 by Lette Berhe

saudi arabia flagA few months ago, we published a blog discussing how Nigerian international students were being affected by low oil prices. The drop in world prices has caused the Nigerian government to cut back on international education sponsorships. Unfortunately, it seems that the Saudi Arabian government is going down the same path and being forced to cut spending for international education. Read the rest of this entry »


Ring in the New Year with King Abdullah!
January 8th, 2015 by Lette Berhe

Dollar bills 2015 written in a wallet 523997623Saudi youth can start 2015 right, knowing that they can fund their entire international education as a King Abdullah Scholar. This scholarship, founded in 2005, provides students in Saudi Arabia the opportunity to attend partnering foreign universities through government sponsorship. The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Higher Education‘s  mission being to foster the professional and intellectual competitiveness of Saudi youth in the international job market and in their own country. Since its establishment, the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) has become the main source of funding for more than 90% of Saudi students who are completing degrees abroad. Read the rest of this entry »


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