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Saudi Females Experience Between the United States and Saudi Arabia
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Experience of Female Saudi Arabian Students in the United States Name Course Tutor’s Name Date Experience of Female Saudi Arabian Students in the United States Introduction Studying and living in a foreign country has a huge impact on the life of a student.
Most of Saudi Arabians have moved to the United States top seek academic advancement. In a government’s project introduced in 2006 by the government of Saudi Arabia, thousands of Arabian youth have moved to the US to study under the scholarship named “King Abdullah’s Scholarship Program.” Half of these people are young ladies, who the government, in an attempt to empower the female gender in line with the global requirements. Some came at a tender age, after completion of their secondary education, while others came at an advanced age of their youth, at tender ages of their marriages. An argument can be raised that the variations in the experiences among these scholars lie on their age. However, the reasons for coming to study could also be a reason for the reactions. This paper focuses on the experiences of the female Saudi Arabia women in the US, by reviewing literatures done by various scholars and newspaper articles. Literature Review The inception of “King Abdullah Scholarship Program” was supposed to give as many Saudi Arabian citizens education opportunities as possible, all over the world. According to Newswire, (2007) students who were to benefit under the scholarship would be provided with full tuition fees, a living stipend, books and computer allowances. ...
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