MBA Program Includes 10 New Students from Saudi Arabia
Clayton State University has welcomed 19 new international students from eight countries for the Spring Semester, bringing the University’s total F1 enrollment to 131.Those who attended the international check-in meeting are pictured and are from: Saudi Arabia (10), Nigeria (three), Spain, Estonia, Russia, India, Brazil and Iran.
According to Clayton State’s Brett Reichert, associate director, International Student Services Office, the 10 Saudi students are all from the same source; the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission, and they are all attending Clayton State for the same degree, the MBA.
“The source of their funding comes from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission, an extension of the Saudi Government that administers funds to these students through their offices in the U.S,” explains Reichert. “Their government pays all fees, gives them a stipend, insurance, etc…”