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An international student from Saudi Arabia studying at the University of Wisconsin-Stout died after being attacked in downtown Menomonie, Wisconsin, according to police. Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, 24, was assaulted early Sunday morning outside Topper’s Pizza by a suspect  described as a 6-foot-tall white male, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.  Alnahdi was found unconscious and bleeding from his…

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International students say they study in the United States because it will bring greater benefits than staying in their home countries. But, midway they realize their expectations are not fulfilled. International students say they realize too late that benefits are lacking after graduation, according to a recent USAToday article. The article said that students did not…

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The Daily Pennsylvanian reports that the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) and the U.S. State Department will offer online courses for English learners. The courses target advanced beginner and intermediate learners, and focus on five areas of concentration, or study areas. Business and Entrepreneurship, English for Journalism, Career Development, Media Literacy and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The five courses…

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Students applying to American universities have to submit test scores to show they have achieved proficient levels of education. The major tests are the SAT, ACT and TOEFL exams. Standardized tests  help universities assess and compare the students’ abilities. Colleges use the results to determine if a student academic department or program at the school. If you…