Government to spend Bt10 million to study the labour market needs

Government to spend Bt10 million to study the labour market needs

The government will spend Bt10 million on a study to pinpoint the labour market’s needs. Motive is to boost employment and find a way to help youngsters choose a suitable career path. Education Minister, Mr Teerakiat Jareon […]

UNICEF praises Thailand for promoting early childhood education

UNICEF praises Thailand for promoting early childhood education

Thailand has been highly praised by the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) for its success in promoting early childhood education programmes. In a recent report, it has been stated that more than 175 million children of p […]

Thai and Dunedin schools Signed an MoU

Thai and Dunedin schools Signed an MoU

 Photo Courtesy: Peter McIntosh A nine member Thai delegation, which included Dr Amporn Pinasa, Deputy Secretary-General of the Thai Ministry of Education Office of the Basic Education Commission and Chitralada School Direct […]

Thai & Indian Universities partner on IT to provide certification and multi-skill programmes for students

Thai & Indian Universities partner on IT  to provide certification and multi-skill programmes for students

Indian university, the Amritsar Group of Colleges (AGC) has signed an MoU with King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand, to provide certification and multi-skill programmes for students. This will a […]

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Thailand & China establish High Speed Railway Institute

Thailand & China establish High Speed Railway Institute

A Chinese and a Thai vocational college have jointly announced the establishment of Lu Ban High-Speed Railway Institute in northeastern Thailand. It aims at training high-speed railway technicians. The institute is set up at Banp […]

What Thailand's election could mean for Science & Tech.

What Thailand's election could mean for Science & Tech.

Thailand is bracing for the results of its first election since a military junta took charge in a 2014 coup. Whether a pro-democracy party or a military-backed one ends up in charge, science is likely to prosper as a result of ong […]

Process for reforming curriculum needed to boost economic potential

Process for reforming curriculum needed to boost economic potential

Thailand has come a long way over the past two decades in increasing access to education from pre-primary to secondary school level. Several challenges still remain though.  A very high number of students are not attaining e […]

King's College International School Bangkok will open up in the Ratchada-Rama III area

King's College International School Bangkok will open up in the Ratchada-Rama III area

Image: Artist rendering of the school Bangkok parents will get another option of private schools for their children next year. King's College International School Bangkok will open up in the Ratchada-Rama III area. The school […]

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Will Thailand become the next big higher-education powerhouse?

Will Thailand become the next big higher-education powerhouse?

Universities in Thailand are being flocked by CHINESE students, with the country’s affordable tuition fees and friendly visa rules prompting a significant influx in the last few years and data shows their annual enrolment nu […]

Rote learning and deficit of research in Thailand

Rote learning and deficit of research in Thailand

Thailand regularly spends 20 per cent of its annual budget on education – more than most of its regional neighbours. Yet the return on that investment is notoriously poor compared to education ROI across Asean. Thailand doe […]

Educators unimpressed by education policies offered

Educators unimpressed by education policies offered

With the general elections near, many major political parties have started announcing their policies on education. Not many educators are impressed by what’s on offer.  Asst Professor Athapol Anunthavorasakul, lecturer […]

European Union, UNICEF and the Government of Thailand partner to protect migrant children

European Union, UNICEF and the Government of Thailand  partner to protect migrant children

The European Union(EU), UNICEF and the Government of Thailand  announced their partnership to protect the rights of children affected by migration in Thailand, with the EU contributing EURO 2 million (about 72 million baht) o […]

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