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07 November

TU Open House 2018

The annual Thammasat University TU Open House was held on 7 and 8 November and the students, staff and faculty of the School of Global (SGS) were more than pleased to participate. The international program staff provided an informative overview …

25 October

Update from Japan

Thammasat University, School of Global Studies (SGS) student and Student Ambassador, Paparwarin Sangpradab (Auey), winner of the prestigious Japanese government-sponsored Japan Student Services Organization – JASSO, Thailand Office scholarship, is currently studying at 立命館大学/Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan. Auey has continued her work as SGS Student …

25 October

SGS student in Japan

School of Global Studies (SGS) study abroad student Gino Makhawee endures a major typhoon, airport closures, an all-night relief flight from Bangkok to Nagoya, and sleeping in front of a Family Mart next to a bus depot so he would …

19 October

Community Project in Prison

The students of the School of Global Studies (SGS) at Thammasat University who are enrolled in TU100 – Civic Engagement recently traveled to Thanyaburi District Prison (เรือนจำอำเภอธัญบุรี) as part of the community visit program which is an integral component of the curriculum. …

19 October

Real-Life Human Centered Design Skills via Prototyping

Thammasat University School of Global Studies (SGS) Ajarn Ms. Courtney Lawrence recently provided her students an inspired immersion into real-world technology by allowing them to observe firsthand several prototyping projects at two innovative maker spaces in Bangkok, Fab Café Bangkok …

19 October

Wai Kru Ceremony

The annual Wai Kru Ceremony, a longstanding ritual in which Thammasat University students pay respect to their instructors in order to express their gratitude as well as to formalize the student–faculty relationship, was recently held on September 13, 2018. School …

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19 October

Assisting the United Nations

Several School of Global Studies students at Thammasat University recently participated in a summer research project sponsored by the United Nations. The Project involved a multi-agency review process which examined the approach and effectiveness of several UN youth programs. Working …