SGS students name V6 won Top three APRU finalists

to join World event: APRU Global Health Program’s annual conference in Manila.
Recently during October 14-19, 2017 at Philippines, School of Global Studies, Thammasat University leaded by Ajarn Ksenia Kubasova BA Program Director with group of students name V6 who won Top three finalists to join APRU Global Health Program’s annual conference in Manila, Philippines 
The SGS winning team comprised of Ms.Thitivorada Thimkam , Ms.Praewwanit Srichobtham Mr.Pratchanat Chanchontee, Mr.Tin Kungsawanich, Mr.Namo Rakliang, Mr.Ratthapol Wongsarodge, Mr.Prachana Chanchontee and Ms.Praewwanit Srichobtham (who is currently doing one year exchange in the US) the 3rd year students of School of Global Studies, Thammasat University
Earlier this year, the Cohort 2 students entered a global health case competition hosted by the Association of the Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)as a part of the course GS232 Globalization Flow 1. The case competition was centered around the problem: How do we reduce the amount of tobacco use on college campuses? 
The competition included both undergraduate and graduate students from all over the Pacific Rim region. In total, 38 teams from 19 countries became a part of the video contest.
In July, 2017, it was announced that a group from the GSSE program had been chosen as a finalist, along with a group from the University of Indonesia and the University of Sydney. The finalists have been invited to present their videos at the APRU Global Health Program’s annual conference in Manila, Philippines, in October. As participants of the conference, GSSE students had a chance to become a part of academic discourse on topics of migration, drug abuse and global health as well as meet professors and students with multidisciplinary background from all over the Asia Pacific Rim region. The winner, the team from the University of Indonesia, got a prize of 500 USD.