The Thammasat University, School of Global Studies Summer Program offers qualified undergraduate students an opportunity to take credit classes through a mix of academic sessions and immersion in local border communities on the
The Summer Program focuses on “Border Health” with the aim to appreciate and understand the complexity of border health as well as its link with population mobility (refugees, displaced persons, migrants, etc.) It intends to address health, mobility complex issues and adopt creative analytical and problem-solving approaches.
The Summer Program is designed in such way that students have the opportunity to engage in discussions with experts, spend time in the field – including a few nights in homestay within the community — and work as a team, mentored by faculty and professionals.
Through a Student-Centered Learning approaches, the immersion phase transforms the course into a memorable experiential learning.