The two-year Master’s program in ASEAN Studies is developed in response to the growing global importance of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). As one of the most prominent regional institutions in the world. more information...
Pridi Banomyong International College has developed the Chinese Studies International Program. The purpose of the program is to produce graduates who have both the Chinese language proficiency and the knowledge and understanding of China. more information...
The Indian Studies Program of Pridi Banomyong International College is a collaborative program with leading universities in India and is supported by the Indian government. The program also has the honour of receiving Indian professors specializing in various fields.
The eligible students who confirmed their intents and register to the Program in accordance with the STEP 4 (Confirmation and Registration) must further complete the following steps in order to officially enroll in the Program.
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Thailand and India had a long-standing diplomatic relationship for over 65 years. These relations are rooted in various aspects such as historical and cultural interactions, as well as the extensive people-to-people contacts. More importantly, India’s “Look East” policy has been complemented by Thailand’s “Look West” policy in bringing the two countries closer.
The two countries also play an important role in regional cooperation, linking South and South East Asia together. Both countries are members of the East Asia Summit (EAS)’ the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) groupings, along with the Mekong Ganga Cooperation (MGC), and the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD).
Recently, the first official visit of Indian Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, to Thailand during 30-31 June 2013 has resulted in both countries developing a closer collaboration in many areas, including trade and investment, security, science and technology, culture, and education, particularly the MoU on the establishment of Hindi Chair at Thammasat University. The signatory from Thailand was Prof. Dr. Somkit Lertpaithoon, Rector of Thammasat University and the signatory from India was Anil Wadhwa, Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Thailand. The objective of MoU is to establish the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) Chair for Hindi language at the Thammasat University. This Chair will offer a Bachelor of Arts program in Indian Studies for the first time in Thailand.
The Indian Studies Program of Pridi Banomyong International College is a collaborative program with leading universities in India and is supported by the Indian government. The program also has the honour of receiving Indian professors specializing in various fields, who are invited to lecture on the course. The students will have the opportunity to study abroad in India for at least one semester to experience the real Indian academic environment. The program aims to fulfill the demand for Indian studies personnel in the labour market at every level: local, national, and international, as well as to develop individual student’s potential to prepare for their higher education in Indian Studies.
The two-year Master’s program in ASEAN Studies is developed in response to the growing global importance of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). As one of the most prominent regional institutions in the world, ASEAN has long been established amid the context of immense complexity and diversity in terms of political, economic, and socio-cultural dimensions among member countries.
In this regard, the program offers students a comprehensive and profound understanding of such diversity in both traditional and contemporary features, along with the essential training in language skills of a chosen nation. Beyond gaining knowledge about the region through its regional institution, the interdisciplinary focus of the ASEAN Studies particularly aims at equipping necessary skills so as to apply this knowledge in a wide variety of personal experiences and professional contexts. In order to better accommodate full-time working professionals, all courses are conducted on Friday’s evening and weekend. The students will also benefit from courses taught by renowned scholars and personnel in both government and private sectors. Moreover, the program’s cooperation with partner universities around the world helps enhancing students’ opportunities in working closely with overseas academic advisors, broadening practical experiences through undertaking collaborative research with leading universities, and expanding professional networks through field studies in both ASEAN and non-ASEAN member countries. Click here for more information