Ambassador Davies at TechCamp Thailand

On May 17, Ambassador Davies thanked 60 participants from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines for participating in “TechCamp Thailand.” The TechCamp participants spent the last two days learning from 15 global and regional expert trainers how to use developing technologies to promote peace and dialogue in their local communities. The U.S. Embassy will provide ... Read More»

Military students from Army Training Command Language Center visited American Hub

A group of military students from the Army Training Command Language Center visited the American Hub on Wednesday, May 17 to learn about American culture and Thai-U.S. relations. The students are part of an American English curriculum.They also learned about opportunities through the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) and EducationUSA. Read More»

The Opening Ceremony of TechCamp Thailand

On May 16, Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Haymond welcomed to Bangkok 60 participants from Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines to “TechCamp Thailand.” The theme for the U.S. Embassy sponsored camp is “Promoting Peace and Dialogue through Technology.” It features trainers from around the globe providing showcases and expertise on technologies such as online ... Read More»

EducationUSA Thailand team at Kamnoetwit Science Academy (KVIS)

The U.S. Embassy’s EducationUSA Thailand team attended an Education Fair at Kamnoetwit Science Academy (KVIS) in Rayong province on Sunday, May 14. An EducationUSA advisor as well as an Officer from the U.S. Embassy’s Consular Section spoke with over 200 parents and high school students about the application process for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ... Read More»

Thai-U.S. Educational Cooperation Reception

On April 26, Ambassador Glyn Davies hosted alumni from Columbia University’s Teachers College at a reception to celebrate Thai-U.S. educational cooperation. Ambassador Davies spoke about the importance of the Thai-U.S. educational relationship and the U.S. Embassy’s support for ongoing educational development in Thailand, especially in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Read More»

Women in Science Roundtable

On April 26, Ambassador Davies hosted a group of female scientists, ranging from senior figures to Ph.D. students, from academia, government, and the private sector, to celebrate women in science and promote gender equality in science. Professor Geraldine Richmond, one of America’s most distinguished scientists, joined the roundtable and shared her experiences pursuing a career ... Read More»

DCM Peter Haymond at Welcome Dinner for the Lower Mekong Initiative Frontiers of Science Education Workshop

Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Haymond joined H.E. Dr. Teerakiat Jareonsettasin, the Minister of Education, and colleagues from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for a welcome dinner for the Lower Mekong Initiative Frontiers of Science Education Workshop, being co-hosted by Thailand and the United States April 24-25 in Bangkok. The workshop brings together young science, ... Read More»

Applying to U.S. LL.M. Programs: Setting Yourself Apart

On Monday, April 24, EducationUSA Thailand hosted an info session: “Applying to U.S. LL.M. Programs: Setting Yourself Apart,” presented by Gabrielle L Goodwin, Director of Graduate Legal Studies and Lecturer in Law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Students learned how to prepare their application, resume, and personal statement according to U.S. university ... Read More»

EducationUSA’s Road Trip to Nakhon Pathom and Kanchanaburi

From April 18-20, a U.S. Embassy EducationUSA adviser, together with AUA and OCSC staff, traveled to Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University and Mahidol University, Kanchanaburi Campus, where we offered the AUA English Language Test and provided information about U.S. higher education, scholarship opportunities, and student life experiences in the U.S. for teachers and undergraduate students. The ... Read More»

EducationUSA Fairs 2017

On February 4, Ambassador Davies welcomed representatives from U.S. colleges and universities to Bangkok for our annual EducationUSA fair at the Renaissance Hotel. Over 30 U.S. colleges and universities provided information on admissions and scholarships to more than 600 students and family members. The U.S. Embassy also provided information on its EducationUSA services, tips for ... Read More»

A Celebration of U.S. Education in the American Hub

On January 19, Ambassador Glyn Davies attended a celebration of U.S. education in the Embassy’s brand-new American Hub on the 9th Floor of the GPF Wireless Building in Bangkok. He recognized the winners of the “Discovering Thailand’s Astronaut” Scholarship Competition (Khun Teeramet Kunpittaya and Khun Chayanis Opassereepadung), the 2016 National Spelling Bee winners (Khun Chaichan ... Read More»

EducationUSA Fairs 2017: U.S. Universities

American University (DC) American University (DC) offers Business program for Undergraduate and Postgraduate. They also have scholarships for international students. Find out more information at EducationUSA Fairs. Pre-Register for free @ http://educationusathailand.eventbrite.com/ Aviation Institute of Maintenance, Centura College (VA) Aviation Institute of Maintenance, Centura College (VA) is the world’s largest network of U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ... Read More»

EducationUSA Thailand Hosts Annual U.S. Higher Education Fairs

EducationUSA Thailand, a program within the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassy Bangkok, welcomes students, parents, and educators to its annual series of higher-education fairs, being held in Phuket (February 1), Chiang Mai (February 2), and Bangkok (February 4). These no-fee fairs will introduce attendees to various institutions of higher learning in the U.S. ... Read More»

Women’s Leadership Forum

The Regional English Language Office in Bangkok hosts a successful Forum on Women’s Leadership in Hanoi. The event is a professional development for Professional Communications for Leaders (PCSL) project alumni and regional leaders; the participants include regional leaders from sectors including education, entrepreneurship, STEM, and health and human services from the five LMI countries (Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and ... Read More»

U.S. Liberal Arts & Sciences College Fair 2016

On September 29, EducationUSA Thailand hosted our first U.S. Liberal Arts & Sciences College Fair at AUA Language Center for prospective undergraduate students. U.S. college representatives provided information about scholarships and unique academic options to attendees. We also organized information sessions about U.S. Liberal Arts & Sciences colleges and STEM education to group of high ... Read More»

U.S. Liberal Arts & Sciences College Fair

EducationUSA Thailand, part of U.S. Embassy Bangkok, will host its first “U.S. Liberal Arts & Sciences College Fair” for prospective undergraduate students interested in studying in the U.S. on Thursday, September 29, 2016, from 17:00–19:30 hrs. at the AUA Language Center, Chamchuri Sqaure (MRT Sam Yan Station). Here you’ll be able to learn more about scholarship and internship ... Read More»

Access Microscholarship Students from Ubon visited U.S. Embassy

Seventy Access Microscholarship students from Ubon Ratchathani visited the U.S. Embassy August 29 and put their new English communication skills to good use. They participated in language activities with our English Language Fellows and were inspired by alumni from YSEALI (Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative) who spoke about their exchange experiences in the U.S. The ... Read More»

Farewell Reception for EducationUSA Advisees

On August 4, 2016, Ambassador Davies hosted a farewell reception at his residence for EducationUSA advisees who have been accepted to study at U.S. universities. The reception also brought together Thai alumni of U.S. universities, Fulbright scholars, scholars from the Office of the Civil Service Commission, university professors, and school counselors. The famous all-male a cappella ... Read More»

American Youth Leadership Program Thailand 2016

On July 26th, American Youth Leadership Program Thailand 2016, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, engaged 20 Montana high school students and two adult participants at AUA Chiang Mai on an all-expense paid study of Thailand focused on food security, climate change, leadership development, and community service. Read More»

Uncle Sam Community Development Camp Heads South

During their school break from July 13-15, 40 Muslim students from the American Corner Pattani and Yala joined together in Satun Province at the “Uncle Sam Community Development Camp” to build their awareness of volunteerism, boost their knowledge about the United States, and practice their English with native speakers. Led by four Peace Corps volunteers, ... Read More»

U.S. Embassy Welcomed Montana High School Students and Teachers

On July 8, the U.S. Embassy welcomed a group of 22 Montana high school students and teachers visiting here on a U.S Department of State program, the American Youth Leadership Program, to better understand Thailand. They were introduced to the U.S. Embassy, the U.S.-Thailand bilateral relationship, and our English Access Microscholarship Program (Access Program). The ... Read More»

The Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) Professional Communication Skills for Leaders (PCSL) Community of Practice Conference

Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Ambassador Larry M. Dinger welcomed 30 English professors from Burma, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, and Vietnam to Bangkok June 15 for a regional Community of Practice event, underscoring the U.S. government commitment to improving education and strengthening cooperation among countries in the Lower Mekong region. These teachers were selected for ... Read More»

Ambassador Davies visits Phrae

Ambassador Davies and Mission Thailand staff traveled to Phrae province on May 18 to learn about vocational opportunities in Phrae, visit the Seri Thai Museum to learn about U.S.-Thai relations during World War II, and to celebrate the role of U.S. Missionaries in northern Thailand at a 120 year old American missionary house. The Ambassador ... Read More»

English Access Microscholarship Program: Regional Teacher Training Seminar

On Friday 6th May, the Chiang Mai Branch Manager of the American University Alumni Language Center (AUA), Jeremy Walter, gave certificates to teachers and university lecturers who completed the ‘English Access Microscholarship Program: Regional Teacher Training Seminar’ at AUA Language Center, Chiang Mai. The program provides English language training to underprivileged primary and secondary school ... Read More»
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