Southern educational institutes and Isoc in move to promote multicultural peace
Education minister backs students over entrance exam date

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Higher-education ministry set to make April debut

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PM takes to Twitter after students complain over exam dates

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Southern education workshop opens
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The 9th General Assembly of the World Scout Parliamentary Union

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Bridging the gap between acade…

We have all been learning for as long as we can remember. Before we even saw the inside of a school, our parents were teaching us how to speak, how...

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Thammasat puts focus on engine…

Thai engineer. (Bangkok Post file photo)   Thammasat School of Engineering (TSE) on Tuesday launched the Center of Excellence in Engineering for the Future at Thammasat University. Thira Jearsiripongkul, Dean of the Faculty...

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Thai student receives funding …

Photos courtesy of Crimson Education Thailand Crimson Education awarded funding to its first student in Thailand this month. Sasha Patil is a Year 12 student at St. Andrews International School who is...

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Mahidol University opens 'make…

Mahidol University's Faculty of Engineering has opened a new on-campus "makerspace", or collaborative work space, for young innovators to facilitate the development and expansion of emerging tech startups. Jackrit Suthakorn, the...

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Invest in Thai youth for the f…

Increasing investment for children and young people will further advance Thailand's sustainable development. (Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard) Thailand has made remarkable progress in social and economic development over the past few...

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Consumer confidence boosted

The UTCC recorded another month of strong consumer confidence but warns of the export lag, higher oil prices and continuing air pollution. (Photo via Google Maps) Consumer confidence rose for the...

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STI discloses faster-than-expe…

  Thai public and private sectors invested 1% of GDP in research and development in 2017 (Surveyed in 2018)reaching this goal a year sooner than expected, pushing Thailand forwards strategically in...

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How vocational education can …

Vocational schools teach in the classroom and in real-life labs. (Photo by Tawatchai Kemgumnerd)   If Thailand's income per capita reaches US$15,000 in 2035 (up from $6,900 in 2017), it will have...

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How investing in lifelong lear…

For most of us, investing in education begins with our parents when we are 3 or 4 years old. The costs mount through primary school and up to university. Even...

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Green tech 'needs a push'

Environmental advocates are urging the government to promote collaboration between the public and private sectors on the development of sustainable, "green technology in Thailand. The head of Chiang Mai University's Climate...

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LATEST NEWS

Varsities reject plan for new …

FOUR KEY university networks voiced opposition yesterday to the establishment of the Higher Education Department. The Office of Higher Education Commission (Ohec) is set to merge with the Science and Technology...

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Cabinet nod for transfer of se…

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved the transfer of two senior Education Ministry officials, Education Minister Teerakiat Jareonsettasin said. Phira Ratanawichit is being transferred from the post of deputy permanent secretary to...

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Education minister backs stude…

(Education Minister Teerakiat Jareonsettasin's call for an immediate switch in the dates for university entrance exams is directly opposed to the order to students to 'be patient' by Prime Minister...

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Higher-education ministry set …

THAILAND could have a Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation before the end of April. “The bill for its establishment has already gone to the National Legislative Assembly for first...

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PM takes to Twitter after stud…

(Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha took to Twitter after students called for the original schedule of exams to be reinstated went viral on Thai social media.) Students due to take the General...

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Those we lean on most

Dr Afaf Ibrahim Meleis, honoured last month at the palace, champions nurses' causes while pressing for better education AMERICAN-EGYPTIAN Professor Emeritus Dr Afaf Ibrahim Meleis has won this year’s Princess Srinagarindra...

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Adapt or fail, varsities warne…

UNIVERSITIES TOLD TO BRACE FOR TECH DISRUPTION AND FOCUS ON CORE INDUSTRIES   DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES are going to bring down Thai universities’ rankings – no matter how well regarded they are now...

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National exams may be held a w…

EDUCATION MINISTER TO HOLD DISCUSSIONS WITH UNIVERSITY CHIEFS’ SECRETARIAT; ASSURES THERE’LL BE NO CLASH OF DATES   THE NATIONAL university entrance exams may be brought forward to avoid clashing with the general...

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Parties fret over clash in pol…

GOVERNMENT figures yesterday tried to allay concerns voiced by some political parties about the general elections being held on a day when thousands of first-time voters will be appearing for...

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Southern education workshop op…

Deputy Minister of Education General Surachet Chaiwong on Wednesday presided over the opening ceremony of a workshop in Songkhla for some 300 teachers under the Office of Non-Formal and Informal...

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