“What I really like about my job is I play a tiny role in shaping the future of Thailand. I find it fascinating and exhilarating trying to prepare students for what might possibly happen in the future.”
“Work experience might seem like something really small but in the real world people are competing for jobs and the more work experience you have, the more likely you are to get the job, and it helps to develop transferable and subject-specific skills further.”
“We focus on shaping the capabilities of the students to make them job-ready graduates, so once they graduate they are ready to work in the real world.”
Logistics and Supply Chain Management program, with Ajarn Somie, held their annual New Year party.
“I urge everyone here to consider doing things you would not normally do. Jumping out of your comfort zone and seeking discomfort are things that just might lead you to the greatest experiences of your life!”
“I do not know when I stopped having a fear of speaking English, but I know that what changed my mind were my friends and teachers here at Stamford. They always influenced me, helped me and stood beside me.”