Student Activities and Clubs
Student life on campus is earning a combination of academic and extra-curriculum experiences. That’s why the Student Engagement (SE) and Student Council (SC) are always encouraging and supporting students to join activities and clubs in order to create lively university environment. These not only allow students to pursue their personal interests, develop their competencies and unleash their potential, but also add to the friendly and lively to our Stamford community. Stamford Clubs are the activity unit which help boosting university environments liveliness.
To create platform for STIU students to not only development and become a better football player and global citizen but also to connect with members of other communities.
Contact Person for Male: Nai Kaewnaree
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Stiufootballclub/
Contact Person for Female: Niko Sisopha
Facebook Page: https://m.facebook.com/groups/141663899889209?id=141663899889209&ref=content_filter&_rdr
Injecting diversity of sports to STIU students by not only providing teaching andtraining sections regularly but also offering another platforms for the students to be connected regarding their interests.
Contact Person for Male: Saw Yan Naing
Contact Person for Female: Victoria Mayorova
A STIU community where students can unleash their dancing performance during free-time and also to support overall STIU activities to perform a various kind of dances and performances.
Contact Person: Fern Panita
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/stamforddanceclub/
Providing STIU students with particular trainings and activities focusing on students’ health and wellness as well as to represent STIU to compete in external competitions.
Contact Person: Phalla Teav
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/stiuvolleyball/
Promoting students’ self-confidence for socializing with friends and people
in/out sides university and others at the same time improving creativity and problem solving skills together with entertaining people within STIU community.
Contact Person: Runn Chongwattanaboon
Reaching out people who are interesting and talented in music, helping them to improve their skills through both internal and external performances as well as providing assisting to STIU activities.
Contact Person: Rebecca Pearl
STIU unit which aim to raise awareness of important subject matters impacting global and local community by providing them assisting hand.
Contact Person: Siphosethu Msibi
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RAISEHOPESTAMFORD/
Encouraging STIU students confidence in public speaking at the same time fostering and fixing their speaking and debating skills.
Contact Person: MJ Jafferjee
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/publicspeakingdebateclub/
A small STIU activity unit which helps and empowers STIU students to think and achieve big through various leadership events and conferences then create positive impact to STIU and local communities.
Contact Person: Hamsa A Mohama
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381866995577743/
Rotaract Club is for Stamford International University students aged 18-30 years who want to help society with community service such as repair assistance, recreational activities, fund-raising activities for rural communities, disaster areas etc. The Rotary Club Royal Hua Hin is helping the Stamford Rotaract Club in providing guidance and connection to the Rotary family with over 184,000 members in over 8,000 clubs around the world.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RotaractClubofSTIU/
The club is for those who love exercise. The activities include playing Badminton and advising the right way to play badminton to interested students. Badminton tournaments are held between nearby institutions.
This is the group volunteering to help relieve and solve social problems such as poverty, inadequacy, and unprotected disaster. It also helps improve the quality of life of people in society as well as promoting the harmony of the people.
Stray dogs have become an ever-growing problem in Hua Hin town due to overpopulation from irresponsible pet owners and our campus is also affected by this situation. In attempt to solve the problem with sustainable approaches, ‘STIU dog club’ has been established.
STIU dog club members will responsible to care for the campus dogs in term of training, feeding, grooming and vet visit. The club aims to educate young people in animal care and to be responsible pet owners for long term solutions.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Stamford-Dog-Club-152470418783143/