Stamford International University Brings Global Best Practices to Internationalise Education in Hua Hin

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Stamford International University Brings Global Best Practices to Internationalise Education in Hua Hin
Stamford International University Brings Global Best Practices to Internationalise Education in Hua Hin

Stamford International University has launched International Programs in Business and Hospitality Management at its Hua Hin campus, bringing its global expertise in international higher education to meet growing local needs. “With many interesting new retail, residential, and recreational projects, the approval of the Bangkok-Hua Hin high speed train line, and airport expansion plans, the need for an internationally minded and capable workforce in Hua Hin has never been greater,” said Mr. Pierre Bourgoin, Assistant President of Hua Hin Campus. Stamford now has just over 1,000 students at its Hua Hin Campus and currently offers Thai and bilingual undergraduate and Thai postgraduate programs in the areas of business & technology, hospitality, communication, arts, and design. Stamford expects its new international programs will produce and additional students each year to meet rising industry demands in the area. “We will continue to leverage our global best practice under Laureate’s network and follow on the success of our international programs in Bangkok. There will be more options for local students and attractive offerings non-Thai students. At the postgraduate level, we have also launched our Signature MBA in Hua Hin, modernizing the program with the same blended model (classroom and online) as our award winning MBA offered in BKK. Our ultimate goal is to continue to do good things for our community and help unleash the potential of our students and prepare them to be ready for 21st century economies.”

For more information, please contact
Benjamas Uamsa-Ard
M: 084 124 0888
Email:benjamas.uamsa-ard@stamford.edu
Piyarat Setthasiriphaiboon
M: 083 073 2636
Email:piyarat.setthasiriphaiboon@
stamford.edu

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