WHY STUDY IN BANGKOK (THAILAND) ?
SOMETHING TO SUIT EVERY POCKET
Thailand has student accommodation to fit every level of income and budget. At a middle range there are so many apartments, condominiums and independent houses that offers the opportunity to live within a local Thai community people. Accommodations are very close to the public transport links, and also having easy access to food restaurants, and all the shopping that Bangkok city has to offer.
POSSIBLE TO LIVE VERY CHEAPLY in Thailand
Expats often find that so many things are much less expensive in Thailand than in their home country (India) . There are many restaurants of all variety, from extremely cheap with high quality. There are so many street food stalls that make it possible to enjoy authentic Thai food at a very low price. No doubt street foods are hygienic in Thailand.
RICH AND VIBRANT CULTURE IN THAILAND
Thailand’s culture is much like Bangkok itself, very rich and full of variety. Among the rising steel and glass structures of big size shopping malls, bed and breakfast and corporate offices, expats will find ancient temples, revered Buddha images and Spirit Houses with offerings piled high, jasmine garlands aplenty and incense burning day and night. Expats will oftentimes be on the receiving end of the ‘wai’ which is a respectful Thai greeting where both hands are held together at chest level and the head is bowed. Thai people are welcoming of newcomers visiting and living in their country, so respect of their cultures and traditions will go a long way.
INEXPENSIVE AND HIGH QUALITY HEALTH AND DENTAL CARE
Visiting a hospital or dentist in Bangkok is like walking through the doors of an expensive hotel without dreading the bill afterwards. Most hospitals are very easy to get to and employees often treat foreigners, so there is a high level of English speaking atmosphere and understanding. After registering at hospital, the patient will be seen to very quickly with the relevant tests undertaken in a timely and efficient manner. Securing a consultation with a specialist doctor is also relatively easy as compare to other country.
CHEAP AND A LARGE VARIETY OF TRANSPORT OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Transportation is really cheap as compare to western countries, and there are numerous different public transport options available. A taxis’ fare is depend on the current traffic and the distance driven with the meter on. Often the thought of using public transport can be a bit daunting at first, but expats should make an effort to get acquainted with Bangkok’s public transport. There’s a BTS system, often referred to as the Skytrain because it runs above all the traffic on the roads, as well as the MRT ( Massive rapid Transportation )or underground train , not to mention buses, tuk-tuks, taxis, and motorbike taxis. The BTS and MRT are air-conditioned, and the two are linked at certain stations. Getting around Bangkok is both affordable and in many instances efficient and clean.
VARIETY OF EXPERIENCES IN BANGKOK
There are several different big size Malls, and other shopping experiences all over the city which cater to all types of budgets. These are easily accessed via public transport and are open 24 hour 7 days. From the Chatuchak Weekend Market, Pratunam Market, MBK and Platinum Shopping Malls that are perfect those looking for a bargain lover and like to barter, to the high-end shopping malls of Emporium, Siam Paragon, Central World and Central Chidlom, where just about anything can be bought – from designer fashion to electronics, home décor and even cars! For something a little different try Terminal 21 and Amarin Plaza.
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Qualifications from US, UK and Asia together
Lamar University (Texas, USA) in association with SIAM Technology College, Bangkok
Bachelor’s Degree in Intercultural Leadership
Minor in Business
UK NVQ Level 5 Diploma
Bachelors of Business Administration in International Business Management, Siam Technology College
Based in Bangkok (with option of study 1 year in USA)
No need to take a TOEFL or IELTS until second semester of year 2
Only $19,750 for all four years (based upon current tuition and exchange rates)
$2,469 per semester
First year 50 % Tuition Reduction available.