SRIA is inviting Filipino and foreign students in Thailand for primary and secondary school levels to join the inaugural batch. Classes start on June 16 for academic year 2016 – 2017.
A series of Thai Culture Seminar will be held in Bangkok starting by the end April until August 2016. Thai culture is one of the requirements to get a teacher’s license in Thailand.
SRIA follows Philippine DepEd K-12 curriculum. The Creative Arts Elementary curriculum is applied for primary school program and the Special Business High School Curriculum is utilized for secondary school program.
The management of St. Robert’s Global Education has announced the PHOTO SHOOT SCHEDULE for the graduates of Ifugao State University (IFSU).
St Robert’s Group of Companies with its affiliate schools and universities has begun its enrollment for Summer and First Term for academic year 2016-2017.
This year’s camp meeting aims to bring together foreign and Thai Adventist teachers and publishing workers to help in the development of the education system in general.
Venus Dennen Claver, currently taking her Masters degree in one of the prestigious universities here in Thailand, initiated a series of inspiring speeches with her entry, aptly titled “You’ve Got What It Takes”.
Certificate recognized by Khurusapha or the Teachers Council of Thailand will be given to participants.
“We lament that this act, as well as its recording and sharing online, were done by students right inside our school-the entire scenario far removed from the education our institution imparts and the values we in the UE community uphold.”
Meet the young Filipina delegate in the 14th Annual International Festival of Language and Culture in Bangkok
Her name is Zaynah Yasmeen P. Ramos from Zamboanga. She is a student at Fountain International School also known as Filipino Turkish Tolerance School.