Bangkok University, the first and largest private university in Thailand will give scholarship grants to five Filipino students who are interested in taking Bachelor of Communication Arts in Innovative Media Production. Classes will start in August 2018.
Effective July 1, foreigner who works without a valid Work Permit or found working or has a job that is different from the one specified in the Work Permit will be fined 5,000-50,000 THB and deported and will not be allowed to apply for a Thai Visa and work permit for 2 years.
It’s a long weekend from July 27 to 30 as Thailand celebrates Asarnha Bucha Day and His Majesty the King’s birthday, respectively.
The Philippine booth for Chiang Mai World Fair at LANNA EXPO 2018 showcased wood carvings by Dante Valdellon, a Filipino artist who has been living in Chiang Mai for over 40 years. Philippine Airlines (PAL), the country’s flag carrier and LMS Jiaogulan, producer of herbal tea also joined the expo.
A total of 350 students have finally completed their graduate and undergraduate degrees and are set to join the 76th commencement exercises of Philippine Christian University on July 29, 2018 at Amari Watergate Hotel, Bangkok.
Senior Thai government officials, members of the diplomatic corps, businessmen, media and Filipino community leaders joined the celebration.
A total of 108 out of 313 takers passed the licensure exam last year held at Ekamai International School.
Hon. Kobkarn Suriyasat Wattanavrangkul, former Minister of Tourism and Sports served as the guest of honor.
The forum will start at 7:00 pm. FCCT members can attend for free, non-members for 450 baht. Thai journalists and students with valid ID will have to pay the entrance of 150 baht.
They were welcomed by the Deputy Superintendent and other senior officers of the RTAFA.