International IDEA and Thammasat University announce competition for Dr.Surin Pitsuwan Fellowship

International IDEA and Thammasat University announce competition for Dr.Surin Pitsuwan Fellowship

Topic of the essay:
Based on the most recent Global State of Democracy Indices data, what are the main democratic trends in Asia and the pacific region since 1975 leading up to the current period?

Length of the essay should be max. 1200 words. Language should be English.

access to International IDEA’s Global State of Democracy Indices data can be found here: www.idea.int/gsod-indices

Eligible candidates: PhD candidates or Master students currently studying at Thammasat University originating from any of the ten ASEAN countries (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines,  Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam).

Please submit your essay to Dr.Pinitbhand Paribatra, Assistant Dean
Email: pinitbhand.polsci@gmail.com by 10th January 2019

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Voice of PBIC is now available

Voice of PBIC is now available

You can easily contact the PBIC office by using a QR code scanning.
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Office of International Affairs is now recruiting students for exchange programme at kanagawa University

Office of International Affairs is now recruiting students for exchange programme at kanagawa University.

Kanagawa University Japanese Language and Culture Program will be held from 28 June 2019 to 2 August 2019 (Summer Program). This program is design to provide the opportunity to learn Japanese language  and culture to student from all over the world.

The quota only for 2 students for the summer program and will halve the participation fee (partner university discount).

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Seminar invitation: “The Belt and Road Initiative amidst a Global Trade War : Progress and Challenges” by Bangkok Bank

Seminar invitation: “The Belt and Road Initiative amidst a Global Trade War : Progress and Challenges” by Bangkok Bank on 12 December 2018 at Bangkok Bank PCL.  13.00 – 16.00

The seminar includes speech by H.E.Mr.Lyu Jian  Ambassador of the Republic of China, Mr.Gao Yao Song from Shanghai diamond exchange and Prof.Ren Yuanzhe from China Foreign Affairs University.

We have 10 seats for those who interested (lecturers and students).

Register from 23 – 28 November 2018 (Click!!)

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If you have any question, please contact Mr. Chaiyaporn via email: chaiyaporn.pin@pbic.tu.ac.th

Office of International Affairs is now recruiting students for exchange programme

Office of International Affairs is now recruiting students (Bachelor and Master degree) for  short period students exchange programme   (Non-degree) in Asian countries, Oceania

If you’re interested, please request for an application form by contact international students and staff, Office of International Affairs 1st floor Thammasat University, Tha Prajan Campus or Dome Executive building, 3rd floor at Thammasat University, Rangsit campus

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Indian Studies Presentation Competition!!

Indian Studies Presentation Competition is now opening for all faculties, all major until 19th November 2018! If you’re interested in India, don’t miss this opportunity.  The prizes worth 10,000 Baht.

(Presentation topics: Current economic, social and political issues in India, any critical sector in India, India and its international affairs, environmental concerns, domestic and regional developments, changing role of women in Indian society, technology and its social and cultural impact, culture and society, rural-urban community, etc .)

Announcement of successful candidates: Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders event at UNCC on 28-30 November 2018

The PBIC are now Announcing 3 successful candidates to join the Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders event at UNCC between 28-30 November 2018 as following:

1. Mr. Karandeep Singh 5927648187, Thai Studies Program
2. Mr. Gittitouch Boon-long 5827640524, Chinese Studies Program
3. Mr. Rattasorn Pongpitakkul 6027645040, Indian Studies Program

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If you have any question, please contact Mr. Chaiyaporn via email: chaiyaporn.pin@pbic.tu.ac.th

The Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture, has scheduled the young artist development program “Young Artist Talent #10”

The Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Ministry of Culture, has scheduled the young artist development program “Young Artist Talent #10”. The program aims to support young and emerge techniques, as well as hands-on experience in producing contemporary artworks.

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Seminar invitation: “The many frontiers of physics” by Prof. David J. Gross

Thammasat University and International Peace Foundation would like to invite you to the seminar under topic “The many frontiers of physics” by Prof. David J. Gross Nobel prize winner . The seminar will be held at Lecture Theatre room, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat Rangsit Campus on Monday, 19 November 2018.

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