Three of Stamford International University's outstanding graduates talk about their experiences at Stamford and offer advice to future students.
First to talk is the actor Look-Tarn (Supitsara Chompoosri) who had just completed a Bachelor in International Business Management.
Next, also graduating with a Bachelor in IBM is Nett (Panasaya Kittigthakul), who was one of THE STAR12 (a singing contest TV Program).
Finally, there is Namfon ( Nattasuda Anusonadisai) who had just successfully finished her Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Marketing Management. Namfon is Ambassador at One Young World, and also works as a reporter at AP.
Stamford would like to welcome these new members to our Alumni Family, and thank them for their kind words and wise advise to future Stamford International University students.
I chose to study at Stamford International University as I am aware of the importance of English language. As we know, AEC is around the corner and English language will be very important. In the past, I could hardly speak English and was afraid of conversing with foreigners. I challenged myself and chose to enroll in Stamford’s international program as I knew this would push me to develop new skills. I am now far more confident and able to converse much better in English and this will be a tremendous help when I represent Thailand at the Miss World 2014 competition in London at the end of this year. The benefits I gained from taking Stamford’s international program have helped me in every aspect of my life, and given me a strong base in English with which I need to succeed.
“Maeya” Miss Thailand World 2014 shared her learning experiences at Stamford and gave thoughtful tips on how to choose the right path for your Bachelor’s degree.