Published: Jul 01, 2022
How much does a dream cost? For children living in remote areas, turning their dream into reality can cost just 600 baht in the forms of scholarships, life skill and vocational trainings, and creation of safe food sources, which are achieved through working with partner networks nationwide.
Published: Mar 08, 2021
The British Council is launching more than 40 scholarships for the academic year 2021/2022 to support Thai students who wish to undertake postgraduate-level study at one of the selected UK institutions.
Published: Oct 19, 2019
SEOUL, South Korea—As part of its bid to strengthen bilateral ties with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), the South Korean government is banking on people-to-people exchange and is planning to “more than double” the number of its scholarship grants to Asean students.
Published: Sep 16, 2019
The rector of the Ramkhamhaeng University has expressed support for the Bhumjaithai Party’s proposal to exempt students with outstanding performance from repaying their debts to the Student Loan Fund.
Published: Mar 20, 2019
A total of 70 Thai students have gained full government scholarships from China's Tianjin Municipal Education Commission to study in dozens of vocational colleges for three years in the northern Chinese city, according to Xinhua as reported by China Daily.
Published: Feb 06, 2019
Panasonic Group Thailand is offering “Panasonic Future Gear” scholarships to second-year engineering students who are studying for an undergraduate degree in government universities, according to its press release.
Published: Nov 15, 2017
The abbot of Wat Phra Thaen Si La At in Uttaradit’s Laplae district has granted a scholarship of Bt5,000 a year for a disabled schoolgirl who recently won a prize writing with her foot in a national-level Thai writing and calligraphy contest. The scholarship is valid until Thikhamporn Mendoza, 17, graduates from Mathayom 6.