The British Council launches ‘Study UK Alumni Awards 2021-22’ to celebrate UK alumni achievements

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Bangkok 14 October 2021 - The British Council is pleased to announce the eighth year of its ‘Study UK Alumni Awards’ program celebrating the outstanding achievements of UK alumni around the world. The awards winners...

COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive poor mental health among children and young people in...

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BANGKOK October 10th, 2021 – Marking the World Mental Health Day on 10 October, UNICEF and the Department of Mental Health (DMH) expressed concerns over the continued negative impact of COVID-19 on children and...

The British Council, in partnership with MHESI, has initiated connections between Thai-UK higher education...

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  The British Council in Thailand, with the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, has initiated the “TH-UK World-class University Consortium”, matching 15 programs from seven Thai universities with top UK universities in...

More than 80 percent of eligible students nationwide apply for first Pfizer vaccination, Thai...

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National - More than 80 percent of eligible students nationwide have registered for Pfizer vaccinations, reflecting the high demand for the return of 'on-site' studying, the Thai Education Minister stated today, October 4th. Minister Trinuch Thienthong...

Thai Education ministry apologizes for posting altered photograph of Deputy Minister wading through flood,...

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Bangkok - The official Facebook page of the Education Ministry had released an apology statement yesterday, September 28th, after publishing what appeared to be an altered photograph showing the Deputy Education Minister visiting a flooded...

Majority of parents in Pattaya want their children to receive Covid -19 vaccine, says...

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Pattaya – A majority of parents in Pattaya want their children to receive Covid -19 vaccines before school opens this November, according to a recent poll by Pattaya City officials. A video version of this story...

Reader Talkback: Would you-or will you-vaccinate your child against Covid-19 to let them go...

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Thailand- The following is our weekly feature in which we ask our readers a news topical question and get their insight and opinions. We then share their feedback a week later and pick a variety...

All students 12-18 expected to receive full Covid-19 vaccinations prior to ‘on-site’ learning nationwide...

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National - Thailand's Ministry of Public Health expects students nationwide to receive a complete set of two doses of Pfizer vaccines prior to the official start of 'on-site' learning at schools nationwide by November 15th. Suphat...

Thai Department of Public Health reveals results of what people want to open most...

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Thailand-   The Thai Department of Public Health revealed the results of a major survey they stated they took over the past month in 29 dark-red zones in Thailand today, which asked the public what...

Vaccine allocation for students between 12-17 years old will begin in October, says government...

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National - The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines will be primarily distributed to students of the age of 12-17 years in 29 dark-red zone provinces prior to the scheduled school reopening in November, Thailand's Ministry of Education...

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