Thammasat University

236 register for free language classes

Wednesday, 05 February 2014 15:35
More than 200 people signed up for the latest round of free foreign-language courses offered by Pattaya City Hall. Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh welcomed the 236 students for the Russian, Chinese and Thai classes Jan. 30. The Chinese and English classes were split equally at 71...
Thammasat University next year will take over foreign-language classes offered by Pattaya City Hall with promises to employ graduates of at least one course.
Thammasat University graduates chipped into organize inventory and price products as the Redemptorist School for People with Disabilities opened Ray’s Second-Hand Shop.

YWCA awards 300 scholarships

Wednesday, 05 September 2012 16:42
About 300 students from 57 schools and colleges received scholarships from the YWCA Bangkok-Pattaya Center.

Wonderful Winnie wins top finance award

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 15:43
A former student at Garden International School has won one of the world’s top finance competitions.
The Amari Orchid Pattaya Chris Kays Memorial Rugby Tournament took place at Horseshoe Point last weekend and featured 16 teams from six countries taking part.
Century 21 Affiliates Thailand, in collaboration with Thammasat University’s Faculty of Architecture and Planning (APTU), is launching Thailand’s first property poll, under the theme ‘Residential Demand after the Flood’. 

Thank you Pattaya

Wednesday, 28 March 2012 15:51
St. Patrick’s Day parade raises funds for Father Ray Foundation More than one thousand local residents and foreign expats joined the 2012 St. Patrick’s Day Parade which took place on the afternoon of Saturday March 17th.
BANGKOK, March 8 --- Dusit District Court in the Thai capital on Thursday sentenced the twin brothers who physically assaulted leading Nitirat academic Worachet Pakeerut on Feb 29, to three and 10 months imprisonment without suspension.
BANGKOK, 24 October 2011  – The Ministry of Transport has indicated that a budget of up to 25 billion THB might be needed for the repair of flood-damaged roads and highways while efforts are urgently being made to unblock transportation routes.