Pattaya’s Royal Cliff Hotels Group will sponsor two area vocational colleges in its efforts to promote higher education.
At a Dec. 13 press conference, executives from Pattaya’s Thai-Itoh Technology Vocational College and Siam Technology College announced the memorandum of understanding with the Royal Cliff group to promote educational activities and educational standards.
(L to R) TITVC board member Dr. Piyadi Prasertsom; Maliwai Hatapakij, human resources manager of Royal Cliff Hotels Group Pattaya; Sunant Prasertsom; Dr. Yingsak Jonglertjetsadawong, dean of the TITVC Faculty of Arts; and Dr. Niwet Wongsuwan, director of the TITVC Department of Education.
TITVC Liberal Arts Department dean, Dr. Yingsak Jonglertjetsadawong said the agreement should improve cooperation in producing students with the necessary skills for the workforce as demanded by their professions.
Cooperation between education and business, he said, can help promote and develop education and research, preserve arts and culture, and services.
TITVC accepts students with a high-school degree or equivalent for its 2 and 4-year program in marketing, business computing, hotel and tourism. Both bachelor and master’s programs are available.