Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand International Relations, Graduate, Received the Matsushita (Panasonic) Scholarship to study her
International University of Japan
There are not a lot of courses as there are not a lot of students. Classes are small, but you get to develop a pretty close relationship with the teachers and supervisors.
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Perhaps more activities and less arbitrary grading, and possibly many other areas for students to develop their skills such as more student organizations, field trips, study groups, presentations, etc.
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