Stamford International University has staged a graduation ceremony for the academic year 2021 on Sunday, April 3rd at the Exhibition Center and the BITEC meeting, in Bangna, Bangkok.
Dr. Apitep Saekow, Acting President Stamford International University said that in the academic year 2021, there were 1,352 students from various countries as graduates and masters graduates.
Adjustments to the teaching format to online formats posed significant challenges but these students. Showed a determination to study to overcome obstacles in both academic personal circumstances to complete their goals as a source of pride.
According to the results of recent surveys, 80% of graduates are now employed, earning salaries that are higher than graduate wage targets. In addition, another 20% have invested in their own businesses.
Despite the Covid situation, the university and all academic departments have been committed to changing teaching methods to maintain the quality of teaching to meet the standards and mission of the university.
In addition, the university has been honored to help develop the potential for education and professional opportunities for people with disabilities, another important mission of the university.
Mr. Wasan Paengpunju, who is visually impaired completed an MBA this year. He said that after graduating with a bachelor’s degree, he has begun working in a government organisation. Many universities refused him admission, but Stamford provided the opportunity with a teacher to advise him throughout the course so that he could completed a master’s degree in business administration.