Department Orientation – Semester 1/2018

Orientation is the opportunity to learn about the university, how to navigate the campus. During the stay, students will learn about the culture, norms, and build a strong network which will help the SU journey on the right path. The orientation started with a warm welcome speech by our Respected President Dr. Pornchai Mongkhonvanit, followed by the Acting Director Dr. Duminda Jayaranjan. The president mentioned about 21st-century learning skills and how students can learn together in this multi-cultural environment. This year we have students from Africa, Franch, Finland, Germany, Japan, Nepal, Thailand.

Official Ceremony 2017

Tuesday, 17 July 2018 was the graduation day of Siam University which had been held at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. Siam University was gratefully received the great honour of being the chairperson of the ceremony from Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali.
In 2017 academic year, there were 2,590 graduates from Bachelors’ Degrees to Doctorates.
Congratulations on every graduate’s success.

Thai Cooking Lesson for International Students

On 06 December 2017, Thai Hotel and Tourism Department hosted a cooking class for the International students of our university. Thai foods are unique in taste with different ingredients. First, the teacher demonstrated each item to the students. After that, students formed a group and cooked the newly learnt menu with the help of Hotel and Tourism students. Som Tam (ส้มตำ), Tom Kha Gai (ต้มขาไก่), Pad Thai (ผัดไท), Pumpkin in Coconut Milk (ฟักทองแกงบวด) are among the foods they learnt in the cooking class. Once finished, the group shared with other to taste their new experience in Thai cooking. Thanks to the Thai Hotel and Tourism Department for hosting a short course for the International Students.

Annual Teacher Appreciation Day 2017

The Siam University Annual Teacher Appreciation Day commenced on Thursday, 7 September 2017.  Students from Thai and International programs attended to show their respect to Siam administration and teachers and celebrated the long-time tradition of this ceremony.

The Wai Khru Ceremony (พิธีไหาัครู) is an annual Teacher Appreciation Day and is a Thai ritual where students pay respect towards their teachers and administration.  The ceremony symbolizes the students’ expression of gratitude and formalizes the relationship between the student and teacher.  This ceremony occurs in most schools across Thailand in the beginning of the year.