Engage in lifelong learning, become global citizens: AIT President

Engage in lifelong learning, become global citizens: AIT President

President Worsak told participants that “learning to learn” is a
critical aspect of our lives. He added that in an increasingly
competitive world, a Bachelor’s degree is not enough to embark on a
career. At AIT, besides imparting education, the endeavour is to create
global citizens, President Worsak said.

Also addressing the students was AIT alumnus Dr. Amornpon Changsuphan,
Scientist, Ministry of Science and Technology, who spoke about how AIT
had impacted his life. It brought me academic benefits, life benefits,
and friend benefits, he said. Speaking about the international and
multicultural atmosphere at AIT, Dr. Amornpon stated that AIT had made
a positive impact on all aspects of his life.

Also participating in the AIT Open House was the President of Siam
University Prof. Pornchai Mongkhonvanit, representatives of the
Thailand’s Military Research and Development Centre (MRDC), besides a
strong representation of Chinese students who are currently studying at
10 different universities in Thailand.

Addressing the students was Mr. Shawn P Kelly, Director, Office of
External Relations, Ms. Chalita Lertwinyu, Director, Office of Host
Country Relations, and Dr. Tenzin Rabgyal, Coordinator, Admissions and
Scholarships Unit.

Participants visited the AIT library, the School of Engineering and
Technology (SET), School of Environment, Resources and Development
(SERD), and School of Management (SOM). Interested candidates also
appeared in the English Entry Test (EET).

A photo album from the event is available at this link: