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Kingdom 'could Become International Education Hub


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Kingdom 'could become international education hub'

Commerce Ministry permanent secretary Karun Kittisataporn said Friday that Thailand has a high potential to be the international education hub of Asia.

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingne...newsid=30025809

seemingly the international aviation hub has lost a few spokes,

so lets try another one.

but education? you cannot be serious!

how about:

self delusion hub

hooker trafficking hub.

roadkill hub

how not ot do it hub

how to cheat hub

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Yes, nothing like an MBA in rice farming to draw in the students....

Oh, and although we are "international" all instruction and all materials shall be given in Thai.

and yes you are welcome to travel to Thailand via boat, our harbors are not sinking, just the airport.

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let's see, to get started, we'll kick out a good portion of our best farang teachers. Now, let's see, we're left with Thai nationals teaching English. What's that you say, "they don't speak fluently themselves, and the teachers are compicating assignements as to render learning near impossible?!" mai pen rai, we'll get on the right track as soon as we figure it where the starting point is - pass the MSG please.

Kingdom 'could become international education hub'
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C'mon, not so negative! Thailand is already a regional educational hub!

Laos and Cambodia are jealous of the facilities and standards here!

Setting the bar a little low, are you not. :o

Naka.

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They could teach students how to make hubs for the wooden carts to be hauled by the water buffalos whose horns are decorated with the computer parts that the vo-tech students couldn't assemble.

Ahhh... I get it. It's a mis-translation. They want to become a centre that teaches about hubs :o

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let's see, to get started, we'll kick out a good portion of our best farang teachers. Now, let's see, we're left with Thai nationals teaching English. What's that you say, "they don't speak fluently themselves, and the teachers are compicating assignements as to render learning near impossible?!" mai pen rai, we'll get on the right track as soon as we figure it where the starting point is - pass the MSG please.
Kingdom 'could become international education hub'

Hub's no good without its bearings

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In certain areas, this is an idea I think Thailand might be able to pull off. In America, it is more difficult to get into a veterinary school than it is a medical school. There justaren't enough slots for all the qualified applicants. It's a void Thailands schools could fill. On a less academic note, the trend globally seems to be towards more certificates and degrees required for employment with not much attention payed to institution or actual education. Thailand could exploit that niche as well as anywhere else.

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