On Wednesday January 19, 2022, Assumption College English Program hosted two virtual Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremonies.
During the first ceremony, four Assumption College schools, namely Assumption College Samutprakarn (ACSP), Assumption College English Program (ACEP), Assumption College Nakhon Ratchasima (ACN), and Assumption College Rayong (ACR) signed a Memorandum of Understanding MoU with International Business School, Beijing Foreign Studies University (or IBS, BFSU). The purpose of this memorandum is to provide the students of the four Assumption schools to apply for full and partials scholarships to study at IBS, BFSU
. The second Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the four Assumption schools and International Management Institute, Switzerland (or IMI). The purpose of this memorandum is to establish a mutually beneficial partnership and allow students from the four schools to transfer from their current school and to continue their studies at IMI.
The ceremonies were attended by directors and vice directors of the Assumption schools, representatives of IMI and IBS, BFSU (via Zoom), distinguished guests, and representatives of teachers, parents and students.
The four Assumption schools were represented by their directors and vice directors:
Rev. Bro. Dr. Pisutr Vapiso, Director, Assumption College Samutprakarn
Rev. Bro. Surasit Sukchai, Director, Assumption College English Program
Rev. Bro. Dr. Prawat Sutthinont, Director, Assumption College Rayong
Rev. Bro. Dr. Sa-ard Vongsacharoenbhakdi, Director, Assumption College Nakhon Ratchasima
Bro. Katawut Sittichoksakul, Vice Director, Assumption College Rayong
Bro. Patcharapakorn Langbubpha, Vice Director, Assumption College Nakhon Ratchasima
Bro. PittayaTueaita, Vice Director, Assumption College Samutprakarn
International Business School, Beijing Foreign Studies University was represented, via Zoom, by Prof. Niu Hua Yong, Dean and Dr. Dong Lili, Assistant Dean and Director of International Students Office. International Management Institute, Switzerland, was represented, via Zoom, by Professor Gavin R R Caldwell, Director of Partner Schools, Mr Heinz Bürki, President, and Mr Beat Wicki, CEO and Academic Dean.
Among the distinguished guests were Asst. Prof. Lugkana Worasinchai, Vice President for Business Development from Bangkok University, Mr Thanawat Likitprakong, Career Counselor from International Management Institute, Switzerland, Mr Tharin Theeramoke, Director of MedPoint Education Group, International Business School, Beijing Foreign Studies University and Mr. Viroj Sirithanasart, Chairman of ACSP’s Parent-Teacher Association.
All the academic institutions that signed the Memorandums of Understanding are looking forward to working together for the benefit of the students. We are also all looking forward to exchanging expertise and ideas in order to provide students at all the 6 institutions with best education possible.