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Shewsbury’s World Class

Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury’s World-Class of 2020 Impresses with University Offers 463 University offers for Class of 2020 209 Top 100 ranked university offers, 43 Top 10 offers US: 104 offers including 7 Ivy League, 2 Stanford UK: 274 offers including 2 Cambridge, 1 Oxford, 181 Russell Group Thailand: 45 offers, including 21 Medical Programmes Rest of World: 40…

Chulalongkorn University Offers New Program for Passionate Entrepreneurs: Accepting International Applicants Through 30 March 2020

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand’s most prestigious university, now offers an innovative new international program called BAScii: Bachelor of Arts and Science in Integrated Innovation (BAScii) under the Chulalongkorn School of Integrated Innovation (ScII) that empowers the next generation of passionate entrepreneurs across Asia. ScII helps students acquire exclusive business and technological skills required to shine in…

Join us for the All Aboard the Adventure Train Picnic

HOP ON THE ADVENTURE TRAIN! JOIN A MORNING OF CRAFTS, GAMES, MUSIC AND FOOD AT THE  ALL ABOARD THE ADVENTURE TRAIN PICNIC Join an adventurous morning with indoor and outdoor activities. Families with young children are invited to join the All Aboard the Adventure Train Picnic on Saturday February 1, 2020 from 09:00-12:00 at KIS International…

School Opens Applications for Full IB Diploma Scholarship

KIS Int. School

IB DIPLOMA FULL SCHOLARSHIP, ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS NOW Join our inspiring community with academic scholarships for the IB Diploma and the IB Middle Years Programme. KIS International School is inviting ambitious students to apply for the coveted IB Diploma academic scholarship, also known as the “One Million Baht Scholarship”, for the academic year 2020-2021 onward. KIS…

Students at KIS in Bangkok simulate migration issues

KIS Int. School

Understanding Human Migration Students in Grade 5 at KIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand, learned about migration. They welcomed guest speakers who were able to provide first hand accounts representing different perspectives on migration, including one of KIS’s teachers who was a child refugee from Vietnam, a representative of an NGO working with refugees, a KIS staff…