Prof. Dr. Sombat Thamrongthanyawong and WU Executive Team Congratulate the First Batch of International Students Graduating this Academic Year

     Prof. Dr.  Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, Acting President of Walailak university accompanied by an executive team including Assoc. Prof. Dr. Charun Bunyakan, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin Maisrikrod and the executives together with the faculty from Walailak University International College (WUIC), Director of Center for International Affairs joined a ceremonious meeting to congratulate the university’s first batch of international students graduating this academic year. The event took place in the Hall of Honor, Administration Building, Walailak University Hospital. 

    The acting president congratulated and gave a remark to the international graduates. The message is predicated on the progress Walailak University has made to ensure that the needs of international students will be met and that they can graduate as a quality graduate. Presently, our goal is to enter World Rankings to gain national and international recognition. In the future, the university plans on welcoming more international students. 

“I want everyone to take pride in being alumni of Walailak University and become a successful person generating impact and contributing to the development of the country,” said Prof. Dr.  Sombat. 

The international students also reflected their campus and academic experiences featuring uniqueness of cultural diversity and international community enabling collective learning. As for the academic aspect, the learning environment is characterized by constant support from the faculty and staff. Also, learning takes place through communication, teamwork and discussions. 

Mr. Kanat Sagadiyev, graduate from Engineering Program (Digital Innovation Engineering) said, “It is my first year studying abroad. What impresses me the most is the diversity of culture. It is so amazing to meet a lot of people and learn from them what they do and how they speak.”

Likewise, Mr. Victor Kibiwot Cheruiyot from the same faculty talked about his impression on academics, “For the curriculum, I like how we engage with the staff, students and activities. I generally feel at home. In class, because it is programming. It is a lot of coding and I work as a team with my classmates. We are assigned group projects so we get to work together a lot.” 




News by Nootchanat Sukkaew 

Division of Corporate Communication, Walailak University