August 16, 2019

Career and Education seminar (Chon Buri)

The AAA Thailand career and education event at Burapha University in Chon Buri adopted a different – and clearly very successful – approach. There were no booths or panel discussions. Thakorn Juntarnupattanar, 2019 Entrepreneurial Award Winner of the annual Australian Alumni Awards, was the key speaker, led the discussion and shared his experiences of studying and living in Australia for over a decade. A total of 135 students peppered “Jack” – an alumnus of Monash University and the University of Melbourne – with questions in a two-hour session. Support from the Faculty of Humanity, Burapha University was instrumental in making this event possible. 

Location: Burapha University


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Since 2016, admission to AAA Thailand events have been free of charge. However, the AAA Thailand Committee reserves the right to charge nominal fees for certain events from July 2020 onwards. For events organised by the Australian Embassy, AAA Thailand will submit names of alumni members to the embassy on a rotation basis. However, the final decision as to which alumni are invited rests with the Australian Embassy.