Bangkok, Feb. 4, 2013 /InfoQuest/ --With its natural splendor, the people's hospitality, modern infrastructure, and world-class education services, Thailand has been welcoming thousands of foreign students from around the world. In fact, it has ranked among the world's Top Ten most desirable destination for international education.
To continuously promote the country potential, the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, has collaborated with government and private sectors in organizing Thailand International Education Expo (TIEE) annually since 2003. The expo has been recognized as the center stage to display the infinite choice of international education to target audience.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the 10th Thailand International Education Expo (TIEE 2013) is taking place at the Royal Paragon Hall, 5th floor of Siam Paragon Shopping Complex in Bangkok, from February 22-24, 2013. This will mark the grandest international education expo of the ASEAN region.
Under the concept, "Live + Learn in Wonderful Thailand", TIEE 2013 features more than 200 international education institutes from around Thailand and fromoverseas. Being presented under one roof is a wide selection of international education programs -- from pre-school to primary school onto doctoral degree. Also highlighted are popular vocational and short courses such as Thai boxing, Thai cooking, traditional massage, and aviation training, to name a few. In addition, parents and students can enjoy shopping for educational products including computer software, games, educational toys and materials, etc.
TIEE 2013 also offers great opportunities for visitors to make the best education choices through counseling service as well as the availability of in-depth information directly from representatives of those institutes. Furthermore, there will be interactive exhibitions, workshops, seminars and discussions relating to education. On main stage daily, are series of dancing, singing, and orchestra performances by talented international students.
--Courtesy of Department of International Trade Promotion