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Thongsook College is a private higher education institute located in Boromratchonni Road, Thawi Watthana District, Bangkok, Thailand. Established in 1994, the college offers several undergraduate programs and a Thai master's degree program in business administration. They also provide a student managedTeaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (BA TESOL) program. They do not offer an athletic program. They do not have wheelchair accessibly.
OHEC inspections of the institutions last September and October determined than some courses had too few lecturers, while others had too many students enrolled, beyond the numbers officially reported to the OHEC. OHEC deputy chief Supat Champathong said after a commission meeting on Wednesday that it was decided to reveal the schools’ names to inform the public of issues pertaining to educational quality.
Bangkok-based ThongSook College (three on campus and 11 off-campus),
Supat said the issues related to these courses such as lecturers and student numbers could be solved by the concerned universities, warning them to cooperate with OHEC to tackle these issues in the interests of students.
60 former Thongsook BA TESOL students have filed complaints to the government OCP (Office of Consumer Protection) regarding unpaid refunds and poor student record management
|FACULTY||PROGRAM||DEGREE||ACADEMIC||LENGTH OF STUDY|
|Faculty of Accounting||Thai Calendar
|4 years (Can be completed in 3)|
|Faculty of Public Health|
|Faculty of Business Administration|
|FACULTY||PROGRAM||DEGREE||ACADEMIC CALENDAR||LENGTH OF CTUDY|
|Faculty of Education||M.Ed||Thai Calendar|
|Faculty of Law|
|PROGRAM||DEGREE||ACADEMIC CALENDAR||LENGTH OF STUDY||CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION|
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages||BA TESOL||ASEAN Calendar
|4 Years (can be completed in three)||120|
|Bachelor of Business Administration (Management)||BBA|
|Quality Education Program||4 months|
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