MA in Communicative English

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MA in Communicative English

This international program is offered in Bangkok.

The Institute of International Studies, Ramkhamhaeng University, offers the Master of Arts Program in Communicative English from June 2008. It provides individuals with advanced academic work in the functional aspects of communication and English language. Nowadays, every sector faces the impact of globalization. To understand and adapt to the global transaction environment will be the key to executive success in operations of non-profit and for-profit organizations. This new program provides the individual with general competencies for overall knowledge in communication as well as an ability to function effectively in a multicultural and rapidly changing global arena. Students will develop skills in collecting, analyzing, and interpret data, as well as conceptualizing, evaluating, and implementing solutions necessary in addressing complex problems.

Individuals with a Bachelor degree in arts, humanities, sciences, engineering, education, business and others from accredited schools are encouraged to apply.

Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

Ramkhamhaeng University Institute of International StudiesBefore the establishment of Ramkhamhaeng University in 1971, Thailand had long suffered what might be called "a crisis in the quest for higher ... Read More

Ramkhamhaeng University Institute of International StudiesBefore the establishment of Ramkhamhaeng University in 1971, Thailand had long suffered what might be called "a crisis in the quest for higher education". At that time the number of high school graduates seeking seats to the universities outnumbered the admission capacity of all universities combined. The problem finally prompted the parliament to pass a law authorizing the establishment of Ramkhamhaeng University, named after King Ramkhamhaeng the Great (ca. 1239-1317), who invented the Thai alphabet, or ‘RU’ as it is commonly known ... the country’s first open-admission university.The university was granted permission to use a 300 rai (125 acre) plot of land in the eastern suburb of Bangkok as its main campus; this land once housed the International Trade Fair. Read less
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