After completing a college degree, a student may wish to pursue a graduate degree. The first level of such study is called a master. Students can earn this title after completing approximately two years of study when taking a full load of credits.
Courses in Thailand
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A programme of exceptional quality, designed with and for universities The Master's Preparation qualification is the best preparation for success on your chosen postgraduate d ... +
Ready to shake things up? Our four-week International Bartender Course is broken down into four core modules: Bar Practice, Masterclasses, Flair and Free Pour. By the end of t ... +
Thai Chef School’s Pastry & Bakery training course provides the fundamental training needed to enhance one’s skills in French pastry, cake making & decorating, chocola ... +
We offer training programs in English for beginners as well as experienced culinary professionals. We can take you from where you are now to higher levels of culinary skills f ... +
Sasin Business English programs are fun and effective because we work closely with our students to help them achieve their goals. Some may want to review the basics, while oth ... +
The Stamford English Program prepares you for the modern world where proficiency in English is a necessity. A multi-level structure means your English language studies can beg ... +
This course examines in-depth food systems, with a specific focus on smallholder sustainable agriculture.
For those wishing to learn basic culinary skills and the most popular Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean dishes. And for those wishing to do an internship in Thai ... +
For those wishing to learn basic culinary skills, Thai cooking techniques, sauces, and professional dishes and to do an internship in Thailand for 6 months. This program takes ... +
The Sasin Senior Executive Program (SEP) is founded on the knowledge that an enterprise’s success is the result of a well-balanced combination of short-term operational effici ... +
Thai Language and Society focus on studying the Thai language and culture and understanding Thai history and society.
This course explores the ethnoecological relationship between humans and forests.