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I enjoyed Scot Hipsher’s article on studying for an MBA in Thailand. I teach at Asian University, located near Pattaya, about 150 km from Bangkok and all the traffic pollution that is associated with that city. We offer undergraduate programmes in Business, Engineering and Liberal Arts. Our International MBA takes 18 months full time, but can also be completed in modules.
At the moment we are trying to get more overseas students and are offering scholarships whereby half of the 20,000 Euro tuition fee is paid by the university. Please contact [link removed - we don't allow advertising on this forum] for more information.
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Do your students get a visa better than the tourist or non-immigrant "O" visa?

I've already got a Master's degree in business - what's the chance of doing a PhD? How much would it cost and would I be entitled to a visa? Failing that, does the uni do any graphics design courses?
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Our students get student visas, which allow study, but no paid employment.
Asian University is still new and fairly small. At present we can’t offer PhD or Graphic design. Check out the web site or pop in and see us if you want more info. Naklua isn’t far away.

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