As far as we are aware, the current ongoing protests by the are clearly political and in no way linked or related to academic activities.
While noting this fact, we are gratified to say that Assumption University of Thailand’s two campuses at
Hua Mak and Suvarnabhumi are distances away from the protest sits. The study and living situations of all students, Thai and International, are well secured through extensive and intensive security on campuses and within their immediate living environments.
While respecting the rights of individuals to political expression, we however continue to advise and counsel our faculty and students, particularly those who are international, not to visit the protest sites. As long as faculty and students do not stray into the protest arenas which are restricted to one or two locations in Bangkok downtown, there is no reason for them to feel insecure or threatened. Additionally, we would like to encourage references to the Official Website of the Royal Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mfa.go.th/web/2630php) to be updated on advice regarding the on-going political strife, and not to be swayed solely by sensational news reports and other media.
The prospective university year 2013-14 is targeted for opening on January 6, 2014 and we are committed to sustaining our academic services without any interruptions.
For Information Assistance please contact:
Dr. Samusa Nakasingh 662 300 4543 ext. 3643, 3726
Mr. Glen Chatelier 662 719 1515 ext. 3728-9, + 668 1 848 1166
Ms. Siriporn Kiatpapan +6686-974-0041