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Year 13, class of 2021, achievements

Jun 11 2021

Despite the unusual circumstances over the last academic year, 2020-2021 has been a truly successful year for our Year 13 graduates. They are an especially talented cohort, demonstrating remarkable resilience, a positive attitude and good humour. They were always there to support each other and ensure the challenging balance between academic studies, enrichment activities and contribution to our community partners was met.

The majority of our graduates will remain in Thailand to study at university. Our Head Boy, Chris, has received a number of offers but has decided to attend Chulalongkorn University to study Economics, receiving a scholarship for which he is rightfully proud. Aim will be attending Thammasat University and is also studying Economics, receiving a full scholarship, and so big congratulations for receiving this award for such a competitive course. Boss D. will join Chulalongkorn University and the International School of Engineering to study Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, and is also receiving a scholarship, emphasising the impressive success many of our students have with funding awards. 

Jebby will join Kasetsart University to study a Bachelors in Business Administration whilst Marco will attend Bangkok University to study Digital Media Design. Nana will attend Mahidol University to read Medicine and Management. Engineering is a rightfully popular course, Ohm T. joining KMIT School of Engineering to study Material Science. Oui Pern will continue to develop his musical talents at Mahidol University and study Jazz Music. Pat will read for a Bachelors in Service Innovation at Thammasat University. 

Team is one of three St. Stephen’s students who will attend Thammasat University, his chosen degree course being a Bachelors in Business Administration. Finally, joining Boss in the Chulalongkorn International School of Engineering is Tor, reading Nano Engineering. 

Further afield, John T. will attend Delft University in The Netherlands to study Computer Science, whilst Pep will move to Salford in the UK to study Business and Law. Also travelling overseas, Mei Mei will attend the Academy of Art University in San Francisco to study Graphic Design, with her studies initially being online. Looknam is the second of our medical students, although she will take a gap year before joining Medical School in Thailand in 2022.

Whilst we are sad to see these young adults leave St. Stephen’s, we are very proud of their achievements and wish them the very best in their new studies at such prestigious universities.

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