Webster University has been a leader in education for over a century, and now boasts campuses all over the world. You can study at multiple locations in the U.S and Europe, from the Netherlands to Switzerland, Spain to Austria and Italy to Greece. You can even study in England with Oxford Brooks University, one of Webster’s many global partners. If you’d prefer to study abroad in even more exotic locations, Webster operates campuses in Mexico, China, Japan and Thailand, and even Ghana, Africa. Read more about Webster Worldwide here.
Webster opened its first campus in Thailand in 1999 down on the coastal town of Cha-Am, Hua Hin, home of this blog. Their smaller campus in Bangkok is housed in the Academic Center in Sathorn.
If you’re thinking about studying with Webster University Thailand (and why wouldn’t you!?), the Cha-Am blog team have provided a few useful links to start the ball rolling. If you like to plan ahead, check the Academic Calendar for the next 5 years: 2016-2021.
For Tuition and Fees, this page lists all Undergraduate, Graduate and Study Abroad costs, and we’ve also got a comprehensive list of Housing available to Webster students, all reviewed by TripAdvisor and previous students and guests.
If you’re already enrolled with Webster, but still discovering everything WUT has to offer, this section is for you. From Business to Music, Photography to Football, there are all sorts of Student Clubs and Sports you can get involved with. Webster also holds events nearly every month of the year, allowing students incredible access to some truly wonderful experiences. On the more serious side, there is a Writing Centre that supports any student who would either like to further their writing skills or requires assistance with their studies., and if anyone needs inspiration for an upcoming thesis, Webster also publishes some fantastic Theses‘ from previous students. WUT also offers a student counselling service at both the Cha-Am and Bangkok campus, and even a Career Planning and Development Center for students looking towards the next step.
Hua Hin is not only a popular retirement destination, but an all round holiday/party destination too, so its no surprise that the medical and health facilities are first rate. Webster’s blog team has done a little research to save you all some time. With thanks to Thai Visa who have compiled a great page on Dentists in Hua Hin, and ExpatHuaHin who wrote a great list for doctors, clinics and hospitals.
It can be very easy to fall back on English language, especially places like Hua Hin where most Thai’s can speak English thanks to the annual hordes of tourists and expats that visit this bustling seaside town. But to truly understand Thailand, and more importantly, to truly understand Thai people, then you should learn to speak Thai. Even a few words will go a long way, and you will reap the rewards over those that don’t make the effort.
There is a wide range of options in Hua Hin to learn Thai, from the Thai Language Centre (Hua Hin) to one-to-one Private Thai Lessons, while others prefer to buy one of the hundreds of books on offer and just dive straight in, learning from your mistakes as you go. There is no right or wrong way, the important thing is you’re making the effort, and the Thai’s will appreciate you for it.
Sawadee.com has written a great list of Hua Hin Transport advice, from buses, cars, renting bikes, catching Tuk Tuk’s, Taxi’s and Boat’s.
Whether you need a part-time job to keep yourself stocked up with enough beers to make it to the next semester, or if you’ve graduated and you’re looking for something permanent with one of those beautiful blue Work Permits, we’ve put together a little list of places that will send you in the right direction.