CMU Scholarship Student’s Study Visit to Japan
CMU’s Language Institute together with Mr. Noboru Wada, Chairman of Yamaguchi Data Processing Services, Inc., which has created the “Specified Nonprofit Corporation Society of Japanese Language Education in South East Asia (JALESEA)”, has awarded Japanese language scholarships including a study visit to Japan to 2 CMU students, the recipients were:
1. Ms. Uthumporn Dandok-aueng, the 2nd Year Undergraduate Student
2. Mr. Warithorn Chi-nawong, the 3rd Year Undergraduate Student
Before the students had received scholarships, together with 40 other applicants had written a composition in Thai answering the question “Why he/she would like to study Japanese”. CMU’s Language Institute then selected 25 persons to study Japanese for 2 years, after which 2 students who were outstanding in their language capacity were selected to take a study visit to Japan during April 11-16, 2016, together with scholarship recipients from Ramkhamhaeng University.
Mr. Warithron said that he enjoyed his first study visit to Japan very much and he would like to thank everyone who had given this chance to him. Ms. Uthumporn said that she had gained knowledge including good memories from the things she had experienced and she would like to thank every senior person including the officers who had participated in this activity.