Siam Computer & Language School, a higher learning institution in Information Technology and English Language Instruction, was founded under the leadership of Dr. Prasert Prawatrungruang in 1979. Subsequently, SIAM  has been officially authorized by the Thai Ministry of Education to operate as a private teaching institution with branches throughout the greater Bangkok metropolitan area   More...

 

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The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) which is to commence in 2015, has urged the Thai government to initiate various programs to help Thai people learn English. The Thai government has named the year 2012 as Thailand's "English Speaking Year". AEC is just one of the many reasons that Thai people should learn English. Every year the capital city of Bangkok is overflowed with foreigners and tourists particularly during the holiday seasons. One of the problems that foreigners may face (aside from the cultural differences and muggy weather) is Thai's people lack of English skills. In 2013, many Thais do know a fair amount of English to be able to converse, but their proficiency skills still lag behind other ASEAN countries. 

Thailand takes pride in being the only country in Southeast Asia that was never a colony of the Western countries. That is also the reason why their English skills may not be as good as their neighboring countries. Because of globalization, increased population, and advancement in technology--English plays a major role and Thailand will have to develop the English language skills if they want to compete with other countries at an international level. English is an international language. It is the language used to conduct businesses and it is the most common language use to communicate between people of different nationality. If you would like to learn English in Bangkok, there are many language schools which provide the course. Often times, these language schools will also offer other language courses aside from English such as Japanese, Chinese, or Thai for foreigners.   

Bangkok is a diverse city. At the city-center, Bangkok is comprised of people from multinational backgrounds. Similar to America's China Town or Thai Town, Bangkok is also made up of areas that are specific to particular nationality. Knowing English therefore, is a good skill to have in Bangkok city. A Japanese vendor or an Indian restaurant waiter would probably know a bit of Thai to begin with, but this is not always the case so it will be a good idea to know a common language as a backup. When the need for learning English is high, so are the competition between language schools across the country. Parents would enroll their children in a language school on the week-ends or after their children's regular schools hours. Because there are already so many English language schools in Bangkok, each school has to exhibit its strongest qualities including spending a huge amount on ads and other marketing promotion. Some language schools have been established for many decades and they may not invest in as much advertisement as the newer schools

 

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