Good luck and good bye beloved exchange students

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange students

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange students

DPUIC organized a certificate ceremony and farewell party for exchange students on 21 May 2015. Aj. Harald Kraus, Dean of DPUIC, gave a farewell speech to the students. In the ceremony, both the exchange students and full time students also enjoyed eating food and talking. Moreover, some exchange students also shared their experience at DPUIC. Let’s see what they talked about ^_^

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMr. Xu Hang (Exchange student from Sanya University, China): “I would like to say thank you for all the teachers and staff, you are very friendly and helpful. In the past year, i have learned a lot. I had three subjects with Steve, and two with Dominic. The teachers are really good, for they not only taught me academic knowledge but also influenced me with their personality. All of those have made me a better person. The study experience in Bangkok was fantastic but now I’m leaving. I’d like to quote an old Chinese saying: it is very hard for us to meet, but it is even harder to say goodbye. Thank you!”

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMr. Huo Xingxing (Exchange student from Sanya University, China): “Thanks DPUIC! I really enjoyed life at DPUIC. It’s my honor and luck that I can come here to study for one year. It’s difficult to find one word to describe my heart at the moment. Thanks everybody for making friends with me and helping me a lot. I hope that I will see you guys again. I love DPUIC! I love everybody here!”




Mr. Yan Zhiyi (Exchange student from Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsSanya University, China): “I really appreciate your teaching and help for this year。 I want all of you to know that I will remember you always. You opened my eyes and you opened many doors for me. Learning English and Thai culture became easier from you. Thank you for your support and all of you are my close friends. For your patience and caring, kind words and sharing, I just want to say, “THANK YOU!”


Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMs. Nguyen Thi Hoang Dung (Exchange student from Hoa Sen University, Vietnam): “I would like to say thank you to all teachers and staff for supporting me and encouraging me during the time I was following the exchange program at DPUIC. To me, this journey is not only to broaden my horizon but also to enrich my life experience. I will consider it as a part and parcel of my life.”


Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMs. Ha Kieu Ngan (Exchange student from Hoa Sen University, Vietnam): “I would like to say thank-you to all teachers and staff at DPUIC. You helped me a lot during the time I studied here. Joining this exchange program is my big chance to make friends with lots of students from different countries all over the world. Studying at DPUIC is an interesting experience that I will never forget. Thank you for all that!”




Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMs. Huynh Phan Minh Trang (Exchange student from Hoa Sen University, Vietnam): “I want to give a big thanks to all of teachers at DPUIC, who taught me during the time I studied here, and P’Por – the devoted staff who helped me a lot and answered all enquiries. Besides international friends I had chance to meet others who were also very nice. Lukpear gave me a warm welcome on the very first day I came to Thailand and also helped me a lot. All memories here are my precious asset which I will keep for my whole life.”

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMs. Phan Nguyen Van Anh (Exchange student from Hoa Sen University, Vietnam): “I want to thank DPUIC for this amazing experience which will be one of the unforgetable memories. I also want to thank the professors, especially Ajarn Wimmala and Ajarn Jirasak for teaching me. Finally, to the staff and students, I thank you for your help and kindness whenever I needed it. Thank you for everything and wish you all the best.”


Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMs. Mounier Segolene Geraldine Marie (Exchange student from ISC-Paris): “Thank you everyone for this semester. Everyone was so helpful starting from the beginning with Lukpear at the airport until the very end. Everyone was so welcoming that I felt like home here. I really enjoyed my stay here and even if DPU is a little bit far from the center, I could enjoy the real Thai life and I really appreciate it. I will never forget what happened this semester. I had a lot of amazing moments and I’m really grateful for that. Thank you again to everyone for making this life experience unforgettable.”


Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMr. Farhat Franck Charbel (Exchange student from ISC-Paris): “I would like to say thank all members of the staff of the university, teachers and students for their kindness. My experience here could not have been better. People were always available for us, if we had questions, problems, for example mobiles phones, health concerns, issue of housing, etc. This is why I never felt alone, or lost, thanks to people of this university. I really like the respect that existed during those 6 months, with open minded students and teachers. Classes were also very interesting. I know that all my life I will think of my experience here as a wonderful time.”

Good luck and good bye beloved exchange studentsMr. Karlsson Adam Linus (Exchange student from Linnaeus University): “Studying at DPU International College has been great. Going to another country with a different culture and a different language from what you are used to can be really hard, but it wasn’t for me. The reason why is the people in and around DPUIC. The teachers are really engaged and inspiring. They helped me with all sorts of things, whether it was school related or not, and I sincerely consider them my friends. The rest of the staff are amazing as well. I never once felt unsafe or anxious because I knew that if I needed help the DPUIC staff was just a message away. For me as a foreigner coming to Bangkok, I was truly amazed by the kindness and helpfulness of most people. Everybody tried to help and that made me feel very welcome. My friends taught me Thai and explained cultural “must-knows”, street chefs put more and more chilli in my food as time went by in an attempt to teach me to eat like a local and random people I asked for help could spend 30-45 minutes trying to help me without wanting anything in return. It may sound like a cliché, but spending one semester studying at DPUIC has really made me a better person, because I’m going to take all that kindness and helpfulness back home with me!”

On behalf of DPUIC, we would like to say congratulations and goodbye to all exchange students who just graduated from their exchange program at DPUIC (Semester 2/2014). We hope that you will enjoy your life and have good memories.

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