( l-r) Mr Pipoo Pumklaewkla,-The UK Alumni, Dr Anothai Nitibhon-Winner of Culture and Imagination Award, Dr Amalee Rae McCoy-Winner of Social Action Award, Helga Stellmacher-Director of the British Council in Thailand, H.E. Mark Gooding-British Ambassador to Thailand, Nay Kiratibutra-Winner of Science and Sustainability Award, Chonnapat Rujivanarom-Representative of Winner of Service and Development Award and Dr Pimkwan Boonjitpimol-The UK Alumni.

H.E. Mr Mark Gooding, British Ambassador to Thailand (5 th from left) together with Ms Helga Stellmacher, Director of the British Council in Thailand (4 th from left) just recently commanded the Research study UK Alumni Awards 2023 event in Thailand to commemorate the exceptional accomplishments of UK alumni in Thailand and display the effect and the worth of the UK’s college. In overall, 4 winners and 8 finalists were granted in 4 classifications; science and sustainability, culture and imagination, social action, and organization and development, along with for their crucial contribution to reinforcing ties in between the UK and Thailand. The occasion was held just recently at the British Club Bangkok.

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