Nine students from Saimitsuksa School and Suupawit School in Thailand officially completed the one month-Intercultural Communication Program of the BSU-International Language Center (ILC).
The students were recognized in a simple ceremony at the RSDC canteen on April 27, 2018 where they shared their BSU experience through a slideshow and received their certificates from ILC director, Dr. Ronda B. Tullay and International Relations Office (IRO) director, Dr. Darlyn D. Tagarino. ELS teachers whom the graduates interacted with were also recognized in the ceremony. The students were guided and supervised by teacher Janya Boonman all throughout their stay at BSU./Jenny Joy Nabaysan, Joy Ann Posayen, UPAO DevCom Interns
“Thanks to Saimit School for partnering with BSU. We met a lot of Filipino friends and played with them. La Trinidad is like Chiang Mai in Thailand, we enjoyed the view. It was really fun and our teachers were kind,” the students said. Aside from English classes, the students were immersed in classes at the Elementary Laboratory School (ELS) as well. As part of their intercultural exposure, they participated in a football camp, a baking class, learned traditional dances and visited various tourist spots in La Trinidad and Baguio City.//JSTabangcura