Contradictory laws regarding schools duty to publish fees

While most international schools in Thailand publish their fees online, some still refuse to. Thai regulation is contradictory and somewhat vague about schools’ obligations in this. Losers are families trying to choose a school for their children. As part of our research TIS Monitor has visited the websites of close to 120 Thai international schools […]

When size matters: Looking at Thailand’s largest intl’ schools

According to official figures obtained by TIS Monitor, Bangkok Patana has the most students of any international school in Thailand, with second place going to St Andrews NAE Sukhumvit 71. Some families deliberately choose to enroll their children in large schools with high numbers of students. A larger school usually means a wider selection of […]