Experiential learning with social enterprise in Thailand: A case study of Bamboo School in Buriram Province, Thailand

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Project Title: Experiential learning with social enterprise in Thailand: A case study of Bamboo School in Buriram Province, Thailand
Author: Ms. Shreya Karki
Advisor: Asst. Prof. Dr. Maruj Limpawattana
Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration (International Program)
Major: Finance and Marketing
Faculty: Business Administration
Semester / Academic year: 2/2017

Citation

Karki, Shreya. (2017). Experiential learning with social enterprise in Thailand: A case study of Bamboo School in Buriram Province, Thailand. (Cooperative Education). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

This report is the documentation of an internship, which is a three-months program designed as an academic requirement for BBA program. Through this internship, the university has made an attempt to let students relate their learning to real world environment by working in organizations of their choice, by working in real life situations.

I completed my internship in Mechai Viravaidya Foundation, which is an organization that primarily focuses on education and youth philanthropy. The main objective of this report is to learn about the operation of social enterprise and how CSR can benefit an organization. Living in the school, along with the teachers and students helped me understand the curriculum and the operations. The results found that the school has not only helped the disadvantaged students attain quality education but t has also helped the members of the community.

Keywords: Education, Experiential Learning, and Social Enterprise


Experiential learning with social enterprise in Thailand: A case study of Bamboo School in Buriram Province, Thailand

Faculty of Business Administration, Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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