Applied Thai Traditional Medicine (ATTM) program, School of Medicine, Walailak University, organizes public relations courses (ATTM WU School tour) for various schools in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.
September 11, 2022
The course modulator of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine (ATTM), School of Medicine, Walailak University, has organized project activities “Public Relations and Guidance Activities for bachelor’s degree of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine Program” for high school students at the following schools from August 11 to August 26, 2022:
- Pakphanang School
- Satree Pakphanang School
- Thung Song School
- Satree Thung Song School
- Kanlayanee Sri Thammarat School
- Petcharik Demonstration School
- Thasala Prasit Suksa School
This activity was led by Dr. Thana Juckmeta, the chairman of the PR activity project. Our lecturer has guidance in the teaching and learning guidelines of applied Thai traditional medicine, including advice from senior students of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine 1st and 2nd year. Besides, we also had fun activities such as games or Q&A sessions for interested students. This program was successful and valuable, particularly for Grade 6 students who will be admitted to the university. Furthermore, this establishes a relationship between students, lecturers, and ATTM WU.
Lastly, the branch started accepting students in the academic year 2023 as “TCAS1 (Portfolio Round)” for the first time on September 9, 2022, via the website (https://entry.wu.ac.th/).