International STEM Degree programs at Thai universities
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
While the most studied areas at Thai universities are social studies and humanities (which include business administration as the no. 1 topic), nobody really knows where these graduates might be needed. What the Thai economy desperately needs to develop are graduates in STEM fields - science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. From marketing alone, no economy can exist - and that says a lot about the future options of all these graduates, in any country of the world.
The term STEM appears ever more often in the press, and it is a major point of competitiveness in national job markets. MBA programs were the big money-makers for universities in the past - they don't need more than a room, a lecturer, and a book. No laboratories, no expensive and quickly out-dating equipment, and not difficult to succeed for a student. But we are reaching the time when everybody has an MBA already. So where is the 'unique selling proposition' of the graduate then?
STEM fields have far-reaching implications, far beyond the job market chances of an individual. They determine to which universities tax-payers' money goes, influence national security concerns, and even determine immigration policies in many countries.
If you want a quite sure career path into your future, consider a STEM degree program. You'll be on the safe side.