In the first week of April, the Class of 2026 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, went on a field trip to the elephant camp in town. The trip was joined by four Parami undergraduate students, Learning Facility Coordinator, and Parami staff. They had an opportunity to get a look at the elephants' daily lives and interact with them. They did bamboo rafting and cruising along the river in the camp.
The trip is a part of our university's on-ground activity to bring students together and create a sense of belonging while they are studying at Parami University online. See the photos of their activities below:
As Parami undergraduate students are from different regions, the Parami student support team has traveled to meet with undergraduate students now at learning hubs. The team has organized in-person activities to enhance student collaboration, networking, and engagement while studying at Parami University.
Parami undergraduate program, Class of 2026, features 57 students from Myanmar, Thailand, and Kenya. Students can receive residential support at learning hubs or use computer and internet facilities at learning facilities located across Myanmar and Thailand, operated through partnerships with community educational institutions and supporters. Parami now provides two learning hubs in Mandalay and Taunggyi, Myanmar, and two learning facilities in Yangon, Myanmar, and Chiang Mai, Thailand. In addition, three of our students in Kenya are supported through a learning hub provided by Bard College.