Bangkok is home to approximately 12 million people. This sophisticated city is the political, social and economic center of Thailand. Its vibrancy attracts professionals from all over the world. Situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok's cosmopolitan skyline, blending modern office towers and historic religious shrines, expresses the adeptness of the Thai people to fuse the old with the new.
Webster University's Bangkok Center is conveniently located in the commercial heart of Bangkok near the Chidlom BTS skytrain station. From that starting point, students in the Global MA programs can visit important sites in Bangkok and the rest of Thailand.
As a top financial and political hub of Southeast Asia, Bangkok is an ideal place to learn about international affairs, including border issues and refugees. Students are encouraged to join the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand and can attend lectures at some of Thailand's leading universities.
Dr. Briggs is the Coordinator of the Master of Arts in International Relations in Thailand, where he teaches IR at the undergraduate and master's levels. A graduate of the George Washington University School of Law and Creighton University School of Law, Professor Briggs has been a legislative assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. After serving as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in southern Thailand, he was regional legal coordinator for the United Nations Development Program in Thailand. Most recently, he worked in the U.S. State Department's Afghanistan Justice Sector Support Program.
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