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Stamford International University signs MOU with L’Oreal (Thailand) Ltd.

     From left to right: Anurak Chachavalpongpun (Assistant Young Talent Acquisition Manager, L’Oréal Thailand), Colin A. Pinto (Associate Dean- Faculty of Business and Technology), Dr. Andrew Scown (President of Stamford International University), Manusrudee Suwannarat (HR Director of L’Oreal Thailand), Shrimoyee Mukherjee (Director of Marketing Program) and Siriwan Chatpipatkul (Head of Retail Development of L’Oreal Thailand).

     On the 2nd March 2017, Stamford International University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with L’Oreal (Thailand) Ltd at Stamford’s Asoke Campus Learning Centre. Stamford's President, Dr Andrew Scown, signed on behalf of the university at the ceremony. 

     The MOU allows for co-branding and collaboration between L’Oreal and is targeted specifically for the university’s BBA Marketing, Retail Management minor. Working together in this way is of mutual benefit to all, as students get hands-on experience of real world situations and will graduate ‘work ready’ with the knowledge and skill-sets desired by employers, and L’Oreal will be able to benefit from the strong capability of the Stamford students as they work collectively and collaboratively on real-life, real-time work related activities.

L’Oreal will work together with Stamford Faculty in developing appropriate industry related academic activities relevant to the students’ academic program. Such an excellent partnership supports Stamford greatly as the university continues its mission to produce employable graduates whose attributes match and exceed the requirements of international business and global labour markets. Stamford and L’Oreal will also work together in a variety of other industry related aspects such as projects, research and training.

Connections and collaborations with internationally renowned industry leaders such as L’Oreal are one of Stamford core pillars. Stamford believes that by working with industry partners, students gain vital exposure and experience that allows them to assess what potential careers would be like, while also giving them the practical skills that will make them essential in the workplace.    

Dr Andrew Scown, Stamford’s President, said, “Stamford works closely with industry leaders such as L’Oreal to maximise student employability and strong graduate outcomes. We strive to offer job-relevant education and industry collaborations like this are of immense mutual benefit for all concerned.  At Stamford we provide an innovative learning experience which focuses on student-centred teaching with interactive learning in an international environment. A strong academic grounding at Stamford, as well as the attainment of an internationally recognized, industry-relevant degree, provides for high quality graduates who achieve great career success on their graduation from our University.”
      “For L’Oreal, this collaboration not only supports Thai education but also helps nurture future workforce to be successful in today’s dynamic business environment. We believe that our expertise as an international leading beauty company can provide essential practical skills and real world working exposure to Stamford’s students.” Ms. Manusrudee Suwannarat, Human Resources Director, L’Oréal (Thailand) Ltd., said.
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About Stamford International University

Stamford International University has campuses at Rama 9, Asoke and Hua Hin, serving students from more than 100 countries. Approximately 70% of Stamford faculty members are international from countries including the USA, UK, France, Germany, and many more.

Stamford became a member of the Laureate International Universities network in 2012 to enhance global resources and opportunities for students. Laureate is the largest global network of degree-granting higher education institutions, with more than one million students enrolled across more than 70 institutions in 25 countries at more than 200 campuses and online.

Stamford International University offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in International, Bilingual, and Thai programs, covering fields of study including business, hospitality management, communication arts, creative media design, information technology and public administration.  

To learn more, visit www.stamford.edu
About L’Oréal Thailand
L’Oréal Thailand is a branch of the world’s leading beauty company and manages 21 international brands across four divisions;
  • Consumer Products Division: L’Oréal Paris, Garnier, Maybelline New York and NYX Professional Makeup
  • Luxe Division: Lancôme, Biotherm, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Cacharel, Guy Laroche, Kiehl's, Shu Uemura, Victor & Rolf, Diesel, Yves Saint Laurent, Urban Decay and Clarisonic
  • Products Division: L’Oréal Professionnel and Kérastase
  • Active Cosmetic Division: La Roche-Posay and Vichy
To learn more, visit www.lorealthailand.com