Kulrada Kiatkulthorn, a student reading the Master programme in the Management of Logistics and Innovation at the University of Gävle has been nominated as Global Swede. At a ceremony she was awarded a diploma and received a gift from Mikael Damberg, Swedish Minister for Enterprise and Innovation.
Kulrada Kiatkulthorn, who calls herself Tea, comes from Thailand, and aims to qualify in the Master programme in the Management of Logistics and Innovation. She has distinguished herself as an ambitious student with good results and is considered both positive and good-humoured by teachers and fellow students.
The criteria for becoming a Global Swede are that the international student distinguishes himself/herself within the field of innovation and entrepreneurship during the duration of study and that he/she is near the end of the course.
Ambassador for Sweden
As “Global Swede” Kulrada Kiatkulthorn will be a representative for Sweden in her home country and function as an ambassador for Sweden and higher education.
“Tea has direct connections to Sweden, a positive attitude and personal incentive as well as excellent study results. To sum up it is difficult to think of anybody more qualified for the title “Global Swede,” says Erik Olsson, Internationalisation specialist
“This sort of ambassador means a great deal in helping to make Sweden and the University of Gävle known abroad,” says Erik Olsson, internationalisation specialist.
For further information, please contact:Erik Olsson internationalisation specialist
Tel: 026-648628, 070- 191 38 52
Text: Douglas Öhrbom
Photo: Ove Wall
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The University of Gävle has approximately 14 500 students, more than 50 study programmes and second-cycle programmes, about 1 000 courses in humanities, social and natural sciences and technology.
Built Environment and Health-promoting Working Life are the general research profiles of the higher education institution. Important parts included are Spatial Planning with a specialisation in Sustainable Built Environment and Musculoskeletal Disorders with the purpose to prevent work-related injuries. In 2010, the higher education institution received permission to carry out third-cycle programmes in the profile area of Built Environment.
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