Being a pilot, teamwork is a core skill that is needed to be effective; in fact, it was part of the test in the pre-pilot selection process. At this particular point, I remembered how NIVA taught me life-essential skills to prepare for my pre-pilot selection. Student-led activities such as the prom taught me to prioritize tasks and work within a limited span of time. I still use these essential skills in my everyday life as a pilot.
Harit Phromphol (Son)
Class of 2007
Studying at NIVA changed my life by giving two essential skills: English mastery and critical thinking. With these skills in hand, I was able receive full scholarships from Universities in Japan and graduate a Valedictorian. Post graduation, I spent a year interning at WPP group (Japan), one of the world’s largest advertising companies, from whom I also received a job offer.
Jidapa Prayoonrat (Jan)
Class of 2008
Marketing Director at Double Pine Co., Ltd.
Without the English foundation that NIVA had laid, my company will not be where it is today. I’ve used my English mostly with customers, though as a director, I also had to deal with partners. It’s not just about speaking English, but speaking it professionally. People would not have trusted me, if I didn’t have the right words, pronunciation, etc.