Australia - Thailand Institute

The Australia Thailand institute aims to increase cultural awareness and understanding of Thailand in Australia and Australia in Thailand. It aims to increase knowledge of each country’s culture, values and traditions to strengthen and promote bilateral relationships.

The institute initiates and supports programs such as exchanges and visits to broaden understanding and create support of studies in each country of the other. Its aim is to broaden the awareness and understanding in Australia and Thailand of each other’s culture, values and traditions including sport.

The institute contributes to the development of people to people relationships and in doing this, expands next generation links between Thailand and Australia.

Study Adelaide

Education Adelaide is charged with developing and expanding South Australia’s share of the national education export market. We promote Adelaide as a centre of education excellence and highlight the many advantages for international students who choose to live, study and work in Adelaide.

Established in November 1998 under the Public Corporations Act, Education Adelaide reports to the Minister for Employment, Training and Further Education. The organisation grew out of the former Education Industry Development Council (EIDC), which aimed to promote and market the export potential of the state’s education industry.

The organisation’s stakeholders include key South Australian Government agencies and education providers, and Education Adelaide is committed to fostering and strengthening these ties.

In Kind Supporters

Maejo University

The Maejo University, Chiang Mai, generously supports the Norwood Volleyball Club's tour of Thailand. Located in the northern region of Thailand, Maejo University is the oldest agricultural institution in the country.

The university aims to be the foremost international institution of academic excellence in the region and to become a learning center for all people with self-reliance and dependence of Thai society.