Qantas offers students in Thailand English summer courses in Australia

General Press Releases Monday December 25, 2017 15:23
Bangkok--25 Dec--On 3 Communication

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission, in cooperation with Qantas Airways, Thai International Education Consultants Association (TIECA), Federation of Education and Language Consultant Associations (FELCA) and AIS, is offering English summer courses to students in Thailand ages 9-18 years old to study English in a Native-English speaking environment between March and May 2018, as well as explore various Australia destinations.

Six Australian educational institutions are participating in the program, including South Australia Government School (Adelaide), Canterbury College (Brisbane), Imagine Education Australia (Gold Coast), Holmes Institute (Melbourne), NSW Government Schools (Sydney), and Sydney College of English (Sydney).

Tuition fee ranges from 148,000-185,000 baht per student, inclusive of the Qantas economy return air ticket, shared accommodation, airport transfer, transportation between schools, excursion costs, meals, certificates, group accident & medical health insurance, visa processing, the hosting of Thai officers escorting the students and the orientation seminar prior to their departure.

The tuition fees do not cover passport processing and personal expenses such as telephones calls, internet, Australia SIM cards, excess baggage fees and others.
Participating students are provided with additional 10kg excess baggage allowance on top of the existing 30kg limits when flying economy fare Bangkok-Australia return.
Economy class passengers can enjoy onboard more than 500 entertainment options, including movies, TV programs, music titles, radio programs and a great selection of games.

On return flights to Bangkok, participants may opt for four meals, of which the fourth exclusive meal can be pre-ordered online through 'Select on Q Eat service' at 'Manage Your Booking' on Pre-ordered meals can be changed between seven days and 12 hours prior to departure.

Students and parents can obtain additional information at, or contact the Australian Trade and Investment Commission at 02 696 4835 or email or contact Qantas office at 02 632 6611.

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