Bucks UTC students get ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity to travel to Thailand through Turing Scheme in association of World City Links. This trip aims to develop ‘Global Britain’ by supporting UK organisations from higher education, vocational education, in giving students life-changing experience to study abroad. Computing students experience research and development in the major IT manufacturing hub in Bangkok Thailand.


The primary purpose of this is to learn new skills, improve your CV and Employability. Work as a global team. Bangkok is the home to many multi national digital companies that supply 60% of the world’s Hard Drive. The Head Quarters of Seagate, Western Digital will be visited. The plant where they manufacture  portable disks, USB flash drives, memory cards and readers, internal drives and MP3 players to say just a few!

Seagate Western Digital


Few cities light up the senses as viscerally as Bangkok. It’s both full of culture and fun. A vast informal economy teeming with food stalls and  friendly people. The programme has an array of  daily actives including the river cruise, site seeing the stunning temples, Wat Arun and Pho that resemble mountains.  Going to visit an elephant sanctuary, learning that in Thai culture celebrates the elephant as symbol of fortune.

wat arun


Siam Technology college is central in Bangkok and aims to provide students with both academic and professional skills to keep pace with rapidly changing technology. Opening educational services in a wide range of fields, taking into account the actual needs of the business/industry sector.  The college  connects the real world of education and the world of work to meet the increasingly diverse needs of society.

Siam Tech College

Fantastic Thai Cultural Heritage Experience

Bucks UTC learners and staff had a fantastic time @Siam_Technological_College today. We learned to cook Spicy Prawn Soup (Tom Yum Goon), danced to the Long Drum (Klong Yau) and practiced Muay Thai (Thai Boxing).  Everyone was so welcoming, and it was a privilege to get to…

Amazing Reception @ Siam Technological College

Bucks UTC learners experienced a very warm welcome today by Siam Technological College leaners and staff. We enjoyed getting to know our fellow peers and learning about Thailand’s culture and language. Learners from both Colleges teamed up for a cultural video project and everyone is…

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