The World Bank study abroad project (SWAP) is one of the largest, most rigorous, and most innovative international student studies programs in the world.
SWAP is currently under construction in Thailand, where it is planned to serve about 5,000 students a year.
According to SWAP, the project aims to “strengthen the capacity of Thai institutions to support and educate international students in their studies.”
Thailand currently has more than 4,500 international students, with more than 1,500 studying abroad each year.
To date, SWAP has trained about 2,500 students and is currently preparing another 1,000.
The program aims to improve access to higher education, reduce barriers to learning, increase knowledge transfer, and increase collaboration between Thai institutions and the international community.
The World University Rankings are based on the percentage of international students who graduate from undergraduate programs, the percentage who enter university with a bachelor’s degree, and the percentage with a master’s degree.
For the World University Ranking 2017, we looked at the global ranking of all of the major research universities in a country.
To get a sense of how the country stacks up, we compared the rankings from SWAP with the U.S. rankings, which are based largely on the number of international graduates per faculty.
The U.K., Germany, Canada, France, Italy, and Spain all rank highly in international education, and Hong Kong and Taiwan have the lowest rankings.
The top-ranked universities in Thailand are the National University of Singapore, National University Hong Kong, and National University Taipei.
Overall, the United Kingdom, China, and India have the highest international student population in the World, and their numbers are increasing.
In the U of S, there are currently about 9,000 international students and the number is expected to increase to about 11,000 by 2019.
In contrast, China is projected to have about 9 million international students by 2019, up from about 6 million at the beginning of this year.
The University of Hong Kong has about 8,400 international students.
Overall in the U, the number and share of international education is projected increase to 12 percent in 2019.
Meanwhile, the U-19 international student numbers are projected to decline by about 4 percent.
The global number of students studying abroad in 2019 is expected be about 12.5 million.
With the projected increase in international students worldwide, the global total number of foreign students studying in Thailand will increase from roughly 6 million to nearly 13 million by 2019 according to the World Bank.
For those looking to learn more about the WorldBank’s international student study program, the following resources can be of use: For more information about the SWAP project, read the World Urban University Study Abroad Report 2017, available here.