Study in Thailand - page 2
Hope this isn't too off topic but my daughter will be spending the spring semester in Thailand and we have so many questions. We have received or looked up a lot of information but it would be really... Read More
0Jan 14, '06 by suzanne4As for working in Thailand as an RN, and as a foreigner, you will find it extremely hard to get a license there. I do not see them adding on a licensing exam in English, same thing goes for those that wish to work in the US. They never did it in all fo the years that I lived there.
Currently, every single SE Asian country requires that a nurse take their exam in the lnaguage of the country for licensure, even goes for most European countries as well.
Hope that this clears up things for you.