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Donations for scholarships given by the PSO are fully tax exempt.  Additionally, to mark the interest of its longtime supporter and past President, the late Walter Beach, in Asia and in the importance of language studies, the society from time to time gives a scholarship for students who have studied English and who would benefit from additional studies in the United States.  PSO maintains editorial offices in Manila, Hong Kong, and Bangkok.

If you have questions about giving to support PSO through charitable annuities, remainder trusts or other devices, offering attractive tax benefits, contact the PSO President, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Applications are handled on an individual basis with inquiry first, and the applicant must be sufficiently conversant in spoken English to benefit from an American experience and additional study, evidencing besides an interest in American English, an interest in American society and culture as a focus of English studies. Tuition in an advanced English program or university graduate studies along with medical care, transportation, and a living stipend are a part of the grant, and preference is given to those displaying an additional interest in the activities of NGOs and learned societies, such as the Policy Studies Organization, and the extension of NGOs in Thailand, especially those with a program related to scholarly publications. Work experience and an interest in contributing to the development of Thai education is taken into account.  Inquiries should go to Daniel Gutierrez, PSO Executive Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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