Director of British Council Thailand
Andrew Glass has been with British Council for 30 years. Before he moved to Thailand, he worked alongside multinational colleagues in eight countries; namely Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Germany, UK, Serbia/Montenegro and Kuwait.
A genuine believer in how cultural and educational relations bring people and countries closer together, Andrew has catalysed positive changes everywhere he has worked. Since he moved to Thailand in 2014, he has been working closely with the public and private sectors to create opportunities for people by raising levels of English, internationalising higher education and science and supporting the creative economy in Thailand.
He has a Bachelor’s Degree in German & Politics from Bristol University, during which time he spent a year at Konstanz University in Germany. He has an MA in Applied Linguistics/Teaching English from Aston University and a Diploma in Management from Henley Management School (University of Reading).
Andrew was appointed Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2012 UK New Year's Honours List.