Pattrabhorn Song

Study Abroad Coordinator

Pattra was born in Bangkok, the vibrant capital of Thailand. She spent most of her childhood reading about culture and history, and wishing to see the world outside her comfort zone.

Her interest in social science led her to enroll at the Faculty of Law of Thammasat University, where she gathered a deeper understanding of political science and international law. During her bachelor’s studies, she explored the world by traveling and participating in different study programs in Europe, which she still considers to be her most valuable experience and memories years later.

Shortly before her graduation, she volunteered at a local NGO and had the opportunity to work with international students during their exchange semester. Seeing how these international academic experiences can impact her and others’ personal development, she decided to search for a new career path that would allow her to be a part of creating memorable travel and learning experiences for students from different disciplines and backgrounds. To gain more international experience, she moved to Germany to complete her Master’s degree in business through a collaboration program between Steinbeis University (Germany) and Post University (USA).

While completing her Master’s, Pattra completed an internship at a small private university where she gained her first international working experience assisting groups of students and scholars from across the world during their visits to Germany. This experience confirmed her decision to switch to the tourism sector which eventually led her to CEPA. With her passion for travel and strong belief in its impact on personal development, she looks forward to assisting in creating a unique and memorable program for you and your students’ needs

Thai is her native language, but she is fluent in English and can communicate at an upper-intermediate level German.

Phone +49(0)7142 9565 61


My favorite quote or advice:

“Life is What Happens To You While You’re Busy Making Other Plans.” — John Lennon