Meet Our Alumni

Voices from some of our alumni

1st cohort alumni – siang


Field Instructor at a U.S. Comapny
"This four-month program inspired me to become a lifelong learner. It motivated me to know things that I used to ignore before. The most important thing is that it built my confidence so that I am ready to face my new chapter in life. And I will always be proud of myself for being a graduate of Parami."
1st cohort alumni – phyo zaw

Phyo Zaw

Auditor at Yoma Bank
"I now have the ability to view and analyse the issues from different perspectives and angles. I can apply these skills which I learned from Parami in my work place. Furthermore, I will utilize them whenever necessary in my lifelong pursuit of knowledge."
1st cohort alumni – sai k

Sai K

Auditor at Yoma Bank
"Parami taught me and other students to be responsible citizens of the country, in terms of not being ignorant of the world and its issues. Skills like critical thinking can be used in further research, no matter what we do in the future."
1st cohort alumni – than toe aung

Than Toe Aung

Research Assistant to Timothy Simonson (Ph.D. Candidate, SOAS)
"The most important thing I learned at Parami is science. Coming from a background of political science, there are a lot of things that are best explained by science, which I can relate back to my own field of study. Studying science and evolution theory helps me understand politics so much better."
1st cohort alumni – kyi nu san

Kyi Nu San

Relationship Manage at CB Bank
"I chose Parami because I was certain that this institute would help my future studies and my career. Moreover, the teaching style is special and better than the other institutes in Yangon and I really like that."
1st cohort alumni – sumyat

Su Myat Moe

Development Office at Parami Institute
"I have learned that I should never stop learning. I should always be ready to learn new things that I come across in life. I should never set boundaries for any kind of knowledge."
1st cohort alumni – arkar

Htet Arkar Kyaw

Project Manager at Kyaw Imperial Enterprise | Business Development Manager at Shwe Pwint Hlwar Gold and Jewelry
"I believe that the skills I have learned from Parami will support me in my future of lifelong learning. The most important thing I have learned at Parami is a combination of reading, writing and critical thinking skills."
1st cohort alumni – chan mg aye

Chan Maung Aye

School Coordinator Assistant at The Khayay School
"The great lesson I have learned is that we must push the limits of ourselves to improve further. I will directly use the skills I have learned by working at an organization such as UNDP."
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May Thant Cyn

Parliamentarian Assistant of Daw Thet Thet Khine, Parliamentarian
"I learned that it is as hard as it is important to listen. Accepting when others have different opinions from you is also a valuable lesson."