I've got one from an Aussie Uni. I did some courses on history, economics, politics. Unfortunately a lot of the Asian courses are focused on India, China, Japan, and to a very limited extent, SEA. It was fun though, because I was able to read some books which I would not have been able to find in my country. Not banned, just ... unavailable. : The fun bit was actually being able to access the library - it's supposed to be the biggest library in the southern hemisphere. Unfortunately they didn't have a lot of books about Thailand - just the SEA region. I also did 3 years of Thai language. The classes also involved learning Thai culture. It was hard because I couldn't find many people to practice with. There were quite a lot of Thais in my uni but very few had the patience to explain simple Thai to me. I also did Biblical Hebrew for 2 years but I barely passed it. The grammar's worse than Thai. Really. So there you have it. Three years of Asian Studies in uni before coming to Thailand to get a really good dose of Asian-ness.