For academic eligibility for admission to degree courses, applicants are expected to have satisfactorily completed secondary school (cumulative 12 years of schooling).
The academic criteria for admission to degree courses for residents of Thailand are based on the satisfactory completion of secondary school and the achievement of the Matriculation Certificate (M6) from an accredited school with a cumulative gradepoint average equivalent of at least 2.00 in a four point system.
International students ‘applications:
|Undergraduate Program||Graduate Program|
|English Proficiency Requirement||TOEFL (minimum score)
|IELTS (minimum score) – 5.5 or equivalent to TOEFL
-paper based 525
-Computer based 196
-Internet based 69
||Graduate from Bachelor’s degree in Education or English Language or other majors plus minimum 15 credit points of education subjects or teaching experience|
Decisions on alternative pathways to admissions are assessed by the Admissions Committee on merit. Alternative pathways to admission may include:
- Previous Qualifications: Admission may be obtained by the successful completion of an appropriate Certificate or Diploma from an approved Vocational Studies, Technical College, or specialized school.
- Mature Age: Applicants who are above 30 years of age and who may not meet the normal completion of secondary school criteria prior to the proposed entry may apply for consideration on merit. Such applicants should demonstrate a record of successful work or professional experience and obtain satisfactory results in the University Mature Age Examination or an equivalent Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Applications considered on merit require approval by the College Council.
Applicants planning to enter the University’s Freshman program may be required to take entrance examinations as specified by the faculty of his/her major field. Information regarding required examinations and procedures may be obtained from the Admissions Office.