1. Applicant Requirements
1.1 Applicants must have completed high school or passed an equivalent high school standard test or be currently in their final year of high school (Grade 12 in the US system or Year 13 in the British system).
1.2 Applicants must achieve the prescribed minimum score in any one of the following English Proficiency tests:
- TOEFL (Paperbased) not lower than 550 or
- TOEFL (Internetbased) not lower than 79 or
- IELTS not lower than 6.5 or
- CU-TEP not lower than 80
1.3 Applicants must also achieve the prescribed minimum score in any one of the following:
- CU-AAT (Verbal) not lower than 400 or
- Old SAT (Critical Reading) not lower than 400 or
- New SAT not lower than 450 or
- (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing)
- ACT (English Section) not lower than 18
All scores pertaining to 1.2 and 1.3 must not be older than 2 years by the application date.
1.4 All applicants must have a history of good behavior and agree to abide strictly by existing and future University regulations, codes and policies.
The Bachelor of Arts in Language and Culture International Programme is authorized to admit up to ten (10) qualified applicants.
3. Application Package
Applicants must complete the application form in full and ensure that all information given is true and correct. All application forms must be accompanied by the following:
- A two-inch (2") photograph
- Academic transcript(s)
- Copies of exam results as specified in items 1.2 and 1.3
- Statement of Purpose in English, 100-200 words
- A copy of the applicant’s passport
- Enrolment certificate (only for those who have not yet fulfilled all requirements for a high school diploma/certificate)
4. Evaluation Criteria
All applicants with a completed application package will be evaluated for admission on the basis of the criteria and test scores as outlined in 1 above as well as on the result of the oral interview.
In order to be eligible to enrol at Chulalongkorn University, applicants must have successfully completed an upper secondary or high school education. Applicants who have graduated from international schools in Thailand that have been accredited by the Ministry of Education may use their school transcript or diploma. In all other cases, they need to obtain an equivalent certificate from the Ministry of Education.
About the School
Thailand’s first institution of higher learning officially came into being in March 1917. The groundwork and preparation, however, took place more than a century ago. The worldwide economic, social an ... Read More