To study abroad, you must have a signed, valid passport from your country of citizenship that will not expire for a minimum of 6 months after your planned return date. If you do not have a passport, or it's about to expire, make sure you apply or renew as soon as possible.
In order to study abroad in Thailand you need to apply for a student visa before the start of the semester. Please check the latest news and information about visas before applying for a visa at the Royal Thai Embassy website, where you can also get the required application forms and other information about the application procedure. See more detail
Health Care Insurance
If you are a student or scholar planning on traveling to pursue your education outside your home country, health insurance is a necessity. Most student visas and learning institutions require visiting foreign students be covered by a comprehensive health insurance policy. The university has provided the insurance for student, You can see detail here
Find the dormitory
The university has provided the dormitory for International student, You can check the information here.
Learning the local culture
Thai culture has many particularities, most of which the average visitor will never come across. However if you plan to live in Thailand, it is important to be aware of cultural differences and to know which blunders to avoid. Below is a list of general rules, so as to avoid uncomfortable situations with locals and enjoy more your stay. See more detail
Holidays and festivals are an essential part of Thai life and offer the visitor a valuable opportunity not only for having fun, but also for gaining an insight into various aspects of Thai culture. See thai holiday here