The university’s curriculum, using the American semester credit hour system, features abroad range of subjects. Among them, Business Administration, Management and Information Technology are the most popular. The university offer more than 37 programs at undergraduate and graduate levels. Currently there are more than 40 programs each in the fields for Business and IT.
Who can Apply?1. Applicants with any of the following qualifications are eligible to apply:
- High School Transcript and Graduation Diploma
- I.G.C.S.E./G.C.S.E./G.C.E. “O” level graduation diploma then at least 5 subjects and GCE ‘A’ Level or GCE ‘AS’ Level at least 3 subjects, 8 subjects in total with grade no less than “C” Cannot be repeated in the same level.
- GED Transcript and Diploma then at least 4 subjects with scores no less than 145, total scores no less than 580.
- IB certificate at least 5 subjects with grades no less than 4.
- Certificate of Education and statement of results, which are issued by the Australian Qualifications Framework for the applicants who have graduated from Australia.
- Other equivalent certificates or diploma, as authorized by the Ministry of Education
Optional Test Scores
- TOEFL score of 60 (IBT) / 500 (PBT) or above with a validity of 2 years.
- IELTS score of 5.0 and above in overall bands with a validity of 2 years.
- SAT 1 (Mathematics) score of 500 or above with validity of 2 years.
- SAT 1 (Reading and Writing) score of 600 or above with a validity of 2 years.
Document Required1. One copy of High School Certificate or Diploma or any other equivalent qualification as authorized by the respective country’s Ministry of Education or other assigned government agency, which must be translated to English, if issued in any other language and be confirmed by their own government’s appropriate Ministry or Embassy or issued in English by the school that issued the graduation record, diploma, or transcript. 2. One copy of High School Transcripts (Translated to English and get certified by their own Embassy or issued in English by their high school or equivalent graduated school. 3. Copy of passport for foreign applicants and one copy of Identification Card and residence registration for Thai students. 4. One 3 X 4 cm. photo. 5. A copy of a name/surname change certificate, if applicable, issued by appropriate authority in English.
Application Process1. Submission of Application Applications must be submitted through our online application form or via email by sending required documents to one of our services. Also provide us your desirable faculty and major you would like to study. Once your application has been registered we will send you a confirmation email
(email@example.com.)2. Operation Fees An invoice for the first term fees will be attached to the acceptance letter, listing payment and bank details. 3. Acceptance Letter As soon as a payment has been made, Assumption University will be confirmed the applicants. Upon admissions to the university will be issued a Letter of Acceptance. The acceptance letter will send via email. If the original letter is required for a visa application, the documents will be delivered to your country or any other destination via DHL. 4. Visa Application Process Before starting the admission process, please make sure you are aware of the whole visa application process in your country. You can read more about visa matters under on the link or contact the Office of the University Registration. Students may also contact the nearest Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate for more details. The visa processing time varies from country to country. Hence, students are recommended to apply as early as possible.Handbook for visa 5. Accommodations When it come to an accommodation to rent is considered affordable price. Also there are many option to choose from. If you do not already have your purpose of an accommodation situation settled, AU will assist new students find and reserve accommodation. You can read more about to accommodation.here 6. Air port pick up New students are recommended to arrive 10 days prior. AU offers a free pick-up service to students who arrive during the official pick-up period. 7. Apply and Placement Test All applicants must submit original documents from your highest qualification (high school, college, university) and are required to take placement test in English and/or Mathematics on the application date. 8. Registration and Induction Program Students are required to registration for course and Induction Program is to help new students adjust and feel comfortable in the new environment, inculcate in them the ethos and culture of the institution, help them build bonds with other students and faculty members, and expose them to a sense of larger purpose and self exploration.
Foundation Course and Intensive Course PolicyApplicants who are not exempted from placement tests or have not obtained exempting scores in the placement tests are required to take intensive courses to improve their knowledge for preparation to study in the University, improve English skills, review Mathematics comprehension and other subjects, concerning with the faculty / major which the applicant has applied for.
- Assumption University English Entry Course
It is 90-hour course.
- Intensive Mathematics Course
It is divided into 2 levels: 15-hour course and 60-hour course.
Placement depends on results of the Mathematics placement test.
- Other Intensive Courses
Other Intensive Courses are French, Chinese, Japanese, Physics, Chemistry, Creative Communication, Drawing, or Theory of Music. Selection of courses depends on the applicants’ academic performance and faculty/department applied for.
When applicants have successfully completed intensive course(s), Assumption University will examine the results of the intensive course(s) and place the applicants to the appropriate classes for the following semester.
Transfer Student Requirements1. Should have at least a GPA of 2.00 out of 4.00 scale; 2. Diplomas of any sort do not qualify. 3. The institution must have at least a standard 4-year degree completion. 4. The course was completed at an institution accredited by the Civil Service Commission; 5. The course content is equivalent to that specified in the University’s curriculum; 6. The course must have been taken within 5 years from the time of application; Only a course with an earned grade of “C” or higher in a general education course or an earned grade of “B” or higher in a professional core course will be considered as transfer credit depending on the dean’s final approval; Transferred credits are not allowed to be more than half of the total credits of the desired program. In accordance with the Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation’s regulations. You can apply to transfer credit by completing the Transfer form and attaching official transcript and course description in English. The transfer fee will be charged based on actual credit rate (@ 1 credit)
Remark: Process at least 3 weeks after completed documents and Admission officer will confirm with you via email or mobile phone.
The Dean judgment is final and all documents to the university will not be retuned to the student.
Visa Application ProcessBefore starting the admission process, please make sure you are aware of the whole visa application process in your country. You can read more about visa matters under the Visa section or contact the Office of the University Registrar. Students may also contact the nearest Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate for more details. The visa processing time varies from country to country. Hence, students are recommended to apply as early as possible. Information for visa
Accommodation & FAQ
The University provides separate dormitory facilities for both male and female undergraduate students on campus on a twin share basis. The Three Dormitories are: King Solomon Hall, Queen of Sheba Hall and King David Hall.
Room TypeTriple 3 persons per room 3,500 bath per persons Quadruple 4 persons per room 3,500 bath per persons Standard 2 persons per room 4,000 bath per persons Balcony 2 persons per room (with large balcony) 4,500 bath per persons
Who can stay in the Residence Halls?
Students can stay in the residence hall for one academic year, excluding the summer session. All students must move out at the end of the academic year. If any student would like to stay on for another academic year, he will be required to submit a special request. This is to allow all students to have an equal chance to stay at the residence hall. All Assumption University students have an opportunity to stay at the residence halls depending on the number of available rooms. Students are given priority according to the following categories: 1. students whose courses (or most of them) are located at Suvarnabhumi Campus. 2. International students and 3. students whose homes are in the provinces.
Why stay in the Residence Halls?
The objective of the residence halls is to foster appropriate “campus life” which includes both student residents and commuting students. The AU Residence Hall is not merely a place to rest and sleep but is a place filled with facilities, proper security, and architectural beauty that will enable students to learn and acquire knowledge. In addition, there are residence hall advisors who are able to help and advise students with any problems that they may have. Overall, these factors contribute to a residence hall of high standard and allow students to manage their time effectively in order to develop themselves mentally and emotionally. The reason for the creation of residence halls is not to obtain profit but the money obtained from residence fees is to foster effective service and an appropriate atmosphere. Therefore, the university has decided on a residence fee of 3,500 Baht per person per month. In addition, the student pays electricity, water, and damage deposit fees. Damage deposit fees will be returned to the student at the contract termination period.
What will you find at the Residence Halls?
The residence halls are open 24 hours a day. However, student residents who will not be spending the night at the residence halls need to notify the residence hall staff in advance since residence hall staff will check the number of student residents every night. Only student residents are allowed to enter the residence halls. There will be a security check before students can enter the residence halls. Security guards are available 24 hours a day. To ensure the safety of student residents, there are smoke detectors and sprinklers in every room (students will not be allowed to smoke in their rooms and in the corridors) and fire escapes, emergency lights, and a 24-hour closed circuit television monitoring system. The rules and regulations of the AU residence halls are related to the philosophy and objectives of the university. We would like to emphasize a positive and safe environment in order to foster self-discipline and responsibility and to help students to develop themselves mentally and emotionally. Overall, rules and regulations have been established since the University has a responsibility to parents for their children. All rooms are double rooms and it is recommended that students apply in pairs. If a student does not have a roommate, then the residence hall staff will find a roommate for him or her.
In order to ensure the safety of all students, all students who bring their friends into the residence halls are requested to ask their friends to sign in/sign out. However, male student residents will not be able to enter the rooms of the female student residents and vice versa. To prevent fire hazards and other problems, students are not allowed to bring electrical appliances such as irons, rice cookers, microwaves, kettles, and electrical stoves. Students may make use of the kitchens, laundry services, and the mini marts available in the residence halls.
What will you need to bring?
The residence halls already have all the necessary items except for bed sheets, pillowcases, blankets, and towels. Students are requested to bring the above items themselves. Students may also purchase these items at the AU bookstore.
Each room has the following conveniences
- Two 3.5′ x 6.5′ size beds including a mattress and a pillow. Students should bring their own bed sheets, pillow cases, and blankets; or they can be purchased at the book store.
- Two closet and shoe cabinets
- Two desks and chairs
- A direct-line telephone
- A water heater
- A pair of on-line connections for computer internet access
- An air-conditioner
- A 2.1 cubic foot refrigerator
- A 21″ color television with UBC (21 channels)
- A smoke detector
The services available are the following
- Weekly room cleaning
- Public telephones (coin & card) accommodating both domestic and international calls. Fax and xerox machines are also available.
- 24 – hour security guard service for the residents’ convenience
- Pay-per-use water purifying machines
- Soft drink vending machines
- A A mini-mart, a lounge, a kitchen, a fitness room, and a recreation hall.
- A 20-bed medical center complete with qualified nurses, and doctor services at the “Primary care center”.
Support facilities in the Residence Halls
Apart from the facilities provided in the rooms, there is a fitness gym, a games room, a soccer field, tennis courts, basketball courts, and volleyball courts for students. In addition, there is a mini-mart and laundry service. In the future, there will be a plaza in front of the resident halls, which will contain restaurants and other services. There is a cleaning service (once per week) for all rooms. All students should clean their rooms regularly every day to ensure their own physical and mental health. In addition, residence halls staff provide cleaning of all common areas, garbage disposal, 24-hour repair service, and 24-hour medical emergency service.
Contact Information: Suvarnabhumi Campus Service Hours: Mon – Sat (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) Location: 2nd Floor, King David Hall Telephone: 02-7232222 ext 5298 Fax: 02-7232222 ext 6297 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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