FACTS & FIGURES

Factsheet on Student Exchange Program

Website:

 

http://global.kmutt.ac.th/ http://global.kmutt.ac.th/academics/exchange-programs/inbound-exchange-student (Incoming Exchange Student).
Contact details:

 

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT).

The International Affairs Office (IA).

126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang Mod, Thung Khru, Bangkok, 10140 Thailand Phone: +66 2470 8359, +66 2470 8342, +66 2470 8344 Fax: +66 2470 8346

E-mail: orginter@mail.kmutt.ac.th (preferable) orginter@kmutt.ac.th

Language of

Instruction:

 

English for international students.

Visit:http://global.kmutt.ac.th/ http://global.kmutt.ac.th/academics/exchange-programs/inbound-exchange-student to view undergraduate courses and respective course description).

Language requirements (TOEFL,IELTS, other):Be proficient in English.

(English standard score is an advantage, if not, a recommendation letter certifying the ability to communicate fluently in English is acceptable. An interview may be requested).

Term dates for the academic year:

 

The 1st Semester: 3rd week of August – 4th week of December

The 2nd Semester: 3rd week of January – 5th week of May

Summer Semester: 4th week of June – 2nd week of August

Due date of application:

 

The 1st Semester entry:  10th June

The 2nd Semester entry:  31st October

Summer Semester entry: 10th  April

Exams:

 

The 1st  Semester:

Mid-term   – 1st  week of October to 2nd week of October /

Final – 2nd  week of December – 3rd week of December

The 2nd Semester:

Mid-term   – 2nd week of March to 3rd week of March /

Final  – 3rd week of May  to 5th week of May

Marks

Transmission:

Takes about a month after the end of each semester.
Accommodation:

(website address)

KMUTT Heliconia House (On-campus housing: a hotel service based) http://www.heliconiahouse.kmutt.ac.th

About USD 500+ per month excl. electricity and water supply.

Off campus housing cost:

 

About USD 200+ per month excl. deposit (varies depending upon a type of housing and consumption on electricity and water supply).
Living costs:About USD 300 / month (varies depending upon students’ lifestyle).
Visa requirements:

 

http://global.kmutt.ac.th/admissions/international/how-to-get-visa

Students are required to travel with Student Visa, formally known as Non-Immigrant Visa Education (Non-ED).

Facilities:

 

Learning Spaces, a medical unit, a state of the art library, 24 hrs. service of Computer Center, on-campus dormitory, canteen, cafeterias, and convenience stores.
Other comments:Bank, ATM, etc. The Hub as a one stop service and IA Service Team, are a joint team to facilitate international students.

There may be other things you want to know, feel free to ask us at orginter@mail.kmutt.ac.th