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Participants should have background in foundational linguistic theory and analysis.

No less than 75% of attendance is required for a pass. Participants with a pass will be granted a certificate of successful completion of training.

People from certain countries/territories can stay in Thailand for a period between 2 weeks and 3 months without visa. This includes ASEAN member countries, some European and Latin American countries, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, New Zealand, South Korea, etc.

Visa on Arrival valid for 15 days is issued for people from certain countries/territories e.g. China, India, Taiwan, etc.

For a full list of the countries/territories and the number of days allowed on their Visa on Arrival, please check the link below.

Documents required for Visa on Arrival

  • Passport or travel document with validity of no less than 6 months

  • Visa application form completely filled out (available at the airport)

  • Arrival/ Departure card (mostly provided by the airline you are travelling with)

  • One recent photograph (4 x 6 cm.) of the applicant

  • Confirmed return ticket within a period of 15 days from the arrival date

  • Evidence of adequate finance (10,000 baht per person and 20,000 baht per family)

  • Visa fee (2000 baht)

For more detailed information, please check the link below.

The cheapest way is to take the Airport Rail Link from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phaya Thai Station. A single journey costs 45 baht and takes around 26 minutes. From Phaya Thai station you can change to the Bangkok Train Service (BTS) which is adjacent to the Airport Rail Link and travel to your desired location along the BTS routes. You can also walk down from the station and grab a taxi.

A more expensive way would be to take a taxi from the airport which is available at gates 4 and 7 on the first floor of the airport. In the link below, a destination card with Thai translation is provided here. You may want to show the card to the taxi driver.

For more information regarding transportation from the airport, please follow the link below.

The courses will be held in Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building (MCS), Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University. The building is located on the right side of the Henry Dunant Rd and can be easily reached from BTS (Siam station) and MRT (Sam Yan station).

BTS (Siam station)

MRT (Sam Yan station)

A walk from Siam BTS Station to the venue takes only 10 minutes along Henry Dunant Rd.  The venue is on the right side of the road next to Patumwan Demonstration School. There are also University shuttle buses that will take you right to the campus. Once you arrive at Siam BTS station area, the shuttle bus stop is located in front of Lido Theatre (Exit 2 from the BTS platform). Take shuttle bus No. 1. Once the bus enters the university campus, get off at the second bus stop or ask students or the driver of the bus to help you.

Sam Yan MRT station is right next to the university. It is only a 10-minute walk to the venue. To arrive on campus, go through Chamchuri Square (Exit 2). Exit the building at its backside. You will see a small campus gate to your right. Please consult The University map how to get to the venue.

If you stay close to the campus, taking a taxi can be another option. The fare starts from 35 baht. Having the destination written in Thai should make it easier to reach the venue. Please be reminded that traffic during rush hours is critically heavy. Please click here for the map.

University shuttle buses are available for everyone free of charge from 7.00 – 19.00. There are 5 numbers of buses moving around the campus in different routes.

For the route of each bus number, please visit this link.

On Saturday, only Bus No. 1 and Bus No. 2 are available.

No shuttle bus service on Sunday.

If you ask us to book the lodging, we will book a room at our CU iHouse for you. We only book double rooms with twin beds which cost 900 baht per night. Our Facebook page will be available for roommate search. Accommodation fee should be paid directly to the accommodation authorities when you check in.

If you want to find the lodging yourself, here are some places near the campus:

For the range between 500 baht – 1,000 baht per night

Thrive The Hostel – Patpong by The Belle: around 500 baht per night

Red lips Hostel: around 700 baht per night

Everyday Bangkok Hostel: around 800 baht per night

For the range between 1,000 baht – 2,000 baht per night

Take A Nap (Hostel): around 1,000 baht per night

Asia Hotel Bangkok: around 1,700 baht per night

Ibis Bangkok Siam Hotel: around 2,000 baht per night

Please note that the list above is not exhaustive and is provided here only for your convenience. We do not have any connection with the places and are not responsible for anything relating them.

Only lunch and tea breaks will be provided during the course. Breakfast and dinner are not included in the registration fee.

For breakfast, we recommend Sam Yan, a quarter near faculty of Law. Some local restaurants in the area are open in the morning.

For dinner, we recommend Siam Square, a walking street full of restaurants and vendor stalls. There are also a number of shopping malls and community malls nearby such as Siam Paragon, Siam Center, MBK Center, Chamchuri Square, Silom Complex and I’m park.  In addition, Suan Luang square, Sam Yan, the upstairs of (New) Sam Yan Market, Saphan Luang and China Town are areas hosting numerous restaurants.

Chulalongkorn University

Internet connection will be provided for each participant. You will receive the password individually on the first day you arrive at the campus. Moreover, computer services will be provided at Learning Common which is on the 2nd floor of Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (MCS) building. You will also be able to use the computers in the computer room in Boromrajakumari (BRK) building for which you will need to show your name tags.

Yes, you can access two libraries showing your name tags.

1) Humanities Information Center, Maha Vajiravudh Building, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2) Learning Common, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

On the first floor of Humanities Information Center, on the left hand side after you enter, there is a Tai-Kadai Costume Museum which is worth visiting.

We also have a large collection of linguistics books in our libraries.

Yes, Lumphini Park is in a distance of 10-minute drive from the university. You can also take the BTS from Siam to Sala Daeng or the MRT Sam Yan to Silom to get there. A number of recreational activities such as free open-air aerobics sessions, paddle boats, jogging, etc. are available there. Click here for more information.

80% of the registration fee paid will be refunded if the registration is cancelled by March 31, 2017. 50% of the fee will be refunded if cancelled between April 1 – 30, 2017. No refund is possible if cancelled after April 30, 2017.

Students who are presenting a paper at Chulalongkorn International Student Symposium on Southeast Asian Linguistics will be awarded a scholarship of 15,000 baht in the form of ChulaSEALing2017 registration fee reduction. Hence, those who have submitted their papers at the symposium should wait for the notification of acceptance before paying for the registration. Note that the scholarship will be awarded to those whose papers are accepted at the symposium only.

The other two scholarships listed on the web page are merit-based and will be distributed upon arrival. For more information, please visit

No, it is optional and requires an additional fee of 18,000 baht. We can take only a limited number of people. Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. For more information, please visit

Yes, the two events are independent of each another. Students who are presenting a paper at the symposium will be awarded a scholarship of 15,000 baht in the form of ChulaSEALing2017 registration fee reduction. The two events also maintain two separate registrations. You can register for the symposium free of charge here.