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For M.A. Program

Required qualifications

1. Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in any field from Thai or foreign universities with a GPA of not lower than 3.00 (Maximum GPA of 4.00)
2. Applicants must have a good command of English

1. A completed application form (Download .doc | .pdf)

2. A photocopy of Bachelor’s Degree certificate
3. A photocopy of academic transcripts (in English)
4. A Curriculum Vitae
5. Two recommendation letters from dean, head of department or advisor of the applicants’ institution
6. A photocopy of ID card (for Thai applicants)
7. A photocopy of passport (for international applicants)
8. A brief research proposal which includes the following components:

  • Rationale
  • Hypothesis
  • Theoretical framework
  • Research question
  • Research objectives
  • Literature review
  • Significance of the study
  • Bibliography

*M.A. proposal: 10-15 pages in length
Font: Times New Roman, 12, Double space

9. Applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit any of following English Proficiency test result which meets the scholarship’s requirement:

  • CU-TEP (≥45)
  • TOEFL (Paper-based ≥450, Computer-based≥133, Internet-based ≥45) or
  • IELTS (≥4.0)

Required qualifications

1. Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in any field from Thai or foreign universities with a GPA of not lower than 3.00 (Maximum GPA of 4.00)
2. Applicants must have a good command of English

1. A completed application form (Download .doc | .pdf)

2. A photocopy of Bachelor’s Degree certificate
3. A photocopy of academic transcripts (in English)
4. A Curriculum Vitae
5. Two recommendation letters from dean, head of department or advisor of the applicants’ institution
6. A photocopy of ID card (for Thai applicants)
7. A photocopy of passport (for international applicants)
8. A statement of purpose (SOP), 1-2 pages long

9. Applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit any of following English Proficiency test result which meets the scholarship’s requirement:

  • CU-TEP (≥45)
  • TOEFL (Paper-based ≥450, Computer-based≥133, Internet-based ≥45) or
  • IELTS (≥4.0)

Admission

Students can join the program in either the 1st or 2nd semester of every year. The deadline for applications is around the end of June for the 1st semester and around the end of October for the 2nd semester. The deadline is subject to change by the calendar academic year of Chulalongkorn University.

Academic Calendar

The academic year is divided into two semesters.

  • First semester: August – December
  • Second semester: January – May

See Current Academic Calendar Here

Fees and Expenses

  • Thai Student: 60,500 baht/semester
  • Foreign Student: 123,700 baht/semester

Requisites for Graduation

Plan A

Plan B

  • Minimum of 24 credits of coursework (12 credits for required courses, 12 credits for elective courses)
  • A thesis equivalent to 12 credits, together with an oral examination
  • Minimum of 33 credits of coursework (12 credits for required courses, 21 credits for elective courses)
  • A special research equivalent to 3 credits, together with comprehensive exam