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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. Please see the admission period according to the calendar academic year of Chulalongkorn University.

*Any application and complete documents submitted after the deadline of the Semester 1 will be moved to Semester 2 admission.

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

Requirements for Graduation

Plan A

Plan B

  • Minimum of 24 credits of coursework (12 credits for compulsory courses, 12 credits for elective courses)
  • A thesis equivalent to 12 credits, together with an oral examination
  • A publication in a form of proceeding or published journal article
  • Minimum of 33 credits of coursework (12 credits for compulsory courses, 21 credits for elective courses)
  • A special research equivalent to 3 credits, together with comprehensive exam