Universities

Discover our comprehensive guide to a plethora of universities in Thailand and gain insight into each institution’s offerings, including courses, facilities, international collaborations, and campus life, to help you make the right choice for your education journey. Stay informed about recent university news, admission processes, essential requirements, and application deadlines for a seamless transition into higher education.

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  • IFSU and Thai university unite to advance global education

    In today’s globalized environment, the importance of pursuing an international education cannot be overstated. The collaborative effort between IFSU and a prominent Thai university represents a significant advancement in making global education more accessible and comprehensive. For those seeking dynamic educational opportunities that connect different cultures and continents, this collaboration is tailored to meet your goals. By offering a mix…

  • Everything you need to know before teaching English in Thailand

    English teaching in Thailand can be a rewarding and challenging career. If you have the passion, dedication, and drive, it can be a great way to help people learn English in an environment that is friendly and welcoming. You’ll need to commit your time and effort to this field if you want to make a real impact. But with so…

  • Public vs private: Deciding on Thailand’s universities

    Selecting the appropriate university in Thailand is akin to navigating a complex labyrinth, encompassing an extensive range of options across both public and private institutions. Prospective students are often deliberating on the distinctive characteristics that differentiate these institutions and which category aligns most closely with their academic goals. This article aims to illuminate the discourse surrounding public versus private universities…

  • Thai school calendar: Academic year and holidays in Thailand

    Moving to Thailand involves jumping over countless hurdles, from adjusting to a new culture and food to figuring out how the plug adapters work. If you are a parent, add another level of complexity to it — understanding the local education system. And one of the first things you need to know when it comes to the education system is…

  • Pros and cons of studying in Thailand

    In this article, we will be talking about the pros and cons of studying in Thailand for international students. But before getting into this part, let’s first talk about the studying abroad itself and how Thailand became famous in this field. Due to globalization and universities offering good opportunities for international students, students has taken a liking to studying abroad…

  • Is English taught in Universities in Thailand? Let’s find out!

    Are you an expat in Thailand and looking for a quality education for yourself or your children? Or, perhaps, you’re considering a move to the Land of Smiles and wondering if the universities here can provide you with a world-class education: “Do universities in Thailand teach English?” or “Can the universities here provide a world-class education?” We have all the…

  • Top 10 Universities in Asia 2023: Find Out Which Institutions are Leading the Way!

    Asia is home to some of the world’s most renowned universities, offering students a unique blend of cutting-edge research, rich cultural heritage, and unparalleled educational opportunities. If you’re looking to advance your career, gain new skills, or simply broaden your horizons, then studying at one of Asia’s top universities is a great place to start. In this guide, we’ll take a…

  • Want to study in Thailand? Find your perfect scholarship match today!

    Thailand, known for its tropical beaches, bustling cities, and rich culture, offers numerous opportunities for students seeking scholarships. With an increasing number of universities and organizations offering financial support to international students, now is the perfect time to explore the possibility of studying in Thailand. Here are the top scholarships you should consider if you’re looking to study in this…

  • Foreign students accuse Canadian government of exploiting them for cheap labour

    Studying in Canada is one thing, but doing labour for low pay is another. Some foreign students in Canada, in fact, are accusing the Canadian government of using them for cheap labour and getting rid of them afterwards. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government allowed about 50,000 foreign exchange students into the country last year as a way to “help more…

  • Four Afghan women win scholarships to Bangkok university

    Despite living under the Taliban’s grip, four Afghan women have won scholarships to study at Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok. The women were chosen based on their academic records, and determination to promote women’s participation in Afghan society. The executive director of the Thai Pipe Industry told the Bangkok Post the women will be role models and mentors to…

  • Prayut tells Bangkok vocational students to stop violence

    After police found more than 32 knives, and gun ammunition at one Bangkok university on Thursday, PM Prayut has called on students and alumni to end to the violence. Police searched the school grounds of the Uthenthawai campus of Rajamangala University of Technology after a video of students firing guns into the air went viral on Wednesday. Uthenthawai is one…

  • Thailand won’t allow entrance exam makeups, other Asian countries do

    Thai students planning to take their university entrance exams must now miss the exam if they are in quarantine or self-isolation. The only other option is to take the exams next year. Meanwhile, other Asia countries are allowing students in quarantine and isolation to take this exam. China allowed students to take entrance exams at hospitals and special facilities, while…

  • Protesters flood Thammasat University for major anti-government rally

    Today, Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus in Bangkok is seeing thousands of protesters flood its campus in what they say is the biggest rally yet against the Prayut-led Thai government. After unsuccessfully trying to gain permission from university officials, the protesters broke through the gates of the history-laden university and are now gathering for the schedule of anti-government speeches. Earlier…