Admissions Timetable Academic Year 2020


Round 1

(Inter Portfolio 2)

Round 2

(Inter Portfolio 2)

Round 3

(Inter Admission 1)

Round 4

(Inter Admission 2)

Application Period


Now-4 December 2020

 4 January-
25 February 2021

1-21 March 2021 3-24 May 2021

Announcement

Of Eligible Applicants

18 December 202012 March 2021 9 April 202110 June 2021

Written Exam Date


--21 April 2021 10 June 2021

Interview Date


21 December 2020 17 March 2021 21 April 202111 June 2021

Announcement

of Successful Applicants

30 December 2020 30 March 2021 5 May 2021 22 June 2021

Eligibility Confirmation
for Admission in
CUPT Managment System (Clearing house) Period

22-23 February 202110-11 May 202110-11 May 2021-

Enrollment Confirmation
Deposit 50,000 THB
(non-refundable)


8-9 March 202120-21 May 202120-21 May 202123 June 2021

Announcement of Eligible Applicants for 
Study (Confirmation the Admission)


19 March 202131 May 202131 May 20212 July 2021






Round 1 and 2 admission (Inter Portfolio): applicants are not required 
to complete a written exam but need to sumit their porfolio.

A strong porfolio should include skills gained through participation in activities such as;

  • National or international social science compettition award.
  • Participation in, or being a part of, the creation of social development project, activities or events.
  • Overseas experience though exchange programmes.

Applicants who meet the admission requirements will be requested to attend an interview.


Round 3 and 4 admission: applicatants are required to complete a written exam.
Submission of a porfolio is optional. Applicants who meet the admission requirements will be requested
to attend an ineterview.


Admission Requirements

Applicants’ Qualifications: Academic Requirements

  • Applicants must have, or expect to receive, a M6, Grade 12, high school certificate or A-level, or the equivalent.

  • Applicants must have GPA minimum score of 2.50 or minimum mean score in Mathematic or Social Studies of 2.50.

Applicants’ Qualifications: Academic Requirements (Equivalency of High School Qualifications)

  • British system - British education system:
            - Applicant shall have GEC 'A' Level results in 3 subjects, with grades A*-C;
    or
            - Applicant shall have Cambridge Pre-U results in 3 subjects, scoring at least M1 or D1-D3 in each subject.

  • American/Canadian system - General Educational Development (GED) is also acceptable with a minimum score of 165 in each different subject, equivalent to a high school certificate in Language-Arts (English) or Arts-Math (original) program only.  

  • New Zealand's system - New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement under supervision of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) with:
            (1) No less than 80 credits, consisting of
                                         - Subjects in Level 2 or higher, comprising of no less than 60 credits; and
                                         - Subjects in Level 1 or higher, comprising of no less than 20 credits.
            - English for Speaker of Other Languages (ESLO) is also a subject included in the consideration.
            - Applicants shall have an NECA level 2 certificate, a Record of Achievement,and a certificate from New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) confirming the levels, number of subjects and number of credits of each subject.
            - All in all, the criteria in (1) apply to high school graduates from New Zealand from the academic year of 2553 BE;
    or
            (2) No less than 60 credits from at least 5 different subjects in Level 2 or higher and 2 compulsory subjects consisting of;
                                         - English (literacy) in Level 2 or higher, at least 4 credits
                                         - Mathematics (numeracy) in Level 2 or higher, at least 4 credits.
            - English for Speaker of Ohter Languages (ESLO) is not included in the consideration.
            - Applicants shall have a Record of Achievement, and a certificate from New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) confirming the levels, number of subjects and number of credits of each subject.
            - All in all, the criteria in (2) apply to high school graduates from New Zealand from the academic year of 2553 BE;

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Programs
            1. Applicants shall have a high school diploma from school in Thailand approved by Ministry of Education 
    or
            2. Applicants who graduated from overseas shall have an IB diploma shall have a total score of no less than 24 points from 5 subjects and 1 elctive subject, and shall have passed the evaluation no Extended Eassy (EE), Theory of Knowledge (TOK), and creativity, Action & Service (CAS) under the criteria of International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO);
    or
            3. Applicants have IB Diploma Course Result (IBCR) of at least  5 different subjects and receiving no lower than Grade 3 in each subject.

  • Other International programs from other countries
            - Check equivalency of overseas qualifications from the Ministry of Education's Announcement of Equivalency of Overseas Qualifications announced on 18 January 2545 BE.

    Note: For applicants who graduated or obtained test score prior 1 August 2562 BE, the Council of University Presidents of Thailand's Criteria on Equivalency of High School Qualifications in University Admission, 2562 BE are applied.


Thai and Foreign applicants :

        1. High school certificate or equivalent
      2. English proficiency score
      3. A completed statement of purpose 
      4. Experience of overseas study or exchange programme in an English-speaking country (desirable)
      5. Work experience (optional) 
      6. Certificate of awards, academic and volunteer activities, creative works, or special talents.


English proficiency score requirements

  • IELTS (Academic): Overall band 6 and above
  • TOEFL:
    ○ IBT (Internet based-test): minimum score of 61
    ○ CBT (Computer-based test) minimum score of 173
    ○ PBT (Paper-based test): minimum score of 500
  • TU-GET: minimum score of 500
  • NEW SAT (Evidence-based Reading and Writing Part): minimum score of 450
  • GSAT (Reading, Writing and Language): minimum score of 450

Test score must be from a test taken within 2 years before date of application submission.

 

Additional required documents

  • A completed application form
  • A  two-inch photograph
  • A copy of valid personal Identification Card or Passport 
  • Official Transcript (For those whose transcript is not in English or Thai, please provide an official translated version in Thai or English)
  • Official score report of the English Proficiency Test (TU-GET/ IELTS/ TOEFL/ SAT)
  • A completed Statement of Purpose (350-500 words)
  • Reference Letter (optional)

 

Application fee payable to the following account :

     Account name: SPD THAMMASAT
     SIAM COMMERCIAL BANK, THAPRACHAN Branch
     Saving account number: 114-219456-7
     Swift transfer: SICOTHBK
     Amount : 1,000 baht

Please send a picture of the transfer receipt to spd.thammasat@gmail.com

 

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Application Form

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