Study in Thailand

Don’t miss your chance to immerse yourself into the unique Thai culture. Spend a lazy afternoon slurping up a local delicacy with a newfound friend or travelling to a mysterious destination. Practice your language skills with fellow university students and discover some soft adventure sports and activities. The opportunities for exploration are endless and you may wonder how you’ll possibly fit everything into a summer or even a semester studying in Thailand! Study for a semester in English at world recognised universities or spend a Summer in Thailand for academic credit.

Thailand Universities, colleges and academies

Thailand universities and colleges offer a total of 685 accredited international programs at undergraduate and graduate levels: 251 Bachelors degree, 314 Masters degree, 105 Doctorate degree and 11 Graduate Diploma degree programs. Besides accredited academic degree programs, continuing education is an important field within international education in Bangkok and Thailand, here represented by 62 professional non-degree programs.

International accredited university degree programs in Thai universities, international colleges and graduate schools are also conducted in other languages, such as Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English and German. You can choose a university in Bangkok, Chiangmai or Khon Kaen, and many other locations in Thailand to benefit from the quality of life, the warm weather,  the culture of Thailand and its friendly people. All university programs are accredited and globally recognized and you can  study for a full degree or just a semester abroad in Thailand!

Cost of Living is very affordable and so is cost of study (tuition fee) at most Thai universities. Any foreign student is called an 'exchange student'. It does not need a formal exchange agreement with your university back home to study one semester abroad in Thailand.

Degree programs in English cover a wide range of academic fields, such as accounting, architecture, arts, biotechnology, business administration (marketing, finance & banking, general management, hotel & tourism, international business, and more majors at business schools and colleges), applied chemistry, economics, education, engineering (as well as nano, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing engineering), information technology, law, mass communications and journalism, medicine, music, nursing science, risk management, science and technology, and many more.

The degrees follow the US system with Bachelor (B.A., B.B.A., B.Ed., B.Eng., B.Sc. etc.) in undergraduate studies, and Graduate Diploma, Master (M.A., M.B.A., M.Ed., M.Eng., M.Sc., LL.M. etc.), and doctoral degrees (D.B.A., D.Eng., E.D., LL.D., Ph.D. etc.) on undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level at graduate schools. Some international colleges only offer graduate studies.
The most popular fields of study among foreign students are business administration, marketing, business English, Thai language, general management and international business management on undergraduate and graduate level.

Thai language studies and Thai courses for adults

Thai Language: Formal, university-affiliated language programmes are available in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Both cities also offer an array of short-term coursework tailored to suit different communication needs from business Thai to reading and writing. Many language schools and academies offer full-time, part-time and evening Thai language courses for foreigners at very competitive prices.

Cooking: You too can amaze your friends back home after attending a course in Thai cuisine. Cooking courses are offered all around Thailand. Bangkok's courses tend to be more formal, with dedicated kitchen facilities and individual work stations; but Chiang Mai is the undisputed cooking-course capital.

Muay thai (thai boxing): One of the fastest growing sectors of Thailand's educational tourism, muay thai (Thai boxing) training takes place at dozens of camps around the country. Traditional muay thai camps, especially in the rural areas, are in the business of training winning fighters, who elevate the prestige and earnings of the teacher and the school. The training sessions are gruelling, the diet is rudimentary and the facilities are little more than a dusty ring for sparring and a few shared cabins. Better suited for the athlete interested in the sport rather than becoming a potential prize fighter are the camps that specialise in training Westerners. Many of these facilities have English-speaking trainers and better equipment, and subsidise the training through increased tuition fees. Training periods can range from a one-day course to multiweek sessions. Bangkok and Chiang Mai have long-established foreigner-friendly training camps.

Meditation: Thailand has long been a popular place for Buddhist meditation study. Unique to Buddhism, particularly Theravada and to a lesser extent Tibetan Buddhism, is a system of meditation known as vipassana (wípàtsànaa in Thai), a Pali word that roughly translates as 'insight'. Foreigners who come to Thailand to study vipassana can choose from dozens of temples and meditation centres specialising in these teachings. Teaching methods vary but the general emphasis is on observing mind-body processes from moment to moment. Thai language is usually the medium of instruction but several places also provide instruction in English.

Thai massage: Thai massage is more like a yoga workout than a deep-tissue massage. The theory behind the tradition is to promote health by manipulating certain sên (pressure points) along the body meridians so that energy is distributed evenly throughout the nervous system. The dynamic aspects of Thai massage also address the muscular-skeletal system in a way that is often compared to modern physiotherapy and chiropractice. Training in Thai massage is available in Bangkok and in Chiang Mai. The centre of Thai massage pedagogy is at Wat Pho in Bangkok.

Teaching English overseas with a TEFL course: Want to live and work in Thailand? If you speak English, you can teach English in Thailand. Living and working in Thailand is an opportunity for you to have an authentic, fascinating cultural experience. You don’t need any teaching experience, and you don’t even have to speak Thai. Contact us to find out how to teach English in Thailand and all over Asia! 

Study in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is nestled in the northern hills of Thailand and considered to be the cultural heart of the country, a true blend of traditional life and modernity. Your weekends can be spent exploring some of the 300 temples, Shop at Chiang Mai's night bazaar and Sunday night walking street, trekking the mountains that surround Chiang Mai, visiting one of the many traditional hill-tribes in the region or taking in a live rock band at a local pub or disco. Chiang Mai is a vibrant destination with all the modern attractions of a big city combined with the graces of traditional Thai life. Safety, stability, and a low cost of living make Chiang Mai a desirable location, view costs of living
Watch our video on Chiang Mai city and province above. Learn more about Chiang Mai

Program Highlights:

* Study at our selected universities in Chiang Mai, the cultural heart of Thailand.
* Live in your private home with a Personal Concierge at your service.
* Learn the Thai language at university’s beautiful campuses or Thai language academies.
* Study with students and professors from all over Southeast Asia in Thailand’s cultural capital.
* Explore the Kingdom of Thailand with private discovery tours to Bangkok, Ayuttaya, HuaHin,
  Sukothai, Phuket, Koh Samui...
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