Important visa information
All students require a non-immigrant visa for study. Students who are Australian citizens can enter Thailand on a tourist visa, which will be issued on arrival, then apply for a non-immigrant visa. Students may have to apply for a visa before arriving in Thailand – see Thai Consulate General for details.
Faculties: Business and Economics only
Level: Undergraduate and postgraduate
Language of instruction: Thai and English
Minimum Grade requirement: WAM 60
- Fall semester: mid-August – mid December
- Spring semester: mid-January – mid May
Full time study load: 12 – 15 credits per semester (usually four to five courses)
About Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn is the oldest university under the Thai modern educational system and was established in 1917 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). The campus is located in a vibrant quarter of downtown Bangkok, on the right bank of the Chao Phraya River, and has a student body of over 25,000.
Monash has an exchange arrangement with the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy which offers an excellent international business program, taught entirely in English, to exchange students. See the course list for a comprehensive list of English taught units. Students might also be able to enrol in other faculties within this list of other units that are taught in English.
Also, here you can also find a Useful Guide for International Students which covers some cultural basics such as dress codes, social gestures and Thai customs.
Exchange students are provided accommodation in the Suksit Nives International House, which offers both single and double rooms. Jamjuree 9 is a new six-floor building which houses the Academic Learning Centre as well as facilities such as banks, a post office, cafes and a student health centre.