Undergraduate program applicants seeking to enter an MSU ‘Bachelor’s degree’ program must hold a High School Certificate/Diploma or equivalent to Mathayom 6 (Thai educational system), which is roughly equivalent to Grade 12 in the US system or year 13 in the British system.
For applicants currently in their final term of study, please submit an official letter from your school registrar affirming the expected date on which the qualification will be officially conferred.
Applicants must submit a completed application form, which includes attachment of a passport-sized photograph where indicated in the form instructions.
Applicants residing within Thailand are required to pay an Application Fee of 300 Baht (payable in Thai currency, cash only) either in person or by an appointed representative at the International Relations Office located on the 3rd Floor of the President’s Building, Mahasarakham University main campus.
Please note that applicants residing outside of Thailand are NOT required to pay the 300 Baht application fee at the time of application submission; however, payment of application fee will be required upon applicant’s arrival to the MSU campus to take up residence and begin studies.
Undergraduate program applicants must submit an official (original) high school transcript. Please note that photocopies of transcripts are not acceptable and transcripts must include course grades.
Applicants must submit proof of graduation by submitting one of the following:
Applicants whose native language is not English must submit an official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score with their application. This test should be taken not more than five years before the application date. Please note that this requirement is waived for applicants who have obtained a degree from an institution where all their courses were taught in English with English being the official medium of instruction.
Undergraduate Program Applicants must submit 2 letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant’s academic work.
All applicants must submit a statement of purpose that gives a clear idea of the applicant’s study goals and capacity to pursue them and explain how the degree fits into the applicant’s career plans.
All applicants must submit evidence of sufficient financial resources in the form of an official bank statement and/or a letter of financial support. Students receiving a scholarship should provide a letter from the supporting organization showing details of support provided. Self-funding students must provide proof of their ability to support themselves financially for the duration of their study program. Anticipated cost of fees and living expenses for undergraduate program students would be approximately THB 130,361.05 per year while graduate program students would be approximately THB 211,836.71 per year.
In order to ensure students have access to health care at all times, Mahasarakham University requires all enrolled and exchange students to carry health insurance unless a student can provide evidence of comparable insurance coverage. Students unable to provide such evidence are required to purchase a local health insurance upon your arrival from a Mahasarakham University based insurance company.
*Application documents and any supporting documents printed in languages other than English or Thai are required be translated into English and certified by a school official, an official agency, an embassy or consulate.
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Applicants can apply by printing and mailing a completed application form (with required supporting documents) to the following address:
International Relations Office (International Admissions)
41/20 Khamriang Sub-District, Kantarawichai District
Maha Sarakham 44150 THAILAND
Applicants can apply directly to the International Relations Office located on the 3rd Floor of the President’s Building, Mahasarakham University. Tel. +664 375-4241
Undergraduate Students deadline for Term 1 entry is 30 June