- Credit courses.
- 学期1 八月-十二月
- 学期2 一月- 五月
- 学期1 七月-十一月
- 学期2 十二月-三月
- 身心健康，有适应国外生活和学习的能力 对在泰国生活表现出强烈的兴趣，并准备好接受泰国文化，
- 这可能与他们的家乡环境不同 有足够的经济资源支付在泰国农业大学学习期间的所有个人生活费用，
- 来自合作院校的学生必须首先得到他们所在的本国大学的提名。有关申请的信息和细节，请联系你的大学的留学办公室或国际事务处。 通常情况下，合作协议是基于互惠的交换学生和学费免除的原则(但是，个人费用仍然是学生的义务)。
- 有关课程和学费的更多信息，请通过电子邮件联系KUIC: email@example.com
- 硕士学位申请人: 所有学位证书原件的扫描件和完整的学士学位官方成绩单，翻译成英文并进行公证。
- 博士学位申请人: 所有学位证书原件扫描件和完整的学士和硕士学位课程官方成绩单，翻译成英文并进行公证。
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Tuition and fees are often waived for a student from our Partner Institution or University [Go to Website] based on a written agreement. Please contact the Study Abroad or International Affairs Office at your home university for more details.
Application Status and Admission Decision
- The application review process normally takes no longer than 3 weeks. Once an admission decision has been made by the host Faculty/Department, KU’s International Affairs Division (IAD) will send you an email. Or, you can check the status of your application online by enter your Ticket Number at CHECK STATUS Menu
- Your application status will include the following information:
- Faculty/Department’s decision on your application (Faculty Decision)
- Electronic issuance of a Letter of Acceptance letter (LOA) and a Visa Facilitation Letter (LOA & Letter for Visa). See below for more details.
- Electronic Issuance of your Student ID Number (Student ID)
If you have submitted an incomplete application with missing required documents, IAD will contact you via email.
If you need to update your application contact details or have any questions about your application, please email:
Issuing the Letter of Acceptance (LOA) with Certification to Facilitate the Applicant’s Education Visa Application Process
IAD will issue you an official Letter of Acceptance (LOA) and a Visa Facilitation Letter addressed to the Thai Embassy/Consulate where you will apply for the Thai Education Visa (ED Visa). It is important that you precisely identify the Thai Embassy/Consulate as part of your online application here
- After you have been granted admission, each Applicant will need to request a Thai Non-Immigrant ED Visa (ED Visa) from a Thai Embassy/Consulate in your home country or place of residence.
- The Thai Embassy/Consulate will require you to submit the LOA and the Visa Facilitation Letter issued by KU.
- IAD will provide only an electronic version of the LOA and Visa Facilitation Letter via the application system. Some Thai Embassies/Consulates will accept the scanned versions, but most require originals.
- The Program Coordinator at the Faculty/Department which admitted you will send an official original LOA and Visa Facilitation Letter to you by international mail – but only if it is required by the Thai Embassy/Consulate you have indicated. The List of Program Coordinator
Completing the Non-Immigrant ED Visa Process Before Entering Thailand
After receiving the official Letter of Admission from KU, you should apply at the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country (or place of residence) for a Non-Immigrant ED Visa (ED Visa) in order to enter Thailand.
You are not permitted to pursue studies at Kasetsart University if you only possess a Tourist Visa, or any other type of visa.
Information about the visa process and the location of the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in each country is available here
Period of Stay – Depends on the Visa
Depending on the decision of the issuing Embassy/Consulate, incoming students may initially receive a Non-Immigrant ED Visa for a period not exceeding 90 days from the date of the first entry; some students may be issued an ED Visa that covers the entire duration of their studies.
- The semester term at KU is usually 4 or 5 months, so if you are issued a 90-day ED Visa initially, you will need to request a Visa Extension from the Immigration Bureau located in Bangkok. The Kasetsart University International College (KUIC) can help you with that process.
- Single re-entry permit: 1,000 THB
- Multiple re-entry permit: 3,800 THB
Fees are subject to change by Immigration Bureau policies.
Kasetsart University offers on-campus and off-campus dormitories. If you plan to stay on campus in one of KU’s dormitories, you should book your accommodation before you arrive in Thailand. For more information, see:
There are also many private residential housing opportunities, with a wide range of prices and amenities, located within commuting distance from campus . . . a short walk or 15-20 minute commute via the BTS Sky Train (Station Kasetsart University). You may book an apartment before you arrive in Thailand or you may choose to arrive a few days early and stay in a hotel or hostel while you search for your accommodations. In any case, there are many choices and international student generally have no difficulty in finding suitable accommodations. In all cases, Kasetsart University International College (KUIC) is glad to assist you.
For information about accommodations, email KUIC:
Health, Medical, Accident Insurance Information
International students must have health, medical, and accident insurance covering them for the duration of their study period. If an international student does not have sufficient health insurance coverage from their home country, the student must buy a health and medical insurance plan.
You should seek coverage from the time you depart your home until the time you complete your studies at KU and depart Thailand. You can find information here or contact KUIC Office upon arrival.
The KU approved health plan provided by AETNA costs 8,500 THB/year. Payment must be made to the designated bank account. For more information email:
** If you do not have the health insurance, you will risk paying a lot of money in case of accident or sickness; KU is not liable. **
You are advised to arrival in Thailand at least 2 weeks before the semester start. Please visit Kasetsart University International College (KUIC) at Floor 6, Rapee Sagarik Building, and show your letter of acceptance (LOA), Official Transcript or diploma and medical checkup certificate. KUIC staff will advise and assist you with:
- registering as a new student
- making a KU Student ID Card
- setting up a WIFI account (Nontri Account) for internet access on KU campus
Buying the University Uniform
Exchange undergraduate students are required to wear the KU Uniform during class, examinations, and to all official events and university sponsored activities. You are requested to wear the KU Uniform starting with Orientation, so students should plan to arrive in advance and purchase the uniform before Orientation Day.
School uniforms are sold at the Kasetsart University Co-operative.
Map to Kasetsart University Co-operative
Registration of New International Students
Each new international student must register as a KU Student.
You can register your personal data online following these 5 steps:
Step 1. : General Information
Step 2. : Educational History
Step 3. : Permanent Address
Step 4. : Other Information, if any
Step 5. : Complete the information requested; this will create your Nontri Account used for WiFi internet access on KU campus
Making a KU Student ID Card at the Office of Educational Administration. Contact KUIC for assistance.
Activities on Orientation Day
Orientation welcomes and provides important information to new students. The information is important to any who are enrolling for the first time in one of KU’s full-term degree programs (Bachelor, Masters, or PhD) or as a Visiting Student or Exchange Student (one year or one semester).
- Orientation customarily occurs in the week prior to the first day of classes, according to the International Programs Academic Calendar.
- Kasetsart University International College (KUIC) explains KU’s course registration and payment system, Thailand’s Education Visa regulations and procedures (Visa Extension, 90 Day Reporting, etc.).
- KUIC staff and guest speakers review KU’s academic calendar, forthcoming student activities, and introduce students to cultural norms unique to Thailand.
- Usually, the Orientation program begins in the morning and is followed by a tour of campus with stops at important venues (KU Main Library, sports and fitness areas, etc.).
How to register for the courses you will take at KU:
- Visit your Faculty/Department office and make an appointment with your Advisor, Director or Coordinator of your program to obtain a Course List and a final Class Schedule and to confirm your Study Plan.
- Minimum 9 credits / Maximum 22 credits per semester
- Register by using paper KU1 Form.
- KU1 Form must be signed by the Instructor of each course and by your Advisor (Program Director or Coordinator)
- Once you have the correct signatures, bring your KU1 Form with proof of tuition payment and submit them at the International Studies Center Office.
- If you wish, later you can Add or Drop Courses by submitting KU3 Form.
- KU3 Add/Drop Form must be signed by the Instructor of each course and by your Advisor (Program Director or Coordinator).
Once you have the correct signatures, submit your KU3 Form at Kasetsart University International College (KUIC). (Floor 6, Rapee Sagarik Building)
Study and Participate University Activities
Study hard in the courses you are enrolled, per your schedule of classes and try to participate in student activities on campus. Many student clubs are open to International Students.
Course and Credit Checking
Be sure that all your coursework and exams have been completed and received by your Instructors.
- Use the Office of Educational Administration’s website to request your Official Transcript of Records (https://registrar.ku.ac.th/onlinedoc/)
Transcript of Records
Unofficial transcript of records
- You can print your provisional transcript from https://stdregis.ku.ac.th/Login.php on your own while you still have access to KU system.
- Undergraduate students may only receive their official transcript of records electronically in a PDF format. Be advised, there is no hard copy of the transcript of records; KU will issue the e-transcript via:
The e-transcript will be sent to your personal email address. Please ensure your personal email address is updated.
In case of any problem
Regarding the Application Process. Contact the International Affairs Division Office (IAD).
International Affairs Division (IAD), Office of the President
Floor 10, Golden Jubilee Administration and Information Center
Tel: +66 2942 8858,+66 2942 8171-2, +66 2942 8683
Regarding your course selection, class schedule, study plan, or classroom studies. Contact your Advisor or Program Director/Coordinator, as specified in your LOA
Regarding daily life, accommodations, and student activities. Consult your Advisor or Kasetsart University International College (KUIC), Office of Educational Administration
Floor 6, Rapee Sagarik Building
Tel: +66 2562 0985