Stamford offers Bachelor’s degrees in programs that cover management, business and technology, and communication arts and design.There are 3 intakes per year: March, July and November.
If you are NOT from Thailand click here to see admission information for international students.
There are two different types of entry requirements for our international undergraduate programs: academic qualifications and English proficiency qualifications.
The required academic qualification is completion of high school / upper secondary school (or equivalent), which is generally obtained after 12 years of education. Accepted qualifications include:
- IGCSE / GCSE / GCE O-levels Certificate with no less than C grade
- IGCSE / GCSE / GCE A-levels Certificate with no less than 3 subjects
- Test of General Educational Development (GED) with minimum 145 points in all 4 subjects, along with the high school equivalency diploma.
- IB certificate with minimum 5 subjects with a minimum score of 4.
- IB Diploma with minimum 24 points
- Mathayom 6 with graduation certificate and graduation diploma.
- Students who hold a different qualification are recommended to contact the university to check their eligibility.
The required English proficiency is IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL (IBT) 52 (or equivalent). Students who have not taken any of these exams are still welcome to apply. Applicants can choose to sit for an English placement test on campus, if necessary. Students who are not yet ready to follow an international academic program will be placed in the Stamford English Program before commencing their actual degree program.
- Online application. Required documents can be attached to the form directly. Apply online here.
- Apply at Stamford International University ( Rama 9 Campus, Asoke Campus Learning Center, Hua Hin Campus). More information please call +66 2 769 4000
- Via postal mail. The same application form can also be filled in and sent to domestic/international admissions, along with all required documents, to: “Stamford International University, 16 Motorway Road (km 2), Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand”.
Before you apply, please study the admissions requirements section carefully. Applicants who fail to meet the eligibility criteria will not be accepted under any circumstances. You are also advised to maintain a checklist of the documents that you need to submit along with your application. Missing or partial documentation may hinder the application review process.
Applicants must submit all required documents along with a completely filled out Application Form. The application form can be printed out and sent by postal mail or a copy of the same can be submitted through e-mail. You may also utilize our Online Application Form.
The Office of Admissions will review all submitted documents and check for their authenticity.
Once step 2 has been completed successfully, applicants will be issued a Letter of Conditional Acceptance and a Fees Structure document.
Upon receipt of these documents applicants will be required to make the necessary payments either in person at the Rama IX (Bangkok) Campus or via bank wire transfer to the University’s Bank account.
Following payment (only for those made via transfer), applicants are requested to fax or scan-and-email a copy of the bank transfer slip to the “Office of Admissions” with the student’s name clearly written above it. For Thai nationals, once payment has been made Acceptance into the University is considered complete.
*Thai/domestic admissions: email@example.com
Stamford International University accepts transfer students who enrolled previously in any accredited university, provided they meet Stamford admission standards.
The credit transfer guidelines and criteria are as follows:
- Credits must be transferred only once, at the time of admission. Requests for transfer of credits after the admission period will not be accepted.
- Three quarters (75%) of the course content has to be equivalent to that specified in Stamford’s curriculum.
- Only courses with an earned grade “C” or higher will be accepted as transferred credit.
- The maximum number of transferable credits is 108 provided all requirements are met.
- Each credit transferred must have had 15 classroom hours or equivalent, which is 45 hours for one course.
- Submission of course curriculum along with official transcripts is required to process a transfer.
- A filled undergraduate application form
- High school academic records (please see Admission Requirements for specifications)
- Official university transcripts including all courses requested to be transferred
- Course descriptions of courses requested to be transferred
- Copy of passport or citizen ID + house registration (Thai nationals)
- IELTS/TOEFL (meriting but not required)
- Three recent passport-sized photographs (taken within last 3 months)