Stamford students can experience life on two campuses by taking advantage of Stamford’s Dual-campus Programs. Students who take this opportunity usually start their program at the Hua Hin campus, where they complete their language requirements, some of their general education courses, and a number of core courses before moving to the Rama9 campus to complete the remainder of their degree. This is sometimes called a 5+6 in the bilingual track or a 4+6 in the international track because of the number of terms students spend at the Hua Hin and Rama9 campus. However, Stamford students have the flexibility to take any number of terms at any campus given the availability of courses and programs, so interested students can speak to their academic advisor to find out more!
The dual-campus option is an excellent way to diversify your learning experience at Stamford by enjoying both the learning experience of a residential campus located in one of Thailand’s top tourist destinations and of a vibrant campus in the country’s buzzing capital.