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|American Studies, Asian Studies, British and American Studies, Business, Business Administration, Business Communication, Economics, Engineering, English, ESL, Finance, International Studies, Journalism, Law, Marketing, Medical Science, Political Science, Science, Science and Technology, Statistics, Thai Studies||
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|Apartment, Residence Hall|
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|2. Sophomore, 3. Junior, 4. Senior, 5. Graduate Student||
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Location: Bangkok, the distinctly modern capital of Thailand, is home to over 11 million people. Bangkok is a global city that has become the political, economic, and social center of much of Southeast Asia. Bangkok provides easy access to the hundreds of miles of stunning beaches and tropical islands that stretch through southern Thailand.
The University: Thammasat University, Thailand's second oldest university, has a student population of approximately 33,000 students, including more than 200 international students. Thammasat students are known for their activism and interest in Thai politics. In 2017, Thammasat's Business School received AACSB accreditation.
Courses Offered: Courses are offered in English in the subject areas listed above. Full Course Details
Student Visas: In addition to a US passport, all students must obtain a valid Thailand Student Visa. Students will apply for this visa once they have been accepted into the program. Student Visa Process Details
Fun Facts: Rice is a staple part of the Thai diet. Silk, spun by worms, is a main export. Thai people use animals to help with their work: elephants haul lumber out of the mountain forests in the north and monkeys help harvest coconuts in the south. Never point with your feet - this is considered very rude.
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