Application Deadline for International College
Semester Schedule For Academic Year 2013-2014
**APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2ND SEMESTER OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-14 ARE BEING ACCEPTED NOW. APPLY TODAY!**
Note: We are also accepting inquiries and applications for the first semester of the 2014-15 Academic Year, which is set to begin on 4 August, 2014. The following is a summary of the 2014-15 Academic Calendar:
First day of classes: 4 August, 2014
Last day of classes: 6 December, 2014
First day of classes: 5 January, 2015
Last day of classes: 16 May, 2015
Semester 3 (Summer Term)
First day of classes: 2 June, 2015
Last day of classes: 18 July, 2015
Admission Requirements For Undergraduate Programs in the International College
- Diploma from high school (grade 12, M6, or the result of an approved equivalency examination)
- GPA of at least 2.00
- If English is not a student's first language, then that student must demonstrate sufficient knowledge of English (TOEFL 500 paper-based or 173 computer-based or IELTS 5.0).
- Students with a TOEFL score below 500 or an IELTS score below 5.0 are required to study full-time in Payap's Intensive English Program until they pass the advanced level or score above a 500 on Payap's English Entrance Examination (TOEFL format).
- Students within Thailand may submit a TOEFL or IELTS result or they may take the Payap English Admissions Test (PEAT). For more information regarding the Payap English Admissions Test, click here.
- To have your TOEFL score sent to Payap University, use code number 5948 when indicating the institution that should receive your score.
Admission Requirements For Graduate Programs in the International College
Graduate Students should contact the individual departments or International Admissions for entrance requirements. For information on applying, click here or contact the Admissions Center (International Admissions) located on the ground floor of the Central Library building on the main campus or via email at email@example.com.
Application Processing Time
In general, the admission process takes approximately 10 working days. If your documents are incomplete, it will take longer. If you are requesting credit for courses already studied, it will also take longer to process your application.
If your application is successful, you will receive an Acceptance Letter either by post or by e-mail to the address provided on your application. There will be useful information included in the Acceptance Letter, including the date that you should report to the university, student orientation, information regarding the international dormitory, and the point of contact from your particular department or program.
Upon reporting to the university, you will need to bring your Acceptance Letter with you when you report to your advisor. Students will complete a registration form with the assistance of their advisor. The completed registration form will need to be delivered to the Registrar's Office. Upon confirmation from the Registrar's Office, the student will receive an official student identification number.
Students must complete a credit transfer request form at the Office of the Registrar. There is a fee of 500 Thai Baht, payable to the Finance Office. The submission of the transfer request form and payment of the fee must be completed before the process can begin. Once all the required paperwork is submitted, the form will be forwarded to the Office of Academic Affairs. Academic Affairs will then forward the request to the appropriate department(s) for verification of each individual course. All documents submitted for review, e.g., transcripts, course descriptions, syllabi, etc., MUST BE IN ENGLISH.
This process may take several months, depending upon how many credits the student is requesting to be verified and how many departments are involved. Students attempting to determine how many credits they will be able to transfer PRIOR to enrolling may experience an even longer period of processing. There may be additional documents required for review and students who are not already on campus (i.e., not yet enrolled) may find this process particularly cumbersome and time-consuming.
For more detailed information regarding credit transfers, please visit: "http://iit.payap.ac.th/?page_id=1096"
Upon confirmation of acceptance into one of the International College programs, i.e., receipt of Acceptance Letter, international students will be required to pay a deposit of 6,400 Thai Baht. The entire amount of this deposit will go towards the tuition and fees paid later at registration. Upon receipt of deposit, the Admissions Office will issue a visa letter to the student. This letter will be required when the student applies for a student visa in their home country. Students must take this letter to the Thai Embassy in their home country in order to obtain a 3-month non-immigrant visa. Once enrolled and entered in the Payap University system, the student will then notify our Personnel Office to obtain the appropriate student visa.
Payment of Application Fee
Prospective students must submit a one-time, non-refundable application fee of 500 Thai Baht along with their application package. Students electing to pay by post may do so with a bank draft made payable to "Payap University". PERSONAL CHECKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Students paying in person may pay in cash. Do not send cash with the application form. The university will not be held responsible for cash sent through the post. Another option is to wire funds to the university. Contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for procedures on how to wire funds.