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International Program (BE) -Inbound Exchange Students
The Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University has student exchange partnerships with more than 15 institutions around the world. We welcome more than 40 exchange students each year.
If you are interested in going on an International Exchange Program at the Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University as an exchange student, you must first contact the international relations office of your home institution to find out the conditions for applying and if we have an exchange agreement with your university.
You can check the list as below.
We look forward to welcome you at the Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University as an exchange student!
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Information and Application form for Applying as an Exchange Student 2013- 2014
Information and Application Form for applying as a non- degree (freemover) student
B.E. International Program Information Sheet AY2013
Incoming Exchange Students (Spring 2011)
The BE International Program held an orientation for Incoming Exchange Students of the second semester academic year 2010 on Thursday 6 January 2011 at Meeting Room 5th Floor, Faculty of Economics.
This semester we welcome 8 students from 7 institutions around the world.
BE Exchange Students' Party
The B.E. International Program organized a Party for BE Inbound Exchange Students of the first semester, academic year 2010 at Banquet Room, Economics Building so that the students got a chance to talk and express their opinions to the Program and professors.
In this occasion, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Patamawadee Suzuki , the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Assoc. Prof. Sukhum Attavavutichai, Nessara Sukpanich, Ph.D., Director of BE International Program, Supruet Thavornyutikarn, Ph.D., Vice- Director of BE International Program and Pawin Siriprapanukul, Ph.D., B.E. International Program Committee, also gave them the speech.
Excursion to Ayutthaya
Sunday August 29, 2010, the B.E. International Program organized a full day excursion to Ayutthaya. We visited Wat Chai Wattanaram, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, Wat Mahatat and Ayothaya Floating Market.
Forest Conservation Trip: Mangrove Forest Planting @ Klongkhone District
Office of International Affairs of Thammasat University held a Forest Conservation Trip: Mangrove Forest Planting at Klongkhone District, Samut Songkram Province during March 26- 27, 2011. There were 3 B.E., 10 BBA exchange students and 4 staffs who joined the trip.
March 26, 2011: Excursion through out the mangrove forest planting by long- tailed speed boat, feed some fruits to the pick- tailed monkeys, played the slide on puddle, water skiing. At night, watching fireflies and watching how to make brown sugar.
March 27, 2011: Food offering to monks at Klongkhone Temple, cooked thai style custard, foy tong and med kanoon. In the afternoon, visited Amphawa Floating Market.
Excursion to The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
On Friday August 20, 2010, the B.E. International Program organized a short excursion to The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
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