Information for Prospective Students from Thailand
Welcome to the country page for Thailand, which contains specific information for Thai students interested in studying at SOAS.
In these uncertain times, we want to reassure you that SOAS is looking forward to welcoming new and continuing students in September 2020. We are delivering all of our teaching, assessment and support for current students online for the remainder of the year - and we will be ready to start the new academic year in September. Find out more about how SOAS is responding to Covid-19.
In the meantime, join our Virtual Open Days at SOAS, Offer Holder chat rooms, and learn about campus life with our upcoming webinars. Check out our Events page for more information.
- Minimum entry requirements
- English language requirement
- In-Country representatives
- SOAS Careers Service
- Useful links
Phone: +44 (0)20 7898 4700
If you would like to contact Amy Mitchell-Bell, our International Recruitment and Engagement Officer for South Asia and Southeast Asia, you can email her directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOAS staff regularly visit Thailand to meet with students interested in studying at SOAS. Further information can be found on our overseas visits page.
The below are guidelines only and do not guarantee entry. Each application will be judged on its own merits.
Students who have completed the International Baccalaureate (IB), A-Levels or AP examinations will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes. Please go to the SOAS undergraduate entry requirements page.
Applicants from Thailand who have completed the Matthayom 6 are not eligible for direct entry to an undergraduate programme at SOAS and are required to take a University Foundation Programme. SOAS offers a 10 month University Foundation Programme (ICC) for international students who wish to undertake an undergraduate degree at British universities.
Taught Masters Programmes
For entry to SOAS taught Masters programmes a minimum GPA of between 3.0-3.5/4.0 is required from an undergraduate degree. The minimum GPA entry requirement varies between programmes.
Research applicants would normally be expected to have completed a Masters qualification equivalent to a UK Masters degree. There may also be other specific entrance requirements. Please refer to Research Admissions.
Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate they meet SOAS’ English language entry requirements.
SOAS works with the following in-country representatives in Thailand. Please contact our representatives directly to ask any questions about applying to, and studying at SOAS. If you have any comments about these representatives, please contact Amy Mitchell-Bell: email@example.com
- Brit Education
- GoUni Ltd
- Hands On
- iae Global
- IDP Thailand
- IEC Abroad Limited
- Mentor International
- SI UK Thailand
- UKEAS Worldwide Ltd
- WIN Education
The Office of the Civil Service Commission (OCSC) offers scholarships for Thai Master’s and Doctoral programmes at SOAS.
The SOAS Careers Service can help you find volunteering opportunities and can provide information and advice on finding paid employment during your studies and after graduation.
There will be a number of jobs (both voluntary and paid) within SOAS itself (for example, in the Students’ Union or cafe) and you can look out for these opportunities through the Careers Service or via the Students’ Union