Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok)

Chulalongkorn University is an exchange destination for bachelor and master students of Utrecht University School of ECONOMICS.

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General information for exchange students

Faculty of Economics

Academic calendar

Semester I: August – December
Semester II: January – May

Academic calendar

Areas of study open to exchange students

More information: here
(please note that not all courses are offered in each semester)

Students can take courses offered by the EBA and in addition one course from another faculty or program.

Work load

The maximum workload for one semester at EBA is 22 credits. Only Economics courses are offered at the EBA program. Incoming exchange students are allowed to take only elective courses. Full-time students usually take 12 - 15 credits per semester.

Language of instruction

English and Thai

Housing assistance

The EBA program assists in arranging accommodation. Subject to availability incoming students may stay at iHouse, which is located within walking distance to the Faculty of Economics. Students also may stay at serviced apartments in Bangkok.

More information here 

Estimated living costs per month

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Credits and Grading system

You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table

Number of places available

2 places per year

Health insurance

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Students must apply for a non-immigrant visa (category ED) at a Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in their home country.
More information here 

Additional information

Students have to wear the following uniform:
Female students:

  • Shirt: with sleeves and collar, made out of pure white cloth with no design and of an appropriate thickness
  • Skirt: knee-length, made out of dark blue or black cloth with no design
  • Shoes: polite style, with a strap around the ankle

Male students:

  • Shirt: white with sleeves and collar, no design
  • Trousers: long, made out of black or dark blue cloth, polite style with no design
  • Socks
  • Shoes: dark dress shoes

Graduate exchange students do not have to wear uniforms.


More information: here


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