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International Programs

Student Exchange Program

International Cooperation




Office of International Affairs, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy (Thammasat Business School (TBS)) was established to serve an increase in number of academic collaborations between TBS and our foreign network.

- To promote and encourage the student exchange traffic among our foreign network institutions at all levels (Undergraduate, Master and PhD).

- To create an educational and a lifetime experience for our in-coming exchange students. Encouraging foreign exchange students to fully understand and experience Thai culture and business conduct.

- To promote and encourage academic faculties on faculty exchange, co-research and course developments with our partners.

- To promote, encourage and assist students at all levels to compete in the international arena of any type of business competition.

 You can find us at the Dean’s office on the first floor at the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy. Our Office hours are between 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday.

 In order to facilitate our exchange students both in-coming and out-going as well as TBS’s faculty members, we provide the following facilities.

1. In-coming students

-        Housing assistance (Reservation for the initial period)

-        Visa extension

-        Internship

-        Buddy system

-        Orientation

-        Field trip

-        24 hours Hot line number (04-091-3832)

2. Out-going students

-        Application procedures (International universities)

-        Preparation Orientation

-        Visa application assistance

-        24 hours Hot line number (04-091-3832)

3. Faculty members

-        Application procedures (co-research, teaching, course development)

-        Visa assistance

-        An update on international collaboration

 Our Office Hour Contact Address:
Office of International Affairs

Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy

Thammasat University

2 Prachan Road, Bangkok 10200


Tel:  662-613-2190

Fax: 662-225-2109






Last UPDATE 28/4/2006