(a) Study Abroad.

(b) Experience a new culture.

(c) Meet new challenges.

(d) Make new Friends. 

(e) Engage the World. 

(f) Develop a Global Mindset. 

(g) Strengthen Character.


Requirements for  applicants

  • GPA at least 2.5
  • Declare major before application is made to the Exchange program
  • 60 credits (and not more than 60 credits at the time of application) completed at Au
  • IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 213 (CBT)
  • Dean’s approval of Exchange Study Plan
  • Interview with selection Committee

* Contact the office of International Affairs upon completion of 50 credits to understand the specific requirements of the Exchange program

* Students bear all travel, living and insurance costs independently


Pay at home institution before leaving for the exchange program.

Transfer of credits

Credits earned for courses in which the student scores at least A or B (and not less) at the Overseas institutions will be transferred to Assumption University.

Course of Study

Depending on our program requirements, you can take courses at the overseas institution which are the equivalent of Au courses.

Travel Expenses

A purchase of a round trip Air Ticket is necessary to obtain student visa.

Medical Insurance

You will be required to show proof of international medical insurance coverage .This is the student’s responsibility.


Each school has their housing coordinators and the student has to contact and make arrangements with the respective coordinators.


Can be obtained with letters of acceptance by the host institution and submission of other required documents by the respective Embassy consular offices. Students apply for visas directly.

Outbound Exchange Student Application form


Instructions for Overseas Applicants to the Student Exchange Program

  1. Completed Exchange Program Application Form
  2. One copy of Official transcript
  3. Two copies of your personal details page of your passport
  4. Two passport sized photos
  5. A copy of International Insurance that covers the duration of study and in Thailand should be enclosed with the application
  6. Exchange students are required to submit the application for admission to Assumption University via your home institution Coordinator.
  7. Your home institution Coordinator is requested to send the application form and documents directly to the Director of International Affairs, Assumption University.
  8. The completed application form should reach Assumption University at least three months before your intended study at the University.
  9. Assumption University is not responsible for obtaining visas for students but will render all necessary support to admitted students. Upon acceptance Assumption University will issue a letter of acceptance along with the letter to the Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate requesting that the student be granted a student visa.
  10. Once the student arrives at Assumption University contact the office of International Affairs for academic registration ASAP.
    The office is located at Saint Louis Hall “L” Bldg. Ground Flr, Huamak Campus.
    Tel: 02 3004553 ext.3728


Deadline for application

  • 1st Semester deadline 9th May (starts August to December)
  • 2nd Semester deadline 9th October (starts January to May)


- Live in-off Campus (Suvarnabhumi Campus) 

Suvarnabhumi Campus & Huamak Campus (upload file01| file02)



List of Courses for Exchange Student 


Address for send the package

Glen Chatelier

Assumption University

Office of International Affairs

592 Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road, Huamak, Bangkapi

Bangkok 10240, Thailand


Assumption University

"L" Building Ground Floor

592 Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road

Huamak, Bangkok 10240 Thailand


Tel: 66(0) 2 300-4553 Extn: 3728

Fax: 66(0) 27190482

Email: thanathipsng@au.edu

Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM