Incoming Exchange Student To KKUIC 

Incoming exchange students engage in studies at KKUIC for a fixed period of time, from one semester up to one academic year. They have a choice of approximately 110 courses each semester in the Global Business, International Marketing, International Affairs, Tourism Management, Communication Arts and Academic English Preparation Program (Beginner Level). Moreover, exchange students are encouraged to take the Thai Language course to broaden their understanding of Thailand and its people.

The students studying in our partner universities around the world can apply to study at KKUIC for a semester or a year by paying tuition fees to your University. As per our Exchange Program agreement, you will be exempt from paying tuition fees to KKUIC during the exchange period. This will allow you to take classes here and transfer credits back to your school.

SemesterStudy PeriodOnline Application Deadline
First SemesterAugust – December15 May – 15 June
Second SemesterJanuary – May15 September – 15 October


1) Applicants must enroll as students of KKUIC partner universities.

2) For applicants who non-English speaking countries they should submit a copy of standardized English test score *(See Note), or submit a language certificate from your home university, or be recommended by their home-university academic advisors.

3) Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be considered with the discretion of KKUIC administrative committee on a case by case basis.


*English (for all program) : TOFEL {≥500 (Paper-based); or ≥173 (Computer-based); or ≥61 (Internet-based)} or IELTS {≥ 5.5 (all band scores ≥4.0}

1. One photo sized 2.5×3.25 cm with neither hat nor sunglasses and taken no longer than 6 months. 

2. A copy of Passport

3. A recommendation letter

4. A copy of legalize name change certificate (if any)

5. A copy of transcript

6. English proficiency documents such as TOFEL {≥500 (Paper-based); or ≥173 (Computer-based); or ≥61 (Internet-based)} or IELTS {≥ 5.5 (all band scores ≥4.0} will be used to determine applicant is English proficiency.

7. A certificate of student status (issued by the home university registrar office)

8. Bank statement (For non-MOU participants)

Please scan all required documents and send via e-mail:

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