TCAS Round 5

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TCAS 2018 (Round 5th: Direct Admission)

Extended Application Deadline for TCAS (Round 5th)

Application period

5 – 11 July 2018

Announcement of eligible for interview

16 July 2018

Interview day (English)

17 July 2018

Announcement of passed candidates

20 July 2018

Interview Day:

Evidence Check: 08.30 – 09.00 hrs. at Room 601, 6th Fl.

Interview time: 09.00 – 12.00 hrs. at Room 619, 6th Fl.

Place: Faculty of Architecture and Planning | Thammasat University Rangsit Campus

 

Evidences to be presented on Interview Day

Thai Graduates Overseas Graduates
1. Application Form 1. Application Form
2. A copy of identification card (with presented original) 2. A copy of Passport (with presented original)
3. High School Transcript (GPAX) 3. Certificate or High School Equivalency
4. GAT/ PAT/ O-NET Scores 4. SAT (Math) is not below than 450 or equivalent
5. A copy of change of name certificate (if applicable) 5. A copy of change of name certificate (if applicable)
6. English proficiency requirement TU-GET/ TOELF/ IELTS 6. English proficiency requirement TU-GET/ TOELF/ IELTS
7. Candidate’s portrait

(three one-inch photo s, taken within the last six months)

7. Candidate’s portrait

(three one-inch photo s, taken within the last six months)

8. House Registration (with presented original) 8. House Registration (with presented original)
9. A copy of parents’ identification card 9. A copy of parents’ identification card
10. Portfolio (if available) 10. Portfolio (if available)

 

 

Entry Requirement

1.Applicant’s qualification

An applicant must currently be studying or satisfactorily completed Year 12 of secondary education or its equivalent that complies with the curriculum of the Ministry of Education (Thailand) or its equivalent from other countries (grade 12 or equivalent) with the cumulative GPA of not less than 2.5.

 

An overseas applicant must satisfactorily have completed Year 12 of secondary education or its equivalent that complies with the curriculum of the Ministry of Education (Thailand) and obtains the certificate, the official transcript of General Education Development (GED).

 

An applicant must submit one of the following test results for evaluation

–       Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) (Math 450, Critical reading 350)

–       Chulalongkorn University Aptitude Test (CU-AAT) (Math 450)

–       SMART 1 (Math 40)

–       International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma (Math 5)

–       A-Level or NCEA or NZQA (Math B or Achieved)

–       IGCSE or GCSE (Math not less than B)

 

2.English proficiency requirement

An applicant must have one of the following English proficiency results

 

TOEFL

Paper-Based

TOEFL

Computer- Based

TOEFL

Internet-Based

TU-GET IELTS

(Academic)

500 173 61 500 6.0

In case of the applicant with insufficient English proficiency results but is carrying outstanding academic records. The applicant may apply with one of the following English proficiency results

TOEFL

Paper-Based

TOEFL

Computer- Based

TOEFL

Internet-Based

TU-GET IELTS

(Academic)

400 97 32 400 4.5

Test results must be attained within two years of application submission and must be submitted before the interview.

 

3. Portfolio is required to be submitted during the interview stage.

 

Qualifications

1. An applicant must completed Year 12 (M. 6) of secondary education of local school, international schools or its equivalent that was certified by the Ministry of Education (Thailand) with the cumulative GPA (Year 1012 / M.4M.6) of not less than 2.5

 

2. For an applicant currently studying or completed studying abroad or by educational system abroad:

Qualification

  • An applicant must be currently studying Year 12 in that country or
  • An applicant must completed Year 12 in that country or
  • An applicant must completed an education equivalent to Year 12 in that country

Result

  • An applicant currently studying Year 12 in that country must have cumulative GPA of at least four semesters not less than 2.50 or equivalent to 2.50.
  • An applicant completed studying Year 12 in that country must have cumulative GPA of not less than 2.50 or equivalent to 2.50.
  • An applicant completed studying from the USA must obtain the certificate of General Educational Development (GED) and the Official Transcript of GED Test which have GPAX not less than 2.50 or equivalent to 2.50 and must have SAT score or equivalent of not less than 450 in Math and of not less than 350 in Critical Reading.
  • An applicant completed studying from the UK must obtain the IGCSE or GCSE or GCE OLevel certificate and passed more than five subjects. Each subject must receive grade C or above. For GCE AScertificate, an applicant must passed more than 3 subjects and each subject must receive grade C or above. For GCEALevel certificate, an applicant must passed more than 3 subjects and each subject, including Math, must receive grade C or above.
  • An applicant completed studying from the New Zealand (NZQA) must obtain the NCEA certificate, Record of Achievement and a letter that identifies level of study, subjects and credits from NZQA not less than 80 credits while Math score must be Achieved’.
  • Remark: The equivalent scores to SAT Math are International Baccalaureate  (Math) of not less than grade 4, CUAAT Math of not less than 450 or SMART 1 Math of not less than 40.  

 

3. An applicant must have English language test score of one of the following tests: TUGET not less than 500, TOEFL Paperbased not less than 500, TOEFL Computerbased not less than 173, TOEFL Internetbased not less than 61 or IELTS not less than 6.

 

4. In the case that an applicant does not have the English language test score as indicated in topic 3 but has excellent study record, the faculty may accept the applicant to study on the conditions that an applicant must have English language test score of one of the following tests: TUGET not less than 400, TOEFL Paperbased not less than 400, TOEFL Computerbased not less than 97, TOEFL Internetbased not less than 32 or IELTS not less than 4.5. The scores as indicated in topic 3 and 4 must be within 2 years from the exam date to the interview day.

 

5. An application must have specific intention to apply to and study at the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University