FAQ

1. If I study in a Thai program, am I eligible for international programs at Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University?

Yes, you are! Because the international programs of Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University do not require a high school certificate from an international program or international schools, students in Thai programs are eligible to apply. In fact, 90 percent of Warwick Institute’s students are in Thai programs. With diligence and strong work-ethic, Warwick Institute will develop your skills to ensure that you can sail through all the exams.

If my GPA is less than 3.0, what should I do next?

Most of international programs at Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University don’t have a GPA requirement for their application. There is no need to worry about GPA. You only need to focus on your English Proficiency and Standardized Test scores to be the best as you can.


3. If I graduated from a school overseas, what should I do next?

First of all, you have to verify your degree or certificate at the Thai Ministry of Education and submit the verification paper from the Ministry when applying for the universities. After that, you need to prepare for the English Proficiency and Standardized tests that you need for the admission.

4. What is the course structure?

All new students must study in foundational courses first because these are the stepping stone to the other advanced courses. The courses are SAT & CU-AAT Mathematics part: Beginner Mathematics and Fundamental English. In addition, there are SAT II & CU-ATS Physics: Beginner, SAT II & CU-ATS Chemistry: Beginner, and CU-TAD Drawing: Beginner for specific requirements. There are simulation tests to evaluate students’ performance at the end of each courses that will sort them to the suitable level.

5. Which course should I start with?

All students should start from SAT & CU-AAT Mathematics: Beginner level and Fundamental English at the same time because all students will need both Mathematics and English test scores to apply for almost every international program at Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University. It is possible to take both of them at the same time: as the course timetables will not overlap with one another. If a student only takes one course at a time: math or English, they won’t have enough time to prepare for both types of exam.

6. What is the Simulation Test?

The Simulation Test is mock SAT exam: exam content, exam paper, exam room, timings, proctors, and all exam rules are equivalent to SAT in order to help students get used to the real exam environment. It helps students learn to deal with the atmosphere, excitement, and time management required to do well on the exam. Moreover, the Simulation Test score will be used to assess the students’ level and help them develop further.

7. What is a workshop? When and how to attend?

A workshop is a free consultation session for parents and students who want to apply for international programs at Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University. It is available every week: Monday-Wednesday 17:00 and Saturday-Sunday 12:00 and 16:00. Each session will last one and a half hours. Students or parents interested in joining should please book a session by phone or on Warwick Institute’s website. Most importantly, students should bring their parents with them so that the parents will gain insight into the process and preparation at the same time.

8. How to enroll in courses at Warwick Institute?

There are 2 simple ways to enroll here:

  1. Enroll directly at Warwick Institute by credit card or debit card.
  2. Transfer via Kasikorn bank account with Warwick Institute form. Before every transfer, the student must ask for a Student Code with Warwick Institute by phone first.

9. How to get more information?

You can call us at Warwick Institute: 02-658-4880, and we would recommend you to like Warwick Institute’s Fanpage at Facebook.com to receive important and upcoming information from us