Chulalongkorn University is the oldest and one of the most prestigious universities in Thailand. Founded in 1917 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI), the university was named as a tribute to the king’s royal father, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). Over a period of time, Chulalongkorn University, or Chula for short, has grown to become a full-fledged university. Today, Chula has eighteen faculties, a graduate school, eleven research institutes, three teaching institutes, and four affiliated institutions with more than 2,800 faculty members. The Chulalongkorn University campus covers 500 acres in the heart of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. The campus is within reach of the major business and financial district, as well as various other facilities.
- Chulalongkorn Fact Sheet
- Chulalongkorn Business School brochure
- Take a tour of Chulalongkorn
- About Chulalongkorn
- Useful Information
- Application Checklist
Please note: students are not accepted into the program until they submit their application and deposit to the UF International Center. You can start your online application today!
The word “Thai” means “land of the free” even though it is more well known as the “land of smiles”. When visitors arrive in this kingdom, they are greeted with warm hospitality and a smile. This country of approximately 60 million people is also the only country in Southeast Asia that has never been colonized. Tourism has become an important industry in the country. More people visit Thailand than any other country in Southeast Asia. In 2000, more than 9 million people visited Thailand.
Thailand is a country in transition changing from an agricultural to an industrial-based economy. Large disparities in socio-economic welfare remain, caused by disparities in the distribution of wealth, environmental degradation and the effects of urbanization. The accessibility of basic services for the majority of the population is very good. Immunization coverage has been maintained at 95 per cent for the past five years.
Fall Semester: Mid-August to Mid-December
Spring Semester: Mid-January to Mid-May
The Thai Business Degree is broken up into a Four-Year Study Plan. Students can choose any course offered in each semester as long as they have the appropriate prerequisite background. The class schedule for each semester will be updated and finalized a month prior to the beginning of the semester. It is advised to have a list of alternate courses in case you cannot get your first choice. At present time, to see the study plan, click on each course and pull up the most recent syllabus.
Courses may be submitted for UF equivalency with an International Course Equivalency Request Form. Please see an academic advisor for information pertaining to requesting equivalencies.
Language of Instruction
All courses are in English. It is important to note that very little English is spoken in Bangkok.
Grade & Credit Conversion
Credits are comparable to UF credit system.
|Letter grade||Meaning||Equivalent grade point||Approximate|
|Rough Expense Comparison||Semester at UF||Semester at CU|
|UFIC Admin. Fee||-||$300|
|Housing / Utilities||$2,620||$1,500|
|Internet / Cable||$455||Included|
- UF Cost of Attendance determined by Office for Student Financial Affairs
- CU Cost of Attendance determined by UF International Center
- CU webpage for incoming exchange students
Thailand is in the heart of Southeast Asia and therefore a convenient gateway to Indochina, Myanmar, Cambodia and Southern China. It is very easy to travel by air to many of the seventy-six provinces in Thailand. Internal air travel is cheap, easy, and quite efficient. The BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) Office will also arrange off-campus field trips.