Thailand Housing and Student Life

Undergraduate Thailand Housing

Study abroad students housed off campus at Sala Hua-Hin. Sala is serviced by the Webster campus shuttle, making the 20 minute commute to campus a cinch for students! Housing all study abroad undergraduate students, Sala Hua-Hin, a serviced apartment and resort close to the beach-front in Hua Hin. Rooms boast sea, mountain, or pool views…. A real student paradise!

Sala Hua Hin

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Sala swimming pool Sala cafe

OVERVIEW - Type of Units:

  • Double occupancy rooms available.
  • Single occupancy rooms available.
  • All rooms are fully furnished and include a bed, desk, and wardrobe.
  • Utilities (electricity & water) and the cleaning fee are paid of out pocket and billed to student per month.

Amenities at Sala:

    • Each room is equipped with a fridge, water heater, TV, and a private bathroom
    • Student lounge area
    • Laundry facility (coin operated)
    • Wireless Internet access
    • Open-air restaurant
    • Pool access
    • Coffee/Tea bar
    • Workout room
    • Well serviced by campus shuttle – just a few minutes walk to the bus stop!

The level of security at Sala Hua Hin offers peace of mind to students and parents.Residence Assistants live on the premises and students will have swipe card to access the elevator and their room.

What is Provided for Study Abroad Students:

Bedding is provided for study abroad students. Webster-Thailand does not provide radios, towels or hair dryers. Packing lists will be given in your orientation packet at the end of the semester. Residence Assistants live on the premises and are available to help students manage and enjoy their residence hall lives as part of the Webster community.

Take a tour of Sala Hua Hin now!

                   

Graduate Thailand Housing

Graduate students must arrange their own housing accommodations and meals in Bangkok.Staff at Webster University Thailand will provide graduate students with a range housing options in Bangkok close to campus, in either local apartments or residence halls that offer easy access to the University. Students can apply for University-recommended accommodations off campus or students can secure their own private accommodations.

After acceptance, students can apply for housing by contacting Shylah Antones, Executive Assistant to Rector with Webster University Thailand. For more details, please visit: http://www.webster.ac.th/admissions-and-aid/graduate-admissions/graduate-housing/

Student Life in Thailand

Webster University-Thailand also hosts a number of major social events during the year, including holiday parties, ice breaker for new students, and talent shows. The Student Services team at Webster Thailand can help you make the most of being in Cha-Am with information on the local area, activities and events across the city.

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Thailand mall   Fall 2012 students at Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

Follow Hailey, Stu and David, our Thailand experts, as they lead you through the life of a Thailand study abroad student. Learn more about life in Sala, the local food, keeping in touch, speaking Thai and more!   

   

Holidays and School-Sponsored Trips

 

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