Thailand Program Details | Webster University

Thailand Program Details

Costs
Dates
Passports and Visas
Helpful Links

Studying abroad in Thailand isn’t all shopping, beaches and Pad Thai, it does take some work! This page covers many of the important details you’ll need to know in order to make your study abroad experience happen.

2018-19 Program Costs

Program Dates

Summer Term 2019 (Undergraduate: Cha-am)

Date Program
May 30 - May 31 Mandatory Orientation 
June 3 - July 26 Course Dates
July 26 Classes End
Within 4 days after final exams Departure Dates

 

Summer Term 2019 (Graduate: Bangkok)

Date Program
May 27 Mandatory Orientation
May 27 - July 26 Course Dates
July 26 Classes End
Within 4 days after final exams Departure Dates (or later, depends on lease agreement)

 

Fall Semester 2019 (Undergraduate: Cha-am)

Date Program
August 22-23 Mandatory Orientation
August 26-December 20 Course Dates
October 21-25 Fall Break
Within 3 days after Finals exams Departure Dates

 

Fall 1 Term 2019 (Graduate Only: Bangkok)

Date Program
August 19 Mandatory Orientation
August 19-October 18 Course Dates
August 18 Classes End
Within 3 days after Final exams Departure Date 

 

Fall 2 Term 2019 (Graduate Only: Bangkok)

Date Program
October 21 Mandatory Orientation
October 21- December 20 Course Dates
December 20 Classes End
Within 3 days after Final exams Departure Date (or later, depending on lease agreement)

 

Spring 2019 Semester (Undergraduate: Cha-am)

Date Program
January 7-9 Airport Pick-up Dates
January 10-11 Mandatory Orientation
January 14- May 10 Course Dates
Within 3-4 days after Final exams Departure Dates/Last day in Webster housing

 

Spring 1 Term 2019 (Graduate Only: Bangkok)

Date Program
January 4-6 Airport Pick-up Dates
January 7 Mandatory Orientation
January 7 - March 10 Course Dates
Within 3-4 days after Final exams Departure Dates (or later, depending on lease agreement)

 

Spring 2 Term 2019 (Graduate Only: Bangkok)

Date Programs
March 11-13 Airport Pick-up Dates
March 16 Mandatory Orientation
March 18- May 19 Course Dates
Within 3-4 days after Final exams Departure dates (or later, depending on lease agreement)

 

Passport and Visa

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All students who study abroad in Thailand must apply for a Thailand Non-Immigrant (Category ED) visa. After acceptance, you will be guided through the visa application process by the OSA staff. While the Office of Study Abroad will assist participants about procedures and requirements, securing a visa is an individual responsibility, and not one that OSA or Webster University can or will assume.

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