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Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarships for Full Time Undergraduate Students Tuition Fees Waiver

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Scholarship Details

Walailak University International College (Thailand) is pleased to open admissions for the next semester and to award Full and Partial Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarships to full time undergraduate students for the 2018 – 2021 academic period!

Which study programs are covered?

-        Digital Innovation Engineering (B.Eng.),

-        Logistic Analytics and Supply Chain Management (B.B.A),

-        Law and Legal Applications (LL.B.).

What is the waiver worth?

-        Up to US$ 14,000-35,000 (for the entire academic period), depending on the study program.

Which fees are fully or partially waived?

        Tuition fees, laboratory fees, library fees, computer center fees, various sport center fees, in-campus transportation fees and accident insurance fees (the list is exhaustive).

What is the language of instruction?


Who is eligible to apply?

        Nationals of all countries and territories in the world.

Who qualifies to get the scholarship?

        All applicants who meet the scholarship requirements.

The Selection Committee retains the right to decide whether to award a Full or a Partial Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship to qualified applicants. Once made, the decisions are final and unappealable.

What are the scholarship requirements?

        To have a high school diploma from a G12 high school program or equivalent,

        To have a high school GPA of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent,

        To have a workable knowledge of English language,

        To have a valid passport or ID card (for Thai nationals).

In addition, applicants to Digital Innovation Engineering study program are supposed:

-        To have a high school GPA in Mathematics and Physics of at least 3.30 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent.

In addition, applicants to Logistic Analytics and Supply Chain Management study program are supposed:

-        To have a high school GPA in Mathematics of at least 3.30 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent.

How to apply?

        Send copies of the following documents, translated in English or Thai (where necessary), to wuic.admissions@mail.wu.ac.th:

-        High school diploma from a G12 high school program or equivalent,

-        High school transcripts with a GPA score,

-      Certificate of English language proficiency (where the high school language of instruction is other than English),

-        Full home address and National Identification Number (where available),

-        Passport photo page or ID card (for Thai nationals).

In the email subject line, please mention “Scholarship Application” and cite the study program to which you apply (for example, Scholarship Application: Digital Innovation Engineering).

What is the application deadline?

        31 October 2018

When does the semester start?

        7 January 2019


On living costs and expenses in and around Walailak University campus please visit: www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Hat-Yai-Thailand

On natural beauties and cultural heritage of Thailand please visit: www.tourismthailand.org

For further questions or information, please send emails to wuic.admissions@mail.wu.ac.th or visit https://wuic.wu.ac.th.

University Description
Public, autonomous, comprehensive and research-focused university with high quality, internationally-oriented curricula.
Adoption of internationally recognized “UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF)” as standards for teaching, including strong emphasis on formative assessment, active learning, small-class teaching, and technological support for students in a “smart class classrooms” environment.
odern living and sports facilities: International House, Sports Complex, Botanical Learning Center, Student Clubs, University Farm.
High quality Thai and foreign lecturers/professors, adjunct and visiting professors.