UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

CLASS LEVELS
FOR STUDENTS AT
THE
KMUTT ARE
DETERMINED
Based upon a student’s academic program and the total number of credit hours accumulated at the start of the term.
FRESHMAN
TRANSFER
How to Apply
Thank you for interest in applying to KMUTT. Before entering into our university’s international academic,
culture and experience — You need to apply KMUTT. The following steps explain all you need to know
when applying for admission to KMUTT.
Step One
Checking the admission information and completing the online application form
Admission Calendar
Entry Requirements
1. Equivalency Qualifications (For Undergraduate only)
In order to make a competitive application to KMUTT, students should have already achieved, or expect to obtain one of the following qualifications with the grades shown, or another equivalence. Please check your equivalent qualification from our international list.
2. English Language Requirement
Decide on the program(s) you wish to study
Applicants should have decided the program you would like to have further education. Please click here to see all of the international program list.
Approximate tuition fee
Complete all relevant sections
Applicants should have checked the following list for all the relevant documents and attach certified true copies of all required academic documents
Submit the completed online application form
Applicants can access the following links to apply the online application and upload all the academic documents.
Contact Office : Admissions and Recruitment Office (admission@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Two
Selection process
The university will review your applications. There are 3 main areas that we look at – standardized test results, your attitudes and performance, and physical examination. In addition, working experience for graduate level candidates may be on request. 
Moreover, some programs will accept applications directly. They have set their own specific rules and requirements for admission according to their programs. This process may take up to 4 weeks to review all of your background knowledge.
Contact Office : Admissions and Recruitment Office (admission@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Three
Wait for an announcement / a response
The university will response via email, and successful international applicants will receive a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) which will be printed on the official letterhead of the university and signed by an officially authorized person from the University. The letter will provide information on the field of study, the name of school/ faculty, the duration of study, a certain commencing date and other important details. It will take up to 2 weeks to be delivered to your address.
Contact Office : Admissions and Recruitment Office (admission@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Four
Applying for a Student Visa
With the Letter of Acceptance, a photocopy of your passport (which must be valid for at least 6 more months), recent passport-size photographs, and other required documents, you can apply for your student visa at a Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country. Apparently, you should be granted a non-immigrant: education class or Non-ED, which is the right type of visa for study purpose
More details about the visa application, please visit www.mfa.go.th
Contact Office : International Affairs Office (int.off@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Five
Your first arrival
Once you have arrived, you should go to the International Affairs (IA), the 6th floor, the Office of the President Building, Bangmod Campus as soon as you can. Alternatively, the university can provide an airport pick up upon request. IA Staff will be able to assist you with a necessary settle down, currency exchange, the Orientation Program, and where you should go for your enrollment session including open a bank account.
All international students are expected to participate in the University’s Orientation Program which usually occurs at least two weeks before classes begin. The Orientation Program for newly arrived international students has been purposefully designed and included general information on enrollment, visa management, campus facilities, public transport, shopping, recreational activities, and other social functions.
Contact Office : International Affairs Office (int.off@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Six
Arranging accommodation
The University strongly suggests that you should stay in KMUTT Dormitory (on-campus) or our network accommodation (off campus) for your convenience. It’s better to make a reservation before arrival.
Meanwhile, you may probably need to arrange temporary accommodation at Heliconia House in KMUTT. If you choose to do this, we recommend that you should arrive KMUTT before the orientation session. This will help to give you enough time to ‘house hunt’ and settle down before your university life starts.
Contact Office : International Affairs Office (int.off@kmutt.ac.th)
Step Seven
Enrollment
Regarding to the university’s rules, all new students have to enroll in order to confirm that they will study at KMUTT. This procedure is administered by the Registrar’s Office. You can get more information on orientation day.
Remark: A physical examination is required before registration.
Contact Office: Registrar’s Office (regist@kmutt.ac.th)
© Copyright 2017 Admissions and recruitment office, KMUTT All rights reserved.