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Academic Regulations

Online registration system

Students are required to use the university online registration system to enroll, add, and drop subjects for each semester during the period announced in the academic calendar. Before the exams, students need to check the exam seat and room online. Further, students are required to evaluate the lecturers online after the midterm exam until before the final exam.

  • The website of the online registration system: Click here

Guidance for Online Enrollment

E-Classroom

General/special request

In case you have general or special requests which cannot be done through the online registrar system by yourself, you need to download the E- request form from the website Click here

 

or you can contact academic coordinator Ms. Teeranan Ritngam at the ISM office Building 21 first floor.

Class attendance

Students are not allowed to have more than three absences per subject per semester. Without valid reason, if a student has more than three absences the student won’t have the right to sit the midterm and final exams, resulting in an “F” or FAIL in that subject.

Exam Regulation

  1. Student uniform: students are required to wear student uniform when attending university Exams: Male students should wear a white shirt with the necktie and black or dark pants. Female students should wear a white shirt and black skirt. Students are required to wear closed shoes. Under the student uniform code regulations, wearing flip flops is not acceptable. (Students can find the uniform shop in front of UTCC.)
  2. Students are required to bring their Student ID card to all exams.
  3. Students who miss the final exams will automatically receive an F grade.
  4. Students must be in the exam room no later than 30 minutes before the start of an exam or it will count as an absence and will result in an automatic “F” (Fail)
  5. If a student is caught cheating the student will be automatically FAILED in the subject with a suspension as a penalty
  6. If the student is caught cheating for a second time, UTCC will inform the students’ parents and the student will be expelled from UTCC.

Grade system

The University-wide system for undergraduate grading is as follows:

Grade   Descriptions      Point

A           Excellent             4

B+         Very Good         3.5

B           Good                   3

C+         Fairly Good       2.5

C           Fairly                   2

D+         Poor                  1.5

D           Passing               1

F            Failing                0

An F will be given in the following cases:

  1. The student cannot meet the course passing requirements
  2. The student misses the final exam without the Dean’s permission.
  3. The student is not allowed to take the final exam because he/she attended the class less than 80% of the time required.
  4. The student violates one or more items listed in the University’s rules and regulations concerning the exam procedures.

In addition to the grades above, the following grades may be given.

Grade   Descriptions

W          Withdrawal with permission before the deadline

I            Incomplete coursework

S          Satisfactory completion of course

U          Unsatisfactory completion of course

Student Academic Status

  1. A student is considered in academic good standing if their accumulative GPA is 2.00 or above.
  2. A student is placed on academic probation when the cumulative GPA is below 2.00 and may require a remedial study plan to support improvement. Students on academic probation can enroll courses up to five courses (or 15 credits) and no less than three courses (9 credits).
  3. At the end of any semester, except the very first semester of the degree program, if a student’s GPA is lower than 1.50; the student is subject to dismissal.
  4. If a student’s GPA is lower than 1.75 for two consecutive semesters, the student is subject to dismissal. The first semester of the two consecutive semesters will not be include the first semester of the program.
  5. After taking courses for sixteen (16) semesters, if a student’s GPA is lower than 2.00 or the student has not been able to complete all the courses required by the degree program, the student is subject to dismissal.

Graduation

Undergraduate students should obtain clearance for graduation at least two semesters prior to the intended graduation date.

To be cleared for graduation, students must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. Completion of all courses required by the program.
  2. Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or higher. Have a good record of behavior.
  3. Have no financial obligation to the University.

The University reserves the right to withhold diploma and/or disallow a student’s graduation if the student is found guilty of serious misconduct .

Academic Calendar

Scholarships

Inbound Exchange Students

Student Services

Registration Process, Fees Payment, Finance and Bank Details

On arrival at UTCC, you need to provide the following original document: High School Diploma, Transcript, English Proficiency Certificate (if any), and ID card or passport. All the documents should be in English. You will be required to take pre-study exams (Maths/English).

The following minimum scores are required in order to pass the pre-study exams:

  • Pre-study Math exam – Minimum percentage of 50%
  • Pre-study English exam – Minimum percentage of 70%

After completing the pre-study exams (if applicable), you can pay your tuition fees at the Registration Centre on the 2nd floor of Building 24.

The tuition fee payment includes insurance, iPad, student uniform accessories, and a student ID card, while excludes your pre-study course fees (if any).  Once fees are paid the Registration Centre will issue a receipt which can be used to collect your iPad and student uniform accessories including the university belt and badges.

Then, you can visit the 3rd Floor of Building 24 to get your photo taken for your student ID card. After the picture is taken, you will be issued with a slip that you can take to Kasikorn Bank (in front of UTCC) where the student ID card and the student Thai Bank account are issued as one ATM debit card.

In order to collect your iPad, you should bring the receipt (showing full payment) to the office on the 4th Floor of Building 24.

Your school email address will be used for your hybrid learning system. ([email protected])

Social Media and Contact Information

Facebook Page:

  1. @ISMUTCC ( https://www.facebook.com/ISMUTCC/)
  2. @uonutcc (https://www.facebook.com/uonutcc/)

 

For UTCC UON Two Degree Program student

Press this link: https://network.goalbized.com/

 

Log in with your Facebook or your email and find Group on the left-hand side panel.

Please join the group called “Student Support” where we will post about student timetables and other important information.

 

Line: @utcc_inter

 

Email: [email protected]  [email protected]

 

Address: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Floor 1, Building 21, 126/1 Vibhavadee – Rangsit Road, Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

https://goo.gl/maps/KZt9nZWgj4LShtiJA

 

Tel: +66-(0)2-697-6142 (iSM secretary)

Tel: +66-(0)2-697-6131 (Academic support)

Tel: +66-(0)2-697-6140 (Student Service)

Website: https://ism.utcc.ac.th/

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Living Cost Estimates

  • The living costs are estimated to be 13,000 Baht per month which includes 5,000 Baht of apartment rental (3 to 10 minutes walking distance) and 8,000 Baht of food and other expenses.
  • The textbooks will cost approximately 3,000 Baht per semester.

Accomodation Information

  • Accommodation information

UTCC is surrounded by a range of accommodation options around the UTCC campus which have been verified by our Student Services Team.  A full list is provided by the Student Services Team, located on the Second Floor and Student Lounge in Building 21, the International School of Management.

Dormitory: start from 2,500 (class A) to 15,000 (Class C) Thai Baht/month (Excluding electricity and water rates)

  • Category A Price range – 2500 THB – 4500 THB
  • Category B Price range – 4500 THB – 6500 THB
  • Category C Price range – 6500 THB- 15,000 THB ++

You can find the full list of accommodation and accommodation request form on the attached file via the link Click Here

Campus Map, Services and Facilities

There is a total of 25 buildings at UTCC. You can find a full-size map via this link Click here

Classrooms are numbered by their room and building, for example, Room 23204; which is Building 23, 2nd floor, Room no. 04 Or Room 71010; Building 7, 10th floor, Room no. 10

The following services and facilities are provided on campus:

  • Financial and Registrar Office (Second Floor, Building 1)

 

  • Nurse Clinic (Building 22) (Doctor from Phayathai Hospital is available daily from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

 

  • Computer Lab and IT Support Centre (Fourth Floor, Building 7) (Monday – Friday)

 

  • Fitness Centre (in front of the University) (Open daily)

 

  • Sports field (Back entrance)

 

  • Co-Working Space (First Floor, Building 10)

 

  • IDE centre (Ground floor, Building 1) (Monday to Sunday)

 

  • ISM Student Lounge (First Floor, Building 21) (Monday – Friday)

 

  • Library in Building 24 (Monday – Friday)

– Floor 5 (Netflix room)

– Floor 6 (Co-working space)

Reading Area –> 08.00 a.m.- 07.45 p.m.

– Floor 7 (Books) (Monday to Sunday)

Reading Area –> 08.00 a.m.-07.45 p.m.

Transportation

  • MRT (Underground transportation): Nearest MRT is Huai Khwang Station
  • BTS (Sky Train): Nearest BTS is Victory Monument or Saphan Khwai Station
  • Taxi: Meter Taxi or Grab application
  • Motor taxi: 20 THB from MRT Huai Khwang to UTCC Campus

Insurance

Every student of UTCC ISM will be provided with a Muang Thai Life Insurance Card. Insurance needs to be paid on an annual basis, and the card renewed to ensure continued coverage. In case of sickness and accidents, please ensure you bring the insurance card for a discount at the Hospital.

 

Terms and Conditions for Insurance Cardholder

  1. This card must be used by the authorized signatory only and present with an official photo ID. This card is non-transferable.
  2. Applicable only for discount at merchants participating in Muang Thai Smile Plus Program with Muang Thai Smile Club.
  3. Use of this card constitutes acceptance of terms & conditions under which it was issued.
  4. This card must be immediately returned to Muang Thai Life Assurance PCL upon insurance contract maturity or termination of the insured’s insurance contract.

 

This card is property of Muang Thai Life Assurance PCL and can be terminated at any time upon the company’s request.

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Additional Information for Foreign Student

Pre-Arrival Checklist

  • Passport
  • Deposit receipt
  • Confirmation letter at UTCC iSM
  • Original Documents
  • Student Visa
  • Money to pay tuition fees (Thai Baht)
  • Mobile phone (for Thai sim card)
  • Plane Ticket
  • Accommodation list
  • Airport pick up form
  • Class Schedule

Visa

1. Getting Your Visa

Education Visa

Once enrolled as full-time student we will send you all the necessary documents in order to apply for your student visa at the Royal Thai Embassy or Thai Consulate in your country. (If not, you can visit the nearest Royal Thai Embassy).

Documents required for Immigration:

  1. Original passport with validity not less than 6 months
  2. Completed visa Application Form
  3. UTCC Receipt of Tuition fee
  4. UTCC sign Offer Letter
  5. One (4 x 6 cm) 2-inch photo
  6. Other documents from university
  7. Visa fee (payable at the Immigration)

 

Once you arrive in Thailand with your visa, you must inform and submit all required documents to the Student Visa Support Officer (Ms. Bui, Fourth Floor, building 10) as soon as you arrive at UTCC, your document will need one week to process.

2. Visa Extension

The validity of your Education Visa, called Non-Immigrant “ED”, issued by the Royal Thai Embassy or Immigration Bureau is 90 days from the date of entering the Kingdom. The stay permit is stamped in your passport and the Departure Card (T. M. 6) by the Immigration Officials upon your arrival in Thailand.

The application for the extension must be made to the Immigration Bureau as early as 45 days before the end of your current stay permit or extension. The duration of your visa is indicated by UTCC, though the ultimate decision on your visa duration is made by the Immigration Bureau. Your visa duration will depend on the conditions set in the UTCC visa policy below.

 

You must inform and submit all documents to the Student Visa Support Officer at least 45 days before the expiration date of your Non-ED visa. The Student Visa Support Officer will provide the necessary supporting documents and prepare transportation to the Immigration bureau.

 

Documents required for Immigration:

  1. Original passport
  2. Completed Application Form for Extension of Temporary Stay in The Kingdom (TM. 7)
  3. UTCC Receipt of Tuition fee
  4. One 2-inch photo
  5. Stamped UTCC Transcript
  6. Other documents from the university
  7. 1,900 Baht fee (payable at the Immigration)

 

3. 90 Days Report

Notification of Staying Longer than 90 Days, or the 90 Days Report is required if you stay in Thailand longer than 90 days on an Education “ED” Visa.

 

This is not the same as extending your visa and needs to be done periodically – every 90 days or 3 months – you spend at a stretch in Thailand. This cycle of reporting is required for the entire duration of your stay in Thailand.

 

The 90 Day count starts from the date which you enter Thailand. You are required to submit the 90 days report to immigration 15 days before and up to 7 days after the end of the 90 days period.

Once you report to immigration, you will receive a “Receipt of Notification” that indicates the date of your next required report.

 

It is your responsibility to ensure that you submit documents to immigration within 15 days before or 7 days after the expiration date.

 

If the Receipt of Notification is lost, you must report to the police station. The notice issued by the police must be submitted to the Immigration Bureau.

 

The first application for extension of stay is equivalent to the notification of staying in the Kingdom over 90 days.

 

If you leave the country and re-enter, the day count starts at 1 in every case.

 

Documents required for Immigration:

  1. Original passport
  2. Completed Application Form of Staying Longer Than 90 days (TM. 47)
  3. No fees are charged for this service

 

4. Re-Entry Permit – IMPORTANT

While you are on your Education visa, if you intend to leave Thailand for a trip abroad, a re-entry Permit is required in order to re-enter Thailand. With a re-entry permit, your current visa remains valid during your temporary stay outside Thailand.

 

There are two types of re-entry permits:

Single Entry: Allowing you to leave and re-enter Thailand only once.

Multiple Entry: Allowing you to leave and re-enter Thailand multiple times till the validity of your visa.

 

Multiple Entry is strongly recommended for students who are on a 12-month visa and plan to travel outside of Thailand.

 

Re-Entry Permit must be applied for, in-person, by the passport holders (you) only. The Immigration Bureau at Chaeng Watthana is usually able to process a re-entry permit on the same day. You may also apply for the same at the Immigration Checkpoint in the airport during departure.

 

You need to ensure that you submit your documents to the immigration bureau before leaving the country and get the re-entry permit stamp on your passport.

 

Documents required for Immigration:

  1. Passport with a photocopy
  2. Completed Application Form for Re-Entry into the Kingdom (TM. 8)
  3. One 2-inch photo taken within the last 6 months
  4. Fees (payable at the Immigration) Thai Baht 1,000 for single re-entry (Baht 1,200 at the airport); Thai Baht 3,800 for multiple re-entries (Baht 4,000 at the airport)

 

5. Residence Registration (TM30)

All foreign nationals residing in Thailand are required to register their current residential address with Thai Immigration.

 

Popularly known as TM30, the underlying laws are about the obligation of a landlord (or house master, possessor, manager) to report the stay of a foreigner (non-Thai national) in his/her property. All foreigners staying in Thailand and their hosts should be aware of this. Landlords renting out their premises to foreigners are required to report the residential status of the foreigner within 24 hours of arrival of foreigners. The reporting needs to be done on each occasion the foreigner leaves the premises (travels to a different province or country) and returns to take-up residence again at the said premises.

 

In principle, the prime responsibility of reporting a foreigner rests with the property owner, not with the tenant or with the agent or property manager, but all could experience trouble when the papers are not in good order. Reportedly, there have been cases that tenants were fined instead of the landlord, when they reported at Immigration for 90-days or to get a visa extension.

 

Please ensure that your landlord is consistently reporting your arrival to Immigration using the TM.30 form. The reporting needs to be done every time you leave Thailand and return with a new (arrival and) departure card in your passport, because your departure card number has changed.

 

You can submit the same to the Immigration directly, in case your landlord is unavailable or refuses to report.

 

Documents required for Immigration:

  1. Completed Application Form (TM. 30)
  2. List of foreign nationals residing at the given premises along with passport numbers, departure card numbers and dates of arrival.
  3. Copy of the title deed of the property.
  4. Copy of rental contract with landlord.
  5. Photo ID (Thai Citizen ID) of landlord.

Things You Must Know About Thailand

Basic Thai Phrases
Hello Sawadee khrub/ka
Yes Chai (khrub/ka)
No Mai (khrub/ka)
Thank you Khop Khun (khrub/ka)
Sorry/Excuse me Khor thoad khrub/ka
Where is the restroom? Hong nam yoo tee nai khrub/ka
I need a doctor. Phom dong gaan pai haa mor khrub/ka
No worries./Never mind. Mai pen rai khrub/ka
Can you speak English? Kun pood paasaa anggrit dai mai
Not spicy, please. Mai ped khrub/ka
UTCC Mor hor kan khar
20 baht/100 baht Yee sib baht/hueng roi baht

Do’s and Don’ts
·       Do respect all Buddha images.

·       Do dress properly when visiting a temple.

·       Do treat monks with the highest respect.

·       Do enjoy Thailand

·       Do smile a lot.

·       Do try and learn a few basic phrases in Thai, like ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’.

·       Do treat monks with the highest respect.

·       Don’t show disrespect towards the Thai Royal Family.

·       Don’t be overly affectionate in public.

·       Don’t touch a Thai person’s head.

·       Don’t place your feet on the table

·       Don’t take Buddha images out of the country.

·       Don’t overstay your visa.

 

Electrical Appliances: The standard electricity supply in Thailand is 220V and the standard outlet is a 2 or 3 pin US plug.

Transportation to UTCC from the airport

  • From Suvarnabhumi Airport: You can take the airport link to Makkasan Station and change to MRT Phetchaburi, then get off at the MRT Huai Khwang Station (Exit 3).
  • From Don Muang Airport: You can take the Airport Bus A1, get off at the MRT Chatuchak station, and then take the MRT to Huai Khwang Station (Exit 3).
  • Address: 126/1 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Ratchadaphisek, Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400, Thailand. Tel: 02-697-6131
  • For Airport pickup, click on this link to fill in the form Open here

Insurance

Every student of UTCC ISM will be provided with a Muang Thai Life Insurance Card. Insurance needs to be paid on an annual basis, and the card renewed to ensure continued coverage. In case of sickness and accidents, please ensure you bring the insurance card for a discount at the Hospital.

 

Terms and Conditions for Insurance Cardholder

  1. This card must be used by the authorized signatory only and present with an official photo ID. This card is non-transferable.
  2. Applicable only for discount at merchants participating in Muang Thai Smile Plus Program with Muang Thai Smile Club.
  3. Use of this card constitutes acceptance of terms & conditions under which it was issued.
  4. This card must be immediately returned to Muang Thai Life Assurance PCL upon insurance contract maturity or termination of the insured’s insurance contract.

This card is property of Muang Thai Life Assurance PCL and can be terminated at any time upon the company’s request.

Emergency Contact

  • Tourist Police – 1155

 

  • Ambulance and rescue – 1554

 

  • Public Ambulance – 1669

 

  • Contact your Local Embassy

Student Journey

Undergraduate programs at UTCC – International School of Management offers an exciting university life. Students learn by doing, they participate in international events, attend workshops, every student gets opportunity to grow their global network of friends and colleagues during the 4 years of study time.

We tried to put together some interesting and major milestones you will experience during your studies at UTCC – ISM.

Have a look at our “Student Journey Time Line”.

Undergraduate Student Journey