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An impressive range of higher education institutions, both academic and vocational, welcome growing numbers of local and international students wanting to study in Thailand. Although Thai is the officially approved language of instruction, an increasing number of programmes are taught in English.
Universities in Thailand set their own admissions requirements for students with international qualifications. To apply to many universities, Cambridge students must have Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications as well as five Cambridge IGCSE qualifications. The Council of University Presidents Thailand (CUPT), a network of universities in Thailand, expects these requirements to be the standard for its member universities from 2019 onwards.
Please always check directly with your target institution and/or study destination for up-to-date admissions requirements and policies for local and international students.
Find out which universities in Thailand recognise Cambridge qualifications by searching our recognitions database.