Congratulations and welcome to Kasem Bundit University. International students from more than 20 countries around the world enroll in diverse programs at Kasem Bundit University. Below are some frequently asked questions.
Kasem Bundit University operates in semester system. Academic year is divided into two semesters and one summer session. Each semester lasts 16 weeks and summer session lasts 8 weeks.
Approximately, courses are available on the system for registration one month before semester begins.
See available course on the system (Choose “English” version and “Course Description”). However, you may see available courses of each semester in Study Plan of each program. See International Programs.
The course credit is in Semester Credit Hours. Semester Credit hour is a contact hour per week that includes lecture and lab time. Each semester lasts 16 weeks. Hence, 1 credit hour is 15-16 contact hours per semester. Most courses are 3 credit hours so the course is held 3 hours a week for 16 weeks. Students tend to enroll 5-7 courses per semester. Courses are also specified the number of hour per week for lecture, Laboratory, and Self-Study as (Lecture-Laboratory-Self Study). For instance, (3-0-3) is 3 hours a week for lecture, no laboratory, and 3 hours a week for self study.
International students are required to
For new arrival, you should e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org one week before your arrival date specifying your name, flight number, and arrival time. We will send the confirmation of service to you.
International student should apply for health insurance either in the home country or in Thailand. In case that you interest to apply for health insurance in Thailand, Thai Health Insurance Public Company Limited offer Health Insurance for Inpatient Hospitalization (IPD) Coverage with annual fee approximately THB 3,500.Approximate Insurance Coverage
|Section 1||Room and Board including Nursing Care|
|Maximum coverage for each treatment for section 1, section 2, and section 3||225,000|
|1. Room and Board including Nursing Care (Maximum of 60 days) daily charge||2,500|
|2. Intensive Care Unit or Room, board, nursing care (less than 15 days) daily charge||5,000|
|3. Maximum coverage for each treatment for No. 1 and No. 2||150,000|
|4. Hospital General Expense (including outpatient expenses for follow up treatment within 30 days of discharge from the hospital)||20,000|
|5. Specialist’s Consultation fees (included in No.4) in the case of no surgery||2,000|
|6. Costs of ambulance (included in No. 4)||1,000|
|Section 2||Surgical Care Coverage|
|1. Surgeon’s Operation Fee (cover actual amount but not exceed)||25,000|
|2. Surgical consultation fee (included in No.1) in the case of surgery||2,500|
|Section 3||Physician Care Coverage|
|1. Physician Fee (maximum of 60 days) daily charge||500|
|Section 4||Outpatient Care (OPD) Coverage|
|1. Treatment as a result of accident 1 OPD treatment within 24 hours include follow up treatment within 15 days (included in No.4 of section 1)||3,600|
|Section 9||Personal Accident Coverage|
|1. Loss of Life, Dismemberment, or Permanent Disability (cover for murdered, attacked, and motorcycle accident)||10,000|