Graduate Program in Bioclinical Sciences (International Program)

Admission Decision

Selection of applicants will be based primarily on written examination, scores in an English proficiency test [TU-GET (500), TOEFL (PBT 500 or CBT and iBT equivalent), or IELTS (6.0)], and interview organized by the Graduate Program Committee. For international students, only interview and English proficiency scores are required. English proficiency examination will be exempted for applicants who are native English-speakers or those from countries using English as an official language, or those who graduated from a university or recognized institute in an English-speaking country. Applicants who do not meet the full requirements for English proficiency may be enrolled to the program on a probationary period of up to one semester with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee.
Written Examination (100 points)
General knowledge (50 points): Thai language, Memorable events, Geography, History, Art, Culture, Computer and information technology, etc.
Basic knowledge in bioclinical sciences (50 points): Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Research methodology, Statistics, or other related subjects
Oral Examination/Interview (100 points)
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