logo

B.J.M. TCAS Round 3 Admission 2020

Monday, 13 January 2020

Apply Now - 26th Feb 2020 Click

1. Degree Awards

             The Bachelor of Arts Program in Journalism (Mass Media Studies) or B.J.M. Program is a bachelor’s degree program. Throughout the study, the classes are conducted at Rangsit Campus of Thammasat University. The University reserves the rights to announce changes in class location if the issue is approved by Thammasat University Council.

2.  Applicant Qualifications

            Specific qualifications

                   (1) Thai students graduated from Thai School or equivalent must meet the following requirements:

                        -  Completion of secondary school education or equivalent

                        - Attainment of an average score of at least 2.50 or equivalent in further Mathayom education.

                        - An English proficiency test score of one of the following types within 2 years up to the date of application:                            

TOEFL

minimum score 61 (Internet-based)                                                      

OR

IELTS (Academic)

minimum score 6.0

OR

TU-GET

minimum score 500

OR

SAT

minimum score 400 (Evidence Based Reading and Writing)

 

 

 

                 (2)  Thai students or foreign students graduated from abroad or international schools in Thailand  must meet the following requirements:

            -  Completion of secondary school education or equivalent

            - The attainment of an average score of at least 2.50 or equivalent in further Mathayom education, or equivalents. The following conditions shall be applied:

               1. British education system

                        1.1 Applicants shall have GCE ‘A’ Level results in 3 subjects, with grades A*-C; or

                           1.2 Applicants shall have Cambridge Pre-U results in 3 subjects, scoring at least M1 or D1-D3 in each subject.

               2. American/Canadian system

                   Applicants taking the GED tests before May 2560 BE shall have GED results in 5 subjects with a minimum score of 500 in each subject.

                  Applicants taking the GED tests after May 2560 BE shall have GED results in 4 subjects, scoring at least 165 in each subject. Applicants must also submit an official high school transcript of grade 10 and 11. This qualification is equivalent to high school diploma in Language Arts or Arts-Math (as previously called) programs only.

               3. New Zealand’s system

                   3.1 Applicants shall have the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) under supervision of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) with no less than 80 credits, consisting of

                        - Subjects in Level 2 or higher, comprising of no less than 60 credits; and                                          

                        - Subjects in Level 1 or higher, comprising of no less than 20 credits

                        English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) is also a subject included in the consideration

                        Applicants shall have an NCEA level 2 certificate, a Record of Achievement, and a certificate from New Zealand Qualifications Authorithy (NZQA) confirming the level, numbers of subjects and number of credit of each subject.

                        All in all, the criteria under Paragraph 2.3.1 apply to high school graduates from New Zealand from the academic year of 2553 BE; or

                  3.2 Applicants shall have the New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) under supervision of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) with no less than 60 credits from at least 5 different subjects in Level 2 of higher and 2 compulsory subjects; namely

                        - English (literacy) in Level 2 or higher, at least 4 credits

                        - Mathematics (numeracy) in Level 2 or higher, at least 4 credits

                        All in all, the criteria under Paragraph 2.3.2 apply to high school graduates from New Zealand from the academic year of 2552 BE;

              4. International Baccalaureate (IB) Programs

                  4.1 Applicants shall have a High School Diploma from a school in Thailand approved by the Ministry of Education; or

                  4.2 Applicants who graduated from overseas shall have an IB Diploma: that is; having a total score of no less than 24 points from 5 subjects and 1 elective subject, and shall have passed the evaluation on Extended Essay (EE), Theory of Knowledge (TOK), and Creativity, Action & Service (CAS) under the criteria of International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO); or

                  4.3 Applicants have IB Diploma Course Results (IBCR) of at least 5 different subjects and receiving no lower than Grade 3 in each subject.

             5. International programs from other countries outside paragraph 2.1-2.4

                Please check the equivalency of overseas qualifications from the Ministry of Education’s Announcement on Equivalency of Overseas Qualifications announced on 18 January 2545 BE.

             6. For applicants who graduated or obtained test scores prior to 1 August 2562 BE, the Council of University Presidents of Thailand’s Criteria on Equivalency of High School Qualifications in University Admission, 2562 BE are applied.                                          

            - An English proficiency test score of one of the following types within 2 years up to the date of application:                            

TOEFL

minimum score 61 (Internet-based)                                                      

OR

IELTS (Academic)

minimum score 6.0

OR

TU-GET

minimum score 500

OR

SAT

minimum score 400 (Evidence Based Reading and Writing)

 

 

3. Number of Admissions: 55              

Remarks: In case the number of qualified applicants in Inter Portfolio 1 Round is less than 20, the remaining slots will be added to this round (TBA).

4. Selection criteria

            Selection criteria consist of 2 parts listed below :

            (1) Written Examination (TU 10: Basic Understanding of Media and Communication + Current Affairs)

            (2) English-Language Interview

B.J.M. Program Admission Calendar: TCAS Round 3

Items

Program Admission 1

More info.

1. Apply for specific subject

14th Jan – 26th Feb 2020

www.tuadmissions.in.th

 

2. Payment Period

14th Jan – 26th Feb 2020

 

3. Document Submission

6th March 2020

(9.00 – 12.00 hrs.)

1. A certified copy of identification card or passport (for foreign applicant only)

2. A certified copy of high school certificate or equivalency certificate

   - Graduated high school students must submit a certified copy of high school certificate or equivalency certificate

    - Students who are currently study in Mathayom 6 or Grade 12 must submit an official letter confirming your student status (issue within 1 month).  

3. A certified copy of high school transcript

4. A certified copy of an English Proficiency Test

4. Written Examination

6th March 2020

(13.00 – 16.00 hrs.)

Thammasat University, Rangsit campus

5. Announcement of the written exam score

10th April 2020

via Email and Post

 

6. Apply via TCAS System

17th – 27th April 2020

student.mytcas.com

7. Interview Exam

 

11th May 2020

Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus

8. Announcement of Successful Candidates

15th May 2020

www.jc.tu.ac.th/bjm

 

 

 

Announcement of Thammasat University for specific subject in Thai version: Click

Announcement of Thammasat University for TCAS Round 3 in Thai version: Click

-unofficial release-