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How to Apply & Requirements

Webster University welcomes applicants from all over the world. Prospective students will have their application files reviewed individually to ascertain the fit between prior educational accomplishments and established academic expectations at Webster.

Click here to see a list of Credentials that we accept

UNDERGRADUATES: APPLY ONLINE HERE

TO WAIVE THE $35 APPLICATION FEE, PLEASE INTRODUCE THE PROMO CODE “thai” IN THE DISCOUNT BOX AFTER YOU SUBMIT THE APPLICATION

Documents Required To Apply

WUT Scholarships/ Bursaries Are Still Available For The Current Academic Year! Apply Now!

Webster University Thailand believes in the right of everyone to have an opportunity for higher education. To that purpose Webster University Thailand offers comprehensive financial assistance programs and scholarships for qualified students to provide them tools with which to make higher education possible. Even if you might not consider yourself eligible for financial aid or scholarship possibilities, please take the time to explore all the options available to you. You may discover options that will surprise you, and this will open the path for your future, so that you can enroll, develop, and graduate from a worldwide institution.

Types of Scholarships / Bursaries available

Documents Required To Apply

  • WUT Entrance Scholarship application form, completed and signed
  • Supporting financial documentation such as bank statements, tax returns, etc.
  • Optional documents: certificate of achievement, awards certificate

 

WEBSTER THAILAND HAS WAIVED THE $35 APPLICATION FEE

Make sure you have all the required documents listed above, and submit them to us through the following methods:

  • Method 1: Scan in the documents and send them by e-mail to admissions@webster.ac.th
  • Method 2: Post the documents, along with original certified transcripts to:

    Webster University Thailand

    143 Moo 5, Tambon Sampraya,

    Cha- Am, Petchaburi 76120

    Thailand

  • Method 3: Submit your prepared documents to our local representatives in your area.

After you have applied

Average finishing time for applications with all documents is three weeks. However, students who require student loans and/or visas are advised to submit all documents at least 2 months prior to the intended starting date. Here is what usually happens during that period.

  1. You submit your application form and the related documents through any of the methods listed above, and within the deadlines.
  2. Admissions office will send you an e-mail confirming the receipt of your application. (If you missed some document you will be notified).
  3. You will receive an e-mail from Webster University St. Louis (Main Campus) with will contain your Application Tracking user name and password (Check status).
  4. University will evaluate and respond with Full / Provisional / Conditional Acceptance usually within a week of initially receiving your documents. This may take up to 3 weeks for students with credit transfers. This process is usually called the Admissions Offer.
  5. Once you receive the Admissions Offer you need to send back your confirmation by filling out the appropriate forms.
  6. When we receive your confirmation we will post the original letter of acceptance, a letter of payment, and when applicable, a letter to the Royal Thai Embassy requesting a visa for non-Thai students, and other appropriate documents.
  7. You must make payment for tuition within the date indicated in the letter of payment to secure your admissions as the Offer of Admissions is subject to your tuition payment.
  8. If you are a student who does not reside in Thailand then you should take all documents to the Royal Thai Embassy in your country to request a student visa at least one month before leaving for Thailand . See details: Visas and Residency.
  9. You will also be required to confirm your choice of student housing and arrival information (forms will be sent to you along with your Admissions Offer).
  10. We will provide you with a free airport pickup (if required) during the “New Student Arrival Week”.

 

Types of Scholarships / Bursaries available

Webster University in Thailand (WUT) recognizes that some academically qualified students who would benefit from study at the University are prevented from enrolling due to limited financial resources. In an effort to assist these new students, WUT offers merit and need based scholarship programs that provide partial financial assistance. The decision process for these awards is competitive. Early application and acceptance is advised to ensure maximum consideration. The number of awards offered each year is limited and subject to program funding. Awards may be renewed subject to normal length of intended degree and the maintenance of satisfactory academic progress conditions.


  • Academic Year 2013 – 2014

    Students must apply for admissions and be accepted to undergraduate or graduate program at Webster Thailand campus.
    The awards are for tuition only. Award is deducted from the student´s tuition bill. No cash is distributed.

  • Required Documents and Submission:

    1. WUT Entrance Scholarship application form, completed and signed
    2. Supporting financial documentation such as bank statements, tax returns, etc.
    3. Optional documents: certificate of achievement, awards certificate

All these documents must be submitted with complete application forms. Incomplete applications or late submission of the scholarship application will not be accepted. The awards are for tuition only. Award is deducted from the student´s tuition bill. No cash is distributed.

For further information contact: admissions@webster.ac.th
ASIAN BURSARY (Financial Aid)
What is the ASIAN bursary? Who is eligible?

Asian bursary is a financial aid provided by the University to partially reduce the effective tuition fee. The name Asian bursary does not mean that only Asians are eligible for this bursary, it also covers students from any continent who have done their high school in Asia.
Why is the Asian Bursary given?

Webster University Thailand is the only Webster campus in Asia offering undergraduate programs of Webster University and in order to attract the home market (Asia) the bursary is offered to all Asian students and students who have graduated in Asia. The bursary makes WUT more viable to students from the emerging economies in Asia.
How does this Asian Bursary work?

The Asian Bursary is worth Thai Baht 60,000 per semester which is deducted from the published tuition rate. This deduction is done automatically when the tuition invoice is issued to the student. The Asian Bursary is valid throughout the student´s undergraduate (bachelors) study at WUT. It is not transferable or usable in other campuses of Webster University.
When does the Asian Bursary start?

The Asian Bursary is given to the students from the very beginning. The letter of acceptance will indicate the Asian Bursary and the student pays the tuition fees accordingly. There is no need for additional application for the Asian Bursary. Our officers might ask for additional documents if they have any requirements (in case of dual citizenship, etc.)
Are students eligible for additional financial aid?

Students who get the Asian Bursary do not get additional financial aid at entry level. However all students are eligible for merit scholarships after at least one year of completion of their program. These scholarships are usually very few (as WUT is a private university) and only the top 3%-4% of the student population usually has scholarships.
I am not eligible for Asian Bursary, where should I look for financial aid?

If you are not eligible for Asian Bursary then please check our international diversity bursary section or the financial aid and scholarship section (Entry level).
Please also consult the GI Bill, FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), or European Education Loans

For further information contact: admissions@webster.ac.th
INTERNATIONAL DIVERSITY BURSARY (Financial Aid)
What is the International Diversity Bursary? Who is eligible?

International Diversity bursary is a financial aid provided by the University to partially reduce the effective tuition fee. Undergraduate applicants from the following countries and/or continents are eligible for this bursary:
Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Serbia, Turkey, and the African continent
Why is the International Diversity Bursary given?

One of the primary visions of the university is to have a very diverse student population at WUT. In an attempt to have more representation from various parts of the world WUT has currently introduced the IDB program. Initially the countries and/or continents mentioned above are included in this IDB list. Efforts are constantly being made to increase the list of countries to accommodate the entire globe. These bursaries make WUT more viable and affordable to students who wish to travel all the way to Asia for their higher education.
How does this IDB work?

The ID Bursary is worth Thai Baht 60,000 per semester which is deducted from the published tuition rate. This deduction is done automatically when the tuition invoice is issued to the student. The ID Bursary is valid throughout the student´s undergraduate (bachelors) study at WUT. It is not transferable or usable in other campuses of Webster University.
When does the ID Bursary start?

The ID Bursary is given to the students from the very beginning. The letter of acceptance will indicate the ID Bursary and the student pays the tuition fees accordingly. There is no need for additional application for the ID Bursary. Our officers might ask for additional documents if they have any requirements (in case of dual citizenship, etc.)
Are students eligible for additional financial aid?

Students who get the ID Bursary do not get additional financial aid at entry level. However all students are eligible for merit scholarships after at least one year of completion of their program. These scholarships are usually very few (as WUT is a private university) and only the top 3%-4% of the student population usually has scholarships.
I am not eligible for ID Bursary, where should I look for financial aid?
If you are not eligible for Asian Bursary then please check our international diversity bursary section or the financial aid and scholarship section (Entry level).
 Please also consult the GI Bill, FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), or European Education Loans

The Post-9/11 GI Bill provides financial support for education and housing to individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service on or after September 11, 2001, or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days. You must have received an honorable discharge to be eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill. 

As of August 1, 2009, the Post-9/11 GI Bill is effective for training. Approved training under the Post-9/11 GI Bill includes graduate and undergraduate degrees, and vocational/technical training. All training programs must be offered by an institution of higher learning (IHL) and approved for GI Bill benefits. Additionally, tutorial assistance, and licensing and certification test reimbursement are approved under the Post- 9/11 GI Bill. 

The Post-9/11 GI Bill will pay your tuition based upon the highest in-state tuition charged by a public educational institution in the state where the school is located. The amount of support that an individual may qualify for depends on where they live and what type of degree they are pursuing.
For more information please consult : http://www.gibill.va.gov/

  • FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)back to top

Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of postsecondary education to all Americans -and its value to our society. 

Federal Student Aid plays a central and essential role in supporting postsecondary education by providing money for college to eligible students and families. We partner with postsecondary schools, financial institutions and others to deliver services that help students and families who are paying for college.
For more information consult : http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

WUT has very limited need based financial aid which is usually offered to students who are not eligible for Asian Bursary or the International Diversity bursary. Students who are looking for financial at entry level may write to the admissions department (admissions@webster.ac.th).

Students who do not get any financial aid may look at financing your studies section of this website to find out about several loans, grants, etc. offered to students (based on eligibility) by third-party organizations, governments and banks, etc.

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Application Deadlines
Term Application Deadline Orientation Date
Summer 2014 25-Apr-2014 15/16/17-May-2014
Fall I 2014 1-Aug-2014 21/23-Aug-2014
Fall II 2014 3-Oct-2014 27-Oct-2014
Spring I
2015
19-Dec-2014 8/10-Jan-2015
Spring II
2015
20-Feb-2015 16-Mar-2015
     
     

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