Study Abroad in Bangkok – Academic Semesters & Full Degree

Study for one or two semesters or complete a full degree in one of the world’s most thrilling cities! Bangkok is a city of contrasts where you’ll never be bored. It’s a place where every day and every corner gives you something new to explore. And if you ever run out of things to do, the whole of Southeast Asia is just a short plane ride away.

Apply to one of our two partner universities and start the greatest adventure of your life today. Regardless of the university or program you choose, your study placement can be confirmed as quickly as in a day.

Why study abroad in Bangkok, Thailand?

  • Every day and around every corner there’s always something new to see and find
  • Live in one of Asia’s most iconic cities
  • Study at a top Thai university and launch your international career
  • Enjoy excellent opportunities for networking with global companies
  • Travel easily around the whole Southeast Asia

Find out about the universities & programs in Bangkok

Study in Bangkok, the city that never sleeps

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is one of the most iconic cities in Asia and one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Bangkok, with its population of about 10 million, is a city of contrast: Even though you can find the latest trends in everything between clothing, food and gadgets when exploring the flashiest capital of South-East Asia, the city is also absolutely dotted with everything ancient, sacred and spiritual. The city is located along the Chao Pharaya River and is characterized by a non-stop mentality, both in growth and atmosphere.

Explore the whole South East Asia from Bangkok

Bangkok is also one of the best places to call home if you are planning on travelling around South East Asia. Its convenient location and excellent transportation connections make it possible to visit the many beaches, jungles and mountains as well as neighboring countries during the weekends.

You can find inspiration for travelling around Thailand and South East Asia under the Activities section.

  • Key facts

    Official name: Thailand
    Capital City: Bangkok
    Government: Constitutional monarchy
    Population: 67 million
    Area: 510,890 sq. km
    Main religions: official religion Buddhism (94.6%), Islam (4.6%), Christianity (0.7%)
    Life expectancy: 77 (women), 72 (men)
    Currency: Thai Baht (THB)
    Main exports: electronics, computer parts, automobiles and car parts, textiles and shoes, fish, rice, rubber
    GNI per capita: US $10,300
    Time Zone: UCT/GMT + 7

  • Best of Bangkok

    Bangkok has a lot to offer. You should try the Bangkok river cruises, affordable spas and massages, Thai cooking courses, and numerous festivals and events. There is also loads else to entertain you at night, apart from drinking. Try shopping, dining and going to the movies, for example. For sports, cable skiing, golf courses or Muay Thai kickboxing are worth your pennies.

    We listed some of our favorite places you definitely should visit.

    Wat Po

    An enormous Buddhist temple area. The main attraction is a 46 meter statue of Buddha.

    Grand Palace

    A true Asian wonder and the former official residence of the Thai royalty. The palace is very decorative; think numerous things covered in gold. The temple of the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred place in Thailand, is located in the same area.

    Khao San Road

    The street where the journey starts for most of the backpackers in Bangkok. It’s noisy and crowded with tourists and you can buy anything from visas and tickets to bracelets, even get your hair braided. Nightlife on Khao San road is very busy and the street is especially popular among travellers from around the world.

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    The world’s largest market with over 15,000 stalls in an area the size of 15 football fields. Every day, a total of 200,000 people visit the area. You can get anything you need, and everything you don’t need: food, clothes, shoes, plants, art, animals, animal supplies etc. Don’t forget to haggle. The best time to go shopping is immediately after the market has opened, because the air is still cool and there are less people about. Also, most vendors believe that the first sale of the day brings good luck.

  • Geography and areas

    The Bangkok Metropolitan, also known as Greater Bangkok, is the urban conglomeration of Bangkok, which includes the city and the five adjacent provinces of Nakhon Pathom, Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan and Samut Sakhon. Bangkok itself is a huge city divided into 50 districts.

    The area around Siam Square, including Ratchaprasong and Phloen Chit Road, is Bangkok’s modern commercial core, full of glitzy malls and hotels. The Skytrain intersection at Siam Square is the closest thing Bangkok has to a city centre.

    The Sukhumvit Road is one of the longest boulevards in the world; it actually is over 400 km long and reaches all the way from Bangkok to Cambodia. The Bangkok stretch of the road crosses through an exclusive district popular among expatriates and upper class locals. The area is filled with quality hotels, condos, spas, boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs. Nana has the most cosmopolitan street life. Phromphong is more focused in dining, while Thonglor and Ekamai have become the high streets of the newly rich.

    The area around Silom Road and Sathorn Road is Thailand’s financial centre by day but the primary party district by night when quarters there, like the infamous Patpong, come alive.

  • Climate and Weather

    The climate in Bangkok is a tropical wet and dry climate, which means that the area has a distinct wet and dry season and an average temperature of over 18 degrees Celsius every month. Seasons in Thailand can be roughly divided into a rainy season and the summer; and the high season and tourists follow the climate patterns.

    The rainy season begins in May and continues till the end of October. During the rainy season, the weather has a tendency to be unpredictable, consisting of some heavier monsoon rains as well as long periods of the loveliest, uninterrupted sunshine. The rains are short, soft and warm by their nature and even during the rainy season, the sun shines in practice daily. An added bonus during the rainy season is the completely lowered price range.

    Summer season starts, at the latest, in November and banishes the left over rain clouds from the horizon. The weather is excellent all summer long, and since the summer season in Thailand takes place during the European winter, Thailand is a popular Christmas break destination for Westerners. The summer season continues till May and during the season the daily temperatures often rise above 30 Celsius.

  • Activities

    You’ll never have a dull moment in the City of Angels!

    Golfing, indoor amusement parks, crocodile farms and the exotic nightlife are examples of Bangkok’s huge variety in entertainment options. For shopaholics, there are numerous, massive high-end shopping centres, not to mention the endless street vendors whose stalls’ are filled with bargains. Some stores are even open around the clock.

    There are more than 400 stunning Buddhist temples around the city that vary in size from the magnificent to the modestly gorgeous. The quaint canals that flow between houses and lanes balance out the sometimes very congested streets and high ways, and there are numerous parks that cool the city’s air and provide shadowy tucked away corners where you can rest your feet and mind.

    • Cruises
    • Spas & massage
    • Cooking courses
    • Festivals & events
    • Cable skiing
    • Golf courses
    • Shopping
    • Dining
    • Entertainment
  • Food and Drink

    Cheap and tasty

    Thai food is very aromatic and most often quite spicy. Jasmine rice is an important part of the cuisine, as are noodles. A large variety of herbs and spices are used in the cooking, many of which are not common in Western countries. The food is eaten with a fork and a spoon. The fork is held in the left hand and used to push food into the spoon. The food is then eaten from the spoon. Vegetables, beef, pork, fish, chicken and shrimp are all included in Thai cuisine.

    Dining out is much cheaper than in Western countries. A meal can cost as little as 0.50 Euros. Food can be bought in restaurants as well as from street stands. Remember to always drink bottled water. Restaurant wise Bangkok has everything under the sun, including all the Western fast food restaurants. Do yourself and your waistline a favour, though, and dip into the local, healthy cuisine. You’ll save money and won’t fall asleep during the afternoon lectures.

    Street food capital of the world

    Bangkok is also described as the best street food cities in the world. Just explore and taste the perfect quick snacks, desserts, noodles and try the ultimate goodies such as Phad Thai or Som Tam.

  • Transportation and Getting around

    Rivers and canals

    Many of the canals have now been filled and turned into streets but there are still many authentic old canals to be found and explored by, for example, a canal boat. There are river boats and ferries that run along the Chao Phraya River, for example, the Chao Phraya Express Boat, which has over 30 stops along both banks of the river.


    The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) provides a regular bus service. The buses run within Bangkok as well as to the nearby provinces. Air-conditioned buses are more expensive than non-air-conditioned ones. Some buses run around the clock.

    Long-distance buses run to all parts of the country but make sure you know which terminal your bus leaves from. There are several bus terminals in Bangkok and the terminal depends on where the bus is headed.


    Skytrain (BTS) runs above the city. There are a total of twenty-three stations along two lines. There is also an additional line that runs directly from the centre to Suvarnabhumi airport. Passengers can buy single tickets or BTS passes and there are student discounts available, too.

    Bangkok metro system (MRT) runs underneath the city. It’s another good option besides Skytrain when you want to avoid the traffic and get around the city fast. There are single tickets, passes and student discounts for the metro as well. There are also several stations where you can change from BTS to MRT or the other way around.

    Long-distance trains to and from the Hua Lamphong railroad station connect Bangkok e.g. to Laos and Malaysia.


    Bangkok is one of the main air traffic hubs in Southeast Asia. There are two airports in Bangkok: Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang. Suvarnabhumi is the main airport and most of the international flights depart from there. Don Mueang is smaller and used mainly for domestic flights. It’s easy to fly almost anywhere from Bangkok. Air Asia is a popular low-cost airline, with very affordable prices. Find out more about traveling in Asia here.


    There are many taxi options you can choose from in Bangkok, everything from tuk-tuks to motorcycle taxis and taxi cars. Tuk-tuks and motorcycle taxis are not as comfortable as normal taxis because of their open cabins that do not protect the customer from the dust and pollution of the surrounding traffic. Remember to agree on the price before hopping on a tuk-tuk or a motorcycle taxi. Taxi cars are quite affordable and the air-conditioning is very pleasant on a hot day. Just remember to make sure that the driver turns on the meter or he might charge extra.

  • Currency

    The currency in Thailand is Thai baht (THB). One baht is divided into 100 satang. One euro is approximately 40 baht, depending on the exchange rate.

    Credit cards are accepted at major establishments, but you might have to pay an additional fee when paying with them. Cash will be needed for transportation, street vendors and smaller stores.

  • Safety

    Bangkok is a relatively safe city despite its size. Beware of pick-pockets in crowded areas. Do not leave valuables in your hotel room (there are safe deposits at the reception). Please read through are safety tips for Asia here.

  • Vaccinations

    Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) and Tetanus-diphtheria should be kept up-to-date. Hepatitis A and B are recommended.

    Japanese encephalitis is recommended for those who are planning on spending a month or more in rural areas or who are going to spend a lot of time outdoors in rural areas after dusk. You can find more information on vaccinations here.

  • History

    Bangkok was only a small town until a new canal was dug from the then capital Ayutthaya via Bangkok to the ocean, to shorten the distance between the old capital and the Gulf of Thailand. European ships began to sail to Bangkok and the town became a duty port where missionaries, traders and explorers would gather together before continuing on to the capital.

    Bangkok saw rapid economic growth, and in 1767, when Ayutthaya was destroyed, a new capital was established on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, in the town of Thornburi, which is now a part of Bangkok. In 1782, Bangkok became the official capital of Thailand when King Rama I of the Chakri Dynasty built his palace on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River. The city was also renamed ‘Krung Thep’, which means ‘the City of Angels’. Thai people still usually refer to the city as ‘Krung Thep’; ‘Bangkok’ is the international version of the name. The city has also been referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its numerous canals.

Study in Bangkok at top Thai universities

Studying abroad in Bangkok is perfectly suited for students interested in international careers. There is a large expatriate population in Bangkok, thanks to a large number of multinational companies’ Asian headquarters. This provides excellent opportunities for networking.

You can choose to study for one or two semesters at one of our partner universities, or even choose to complete a full degree at Siam University.

Find out more about our partner universities in Bangkok below!

Kasetsart University


The state-owned Kasetsart University is one of Thailand’s most prestigious universities. Kasetsart University (KU) is an active participant in student and researcher exchange around the world. The university has bilateral agreements with several European institutions of higher education as well.

  • Kasetsart University in brief

    The state-owned Kasetsart University (KU) is one of Thailand’s most prestigious universities. The university ranks among the top five among Thailand’s 150 universities and has done well in international rankings as well. Kasetsart University has seven campuses in Thailand, of which the flagship campus is the Bang Khen campus in Bangkok.

    There are 58 000 students enrolled at Kasetsart University, making it one of the largest universities in the country. There are over 2,000 international students at the university every year and it also hosts researches and academic staff from around the world.

    Kasetsart University was established in 1943 which makes it the third oldest university in Thailand. ‘Kasetsart University’ translates into “University of Agriculture” in Thai. The Thai name refers to the university’s origins as a university dedicated to agricultural sciences.

    Even though Kasetsart University has since expanded its curriculum to cover many other subject areas as well, it is still internationally known for its top tier research and programs in agriculture, tropical forestry, agro-industry, fishery and engineering. Kasetsart University is ranked as the 29th best university in the world in the field of agriculture. Today, in addition to agricultural sciences, the university offers studies in science, arts, social sciences, humanities, education and architecture.

    Kasetsart University emphasizes research and innovations throughout its programs and has an esteemed KU Research and Development Institute. The director of the Institute, Professor Dr. Uthairat Na-Nakorn, is internationally recognized for her work on genetics and the breeding of aquatic animals. She was elected to be the chairperson of the International Association for Genetics in Aquaculture in 2006. Professor Na-Nakorn studied her bachelor’s (Fisheries) and master’s (Genetics) degrees at Kasetsart University. She was also a personal advisor for Her Royal Highness, Princess Chulabhorn Mahidol, during the princess’s Ph. D studies at Kasetsart’s Department of Aquaculture. The university has other royal connections as well; it is famous for being the place where Khun Poom, the late grandson of the King Rama IX of Thailand, used to study. Another famous member of alumni is the pop sensation Navin Yavapokul, or “Navin Tar”, who has a PhD from Kasetsart University and, though occasionally appearing in show business, is a full time lecturer for both local and international students at the university.

    Kasetsart University receives excellent feedback from Asia Exchange students year after year. The courses have been praised and are often more demanding than their European counterparts.

    Kasetsart University offers its international students many activities during the semester, for example trips within the Bangkok metropolitan area, Thai cooking and language classes, sport days and the university’s Buddy Program.

    Read more about studying at Kasetsart University and how to apply.

  • Courses and studying

    As an exchange student you will attend the university’s KUSEP-program (Kasetsart University Student Exchange Program). You need to be currently enrolled at a university in your home country in order to be accepted in the program. You can study at Kasetsart University for one or two semesters and earn up to 35 ECTS per semester.

    You can take courses in English from several different faculties.The Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Engineering have entire degree programs in English. Both departments offer elective courses as well, for example Social Sciences and Languages. You can also take courses on Tourism, Tropical Agriculture and Business Administration.

    Read more about studying at Kasetsart University and how to apply.


  • Semesters and application periods

    There are two semesters at Kasetsart University: autumn and spring.

    Autumn: August–December
    Application deadline: End of April

    Spring: January–May
    Application deadline: End of September

    See the exact semester dates and application deadlines on the Kasetsart University page.

  • Fees

    Tuition fee: 1790 EUR / semester

    Application fee: 75 EUR.

    See what’s included in the fees.

    Are you from outside of Europe? Find out more about the fees.

    Benefits when applying via Asia Exchange

    • Confirmation even in one day
    • Asia Exchange Guide with lots of information about studies, visas, accommodation and other tips
    • Orientation days
    • No English proficiency test required
    • 100 EUR discount when you apply for two semesters.
  • Accommodation

    Most exchange students live in shared flats with one to three other people. Many of the flats are in high rises that have a roof top terrace, swimming pool, gym, cleaning staff and security. There are also options for those who prefer to live alone or with local students. The rent for a shared flat is approximately 150–300 EUR a month.

    Read more about accommodation options near Kasetsart University.

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Siam University


Siam University (SU) is Thailand’s fifth largest private university and has several exchange agreements around the world. It is a popular exchange location among international students: there are 400 international students who participate in the international programs of the university every year.

Siam University offers international business programs at both Bachelor (BBA) and Master (MBA) level. You can join these programs for one or two semesters or even opt for a full Bachelor’s or MBA degree.

  • Siam University in brief

    Siam University is among the leading private universities in Thailand and offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate degrees. Siam University is ranked among Thailand’s top ten universities in the number of international students by Thailand’s Commission of Higher Education, part of the Thai Ministry of Education.

    The president of Siam University, Pornchai Mongkhonvanit, is also the President Emeritus of the International Association of Universities (IAU). He got his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kasetsart University, Bangkok, an MBA from University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United states, and he also studied at the Institute of Educational Management at the Graduate School of Education in Harvard University.

    Siam University was established in 1965 by the late Dr. Narong Mongkhonvanit as the first private engineering school in Thailand. The student body then was a mere 200 but has exploded over the years and by the 2000s, Siam University had already graduated over 70 000 students. The university was formally established as a private institution of higher education and given the power to grant degrees in 1973.

    Siam University aims at providing training and skilled experts to specific fields in trained labor. For example, when one of Thailand’s national economic initiatives was to turn the country into a significant competitor on the printing and publishing markets, the university launched a new academic program in Printing Engineering and Digital Media to help provide skilled workers for the industry. Siam University is constantly working on developing and improving its existing curriculum, as well as adding on new fields of expertise that reflect the changing state of the economy and labor demand.

    Siam University has a strong internationalization agenda and many native English speakers from Europe and North America in its faculty. The university believes that its students benefit the most when learning from professors who come from a diversified, international academic background. Siam University is ranked among Thailand’s top ten Universities for its enrollment of international students by Thailand’s Commission of Higher Education which is part of the Thai Ministry of Education. Furthermore, Siam University has dozens of partner universities around the world and several exchange agreements both for students and researchers.

    The interdisciplinary competence Siam fosters is a brilliant way to develop one’s study skills and imagination – as is living in the stimulating capital city of Bangkok. The program is ideal for those interested in international markets and finance and want to gain a specifically Asian perspective on the globalizing business environment of today.

    Campus area and activities

    The Siam University is centrally located and has 20 main buildings. In 1999, a new multipurpose building was constructed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of His Majesty, King Bhumibol’s ascension to the throne.

    There are dozens of sports, arts and career skill clubs that students can join in at the university. For athletics, there is, for example, Taekwondo, Cheerleading and modern dance, Judo, Thai Boxing and Basketball clubs. There are also various music and religious clubs as well as academic clubs on International travel, Business management, Leadership and Law. Students can also volunteer or take part in bettering the environment through clubs at the university.

    Read more about studying at Siam University and how to apply.

  • Courses and studying (BBA)

    Studying at Siam University gives you the options of joining the program for one or two semesters or completing an entire undergraduate degree.

    You will be participating in Siam University’s International Business Program (IBP). The IBP is an undergraduate degree program taught in English. The participants are both Thai and international students.

    The program has a strong focus on business, but there are several courses from Social Sciences as well. You can therefore participate in the program even with no background in business studies.

    Read more about the BBA program at Siam University and how to apply.

  • Courses and studying (MBA)

    You can either complete a whole MBA degree at the Siam University (1 year) or join the program for one or more trimesters as an exchange student. For pursuing the MBA degree, a Bachelor’s degree is required.

    If you join the program as an exchange student, you don’t have to have a background in business studies and can take introductory courses if needed.

    Read more about the MBA program at Siam University and how to apply.

  • Semesters and application periods (BBA)

    There are two semesters in the Siam University’s BBA program: Semester 1 (autumn) and Semester 2 (spring).

    Semester 1: August–December
    Application deadline: End of May

    Semester 2: January–May
    Application deadline: End of September

    See the exact semester dates and application deadlines on the Siam University page.


  • Semesters and application periods (MBA)

    There are three trimesters in the Siam University’s MBA program:

    Trimester 1:
    Application deadline:
    End of May

    Trimester 2:
    Application deadline:
    End of September

    Trimester 3:
    Application deadline:
    End of January

    See the semester dates and application deadlines on the Siam University page.

  • Fees (BBA)

    Tuition fee (exchange semester): 1890 EUR / semester

    Tuition fee (full degree): 9400 EUR

    Application fee: 75 EUR.

    See what’s included in the fees.

    Are you from outside of Europe? Find out more about the fees.

    Benefits when applying via Asia Exchange

    • Confirmation even in one day
    • Asia Exchange Guide with lots of information about studies, visas, accommodation and other tips
    • Orientation days
    • No English proficiency test required
    • 100 EUR discount when you apply for two semesters.
  • Fees (MBA)

    Tuition fee (exchange semester): 1890 EUR / semester

    Tuition fee (full degree): 5000-6200 EUR

    Application fee: 75 EUR.

    See what’s included in the fees.

    Are you from outside of Europe? Find out more about the fees.

    Benefits when applying via Asia Exchange

    • Confirmation within one week
    • Asia Exchange Guide with lots of information about studies, visas, accommodation and other tips
    • Orientation days
    • No English proficiency test required
    • 100 EUR discount when you apply for two semesters.
  • Accommodation

    Most exchange students live in shared flats with one to three other people. Many of the flats are in high rises that have a rooftop terrace, swimming pool, gym, cleaning staff and security. There are also options for those who prefer to live alone or with local students. The rent for a shared flat is approximately 150–300 EUR a month.

    Find out more about accommodation options near Siam University.

Find out more & apply

Student Experiences of Studying in Bangkok

Ask Former Students

Ask our former students for practical hints and tips about living abroad, travel arrangements, and what the everyday life at the study destination was like.

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Bangkok was maybe the best time of my life and if you want to discover your personality and South East Asia from a different side, it will be the perfect choice for you!

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Laurens Asia Ambassador profile picture roundMy exchange at the Siam University was a wonderful experience in learning in different ways in a different land. It’s for open-minded students who are looking for learning not only from books but the from people who live a world apart. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me.”

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Student Testimonials


"My mind keeps coming back to my semester in Asia"

I would like to thank you so much for making all this happen! I am not exaggerating when I say it was without doubt the best semester ever! There wasn´t a single day since I came back when I wouldn´t remember my semester in Asia. You were right when you said that Asia would change our lives. Mine was changed and I do hope I will have a chance to come back there for longer time again 

Jiří Dufek, Czech Republic Siam University, MBA Program, Bangkok, Thailand

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"I love the campus, it’s huge and you can do everything there"

I would definitely recommend Rangsit University to other students. I love the campus, it’s huge and you can do everything there. They have a gym, swimming pool, different sports facilities, everything! The lectures are good, you make a lot of friends, meet a lot of cool guys who you can hang out with and who show you a lot of cool places.

Robin, Germany Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand

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"Such a great place to be!"

"Such a great place to be! The campus is extremely huge which is definitely a plus point. The best part is meeting different people from across the world."

Bhakthi, Italy Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand

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“I expected to be surprised, and it happened”

I expected to be surprised and amazed. It happened and I really liked it! Asian people don’t live like Europeans, at all. I discovered lots of trends, values and habits that I had never figured out before. All these things spoke to me and made it a real experience.

Thomas, France Siam University, MBA Program, Bangkok, Thailand

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"Great way to make friends"

I’m very, very pleased to have been able to study in the same class as the Thai students. It’s a great way to make friends and see what student life here is actually like.

Arto, Finland Kasetsart University, KUSEP Program, Bangkok, Thailand

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“A student gets to know the local culture better than a tourist”

Being a student at Kasetsart University, which is a world-class university, allowed me to get to know and enjoy every single aspect of Thai life & culture. Even though I studied hard, I had also time to visit other South-East Asian countries. A student gets to know locals and the culture much better than a tourist. I heard each and every student saying ‘I will come back here as soon as possible’.

Angela Carella, Italy Kasetsart University, KUSEP Program, Bangkok, Thailand

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“I would go there again”

I can’t think of a single reason why not to study abroad in Thailand. My choice of destination was excellent and I would go there again. Studying abroad is a great opportunity to experience living in Asia – don’t miss your chance!

Henna, Finland Siam University, BBA Program, Bangkok, Thailand

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Ana in Asia

Ana is a 26-year old economics and business student writing about her exchange experience at Siam University in autumn 2016. Her blog is about adventures, interesting places, having fun and daily student life. You can follow Ana in Snapchat and Instagram @anasou90

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Reasons to choose Bangkok

Best universities in Asia and a large expatriate population that provides excellent opportunities for networking.

A city of contrasts, a place where every day and every corner offers you something to explore. From the latest trends of fashion, food and gadgets to peaceful parks and everything ancient, sacred and spiritual.

Bangkok is also one of the best places to call home if you are planning on travelling around South East Asia.

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