MAIEF


Download Application Form (.pdf ~ 92kb)

 

Admission Students, Academic Year 2019

 

About

The Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance is a graduate program offered by the Faculty of Economics, at Chulalongkorn University. Our program is the first in Thailand providing an excellent balance of international economics and finance. More than a decade since its establishment, our foresight about the necessity and relevancy of the program has been proved right all along. Through the years, we have succeeded in offering students with academic and practical  knowledge to enhance their potential and to lay a solid foundation for  a professional career in economics and finance. While international economics provides a perspective on a world economy increasingly integrated through global trade, international finance deals with the financial markets and institutions that have fueled this impressive development of trade and cross-border investment. The unique combination of international economics and finance has never failed to challenge and stimulate our students to the fullest.

The success of our program is acknowledged by the placement  of our alumni, who work for a variety of respectable economic organization such as the UN, the Bank of Thailand, as well as world league consulting firm and investment banks.

Academic Terms

The M.A. in  International Economics and Finance is a full-time one-year Program which operates on a schedule of these semesters (trimesters) of  four months each. One-course, one-Monte. Class are normally operated during the weekday 9.00am. – 4.00pm.

Pre-Session Courses:      June/July

First Trimester:                 August to November

Second Trimester:            December to March

Third Trimester:               April to July

 

Tuition and Fees  

Application Fee

Baht  800

Baht  800

Tuition Fee Schedule

Thai

Non-Thai

Tuition per trimester

Baht 23,000

Baht 23,000

Fee per trimester

Baht 57,000

Baht 62,000

Workshop and field study

Approx. 60,000

* All information is subjected to change without notice.

Other expenses for non-resident students are estimated below:

Unit: Baht
Books & Supplies; Data processing 20,000
Accommodation 96,000
Meals & Personal Expenses 84,000

 

Program Committee

June Charoenseang, Ph.D., Assoc.Prof. Chairperson
Phornchanok Cumperayot Kouwenberg, Ph.D., Assoc.Prof. Committee
Piti Srisangnam, Ph.D., Asst.Prof. Committee
Yong Yoon, Ph.D, Asst.Prof. Committee
Pituwan Poramapojn, Ph.D., Asst.Prof. Secretary Administration

 

Admission

The program is open to all University graduates. Applicants must hold at least a bachelor degree or its equivalent  from an accredited university. A good command of written and spoke English is required.  Applicant must  earn a score of 70 (520) or higher on the TOEFL (PBT), 65 or higher on the CU-TEP, 5.5 or higher on the IELTS. While work experience is not obligatory, candidates with fulltime work experience and relevant extra-curricular activities are always much appreciated. Note that admission exceptions can be made for otherwise qualified candidates.

Application form can be obtained from the admission office (Room 507, 5th Floor), Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University or download from www.econ.chula.ac.th

 

Application Period: 

February-May

Required Documents:

  1. Application form
  2. Official University Transcripts (undergraduate and graduate (if applicable); two copies each)
  3. One copy of ID card (for Thai applicants) or passport (for foreign applicants)
  4. The result of your English Language Proficiency Test (TOEFL or CU-TEP or IELTS) with one copy
  5. Two sealed letters of recommendation from academic referees and/or employers
  6. Working experience certificate (if any)
  7. Description of current vocation, responsibilities and activities  (types on one A4 page)
  8. Application fee (non-refundable)

Note:

  1. Reference must be signed letters on heads university/institution note paper (not the supplementary form), and should be typed in English.
  2. We will accept a translation, but only if it has official stamp from your university or a translation service

 

Download Application Form (.pdf ~ 92kb)

 

If you want to transfer for the fee application, please use this one below

Account Name: Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University
Account Number: 403-494540-4
Swift code: SICOTHBK
Bank Name and Address: Siam Commercial Bank PLC Saving Account
Saving Account
Bank branch address Chulalongkorn University
254 Phayathai Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Contact Us

For further information: Please contact the Program Office Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Room 507, 5th Floor, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University

Tel. 02-218-6295 and 02-218-6218 Fax. 02-218-6295

Email: maiefcu@yahoo.com or ief@chula.ac.th

Website: http://www.econ.chula.ac.th/graduate/ma-inter-econ

 

Curriculum

COURSE REQUIREMENTS  

Every student is required to take all of the eight Core Courses during the first two semesters. The third semester is designated for the thesis or elective course-option

 

Academic Year Calendar and Courses

Core Courses

First Term (August – November)

Course No. Course Credit
2940603 Advanced Economic Theory I 3
2940604 Advanced Economic Theory II 3
2942605 International Trade 3
2942606 International Finance 3

 

Second Term (December-March)

Course No. Course Credit
2942612 Economics of International Investment 3
2940605 Quantitative Methods in Economic Analysis 3
2942619 Financial System and Assets 3
2942609 Research Method and Workshop in International Economics and Finance 3

 

Thesis or Elective Course-option Option 

Devoted to thesis writing or elective courses depending on the student’s option.

Third Term (April-July)

Option A: Thesis

Course No. Course Credit
2942811 THESIS 12

 

Option B: Comprehensive Examination and Individual Study in International Economics and Finance (3 credit-hours) and Elective Courses (9 credit-hours)

Course No. Course Credit
2942896 Comprehensive Examination S/U
2942711 Individual Study in International Economics and Finance 3
Elective Courses
2942710 Special Topic in International Economics and Finance 3
2942620 International Banking and Financial Markets 3
2942610 International Business Economics 3
2942608 Law for International Economics and Finance 3
2942621 International Political Economy 3
2942617 Strategic International Trade Policy 3
2942618 Asian Economy 3

Announcement

Admitted Students (Academic Excellence) Academic Year 2019