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ABAC Study Abroad Centre – Assumption University

Assumption University, or AU, is non-profit institution administered by the Brothers of St. Gabriel, a worldwide Catholic religious order devoted to education and philanthropic activities which was founded, in France, in 1705 by St. Louis Marie De Montfort. The congregation has been operating educational institutions in Thailand for more than 115 years.  There are 18 Gabrielite institutions in all, covering every level of study. AU is known as the “First International university of Thailand” with both a large international student body as well as an international faculty. Students from more than 140 nations around the world attend AU because of its academic excellence, owing to its use of English language as the medium of instruction and most importantly, the faculty composition at AU which is approximately 40% non-Thai. Its international instructors bring with them a wealth of multi-cultural experience and education from more than 40 different countries.

A good many degree programs are offered with long – standing partner institutions from around the world. AU has more than 100 student exchange and academic collaboration agreements with national and international institutions.

AU has more than 100 student exchange and academic collaboration agreements with national and international institutions.

ABAC students

2018 Entry Scholarship for ABAC NCUK Students progressing to Sheffield Hallam

A merit scholarship will be available exclusively for ABAC students progressing from the NCUK IFY to Sheffield Hallam University in September 2018. The scholarship value will be 50% of tuition fees for each year of an undergraduate programme. Application will be via submission of an application form for review by a scholarship panel of academic staff – watch this space for further details.

 

Contact ABAC

Address: ABAC Study Abroad Center  (Room SG119), Suvarnabhumi campus 88 Moo 8 Bang Na-Trad Km. 26 Bangsaothong, Samuthprakarn Thailand 10540
Telephone: +66 2 300 4553