What's good? What's bad? What's weird?
Experience blog from foreign students at Thai universities
While still sitting at home, most foreign students try to prepare more or less intensively the time they'll spend in Thailand. Some read books about Thailand, others more rely on the Internet with its discussion forums and blogs. It's difficult, however, to find a source with a similar background to one's own background. On this page, we collect impressions, opinions, and conclusions of foreign students at Thai universities. Some are very personal, some are more targeting the universities and programs.
Who can best tell you how it is to study in a foreign culture? Certainly, it's those who did it. If you studied at a Thai university (and if it's only for one semester), please tell us about your experiences as well. It may well help a lot of people in preparing for a 'once in a lifetime' experience.
A 2018 experience report from a Namibian student titled 'Study Abroad in Thailand: Universities, Programs, Visas, and Costs' is available at https://www.thailandstarterkit.com/education/study-abroad-in-thailand/
Please find more experience reports of mature students who studied in Thailand, on Are you a mature Student?
Studying in Thailand - an Austrian perspective
A 22-year old senior student from Austria about how studying in Thailand may change you.
An Australian student in his late thirties writes about personal changes and his experiences as a mature student studying for a Bachelor degree at a Thai university.
A western student in Thailand
Experiences of a U.S. student who chose a degree program in Thailand instead of studying in the States.