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English as a Second Language (ESL)

Pre-University ESL

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Our English as a Second Language (ESL) program has: 

  • Qualified and experienced instructors
  • Native speakers
  • Learner-centered approach (students are placed in the levels appropriate for them based on the English Placement Test Results

5 levels to cater to your needs:

  • Basic 1 (low beginner)
  • Basic 2 (high beginner)
  • Intermediate 1 (low)
  • Intermediate 2 (high)
  • Advanced

A special emphasis in English for Academic Purposes is taught. We prepare you to be able to function in a college/university program where classes are taught in English. You will learn how to take notes in class, prepare and deliver presentations/speeches, write essays/reports and...much more!


International Campus

Our campus environment is truly international.

  • Study with students from over 30 different countries. Learning English will enable you to interact and make friends with people from all over the world.
  • Prepare for a global outlook. Enrich your life with different cultural perspectives and increase your intercultural networking skills.
  • Live in a peaceful and beautiful tropical setting.
  • In the Land of Smiles. You are surrounded by the graceful hospitality for which Thailand is known. Great tourist spots are not far away (1-1.5 hours):
    • Bangkok
    • Khao Yai National Park, a lush rainforest with picturesque waterfalls
    • Lopburi's famous monkeys
    • Siam's ancient capital, Ayutthaya
    • Bang Sai Arts & Crafts Project
  • Hop on a train, bus or plane and enjoy many other wonderful Thai destinations.
  • Enjoy an environment that promotes healthful living (drug-free, vegetarian Thai cuisine, exercise, etc.) and positive values.
  • Accommodation is available in modern on-campus dormitories.



  • Our program follows the university schedule which means that we operate on a semester basis. First semester runs from August to December and Second Semester from January to May.
  • Students are given an English Placement Test (EPT) and are subsequently placed in the appropriate levels. They are immersed in 20 hours a week of learning activities in English which include Listening, Speaking, Writing, Reading, and Grammar.
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