Bangkok, Thailand 10800
+66 02 555 2000 EXT 8146
ciep@eng.kmutnb.ac.th

Finance

Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB)

        An academic year of KMUTNB is conducted in a semester system. Each semester consists of a 15-week class followed by a 2-week university-wide final examination period. For a general 3-credit class, a 3-hour contact time per week is expected for a total of 45 hours contact time per semester. Fee schedule is for a full program that allows up to 22 credits per semester. Fee schedule for a partial program or per-class basis is not yet available.

Fee Schedule for one semester at KMUTNB

Regular Programs (in Thai)                   19,000 Baht

Enhance skills                                          25,000  Baht

1English Programs                                 60,000 Baht
2International Programs                        60,000 Baht

Other expenses      

       Cafeteria food                        30-50 Baht per a single-served dish
       3University Dormitory           6,000 Baht per month for a double room,
                                                         utility charges not included
      4Health Insurance                  8,000 – 12,000 Baht depending on the duration

Transportation cost

        Public buses in Bangkok cost around 8 – 25 Baht per trip. Sky train and subway are available within the central Bangkok and cost around 20-50 Baht per trip. Taxi charges a minimum of 40 Baht.


1 Bilingual program: more than half of the classes in the program are taught in English.
1 English program: all classes are taught in English.
2 International program: all classes are taught in English and some by international lecturers.
3 Off-campus housings are widely available around the campus. The fees vary depending on the locations and amenities. Foreign students should consult with the International Cooperation Centre (ICC http://www.icc.kmutnb.ac.th/) for further information.
4 Thailand does not require an individual health insurance. However, Thai citizens are covered by a universal government-subsidized healthcare. Foreign students should consult with the International Cooperation Centre (ICC http://www.icc.kmutnb.ac.th/) for further information.