Applicants must submit their documents in person, by postal service, or via email to email@example.com. Successful candidates will need to file their documents online with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. This online submission incurs a fee of THB 500.
All applicants must submit the following documents:
- the completed application form (available online);
- a personal statement
- detailing their motivation for pursuing a master’s in human rights,
- discussing their area(s) of interest within the broader field of human rights,
- explaining how the completion of the program will contribute to their career goals,
- and—optionally—outlining ideas for their thesis research;
- the degree certificate(s) and academic transcript(s), including an official explanation(s) of the grading system(s);
- an English language test certificate (IELTS, TOEFL-IBT, or MU GRAD TEST);
- a curriculum vitae;
- two references (to be sent by the referees in institutional envelopes or using an institutional email accounts).
- a recent sample of academic writing (scholarship applicants only)