Admissions

Welcome from Admissions!

Thank you for your interest in TCIS. 

Our application form is below as well as detailed information about admissions and policies including tuition discounts. If you have any questions please email admissions@tcis.ac.th or call us 66-2-751-1201. To schedule a campus visit, please contact sirada@tcis.ac.th. 

NOTES

1 Non-refundable

2 Students who enroll 2nd semester will pay the 1st semester tuition fee, not the 2nd semester fee

3 Excludes costs (where applicable) for Chinese For Beginners (CFB),  EAL, EIP (grade 5-12), educational materials, field trips, graduation, identification card, insurance, lunch fee and snacks, ROTC, uniform and yearbook

4 Limited discounts are available for: alumni, three or more children per family,  group(s) and same company (4+ children), children of diplomats, children of government officers (pending Chairman review). For specific details, please contact Business Affairs.

5 The revision of tuition and other fees is subject to change by the TCIS Board without prior notice.

  • All students will be provided Insurance up to 60,000 THB/accident and up to 650,000 THB in the case of death

  • Tuition fees are reviewed annually

  • Tuition will be prorated for mid-semester enrollment based on Board policy

Admissions FAQs

Of course! We would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about why TCIS is right for your child. Please call (66-2-751-1201) or email (info@tcis.ac.th) to schedule a tour. 

Yes. We offer a two week free trial. You will not be charged for tuitions, but you will need to purchase insurance, a meal plan and a uniform for your student.

There is a small application fee to cover our costs to process your application and to conduct assessments so that we can place your student in the right grade and classes. 

We welcome students who are at least 24 months old for our PK2 class.

Generally, any new students in PK-8 may be admitted and enrolled at any time during the school year if a space in your child's grade/progra is available and admissions requirements have been met.

Yes.  Part of the admissions process is to assess your child's language abilities and determine the appropriate classes and supports they need to be successful.

You will need to complete an application and provide us with various legal documents as well as transcript(s) (if applicable), and medical records. We then conduct interviews and placement tests with your child. You will then meet with a school principal and we will then make a decision on admission and inform you in writing if your child has been accepted or not.