Announcement of successful applicants after interview (Academic Year 2024)

Announcement of successful applicants after interview (Academic Year 2024)

The Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University is pleased to announce the successful applicants after the interview and psychological assessment for CU-MEDi international medical program in academic year 2024.

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The successful applicants must confirm the offer by paying the confirmation fee of 300,000 Thai baht, 
which will be deducted from the first semester’s tuition fees, between Friday 19th April 2024 to Thursday 25th April 2024 by 13:00 (GMT+7).

If successful applicants decline the offer, the applicants from the waiting list will be contacted within 
Thursday 25th April 2024.

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For those who were unable to meet the application deadline for the 2024 academic year, stay tuned for updates on the upcoming open house and the admission timeline for 2025, which will be announced on our official website at https://cu-medi.md.chula.ac.th/ or feel free to sign up via https://forms.gle/K19cavCLRH8GSyD46 to receive the latest information straight to your inbox. 

Thank you for your interest in CU-MEDi International Medical Program.



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