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Transferring


Transferring Students

means transferring students wishing to change degree programs in the same fields of concentration or their related fields within Chiang Mai University and/or transferring of students in the same degree programs of the same fields of concentration or their related fields from other institutions to Chiang Mai University.

 

Transferring from the master’s to the doctoral degree program in the same or related field of study.

  • A qualified student must currently be enrolled in a master’s degree program, passed the required courses with distinction and have accumulated a minimum of 12 credits with a GPA of at least 3.75, or have his/her research work published in (an) international academic journal(s).

  • Procedure for transferring the degree program: A student must submit a request to transfer his/her degree program, by approval of his/her general advisor or main thesis advisor, as appropriate, to the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee for consideration, before submitting to the Graduate School for approval.

  • Transferring from the master’s degree to the doctoral degree program will be considered completed after the Graduate School has approved the request and a student has paid the fee for transferring his/her degree program and received a new student code number.

  • Transferring courses and credits from master’s degree to doctoral degree programs must be approved by the appropriate Graduate Study Committee and the Graduate School.


 

Transferring from the doctoral to a master’s degree program in the same or related field of study

A doctoral degree student may transfer to be a master’s degree student if any one of the following occurs:

  • The student fails in his/her defense, or

  • The student fails the Qualifying Examination or Comprehensive Examination required in his/her program, or

  • The student will not complete his/her study within the allotted time.

  • In a case of student transfer which is not quoted in this article, a student needs to individually submit the request to Chiang Mai University for approval.

    Transferring in this matter, a doctoral degree student with a bachelor’s degree shall be approved to transfer to a master’s degree program, and a doctoral degree student with a master’s degree is able to request transfer to another master’s degree program. The student must complete the graduate conditions set out in the program curriculum with the consent of the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee, and the approval of the Graduate School.


 

Transferring Student

  • Transferring from the doctoral degree program to a higher graduate diploma program in the same or related field of study:

    Transferring from the doctoral degree program to a higher graduate diploma program in the same or related field of study must be approved by the Graduate Program Administrative Committee of both programs and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee, and with the approval of the Graduate School.
  • Transferring from a higher graduate diploma program to the master’s degree program:

    Before the higher graduate diploma program student can transfer to a master’s degree student, they must be considered for approval by the Graduate Program Administrative Committee of both programs and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee, and with the approval of the Graduate School.
  • Transferring from a higher graduate diploma program to the doctoral degree program:

    Before the higher graduate diploma program student can transfer to a doctoral degree student, they must be considered to for approval by the Graduate Program Administrative Committee of both programs and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee, and with the approval of the Graduate School.

    Transferring credit in items 4.3.2 and 4.3.3 (above) is limited to 40% of the new curriculum study.

 

Transferring from other institutions

  • A qualified student must be a graduate student, in the same degree program   with the same or related field of study, at the recognized institutions accredited by the Commission on Higher Education, and have a grade point average of at least 3.00.

  • Transferring credits will be subject to the consideration of the Graduate Study Committee of the faculty accepting the student, but may not exceed one-half of the total credits of coursework in the new program. Only credits from graduate courses taken within the last five years, counting from the course enrollment, with a grade of at least “B” or the equivalent or “S”, will be considered and approved by the Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee accepting the student.

  • In the case where the grade point values of the courses enrolled in (an) other institution(s) are different from those of Chiang Mai University, they must be considered adjustable to the grade point system in accordance with the Chiang Mai University Regulations by the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee.

  • Transferring between thesis-only programs will be subject to the consideration of the Graduate Study Committee accepting the student, but credits transferred may not exceed one-half of the total thesis work credits and the student must have completed at least one-half of the total period of study set by the program accepting the student.

  • Transferring from other institutions will be considered completed after the Graduate School has approved the request and the student has paid the fee for transferring to Chiang Mai University and received a new student code number.

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Transferring equivalent courses and credits of a new student who has completed the graduate programs or who has been a graduate student, is subject to the following conditions:

  • A student who has completed the graduate programs or who has been a graduate student at Chiang Mai University and is admitted to the new program, can request that courses and credits be transferred from his/her previous study programs if they were taken within five years, counting from the courses’ registration, with the approval of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee of the new degree program and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee.

  • A student, who has completed the graduate programs or who has been a graduate student at other institutions, can request that courses and credits be transferred, subject to the judgment of the faculty accepting the student. The number of credits transferred may not exceed one-half of the total credits of coursework in the new program and the courses must have been taken within the last five years, with the approval of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee.

Credit transfer from (an) other institution(s)

  • A Chiang Mai University graduate student, who registered for course(s) in (an)other institution(s) while holding Chiang Mai University student status, may request to transfer his/her credits of the course(s) studied at the other institution(s) to Chiang Mai University, if they are similar or related to the course(s) in the program at Chiang Mai University. Each request must be approved by the Graduate Program Administrative Committee, the appropriate Graduate Study Committee and the Graduate School.

  • Grade point values of the courses enrolled in (an) other institution(s) which will be calculated for the grade point average must be considered adjustable to the grade point system in accordance with the Chiang Mai University Regulations, by approval of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee.


The study period, in all cases, will be counted from the date of the first semester that the student registers for the first time for his/her student status.

In the case of a student transferring from other institutions, registration will be counted from the date of the first semester that the student registers for the first time for his/her student status in the original institution.


The first two digits of a Chiang Mai University student’s new code number

denotes the academic year of enrollment as noted in article 7.


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