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Academic Regulations
 
Student Dress Code

All students are encouraged to wear Thammasat University uniforms, which are as follows:

TU Uniform

  1. Mens uniform:
    • Plain white shirt (shirt must be properly tucked in and sleeves must not be folded back)
    • Trousers in black or dark blue
    • Belt with TU buckle
    • Black shoes with socks
  2. Women's uniform:
    • Plain white shirt with short sleeves (shirt must be properly tucked in)
    • Buttons: at the shirt seam binding (4 buttons) and shirt collar (1 button) using TU silver metal buttons
    • TU pin should be worn on the left side of shirt above the chest
    • Plain skirt in black or dark blue
    • Belt with TU buckle
    • Black shoes

A TU pin is a yellow Thammajuk with red lines, available at the University Bookstores. A TU belt buckle is a Thammajuk in a rectangular shape, also available at the University Bookstores.

In the case that it is inconvenient to wear a uniform, students may wear polite dress as follows:

    Men
    • Plain shirt with collar and short or long sleeves, properly buttoned and shirt must be tucked in
    • Trousers in dark color
    • Shoes (sandals are not allowed during official hours on campus)
    Women
    • Plain shirt with collar and short or long sleeves
    • Plain skirt in dark color
    • Shoes (sandals are not allowed during official hours on campus)
Dress Code for Taking Examinations

  • All SIIT students are required to wear TU student uniforms.
  • Other types of dresses, including any kind of jeans, are not allowed.
  • Students are required to wear dress shoes or sport shoes (plain: white, black, brown, or navy blue). Other types of shoes and colors are not allowed.
  • Failure to comply with this dress code will be result in the deduction of student conduct score and other penalties.
Conduct Score and Disciplinary Actions

Students who are found improperly dressed or smoking in a non-smoking area will be deducted conduct scores as follows:
 
Offence Conduct Scores to be Deducted
Improperly Dressed Smoking in a Non-Smoking Area
1st Offence 0 20
2nd Offence 10 20
3rd Offence 10 30
4th Offence 20 30
5th Offence 30 -
6th Offence 30 -
 
The following disciplinary actions will be taken upon the cumulative deducted scores:
 
Cumulative Deducted Score Disciplinary Actions
10 Action 1: Verbal and written warning 1, and
  • Permission to attend a class or laboratory, or receive service from the library is revoked
  • No prompt service from SIIT faculty/staff members
20 Action 2: Verbal and written warning 2, and
  • Action 1
  • No consideration for further scholarships
  • No re-entry and re-admission to SIIT
40 Action 3: Written probation signed by student and guardian
  • Action 2
  • Granting of scholarship and residing in campus-dormitory will be revoked
  • No issuance of recommendation letter and activity transcript
70 Action 4: Suspension from study for 1 semester
  • Action 3
  • Suspension from study for one semester (next semester), except for a student studying in the last semester, in which case the student is suspended in the semester of the offence
100 Action 5: Postponement of graduation approval for 1 academic year
  • Action 3
  • Postponement of graduation approval for 1 academic year
 
Registration for New Students

  1. A successful applicant must possess all qualifications set by Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology.
  2. A successful applicant must register in person as a Thammasat University student during the registration period scheduled by the Institute.
  3. A successful applicant who cannot register during the scheduled period is required to submit a written statement of the reason for his/her absence to the Admission and Public Relations Division by the last day of the regular registration period. Otherwise, such an applicant will be considered as renouncing his/her rights to register. After obtaining an approval for late registration, the applicant must register within the first 14 days of the current semester; otherwise, his/her rights to register as a student will be revoked.
 
Registration for Current Students

  1. An undergraduate student is required to register for a minimum of 9 credits and a maximum of 22 credits in each regular semester. Registration for fewer than 9 credits is possible only by the directors approval and with a special reason, such as illness or anticipation of graduation at the end of the current semester. The number of credits registered in the summer session shall not exceed 6 credits.
  2. A student must register during the scheduled period and follow the registration procedures set by the Institute.
  3. Course registration must be approved by the academic advisor.
  4. Late registration is subject to a fine of 45 Baht/day (including holidays) starting from the first day of classes. Course registration after the first 14 days of a semester will not be allowed unless special permission is obtained from the director. However, a student who has been awarded a scholarship for studying abroad will be granted permission to register without fine after the registration deadline, but it must be completed within the first 4 weeks of a semester.
  5. A student who does not register for any courses in a regular semester has to file an application for leave of absence to the academic program and pay a fee for maintaining the student status within the first 30 days of a semester; otherwise his/her student status will be revoked.
  6. Registration for courses is considered incomplete until fees have been paid by the specified date.
  7. The number of students enrolling in a course may be restricted due to some constraints, such as limited laboratory equipment and classroom size.
  8. Students who do not register in the first 4 weeks of a semester will be dismissed from SIIT.
 
Auditing a Course

  1. With permission from the instructor and the advisor, a student may audit a course without evaluation. The student must pay the tuition fee for the course.
  2. Auditing may not be changed to regular evaluation after the second week of a regular semester.
  3. A grade report will bear AUD for the audited course after such a course is completed.
  4. The number of credits for an audited course will be counted towards the upper limit of the number of credits allowed in a semester, but will not be counted towards the lower limit.
  5. The credit(s) of an audited course will not be counted towards the total credit accumulation.
  6. An audited course cannot be re-registered for at a later time for formal evaluation unless there is a change in the students study program that warrants the need for formal evaluation of the course.
 
Course Addition/Withdrawal

  1. If authorized by the advisor, course addition must be processed within the first 14 days of a regular semester or within the first 7 days of a summer session.
  2. If authorized by the instructor and the advisor, course withdrawal will result in one of the following cases:

      2.1 If a course is withdrawn within the first 14 days of a regular semester (7 days for a summer session), the academic record will not bear the title of such a course.

      2.2 If a course is withdrawn after the first 14 days (7 days for a summer session) but not later than the first ten weeks of a regular semester (4 weeks for a summer session), the academic record will bear the title of the course and a W grade.

      2.3 Course withdrawal after the first 10 weeks of a regular semester (4 weeks for a summer session) is not allowed unless special permission is obtained from the director. With approval from the director, the course will bear a W grade.

  3. A withdrawal that reduces the number of credits to less than 9 credits is prohibited.
 
Leave and Suspension

  1. A student can apply for a leave of absence. This must be approved by the director on the condition that the student has an appropriate reason. However, a student cannot take a leave during the first two semesters of his/her undergraduate study unless the Rector of Thammasat University approves the request.
  2. A student cannot apply for leave for more than two consecutive semesters unless the Rector of Thammasat University specially permits it.
  3. A leave will result in one of the following cases:

      3.1 If the first day of leave falls within the first 14 days of a regular semester, the academic record will not bear any of the titles of the registered courses.

      3.2 If the first day of leave falls after the first 14 days, but no later than the first 10 weeks of a regular semester, the academic record will bear W grades for all the courses registered in the current semester.

      3.3 A student can apply for leave after the first 10 weeks of a regular semester only if there is an uncontrollable reason. A student or a students trustworthy representative is required to submit an application for leave with creditable evidence to the academic program.

  4. A student who is suspended from studying during a semester due to disciplinary cause will not be permitted to take the final examination. This penalty will be recorded on the students academic record. No grades or credits for the courses registered in the current semester will be given. A suspended student must pay a fee for maintaining his/her student status, unless he/she has paid the educational support fees.
  5. A student who is permitted to take a leave or is suspended before paying the educational support fees must pay a fee for maintaining his/her student status.
  6. Leave, suspension, or re-admission cannot be used as a reason to extend the maximum limit of 7 years to complete the degree requirements.
 
Re-Admission

A student who has been dismissed for a reason other than academic performance, such as failure to register within the time limit of a semester or has not paid a debt owed to SIIT, may request for re-admission by submitting a request to the Academic Services, Registration, and Curriculum Division. If approved, the semesters in which the student did not register are treated as semesters that the student has taken leave. To process the request, all previous outstanding debts, status maintaining fees, and re-admission fees must be paid. Re-admission has to be approved by the Rector of Thammasat University.
 
Refund of Fees

  1. The educational support fees are non-refundable.
  2. A student who withdraws from a course due to cancellation by the Institute is entitled to a full refund of the tuition fee.
  3. A student who withdraws from a course within the first 14 days of a regular semester (7 days for a summer session) is entitled to a half refund of the tuition fee.
  4. A student who withdraws from a course after the first 14 days of a regular semester will not receive any refund for the tuition fee.
  5. A student who takes a leave by the first 14 days of a semester is entitled to a half refund of the tuition fee. The student taking a leave after the first 14 days of the semester will not receive any refund for his/her tuition fee, but does not need to pay a fee to maintain his/her student status.
  6. A student must apply for refund of his/her tuition fee within the first 30 days of the beginning of a semester.
 
Regulations on the Use of the Library

All students must observe the following Librarys regulations:
  1. Students are entitled to check out no more than 5 books from the library at any given time and they must return the books within 7 days, starting from the check-out date.
  2. Any student who returns a book(s) after the due date will be fined: 10 Baht/day per copy of a book, 20 Baht/hour per copy of a reserved book.
  3. Students must reimburse the Institute for loss or damage of a book they have checked out from the library.
  4. Eating, drinking, smoking, and making excessive noise are strictly prohibited in the library.
  5. Students are not permitted to remain in the library after the service hours. For more details, consult the librarian for the semester service hours.
  6. As a deterrent measure, violators will not be entitled to receive any services from the library throughout the current semester.
  7. In the case that students do not return a book within the due date and do not pay the fine for overdue books, they will not be allowed to check out any additional books or register in the following semester.
 
Academic Performance

  1. The academic performance of students is evaluated using the grade point average (GPA) system. The following grades are used:
      Grade Point Significance
      A
      B+
      B
      C+
      C
      D+
      D
      F
      4.0
      3.5
      3.0
      2.5
      2.0
      1.5
      1.0
      0.0
      Excellent
      -
      Good
      -
      Fair
      -
      Minimum
      Fail

    In some courses, such as practical training, an S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory) grade is given. These grades have no point values. Since these courses, though required, normally have no credits, they shall not be included in the calculation of a semester and cumulative grade point averages (CGPA).

    An I grade may be temporarily given for courses where coursework evaluations have not been completed and it is not the students fault. Issuance of this grade is very rare and must be based on circumstances that are beyond the control of the involved student.

    The student with an I grade must be evaluated by the course instructor within 80 days after the semester ends. If a complete evaluation requirement is not possible, the instructor must grade the students performance based on his/her available scores obtained from previous evaluation assignments of the course. Beyond the 80-day period, if no grade is given by the instructor, the grade must be considered by the institute. In any case, the I grade must be removed within 90 days after the semester ends, otherwise a W grade is given.

    Course withdrawals after the first two weeks but still within the first ten weeks are given a W grade. No withdrawals are permitted after ten weeks of a regular semester, except under special circumstances.

  2. A placement test of some courses can be substituted for a regular evaluation. A student whose placement test result is Accredit will earn the credits without having to study such a course, and his/her academic record will bear ACC, which carries no grade point and will not be used in the calculation of a GPA.
  3. A student may retake a course in which he/she received a grade of D or D+. All the grades received in the same subject will be used for the calculation of the cumulative grade point average, but the credits will be earned only once.
  4. An F grade will be counted as zero points and the course credits will be used for the calculation of both the semester and the cumulative grade point averages.
  5. A compulsory course with either an F or a U grade must be retaken until a passing grade is obtained.
  6. A student may choose to retake an elective course with either an F or a U grade or to take another course instead.
  7. Only courses that are given at least a D grade or an S grade or ACC are counted towards earned credit accumulation.
  8. In the case that a student is required to repeat a course or take another course as a substitute, the credit(s) of such a course will be accumulated only once.
  9. A student who misses an examination due to an uncontrollable cause must immediately submit evidence stating the cause of his/her obstacle to the instructor and his/her advisor for initial consideration. If the matter is deemed adequate and approved by the instructor, the instructor and the advisor will submit the matter to obtain the directors approval for arranging an appropriate process such as a make-up examination. If the matter does not receive an approval, the mark for the missing examination will be 0.
  10. The maximum time limit to complete a bachelors degree is 7 years.
 
Warning and Probation Status

  1. The Institute will evaluate the status of each student based on his/her academic performance at the end of every semester. Each student must maintain a cumulative GPA (CGPA) of at least 2.00. Otherwise, he/she will be issued a warning 1, warning 2, or probation status in the following semester, wherever appropriate. Grades of the summer session are considered as a part of the second semesters grades. However, for students who are dismissed at the completion of the second semester, their registration of the following summer session will be void.
  2. At the end of the first two semesters of his/her undergraduate study, the student must possess a CGPA of at least 1.50. Otherwise he/she will be dismissed from the Institute.
  3. A warning 1 status will be issued in the following semester if the CGPA falls below 2.00 for the first time. A warning 2 status is issued in the following semester if a student is under the warning 1 status and still cannot improve the CGPA to 2.00 or above.
  4. If a student has a warning 2 status and still possesses a CGPA below 2.00, he/she will be issued a probation status in the following semester which will be recorded in the students academic record.
  5. A student under the probation status must improve his/her CGPA to 2.00 or above by the end of that semester. Otherwise, he/she will be dismissed from the Institute.
  6. If a student has completed all the courses required by the curriculum but his/her CGPA is below 2.00 but not less than 1.80, then he/she is allowed to continue taking courses for no more than 3 semesters (subject to a total time limit of 7 years for the entire enrollment) to improve the CGPA to 2.00 or above.
 
Class Attendance

Students are required to attend a class for not less than 70 percent of the total class periods throughout a semester. If the attendance is less than 70 percent, he/she may not be allowed to take the final examination of that course.
 
Transfer Students

A student may be admitted as a transfer student if he/she has previously enrolled in a Bachelors degree program. The total number of transfer credits cannot exceed half of the total number of credits required by the SIIT program.

A request for transferring credits must be done within the first registered semester. No transfer credits can be granted if the student has been dismissed from an institution.

 
Application for Graduation

  1. To qualify for graduation, a student must fulfill the course requirements of the curriculum with a minimum CGPA of 2.00, and demonstrate his/her English proficiency with:

    • a paper-based TOEFL score of at least 500 (or 173 for computer-based test or 61 for Internet-based test or 500 for Institutional TOEFL), or
    • IELTS of at least 5.5, or
    • TUGET of at least 500, or
    • TOEIC of at least 650, or
    • First Certificate in the English (FCE) in Cambridge ESOL Exam, or
    • Level B2, Grade B in the Council of Europes Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), or
    • Grade S in GTS401 Intensive English Proficiency.

    In addition, the student must have been enrolled for no fewer than 7 regular semesters, except for transfer students.

  2. A graduate is granted a degree with honors if he/she has earned at least 3/4 of the total required credits from SIIT/TU and meets the following conditions:

    First Class Honors 1. The study is completed within the time specified by the curriculum.
    2. The final cumulative grade point average is not lower than 3.50.
    3. None of the courses is given a U grade or a grade lower than C.
    4. None of the courses has been repeated.
    Second Class Honors 1. The study is completed within the time specified by the curriculum.
    2. The final cumulative grade point average is not lower than 3.50.
    3. The cumulative grade point average of the courses in the major is not lower than 2.00.
    4. None of the courses has been repeated, or given an F grade or a U grade.
    In addition, a graduate possessing the following eligibility is also qualified the second class honors.
    1. The study is completed within the time specified by the curriculum.
    2. The final cumulative grade point average is not lower than 3.25.
    3. None of the courses in the major is given a grade lower than C.
    4. None of the courses has an F grade or a U grade.

  3. Application for graduation must be submitted to the university within the first 14 days of the final semester (7 days of the summer session) which an applicant expects to graduate.
  4. If a student financially owes SIIT or the university, all his/her debt must be cleared before applying for graduation.
 
Degree Approval

  1. The Thammasat University Council normally approves degrees at the end of the first and second semesters, and the summer session.
  2. The university organizes a graduation ceremony once a year.

 
Thammasat University Regulations (in Thai)

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Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology Regulations

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