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BU Liaison Project

         With the English language having become the major language in international communication, Bangkok University wants its students to have practical opportunities to develop their English skills. There is now a project that provides hands-on learning called the BU Liaison Project.

What does BU Liaison Project involve?

         Throughout the year, Bangkok University receives many delegations from various institutions in the world. International Affairs Office takes care of the Guest Program that provides foreign delegations with assistance when they have meetings here at the university, and when they are interested in seeing more of the Thai culture.

         Since 2002, International Affairs Office gives students the opportunity to participate in this guest program. As a student you have the opportunity to develop your English language and hospitality skills and at the same time you are of much help to the university. Such experience can be added to your list of extra-curricular activities and will stand out on your resume.


         Foreign delegations are met at the airport and taken to their accommodation arranged by the university. They are guided to the meetings they have with BU Executives, campus tours are given, and sometimes they are taken on a sightseeing tour in and around Bangkok. IAO also looks for opportunities where students can work with other organizations that hold international seminars and conferences in and around Bangkok. At such seminars and conferences, you can help in the practical organization which involves interaction with foreign delegates as well.


  1. To provide students with the opportunity to practice English speaking through hands-on experience
  2. To enhance the students' speaking skills and their sense of responsibility
  3. To make the task of receiving guests more pleasant and efficient
  4. To create a positive image of Bangkok University regarding the students' qualities and abilities

Target group:

  1. Both day and evening program students (Thai and Bilingual programs.
  2. Thai students who study in the International College.


  1. Day and evening program students (Thai program), Thai students who study in Thai, International, or Bilingual programs.
  2. Thai students with a Cumulative GPA not lower than 2.5
  3. Thai Students with a good command of English
  4. Passed English no less than 2 classes with a B grade or higher

Application Procedure:

  1. Applicants can download the application form from BUIAO website or send a request to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  2. Fill out the application form and email it together with a copy of your current class schedule, an unofficial transcript and a photo to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  3. The original documents need to be submitted on the interview day. Applicants must pass the English interview given by the BUIAO staff
  4. The selected applicants must join the liaison training organized by BUIAO.


  1. Students will gain more confidence in using English for communication
  2. BUIAO can be an "agent" for Bangkok University and external institutions in providing English speaking students to join their activities
  3. BU guests, external institutions, as well as the university will all benefit from this extended service


          Students equipped with other language proficiency, e.g. Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian, etc., are welcome to join the BU Liaison Project.

Q & A

What does liaison mean?

We have called this program for students the BU Liaison Project. The word liaison means cooperation and exchange of information between two organizations. These two organizations are Bangkok University and the foreign delegates, guests, clients, or, the institutions that organize seminars and conferences. A liaison represents Bangkok University and collaborates with other persons and groups.

Are liaisons paid for their work?

Your participation in the liaison project is not financially rewarded, although other organizations might offer a modest sum of payment. We would like you to see this kind of work as a service during which you can gain valuable experience that will be of benefit for your future career.

What do I need to do?

If you are a Thai student with a GPA not lower than 2.50 and have already good English language skills but like to develop yourself more in conversation with foreigners, then you are welcome to apply this project. The applicants can download the application form from BUIAO website or send a request to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . We will also need to attach a copy of your current class schedule, an unofficial transcript and a photo. You will be invited to an interview and finally placed on our stand-by liaisons list. Whenever there is a seminar, conference or guest program that requires more people, you will be contacted and asked to participate.

What about project work during study time?

We will not ask you to work for us during your class hours, although in urgent situations exceptions can be made for which you will receive a letter of absence request for your teacher.

How do I prepare myself for the project work?

Mostly, foreign delegates want to know about the study programs offered at Bangkok University. They also may ask about BU's history. Questions are also asked about the jeux de Taxi jeux de Camion jeux de Parking jeux de Moto Thai culture, the meaning of special festivals and ceremonies. You need to become knowledgeable in this regard and able to explain simply and clearly. In the working world, to be on time is important and we ask you to be punctual. We also ask you to wear the university's uniform because you represent Bangkok University during your liaison work.

How can I join?

If you feel inspired and you think the liaison project will be beneficial to you, feel welcome to contact us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it. We will contact you in return to make arrangements.

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Tailor-made collaboration program

Tailor-made collaboration program at Bangkok University, Thailand

Our programs incorporate forward-looking trends in Business and Multi-Media, World of Culinary Arts, Leadership and Human Development, work-camp learning for students in sustainable work solutions, and local and international cooperation. Bangkok University International Affairs Office (BUIAO) offers tailor-made programs to our partner and non-partner universities across the world.

Catch the opportunity to learn in a creative learning environment and enter deeper into your field of work and interest. Come and explore Bangkok, the city that was awarded by Travel + Leisure Magazine 2010 the 
"World's Best City”.

How to connect your university and us with special tailor-made program?

1 Contact our Bangkok University International Affairs Office (BUIAO)

Address: Director, International Affairs Office (BUIAO), Bangkok University (City Campus)

119 Rama 4 Road, Klong-Toey, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand  Phone:  +66 2350 3500 ext. 1730 - 1734, 1547

Website: https://buiao.bu.ac.th/    E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

2 Tell us your special requirements: Number of participants, objectives of the program, students’ field of study and interest etc.

3 We will work on budget and detail of the program with you!

Letter of Recommendation

This is a letter issued by Bangkok University that you will need when applying for admission into an international study program at another university, in Thailand or abroad. The letter will support and recommend you to the study program you are applying for. A recommendation letter can also be used when you want to apply for a job.   

How to obtain a Letter of Recommendation?

International Affairs Office (IAO) provides the form to apply for a letter of recommendation, and takes care of the processing of the letter of recommendation. At the bottom of this page you will find the form to apply for a recommendation letter. You Save

can print out this form, or obtain the form at Records Division on both campuses or International Affairs Office at Main Campus. Either way, you will need to return the completed form to us together with the required documents.

What are the required documents?

For the processing of your letter of recommendation, you will need to bring:

  • The completed application form
  • One original copy of either the official or unofficial transcript for each recommender.
  • Receipt of your fee payment to the Financial Office: 30 Baht for each requested letter of recommendation.


  • Obtain an application form
  • Fill out the recommendation form
  • Ask a lecturer (or Dean/Director) from the study program you graduated from to agree to write a recommendation for you. This person must be a full time lecturer. He/she must have known you well throughout or during most of your 4-year study program and should be able to recommend you for your specific qualities, abilities and study results.
  • Return the completed form with the required documents to Records Office or IAO, and we will contact the recommender to write the official recommendation.
  • You will receive an appointment slip from the office that states when you can collect your letter(s) of recommendation. Collecting of the letter(s) is mostly possible 5 working days after the submission date.


When applying to more than one university, it would be good to ask two or more persons to write a recommendation for you. Using copies of one recommendation to apply at different universities is also possible. The recommendation signed by the recommender is an official letter issued by Bangkok University and prepared by International Affairs Office. The letter will be sealed and needs to be sent by the student to the target university.

How to contact International Affairs Office?

International Affairs Office is located in Building C6, Floor 1, at Main Campus. Our office hours are from 8.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,Mondays through Fridays. You can also contact us by email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it , or by phone: 02 407 3888 ext. 2730.



Due to the bilingual policy at Bangkok University, BUIAO provides translation service (English to Thai and Thai to English) to all offices of Bangkok University. Please click here to download the translation request form 

Please submit to BUIAO the original document and the request form through the supervisors of your division.


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