FAQs

  • Please discuss directly with a CETA consultant as the rates may differ for different countries and selected courses. However, in general CETA does not charge any consultation fees while you’re in the process of choosing your preferred course up until the Student Visa application process.
  • If you’re not sure where to start, feel free to discuss with any of CETA’s consultants who have completed their studies and experienced living overseas themselves and have first-hand information that they could share with you.
  • For Second Language courses, in general, the rates may range from 8,000 – 12,000 THB a week. For Secondary level education, the rates for a placement at a public school ranges between 700,000 – 800,000 THB per term and for private schools, the school fees are about 1 – 2.5 million THB per year. **Remarks: This information is provided in year 2014 and the rates may change every year; also taking exchange rate fluctuations into account. Discuss with a CETA consultant directly at 02-7125300 to quickly gather all the information you’d like to know.
  • Most Thai students opt to study in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
  • According to Australian laws, foreign students wouldn’t be able to change courses for the first 6 months into the education course. Exceptions are made only when it is completely necessary and involves an exception letter. In the case that any student does not follow the law, they will be sent back to Thailand and would not be able to continue their studies in Australia.
  • All certificates earned would be according to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) which is the standard Australian education framework that is well accepted in many countries world-wide. Hence, the certificates could be widely used for job applications as well as further studies.
  • Yes, having a visa to study in Australia is mandatory. Students would also be expected to closely follow the guidelines enforced by the visa granted. CETA will help students with every step in the visa application process, including long term visa applications for students who would like to study the English Language. Long term visas are valid for longer periods of time between 2 – 3 years. This would help students feel more secure and do not need to waste time going through the visa application every year.
  • The chances that students from countries with ‘Assessment levels 1 and 2’ would break visa laws are much lower than students from countries with ‘Assessment levels 3 and 4’. Hence, the visa application process is not as complicated and can be processed after a school placement has been offered. On the other hand, for countries under ‘Assessment levels 3 and 4’, students may need to start preparing for visa application even before they choose what they’d like to study.
  • Thailand is categorized under assessment level 2 with the exception of secondary studies, Masters and Doctorate that involves research; these are categorized under Level 1.
  • Students who are holders of the multiple travel visas may freely travel back and forth between Australia and Thailand multiple times.
How does CETA charge for the service?
Please discuss directly with a CETA consultant as the rates may differ for different countries and selected courses. However, in general CETA does not charge any consultation fees while you’re in the process of choosing your preferred course up until the Student Visa application process.
How will I be able to know which Education Institute offers the courses I’m interested in?
If you’re not sure where to start, feel free to discuss with any of CETA’s consultants who have completed their studies and experienced living overseas themselves and have first-hand information that they could share with you.
Where could I get more information about the cost for Second Language courses or to further my education for Secondary level?
For Second Language courses, in general, the rates may range from 8,000 – 12,000 THB a week. For Secondary level education, the rates for a placement at a public school ranges between 700,000 – 800,000 THB per term and for private schools, the school fees are about 1 – 2.5 million THB per year. **Remarks: This information is provided in year 2014 and the rates may change every year; also taking exchange rate fluctuations into account. Discuss with a CETA consultant directly at 02-7125300 to quickly gather all the information you’d like to know.
Which city do most Thai students select for their studies?
Most Thai students opt to study in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
If I’d like to change my selected course halfway through, would that be possible?
According to Australian laws, foreign students wouldn’t be able to change courses for the first 6 months into the education course. Exceptions are made only when it is completely necessary and involves an exception letter. In the case that any student does not follow the law, they will be sent back to Thailand and would not be able to continue their studies in Australia.
Are course completion and graduation certificates for Bachelor’s Degree, Masters and Doctorate Degrees from Australia well accepted in Thailand?
All certificates earned would be according to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) which is the standard Australian education framework that is well accepted in many countries world-wide. Hence, the certificates could be widely used for job applications as well as further studies.
Will I need a visa to study in Australia?
Yes, having a visa to study in Australia is mandatory. Students would also be expected to closely follow the guidelines enforced by the visa granted. CETA will help students with every step in the visa application process, including long term visa applications for students who would like to study the English Language. Long term visas are valid for longer periods of time between 2 – 3 years. This would help students feel more secure and do not need to waste time going through the visa application every year.
What’s the difference between countries that are categorized as ‘Assessment levels 1 and 2’ and ‘Assessment levels 3 and 4’?
The chances that students from countries with ‘Assessment levels 1 and 2’ would break visa laws are much lower than students from countries with ‘Assessment levels 3 and 4’. Hence, the visa application process is not as complicated and can be processed after a school placement has been offered. On the other hand, for countries under ‘Assessment levels 3 and 4’, students may need to start preparing for visa application even before they choose what they’d like to study.
Which Assessment level is Thailand categorized under?
Thailand is categorized under assessment level 2 with the exception of secondary studies, Masters and Doctorate that involves research; these are categorized under Level 1.
Is it possible to visit Thailand during school holidays?
Students who are holders of the multiple travel visas may freely travel back and forth between Australia and Thailand multiple times.