MASTER IN FINANCE (International)

The Master in Finance Program at Thammasat Business School (TBS) is a part-time program providing opportunity for those enrolled to continue their full-time career during a two-year study

Classes are held in 4-6 weeks modules in selected evenings and during week-ends.



Study Abroad

MIF students can choose to study abroad for one full semester during their second year with the program.

In-Coming Students

Course offerings and course description are provided for the incoming exchange students to seek approval of course equivalency from a home university prior to their departure. The incoming exchange students are required to submit a course registration request form which contains a list of selected courses, upon acknowledgement of exchange coordinators at the home university, to the Center for International Affairs before the deadline.


Pre-course Waiving Procedure
Pre-course Waiving Procedure Who is eligible to get exemption?  Students must earn at least a "B" or an equivalent grade for a substitute course. If 2 or more courses are proposed to substitute one course, the aforementioned rule must apply to each proposed course.  Courses stated in (1) must be taken within the previous 5 years.  A written exam or an interview or a demonstration may be arranged to evaluate students' competency in a proposed course.  A set of documents, comprising of a copy of transcript, and a course description or course outline of proposed substitute course(s) must. Candidates who would like to waive MIF pre-course(s) shall perform as follows: Please find files (1.1) and (1.2) Fill out (type) the information needed in (1.1) by using (1.2) as an example.   Please use one request form for each course intended to waive course (s)  Then the completed petition form plus its supporting documents required (a copy of transcript, and a course description or course outline of proposed substitute course(s) must accompany each request form must be sent to MIF office via email to mif.thammasat@gmail.com This must be done by February 20-24, 2017. Late submission will not be accepted. List of pre-course descriptions (1.3). MF501 Mathematic for Finance I MF502 Mathematic for Finance II MF503 Basic Econometrics MF504 Basic Economics  MF505 Fundamental Accounting and Finance Pre-course waiving result will be announced on March 2, 2017. ** Last year course outline as an example will be provided on the last year pre-course syllabus (1.4). This is aimed to provide you with our MIF pre-courses outline, so that you will have an idea on how they look like and this help to make a decision whether you should ask to get exemption or not. Attached files as follows: 1.1 Template of petition to waive MIF pre-course.doc  1.2 An example on how to fill out the petition form.xls 1.3 Pre-course descriptions.pdf 1.4 The last year pre-course syllabus.pdf    Your next schedule will be: Pre-course registration on March 3-4, 2017 from 09:00 a.m. - 04:00 p.m. at MIF office room 125, 1st Floor, Thammasat Business School building, Thammasat University (Tha-prachan campus). Orientation and pre-course begin on Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 09:00 a.m. - 04:00 p.m. at room 213, 2nd Floor, Thammasat Business School building, Thammasat University (Tha-prachan campus). Pre-course tuition fee 2017.pdf  Schedule of pre-course 2017.pdf