The University of Reading have partnered with Thammasat University to deliver a range of double master's programmes in Law. After completing a year in each institution, you will receive two Master's awards. You will also benefit from discounted fees and pre-agreed entry requirements.
Double master's programme
You will spend your first year at the Thammasat University studying on any of their master's programmes in law.
In your second year, you transfer to the University of Reading and choose from a wide range of master's programmes in law, depending on your chosen area of specialisation.
Upon successful completion of 2 years, you will be awarded a master's degree from both institutions.
LLM International Law, Thailand
The University of Reading is pleased to offer Thammasat students a10% discount on their tuition fees when spending their second year at the University of Reading.
- Successful completion of one-year of Thammasat master's programme
- English Language requirements: IELTS 6.5 with no element below 5.5
The international student experience
The School of Law thrives on the lively academic environment developed from cross-cultural collaboration. Both our student and staff communities are made up of people from all around the globe.
In a recent survey of international students by the independent education research company i-graduate, the Reading School of Law achieved a 90% overall learning satisfaction score (International Student Barometer 2018). Particular highlights included expert lecturers, academic English, multicultural environment, research and course organisation.
We offer pre-arrival support, a specialised induction programme, dedicated library, careers sessions and law language teaching to all our international students.
Our team of advisers are available to offer support on issues such as money matters, visa queries, accommodation and even help with defining words which might be unfamiliar to you. You can also benefit from the Reading University International Mentoring Scheme, matching you with a current student mentor at the University.