Manorom International Christian School
Step 1: Documents Required at the Time of Application
The following documents are required before notification of application or admissions status can be provided and on-site testing can be scheduled.
Please submit a fill-in application form to MICS Admission Office through email at email@example.com or by postal mail together with supporting documents in the list below.
MICS Admission Office
Manorom International Christian School
164 Moo 3. Tumbon Khung Sampao
Manorom, Chainat 17110 Thailand
Tel. +6656-491691 / +66624484551
An application is considered complete only after the MICS Admissions Office has confirmed receipt of all Step 1 documents.
A minimum of the most recent 2-3 years of school reports including reports from the current school year (all terms, semesters or grading periods issued to date are required), where the student is old enough to possess them, including teacher comments and attendance records. The reports must be issued in English by the school or officially translated into English.
Grading Key, if not already included as part of the school reports.
Recommendation Form completed by either the Principal or the Counselor at your child’s current school (for Grade 7-12 applicants only).
- Copy of student’s passport photo page
- Copy of parent’s passport photo page (parent who is employed in Thailand)
- Non-refundable application processing fee of Baht 1,500 per student.
Additional documents required at time of application for Thai or Dual Thai/expat nationals: Please note that your child’s name on the school reports and expatriate passport, must be the same name that your child has on his/her Thai birth certificate and House Hold Registration:
- Copy of expatriate parent’s passport photo page if student is applying as a dual national
- Copy of student’s expatriate passport photo page if student is applying as a dual national
- Copy of student’s Thai Birth Certificate (original Thai language version preferred) and Household Registration – both first and last names must be the same names as those on the expat passport and school reports.
- Copy of Thai parent’s Thai Household Registration
- Copy of Thai parent’s Thai National Identity Card
The following document should be provided as soon as they are available:
Updated school records, reports, or transcripts – from most recent semester, term or quarter (reports issued after the application was submitted but prior to enrollment at MICS)
Official transcript(s) in a sealed envelope (required of High School students)
Step 2: Visa application
After MICS Admissions Office has issued the acceptance letter, applicant can apply for NON-Immigrant ED visa at any Thai Embassy or Thai Consulate abroad. Any student that comes to Thailand with visitor visa could apply for NON-Immigrant ED visa at Thai immigration office. It is important that your visa must be valid for at least 21 days. Please see Student Visa Process for a guideline.
Notification of Residence for Foreigners
Once student arrives Thailand, school needs to report residence of foreigners to the immigration. According to section 38 of the 1979 immigration act, “House owners, heads of household, landlords or managers of hotels who accommodate foreign nationals on a temporary basis who stay in the kingdom legally, must notify the local immigration authorities within 24 hours from the time of arrival of the foreign national.
The following documents are required by the Singburi Immigration office for completion of the residence report:
House registration, house rental contract, ID of the landlord
Step 3: Medical Documents Required for Enrollment
Note: We recommend that you complete the medical requirements after MICS has sent notification your child’s admissions status and reserved a seat on his/her behalf in order to ensure seat availability and avoid unnecessary medical expenses.
The medical forms may be submitted after your arrival in Thailand however should not be completed more than 6 months prior to your child’s date of enrollment. Please note that both forms are required before your child can be authorized to start school at MICS. If either of these documents is missing, incomplete or completed improperly, enrollment will be delayed until all required documents have been received and are complete.
Medical Forms: completed in English and signed by the medical provider and including the stamp or seal of the doctor, clinic or hospital.
Step 4: Starting at MICS
Upon arrival, please contact MICS office and submit additional updated supporting documents. Student can purchase uniform and other materials at MICS office before school starts. Tuition fee can be paid 3-week after term starts by cash or bank transfer.
Bank: Kasikorn Thai Bank (K-Bank)
Account name: Manorom International Christian School
Account no: 027-1-93840-3