Application Process for Non-Thai Students

When to Apply

2019/20 Places

We are still accepting applications for 2019/20. Please note that many Year Groups are currently waitlisted. Please contact our  Admissions Office to check availability before applying.

2020/21 Places

Applications will be processed from 21st August 2019 onwards. We recommend early applications to avoid disappointment. You can reach us at admissions@patana.ac.th and / or +66 2785 2205 – 2209 / +66 2785 2228.

Step by Step Process

Step 1: Prepare Documents

Please prepare all the documents before beginning the online application process.

School Recommendation

This must be sent directly to admissions@patana.ac.th by your child's current teacher with a writing sample.

Nursery, Foundation Stage 1 and 2 and Year 1

Year 2 to Year 10

Year 12

Documents

Please prepare scans ready for uploading to the online application. If any documents are not in English, please provide professionally translated copies.

School Reports (Last 2 years)

Child’s Birth Certificate or Adoption Papers

Child’s and Parents’ Passports (Photo page only)

Passport photos of child and parents

Thai ID and House Registration (Only for Dual nationals with one Thai parent)

Forms

Please print, complete and scan ready for uploading to the online application.

Application Agreement

Application Fee – Bank Transfer or Credit Card / Letter of Guarantee

Doctor’s Letter

Year Group Forms (No forms required for Year 2 and 3):

Nursery

Foundation Stage 1 and 2

Year 1

Year 4, 5 and 6

Year 7, 8 and 9

Year 10

Year 12

Step 2: Submit Online Application

All applications must be submitted online. Please note that we are unable to process any application until all required documentation has been received. Submission of an application form does not guarantee a place.

As a first-time user, please register to create a login and password.

Step 3: Application Review and Assessments

Applications will be reviewed and any required assessments arranged subject to the availability of places.

We will assess the following applicants:

  • EAL – Applicants who are non-native speakers or multilingual in English and other languages, will be assessed for their English language abilities by an EAL (English as Additional Language) Specialist. This assessment will take place at our school by appointment, prior to confirmation of a place.
  • All Foundation Stage (Nursery, FS1 and FS2) students will be assessed to check their readiness for school entry.
  • Applicants with any potential or confirmed Learning Support needs should make full disclosure of this at the time of submitting the application.
Step 4: Admissions Decision

An admissions decision will be made taking into consideration the results of any assessments, school reports, a confidential recommendation from the previous school and availability of places.  We will contact you as soon as possible to advise whether we are able to offer a place.

If your application has been successful you will receive a formal offer letter from the Head of School.  Please note that you are not guaranteed a place until you receive this letter.

Step 5: Enrolment

Once a place has been offered, parents should sign and return the offer letter to accept the place.  An invoice for an initial fee payment of THB 50,000 will be sent upon acceptance. This non-refundable fee must be paid in order to hold your child’s place. Copies of valid non-immigrant visas for Thailand must be provided before your child starts school.