The School of Architecture and Design, KMUTT is a multi-cultural and creative educational environment which nurtures young designers and architects. We welcome students with strong passion in design and willingness to explore, experiment and apply their creativity for the advancement of society. In addition to basic proficiencies in drawing and sketching, we look for students with an open and experimental spirit.
Personal statement must be able to demonstrate the following:
- Your motivation to study – Why you decide to apply for the program and why you choose SoA+D, or KMUTT
- Your expectation from the study – How the study can accommodate your future career plan or other things you would like to achieve after graduation
Portfolio should be a tangible evidence of your potential and interest. All materials in the portfolio should be original pieces; any kind of duplication is not recommended. Portfolio must be able to demonstrate the following attributes:
- Your basic skills or spatial comprehension– sketching, drawing, painting, printmaking, model making, or photographic work. Minimum of 5 pieces
- Your ideas/ works are related to the discipline of study (architecture, interior architecture, industrial design and communication design). Minimum of 5 pieces
- Other evidence of extra-curricular activities (For example: social activities, academic activities, etc. during the last 3 years)
The focus of your portfolio is the content. We would like to encourage use of simple format that clearly shows your potential and interest that we are looking for. The portfolio should have an international paper dimension- A4 or A3. The maximum size should not exceed A3.
Applicant must bring the original portfolio on the interview day.
Your interview will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Ability to handle a formal conversation in English
- Ability to discuss about art and design in general, topics such as architecture, interior architecture, product, artwork, literature, movie as well as relevant social and cultural issues
- Ability to express self-interest, passion and commitment in the discipline of study