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BANGKOK 27 March 2019 01:23
chado

How much will be the cheapest education visa?

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I'll need it only for a few months.

Note that I don't want to study, neither do I want to stay a long time in Thailand using the visa. 
 

How much approximately will it cost? Any school, any class. The cheaper a school, the better. And even better if a school isn't strict about me actually studying and comming to the classes.

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I would guess that not many members have done a search on this issue.  

 

 

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On 2/18/2018 at 1:44 PM, chado said:

Note that I don't want to study,

 

And people wonder why there was a crackdown on Ed visas and extensions.

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On 2/18/2018 at 1:44 PM, chado said:

neither do I want to stay a long time in Thailand using the visa. 

 

Then your best option would be to go and get a tourist visa, it will certainly be the cheaper option.

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On 2/23/2018 at 10:25 AM, pearciderman said:

 

Then your best option would be to go and get a tourist visa, it will certainly be the cheaper option.

I'm not asking what the cheapest and best option is.

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How much approximately will it cost? Any school, any class. The cheaper a school, the better. And even better if a school isn't strict about me actually studying and comming to the classes.

1yr ED visa with no class attendance costs 12K-15K baht. Possibly, you can bargain it down proportionally to the length of your stay. As a rule, those schools charge such students 5K for visa extension (in case you stay >3 months) for negotiations with the immigration (1900 baht fee included). Most of the schools I've found were from BKK/PTT but probably there are some on popular islands (Phuket, Samui). They are pretty open about such offers, so they are googlable. Basically, any "1yr ED-visa for <20K baht" offer you find is the one with no actual classes to attend.

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