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BBA-2-2017: Guide for BBA On-line Registration Procedures

The BBA International Program would like to inform you the guide for on-line registration procedures in Vision Net System.  The students must prepare themselves for the registration process and strictly follow the instruction below.
I.              Get Ready for On-line Registration
To utilize the on-line registration process, prior to the registration period, the students must have the following items:
             (1) Student Identification card,
(2) Username and password for modem remote access (The passcodes have been delivered to all students),
             (3) Bank account with Krung Thai Bank (KTB), Tha Prachan branch, and
(4) Tuition fee deposited in the bank account.  Specifically, prior to registration period, the students must obtain aforementioned items (Passcode and Bank Account) by following these instructions:    
Password for modem remote access
If the students forget the passcodes, ones must request for new set of username and password for the modem remote access from the Information Processing Institute for Education and Development, 4th floor of Multipurpose Building I.           
Bank account with Krung Thai Bank
If the students have not opened the account with Krung Thai Bank, ones must do so by themselves at Krung Thai Bank, Tha Prachan branch.  Moreover, the student identification card must be linked to that particular bank account. 
The documents required to open new accounts are as follows:
§  Student identification card (If a student loses the student identification cards, he/she must request for a new one at The Office of the Registrar, 2nd floor of Multipurpose Building I),
§  One copy of national identification card with signature certifying true copy.
§  Request form to open new account.
§  Cash in an amount of 500 Baht for initial deposit.
The BBA International Program is implementing the on-line payment system.  The tuition fee will be deducted automatically from the bank account at the time of registration.  Thus, the students must calculate the total fee that must be paid and deposit the require amount of cash in the account.

II.            Examine Course Offerings and Determine Tuition Fee
For each semester, students must enroll in various different set of courses depending on major areas or classes.  The courses taken in each semester may range from general basic courses, business core courses, major compulsory courses, or major elective courses.  In addition, the students may need to register in free elective courses or minor area courses to fulfill the graduation requirements.
The Program will assign seats to all students for general basic courses, business core courses, and major area courses.   Thus, there is no need for the students to request quota for those courses.   
The list of courses offered in the Second Semester of Academic Year 2017 is on October 30, 2017 at the BBA website.
The tuition fee can be calculated using the information that is available at BBA website.
III.           Cross Cohort Requests
For the students who would like to register in minor courses (if any), double major courses (if any) or courses offered for other groups of students due to the fact that they drop “W” from the course, get an “F”, or need to re-grade the course, the students must specify the reasons for the request and file the petition on-line via cross cohort request system. 
The time period for cross cohort request for Second Semester of Academic Year 2017 is scheduled during November 1, 2017 at 09:00 a.m. to November 2, 2017 at 04:00 p.m.    The result of cross cohort request will be announced on November 6, 2017 in the BBA website. 
After receiving the petition, the BBA Program will allocate the seats to the students whose reasons are valid.  The results will, again, be forwarded to The Office of the Registrar for the records.  The students can then register for all the courses via Vision Net system.  
IV.           Course Quota Request for Free Elective Courses
After consulting with study plan, students who would like to register in free elective courses must request the quota for those courses in the BBA website.  The quota request system for free elective courses is a system used to allocate seats to students who would like to register in free elective courses under “First-come, First-serve” basis.  
The time period for quota request for Second Semester of Academic Year 2017 is scheduled on November 3, 2017 at 09:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.  The result of quota request will be announced on November 6, 2017 in the BBA website. 
For your own benefits, please follow the instruction strictly when using the quota request system.  Again, “First-come, First-serve” basis is applied to the seat assignment in the course quota request system.  Please make sure that the number of courses requested is not exceeding the maximum number of courses allowed; otherwise, penalty measures might be applied. 
To ensure the fairness and transparency of the quota assignment process, the students must strictly follow the below instructions and requirements.  The details are as follows:    
(1) According to the study plan, the Program will determine maximum number of free elective courses that each student can request through the quota request system.  The students must submit the quota request for those courses, not exceeding the maximum number of courses allowed, via quota request system.
(2) If in Course Quota Request Period I, the students request quota for more than the maximum number of courses allowed, the quota request sent will be cancelled, without prior notice.  The students must request for seats during Course Quota Request Period II on November 7, 2017 at 09:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.   The result of quota request period II will be announced on November 8, 2017 in the BBA website.  However, if the students do not comply with the aforementioned rule during Course Quota Request Period II, the requests sent during the period will be cancelled and the students must, later, register for the courses during the Add-Drop Period.
The maximum number of courses that the students in each group are allowed to request via quota request system is stated below:
Student ID 58XX (Major Accounting)                                   =  1 course
Student ID 58XX (Major: Finance)                                        = none
Student ID 58XX (Major: Marketing)                                     = 2 courses
Student ID 59XX (Major Accounting)                                   =  1 course
Student ID 59XX (Major: Finance)                                        = none
Student ID 59XX (Major: Marketing)                                     = none
(3)   If the students are found cheating by submitting the request prior to the given time period, the quota requests will be cancelled.  The students may enroll in the courses that have seats available during the Add-Drop Period. 
After completing the quota request procedures, the Program will forward the results to the Office of the Registrar.  The students can later register in the requested course(s) via Vision Net system. 
V.            Section Selection Requests
For the courses that have multiple sections/groups, the students must choose the section/group via section selection request system during November 9, 2017 at 09:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m. The result of section selection request will be announced on November 11, 2017 in the BBA website.
VI.           Examine Courses Assigned
The BBA International Program will announce the list of courses that have been assigned to each student on November 13, 2017.  The students must examine the list of courses assigned and inform the Program if ones do not wish to register in the course(s) assigned by filing the Registration Petition Request Form and send E-mail to during November 14 –15, 2017.  Otherwise, the students are required to register and pay for all courses assigned.  The list of course(s) assigned after considering petition will be announced on November 16, 2017.
Please note that not taking the course(s) according the study plan set by the Program may delay your graduation.  You are responsible for your own study plan in the future.  You must also the risk of schedule conflicts in the future. 
VII.      Register for courses via Vision Net system and On-line Payment via Krung Thai Banking System
The students must register on-line at during November 20, 2017 at 9.00 a.m. to November 22, 2017 at 4.00 p.m. and make the tuition payment on-line during the same period.  The manual of Vision Net system is available for download at
The students must determine the tuition fee that must be paid from the given information and deposit the required amount in the bank account.  The student must enter the webpage of on-line payment system after registering for the courses in the Vision Net System and log-in using the login name and password given by Krung Thai Bank.  If there is insufficient fund in the bank account, the registration made will be voided.  The payment period is identical to the pre-registration period; i.e., during November 20 – 22, 2017. 
VI.          Late Registration and Tuition Payment
The students who fail to register the courses or make the tuition payment during the pre-registration period must do so during the late registration period at  The Program scheduled the late registration period during January 16, 2018 at 9.00 a.m. to January 19, 2018 at 4.00 p.m.  During this period, the courses assigned will still be there for the students to register; however, after this period, the quota assigned will be cancelled.  The tuition must be paid in an on-line payment system right after the courses registration.  The fine of ί45 per day (starting from January 18, 2018 onwards) will be collected. 
Note that the students who fail to register during the pre-registration period and late registration period will not be able to register for Second Semester of Academic Year 2017.   
VII.     Add-Drop Period
Add-Drop Period for Second Semester of Academic Year 2017 is scheduled to be January 16, 2018 at 9.00 a.m. to January 19, 2018 at 4.00 p.m.  If there are seats available, the students may register in the courses at  Please note that “First-Come, First-Serve” basis is applied.  
Posted date: October 20, 2017 - 03:03 p.m.