What is the Writing Clinic?

     The Writing Clinic is a service providing guidance in written English from native English speaking lecturers with items such as research papers, abstracts, resumes (CVs), and letters.



     Writing Clinic Procedures

1. Appointments can be made from Monday to Friday at 10am, 11am, 1pm, and 2pm.
2. Appointments can be made up to 90 days in advance. Each person is normally restricted to 2 hours (i.e. 2 appointments) on any one day.
3. You must be present at the Writing Clinic when your document is being edited.
4. Appointments should not be made with two editors at the same time.
5. Your document should be in Word form and available as an electronic copy, not a hard copy.
6. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR DOCUMENT ONLY THROUGH E-MAIL, not with a flash/handy drive or similar device.
7. The submitted document should not come from "Google Translation".
8. The Writing Clinic offices are at the Division of International Affairs and Language Development located on the
    4th floor of CITCOMS building.
9. Cancellation, or changes to the date or time, of your appointment must be made at least 24 hours before the
    appointment time at 0 5596 1610 or  diald@nu.ac.th

Important: Failure to cancel this way 3 times will result in being blocked from the service for 3 months.



     Select a Writing Editor

All three editors can accept writing from all faculties and fields.

kroebl@yahoo.co.uk

peterb@nu.ac.th

paul.diald@yahoo.com










:: Address
Division of International Affairs and
Language Development
5th floor, CITCOMS Building,
99/9, Moo 9, Tumbon Tahpoh,
Muang, Phitsanulok 65000

:: Contacts
Office of Global Engagement
Office of International Services
0 5596 1607
international@nu.ac.th

Office of Language Development and Testing
0 5596 1610
diald@nu.ac.th

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