UPDATE: This is a national requirement. Not only do you have to get your degree notarized/verified by your embassy, you have to then get these documents verified at Changwattana in BKK. The following is based on the process my boss (British) just completed. Go to the British embassy in BKK. Get a letter and a copy of your degree notarized/verified and officially stamped. About 1500Thb or more. Go to Changwattana with these documents at 8am. Take a place in the queue. Get documents from embassy translated into Thai. 800ThB. Take downstairs to be certified and stamped. 400 + 300ThB service charge. Finish before 1pm. Registered post to have documents returned to you in 3 days. 60ThB. I am surprised this has not been given more attention. Maybe it will be soon.