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  • Sripatum International College www.spu.ac.th/intl/
  • Sripatum International College, Sripatum University 61 Phaholyothin Road, Jatujak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand Tel : +662 579 1111 ext. 1017-8, 1303 Fax : +662 558 6868 UPCOMING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS for SIC: ACADEMIC YEAR 2013 1) Bachelor of Arts in Marketing Communication & Media 2) Bachelor of Arts in Airline Business 3) Bachelor of Business Administration in International Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Findingthebestuniversityorcollegeandtheperfectprogramtomatch interests, skills and career ambitions is an exciting time for all students and their parents as they get ready to make the wonderful transition from high school to university life. Now more than ever with AEC soon opening amazing new prospects, it is imperative for anyone entering university to think ‘international’. With this in mind, the Seventh Annual International Programs in ThailandHandbook is an excellent reference to begin a productive search into educational choices. With revised and updated information, descriptions and details, along with two new sections, interviews with two universities and a list of The ASEAN University Network member universities, this edition is a vital source of answers to the most important decision in your life; a decision that should be based on the latest information regarding educational opportunitiesavailable. As Thailand continues to play an expanding and dynamic role in the region, FTC’s goal to provide graduating high school students with unbiased information about international programs has gained a reputation unmatched by any other publication of its type. This year’s handbook sees a massive 10,000+ copies being printed. Our increased print-run is needed as the handbook is now freely distributed to students at 130 international schools, 158 private bilingual schools and 176 schools with English and Mini English Programs throughoutThailand. In addition, our 2013 handbook is shared with counselors at all internationalandbilingualschoolsinThailand,120+leadingThaihighschools, 500+ school, university, public and corporate libraries, 170+ foreign embassies and consulates in Thailand, all Thai embassies and consulates overseas and finally, starting this year, our handbook will be distributed to all counselors and librarians at international schools throughout ASEAN. We continue to place our handbook in as many places as we can as we know from feedback received that a great many students have started their educational search with our content as an indispensible reference. Easy to find, it is increasingly being recognized as providing a clear and concise introduction to educational opportunities available in The Kingdom of Thailand. In closing, I would like to add that we believe our Handbook - InternationalProgramsinThailand plays a vital role in a continuing and widening trend to support friends and colleagues at the institutes included. This handbook is our way to show our continuing support for our friendsineducationastheystrivetodevelopThailandasaleaderinproviding exceptional international programs to a growing number of Thai and internationalstudentsseekingqualityeducationinalandknownforitshospitality. IntrIntrIntrIntrIntroductionoductionoductionoductionoduction Mahidol University
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.73 4 With the current global environment and dynamic changes that are taking place today, every educational institution must rise to the challenge of providing the best for students as they face the demands of the world around them. Bangkok University is one of the leading institutions in Thailand that has positioned itself to meet this challenge and offers its students the opportunitytoexcelbeyond standard expectations. Bangkok University’s commitment to Creativity is enhanced by its mission towards internationalization and focus on generating student ability in entrepreneurship, to embed these aspects into its culture, among its faculty and staff as well as its students. “Howcanwemakeourstudentscompetitive,intermsoflanguageproficiency,andintermsoftheir abilitytoworkinternationally?” Asks Dr.SiriwanRatanakarn, Vice President for International Affairs. “Itissomethingthatwehavetowatchveryclosely.Bytheyear2015, therewillbesevenprofessions that will become open for mobility and free-flow of skilled labor between ASEAN member states - Bangkok University : Moving Forward with the AEC *Dr.SiriwanRatanakarn “ ” We have already revised our curriculum to meet those professional standards as our students will have to compete with more graduates from neighboring countries in todayís job market. SpecialSpecialSpecialSpecialSpecialSection
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 3 5 of which, many of our graduates belong to.” As of now, there are professional associations in these areas that have already set new professional standards. For example, the ASEAN Architect Council has already placed guidelines that dictate how employment in this field within the ASEAN community should be. “Wehavealreadyrevisedourcurriculum to meet those professional standards as our students will have to compete withmoregraduatesfromneighboringcountriesintoday’sjobmarket.” “Right now in Bangkok University International College, we have studentsfromover50countries,whichisthefirststeptolearningtoperform at the international level. Our diverse faculty from around the world at the International College also brings a wealth of perspective to our institution. Bangkok University is a small international arena. When you go into the classroom,youhaveclassmatesfromcountriesallovertheworld-sothisis the beginning of how our students start to get connected, learn and share. Our degree programs that we offer in both the international and Thai programs employ project-based and student-centered teaching methods. The students learn to be hands-on, learn to work with the equipment in additiontotheory,sothattheyapplywhattheylearnintorealpractice.” Bangkok University’s Tourism Tower is a brand new, state-of-the-art facility complete with hotel rooms, a lobby, front office and much more. “One floor contains a computer lab with actual software and programs that are used in the hospitality and airline industry to become familiar with ticketing and reservation functions. The BU Restaurant and Caf is considered a simulator for students to hone their skills from the restaurant management class to run real operations. There is a Kitchen Studio with individualcookingstationsforculinaryinstructionandpractice,whichgives our students the opportunity to discover and develop their craft in a safe, guided environment.” Bangkok University leads students towards being professionals in their area of study. Through these practical applications and use of real-world equipment, BU’s graduates are ready to provide great value with little need for training once they enter the workforce. www.buic.bu.ac.th *Dr.SiriwanistheVicePresidentofBangkokUniversityforInternationalAffairsandisthecurrent Acting Vice President for the International College. She has been with Bangkok University for 27 years and is a veteran in international education.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.73 6 SpecialSpecialSpecialSpecialSpecialSection KMUTT ranked among the Top 400 in Times Higher Education rankings 2012-2013. Assoc.Prof.SakarindrBhumiratana, the President, said, “OnethingthatmakestheUniversity ranked in this year’s rankings is research papers because King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi published more than 350 research papers this year. The number of the research papers seemsnotsomanywhencomparingwithotheruniversities,butincomparisonwithanumberofonly700 lecturers and researchers, the University finally received higher score than others in Thailand. However,therankingisnotourpriorityasourmainmissionistoproducegoodandqualifiedgraduates to develop the society and the nation. Besides, one of our roles is to produce and promote quality researchpaperstobewellrecognizedandusedasreferences.KingMongkut’sUniversityofTechnology Thonburi published a variety of research papers written by our lecturers and researchers who conducted the quality research with continuous support and promotion of future research from the University. During the past years, the University took great pleasure and pride in being ranked by King Mongkutís University of Technology Thonburi takes pride in being 1 of the top 400 world class universities at the international level ranked by THE or Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-2013 and being the only one university in Thailand in this yearís rankings.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 3 73 73 73 73 7 several rankings; for example, being ranked No. 352 in Engineering and InformationSciencebyQSWorldUniversityRankings2012;beingranked No. 161-170 by QS Asian University Rankings and No. 1,293 by Scimago Institutions Rankings 2012. All these rankings emphasize our aim to be a university dominating in research and academic excellence at the internationallevel.ThoughtheUniversitydoesnotgiveprioritytothebetteror higher rankings, we sincerely acknowledge that they not only raise our moralebutalsoareconsideredrewardsforustoencourageourdetermination toproceedwithourexistingaimandcarryoutourmainmissionstoproduce goodandqualifiedgraduatestoservethesocietyandconductresearchfor thebenefitsofthenation.TheseareourutmostgoalsoftheUniversity.” Assoc. Prof. Sakarindr continued, “King Mongkut’s University of TechnologyThonburiplacesemphasisonproducingstudentstohavelateral thinking and be confident of thinking and expressing their ideas in classrooms,andonlearningprocesstoensurethatstudentswilllearnhowto think, write, present, search and discover ways to apply their entire knowledgetodesigningtheirbesttasks.Particularly,ouremphasisincludes energy saving, and our laboratories are provided for students to learn by practice. Furthermore, the University takes into consideration the environment and learning atmosphere for students by providing free Wi-Fi service to assist them in searching all information independently through the internet. Last but not least, the Library Center is equally important as collection of knowledge with high technology which makes it unique from others and encourages students in using services at all times. Being here, ourstudentsareproudofbeingapartofthisUniversity.”
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.73 8 Higher education administration The Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand (OHEC) is responsible for Thailand’shighereducationatbothundergraduate and graduate levels. The OHEC is directed by the Board. According to the Article 16 of the Ministry of Education Regulatory Act, the Board has the authority to formulate higher education developmentpoliciesandplans correspondingto the National Economic and Social Development Plan and National Education Plan. It has to set standards while providing resources as well as carry out follow-up activities, inspection and evaluation of higher education management on the basis of academic freedom and excellence of each individual degree-granting institution. Moreover, the Board has to consider issuing regulations,criteriaandofficialordersasdeemed necessary. The OHEC has the mandate and authority to manage and to promote higher education with respect to the degree-granting institutions’ academicfreedomandexcellence.Therefore,the OHEC will have the following mandates: (1) Formulate policy recommendations, higher education standards, higher education development planning and carrying out international cooperation on higher education, (2) Devise criteria and guidelines for TTTTThai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher EducationTTTTThai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher Educationhai Higher Education resources allocation, establishment of higher educationinstitutionsandcommunitycollegesand providing financial support, (3) Coordinate and promote human resources development, to improve student capacityincludinghandicapped,disadvantagedand gifted and talented students in higher education institutions and to coordinate and promote research activities that generate new body of ChulalongkornUniversity MahidolUniversity UniversityoftheThaiChamber of Commerce
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 3 9 knowledge for the support of the national development, (4) Provide recommendation on the establishment, dissolve, amalgamation, upgrading and closing down of higher education institution and community college, (5) Implementhighereducationmonitoring, inspection, and evaluation as instructed by the OHEC and to compile data and information on highereducation, (6) Serve as the Secretariat to the OHEC Board, (7) Perform other functions prescribed by lawasauthoritiesandresponsibilitiesoftheOHEC, and to carry out assignment instructed by the Minister of Education or the Council of Ministers. Currently there are: (1) 80publicuniversities classified as 63 limited admission universities; 2 open admission universities; 15 autonomous universities including 2 Buddhist universities, (2) 71 private higher education institutions and (3) 20communitycolleges. Higher education policies Thailand’s Higher Education Development Plan has been formulated and integrated into the successive 5-year National Economic and Social Development Plan, interfacing educational activitiestotheeconomic,socialandculturalgoals of national development. The OHEC has developedtheSecond15-YearLongRangePlan onHigherEducation(2008-2022),whichhasbeen considered a significant innovation in higher educationadministration.Theobjectiveoftheplan is to provide recommendations on directions for development of higher education with diversity and differences that are responsive to the country’s development. The key theme of the Long Range Plan is an effort to eliminate persistent problems of the Thai higher education in order to set the right directions for higher education development, lessen duplication, upgrade quality, and enhance efficiency. In order to strengthen Thai higher education system, the Long Range Plan has set a major goal to be achieved by developing Thai higher education institutions into 4 categories comprising of (1) research and graduate universities, (2) specialized and comprehensive universities,(3)4-yearuniversitiesandliberalarts colleges, and (4) community colleges. AnumberofstrategiesincludingtheNational Research University Initiative, which are in line with the Framework of the Second 15-Year Long RangePlanhavebeenimplementedtobetterthe quality of Thai higher education and enhance the roleofthe9nationalresearchuniversitiesnamely (1) Chulalongkorn University, (2) Thammasat University, (3) Mahidol University, (4) Kasetsart University, (5) King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, (6) Chiang Mai University, Khon kaen University King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.74 0 (7) Khon Kaen University, (8) Suranaree UniversityofTechnology,and(9)PrinceofSongkla University. As science and technology has the major role to play in strengthening the nation’s self- reliance, sustainability, and competitiveness, centres of excellence in priority areas of science and technology were established as the inter-university consortia in 1999. At present, there are altogether 71 academic units from 25 universities/research institutions participating in 11 Centres of Excellence namely: (1) Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Chemistry, (2)CentreofExcellenceonEnvironmentalHealth and Toxicology, (3) Centre of Excellence on Hazardous Substance Management, (4) Centre of Excellence on Petrochemicals and Materials Technology, (5) Centre of Excellence on Energy Technology and Environment, (6) Centre of Excellence on Agricultural Biotechnology, (7) Centre of Excellence on Postharvest Technology Innovation, (8) Centre of Excellence in Mathematics, (9) Centre of Excellence in Physics,(10)CentreofExcellenceonBiodiversity, and (11) Centre of Excellence on Medical Biotechnology. A new movement in higher education in succession to the Second 15-Year Long Range Plan on Higher Education is the announcement of the 11th Higher Education Development Plan (2012-2016) formulated as a direction to strengthen Thai higher education with “LEGS” strategy, i.e. L = Leader of Change Management for Quality Education (All for quality education and quality education for all), E = Educator professional, G = Graduates with quality and social responsibility, and S = Satangutilization Educational standards and quality assurance The OHEC has a significant mission to encouragefull-fledgedqualityassurancesystems within all public and private higher education institutions by providing policy guidelines, supporting for knowledge sharing activities, and implementing related international projects. The quality systems are the external quality assurance (EQA) conducted by the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA) and internal quality assurance (IQA) prepared in the form of self-study report by institutions of higher learning. A self-study report consists of 9 aspects of quality factors provided by the OHEC. They are 1) philosophy, commitments, objectiveandimplementationplan,2)teachingand learning, 3) student development activities, 4) research, 5) academic service to the community, 6) preservation of art and culture, 7) administration and management, 8) finance and budgeting and 9) quality assurance andenhancement. TheOHECservesasalinkwiththeONESQA to ensure effective communication flow, mutual understanding and further actions for institutions Faculty of Law, Thammasat University Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 4 1 afterexternalqualityassessmentsarecompleted. In order that Thai degrees are internationally recognized, the OHEC has intensively encouraged Thai higher education institutions to work in close collaboration with many leading institutions around the world to heighten the quality of instructors and programs. Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education In addition, the Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education was initiated in 2003 to assist the implementation of education guidelinessetoutintheNationalEducationActof 1999, ensure consistency in both standards and award titles, and make clear the equivalence of academic awards with those granted by higher education institutions in other parts of the world. Theframeworkwillhelpprovideappropriatepoints Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep of comparisons in academic standards for institutions in their planning and internal quality assurance process, for evaluators involved in external reviews, and for employers in understanding the skills and capabilities of graduates they may employ. TheThaiQualificationsFrameworkforHigher Education and the guideline in implementing the Thai Qualifications Framework or Higher Education have been proclaimed in July 2009 to serve as guidelines for higher education institutions in developing or improving their programs of study and the teaching, and enhancing the quality of education provision so as to produce quality graduates, and for the purpose of higher education qualifications recognition. Under the framework, it is required that the quality of graduates at every level of qualifications and course/field of study fulfils the domains of learning set by the OHEC. At least 5 domains of learning need to be fulfilled, i.e. ethics and moral, knowledge,cognitiveskills,interpersonalskillsand responsibility, and numerical analysis and communicationandinformationtechnologyskills. Development of infrastructure and networking system • The Inter-University Network (UniNet) The Inter-University Network or UniNet King Mongut’s University of Technology Thonburi serves as fundamental information technology infrastructure linking all in-country higher education institutions to foreign education institutions. During the year 2010-2013, UniNet has been developed to be a national backbone network for research and education for academic institutions called National Education Network or NEdNet. NEdNet provides a powerful network infrastructure placing the fiber optic transmission covering all provinces in Thailand. More than 26,000kilometerslongservesasaninfrastructure basedonDWDMtechnologyandGigabitEthernet for data communication, which allow exchange and sharing of knowledge and resources among institutions. The linkage with educational and research networks overseas enables academic institutions to manage virtual classrooms with institutions abroad. UniNet network services and facilities comprise high speed network for higher
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.74 2 education, education and research network, self-learning centre and sharing educational resources on ThaiLIS, and distance learning on Thai global media network classroom and also e-Learning on Thai Cyber University. • ThailandCyberUniversity(TCU) TheThailandCyberUniversity(TCU)Project was initiated to support higher education institutionsinexpandingeducationalopportunities by using information technology to allow learners to get access to education regardless of time and place, serve as centre for creation of learning sources to promote lifelong learning, enhancehighereducationqualityandknowledge management, and manage the sharing of educational resources among higher education institutions. RamkhamhaengUniversity TCU has collaborated with national and foreign higher education institutions in sharing a pool of personnel and educational resources so as to enhance the higher education institutions’ performance efficiency and save educational budget. In 2012, TCU has forged academic and research collaboration in offering distanceeducationviainformationtechnologywith 44nationalinstitutions. International education • International programs in Thai higher education institutions International programs are broadly delivered in a variety of disciplines both at undergraduate and graduate levels including the certificate programs by public and private higher Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University education institutions. Prominent visiting professors and scholars from well-known international higher education institutions are invited to give lecture in order that students get better global perspectives. The number of international programs is annually rising responding to the demand of both Thaiandforeignstudents.In2012,bothThaipublic and private higher education institutions offered a total of 1,017 international programs using English as the medium of instruction at undergraduate and graduate levels, i.e. 344 undergraduate programs, 394 master’s degree programs, 249 doctoral degree programs, and 30 other degree programs. Foreign and Thai students can take courses for credits from those programs. In addition, joint programs are offered in different disciplines by Thai higher education institutions as a result of the growth in international education. The OHEC made a survey to Thai higher education institutions in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and found the increasing number of joint programs from 61 in 2009to63in2010,92in2011and114programs in 2012 respectively. Degrees conferred under joint programs are categorized into 3 types: joint, double,andnationaldegrees.Curriculumsoffered were jointly designed by Thai and foreign counterpart higher education institutions. These
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 4 3 collaborative degree programs are delivered in a range of degrees from bachelor to graduate diploma. Foreign students in Thai higher education institutions In 2011, the survey on international students in Thai higher education institutions reveals that 20,309 foreign students enrolled in 103 Thai higher education institutions. The top five institutionshousingthehighestnumberofforeign students were Assumption University (4,179 students), Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University (1,276 students), Mahidol University (1,233 students), Ramkhamhaeng University (1,004 students), as well as Dhurakij Pundit University (625 students.) Academic year and enrollment requirement • Academiccalendar Generally, Thai academic year comprises 2 sixteen-week semesters with a summer session. First semester : June - October Second semester : November - March Summer session : April - May Some universities’ academic year start in September-December and January-May and some universities adopted trimester academic year.InpreparationforASEANintegrationin2015, theMinistryofEducationmadeanannouncement in 2012 requesting Thai higher education institutions to shift the beginning of semester to August or September in order to match international academic calendar. This system is expected to launch in 2014. • Undergraduateprogramrequirements Applicantsforundergraduateprogramsmust complete their upper secondary education or equivalent to grade 12 in order to apply for study atabachelor’sdegreeinThailand.Insomecases, the examination is required and followed by an interview, a physical examination or an aptitude test which may differ from one institution to another. Application forms can be obtained by sending requests directly to universities/ institutions. • Graduateprogramrequirements Applicantsforgraduateprogramsmusthave a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Besides officially needed documents accompanying applicationforms,theapplicantsmayberequested to take such additional graduate examination as GRE or GMAT. The process may also include an interview. • Registration Students usually enroll in at least 9 credits per hour but no more than 22 credits per hour per semester for undergraduate programs. Graduate students are required to take between 9 to 15 credit hours. The process of registration must be completed before the class starts. Candidates for the bachelor’s degree must complete the minimum of 120-150 credits. The grade point average must be maintained at least 2.00 or better on the scale of 4 points in order to Srinakharinwirot University Kasembundit University
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.74 4 achieve the degree. Candidates for master’s degreemustcompleteminimumof36creditswith thegradepointaverageatleast3.00onthescale of4points.Thedoctoraldegreeprogramrequires candidates with a bachelor’s degree to complete the minimum of 72 credit hours while master’s degree holders must complete the program with a minimum of 48 credits. • Grading and examination Thai higher education uses a letter grading system in both undergraduate and graduate programs. However, other grading methods can be employed such as points or percentage dependingonindividualinstructorsthroughoutthe courses. Those grading systems are converted as grade points as follows: Silpakorn University ChulalongkornUniversity Two or more tests including mid-term and finalexaminationsaregivenduringtheexamination schedule each semester. Students must obtain at least a cumulative grade point average of not lessthan2.00forabachelor’sdegreecompletion, and 3.00 for a master’s and doctoral degree. Tuition and fees The tuition and fees vary from university to university. Tuition fees for undergraduate study in public institutions are between USD 25-50 per credit hour. Other fees such as student activities, health services are between USD A Excellent 4.00 B+ Very good 3.50 B Good 3.00 C+ Fairly good 2.50 C Fair 2.00 D+ Poor 1.50 D Very poor 1.00 F Failure 0.00 I Incomplete W Withdrawn WF Withdrawn because of failure AU Audit Grade pointGrade Meaning 100-250. Other expenses including student registration, student I.D. card, and graduation fee range between USD 25-150. For the graduate level, the tuition and fees are about USD 1,000-2,000 per year for master’s degree level and about USD 5,000 per year for a doctoral degree program. Undergraduate tuition in private universities/ institutions is about USD 30-90 per credit hour and the graduate programs will charge between USD75-125percredithour.Otherfeesareabout USD 250 per annum while other expenses are about USD 75-150. Room and board Residence halls allow students to live within the campus vicinity, giving them chances to have interactionswithoneanotherandtoparticipatein
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 4 5 various on-campus social activities. Accommodation is available in forms of private-owned studio, or single/double bedroom, at approximately USD 60-215 per month. (1 USD = 35 Baht) Visa application • How to apply for a visa Foreignstudentswhorequireavisaforstudy inThailand(whichtobeissuedincategories“ED”) should follow these procedures: Documents to be submitted with visa application: (1) Visaapplicationformcompletelyfilledout, (2) Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months and its copy, (3) Two 4x6 cm full-faced, bareheaded photos taken within the past six months, (4) Transcript/letterofacceptancefromthe concerned schools/universities or institutes (5) Official note certifying the purpose of travel from the government agencies/embassies and consulates/international organizations/state enterprises in Thailand (6) Evidence of adequate finance (THB 20,000 per person and THB 40,000 per family) Students can apply for a visa at any Royal Thai Embassy and Consulate-General. • Visafee THB 2,000 for single entry (3 months) and THB 5,000 for multiple entries (1 year) • Period of non-immigrant visa Foreign students will be granted a non- immigrant visa valid for 90 days. Qualified persons can obtain an additional 1-year stay permit from the date of entry, referring to the Office of Immigration Bureau’s regulations on extension of stay. • VisaextensioninThailand Foreign students can extend their non- immigrant visas before the expiry date by submitting documentation as follows: (1) Letter of acceptance from the university or institute, (2) Photocopy of passport, and (3) 1 recent photograph of the applicant (4x6 cm.). • Apply for visa extension at: ImmigrationBureau 507 Soi Suan Plu, Sathorn Tai Road Bangkok 10120 THAILAND Tel. (66) 2287 3101-10 Fax (66) 2287 1310 Website:www.immigration.go.th Office hour: Mon-Fri 08.30-16.30 hrs. Mahanakorn University of Technology InternationalAviationCollege, Nakhon Phanom University Bureau of International Cooperation Strategy. (2012). Thai Higher Education. Bangkok: The office oftheHigherEducationCommission. (December 2012).
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.75 0 Assumption University of Thailand HuaMakCampus 592/3 Ramkhamhaeng 24, Hua Mak, Bangkok 10240 Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2300 4553-62 Fax: 66 (0) 2300 4563 Admissions Call Center: 66 (0) 2719 1919 E-mail: abac@au.edu SuvarnabhumiCampus 88Moo8,BangNa-TradKm.26,Bangsaothong, Samuthprakarn10540Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2723 2222 Fax:66 (0) 2707 0395 Website: www.au.edu Motto : Labor Omnia Vincit Brief Introduction AssumptionUniversitywasinitiallyoriginated fromAssumptionCommercialCollegein1969as an autonomous higher education institution under the name of Assumption School of Business. In 1972, with the approval of the Ministry of Education, it was officially established as Assumption Business Administration College or ABAC. In May 1975, it was accredited by the Ministry of University Affairs. In 1990, it was grantednewstatusas “AssumptionUniversity” by the Ministry of University Affairs. The University is a non-profit institution administered by the Brothers of St. Gabriel, a worldwide Catholic religious order, founded in France in 1705 by St. Louis Marie De Montfort, devoted to education and philanthropic activities. The congregation has been operating many educational institutions in Thailand since 1901. The University is an international community of scholars, enlivened by Christian inspiration, engaged in the pursuit of truth and knowledge, servingthehumansociety,especiallythroughthe creative use of interdisciplinary approaches and cybertechnology. International Programs UndergraduatePrograms Martin de Tours School of Management andEconomics • Marketing (B.B.A.) • Management (B.B.A.)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 5 1 (seepage174) • Finance and Banking (B.B.A.) • Accounting (B.B.A.) • Business Information Systems (B.B.A.) • Hospitality and Tourism Management (B.B.A.) • InternationalBusinessManagement (B.B.A.) • Real Estate (B.B.A.) • Industrial Management (B.B.A.) • Insurance (B.B.A) • Business Economics (B.Econ.) • Management (B.B.A.- Commerce Concentration) • Au-WollongongProgram (University of Wollongong, Australia)* • Au-Dominican Double Degree Program (Dominican University of California, U.S.A.)* ABAC School of Arts • Business English (B.A.) • Business French (B.A.) • Business Chinese (B.A.) • Business Japanese (B.A.) • Chinese for Economy and Trade (B.A., Double Degree) (Beijing Language and Culture University, China)* ABACSchoolofScienceandTechnology • Computer Science (B.S.) • Information Technology (B.S.) • Telecommunications Science (B.S.) • Business Data Analysis (B.S.) • Technology Management (B.S.) ABACSchoolofEngineering • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (B.Eng.) • Computer and Network Engineering (B.Eng.) • Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering(B.Eng.) • Mechatronics Engineering (B.Eng.) • AeronauticEngineering(B.Eng.) *Jointprogramswithoverseasinstitutions. Academic Director: Rev.Bro.BanchaSaenghiran,f.s.g.,Ph.D. Numberoflecturers: 1,173 Numberofsupportingstaff: 832 NumberofThaistudents atundergraduatelevel: 14,043 NumberofThaistudentsatgraduatelevel: 1,680 Numberofforeignstudents: 2,803 NumberofStudents’Nationalities: 90 EnrollmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: Application Period for local students:June/November Application Period for overseas students: January/March/June/August/November Tuition and Fees: (approximately per program in USD)* Degree/ Disciplines Bachelor’s Master’s Doctoral Social Science * USD 1 = THB 31 15,270 – 20,095 7,469 – 29,914 12,593 – 41,983 Science 17,143 – 155,172 7,358 – 11,718 16,938 – 26,435 ABACSchoolofNursingScience • Nursing Science (B.N.S.) AlbertLaurenceSchoolof Communication Arts • Advertising (B.Com. Arts) • Public Relations (B.Com. Arts) • PerformanceCommunication (B.Com. Arts) • NewMediaCommunication(B.Com.Arts) • Visual Communication Design (VCD.) • Computer Generated Imagery (CGI.)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.75 2 Rama IV Road, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2350 3500 ext. 1609, 1589 E-mail:buic@bu.ac.th Bangkok University International College Website: www.buic.bu.ac.th International Higher Education for the Global Citizen Bangkok University International College (BUIC) is the English medium undergraduate faculty of Bangkok University, and as part of this creative university it shares high international standardsandthemissiontoproduceoutstanding graduates with an entrepreneurial spirit for any dynamic economy. BUInternationaleducatesyoungpeoplefrom more than fifty countries and inculcates an international perspective that is a significant advantage in any field of endeavor in today’s world. Students are taught by highly qualified faculty, who help students to achieve advanced knowledge integrated with a high level of English proficiency. Most classes are taught on the City Campus,whichisconvenientlylocatedintheheart of Bangkok. The campus is equipped with state-of-theartfacilitiesandacademicresources. CurrentlyBUInternationaloffersundergraduate degree programs in the areas of Computer Graphics and Multimedia, Entrepreneurship, International Tourism Management, Hotel and RestaurantManagement,Marketing,Communication Arts,andBusinessEnglish.Studentsfromaround the world studying together in and out of the classrooms and engaging in cultural, social, recreational, and service activities become knowledgeable and productive agents for positivechangeinanincreasinglyinterdependent world.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 5 3 YearInternationalProgramEstablished:1984 Number of Students: 2,300 students EstimatedTuitionandFeesExpenses for 2013 Academic Year*: 1. Majors other than Computer Graphics and Multimedia: THB 55,000 per semester 2. Computer Graphics and Multimedia Major: THB 65,000 per semester ApplicationPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: Academic Semesters For semester 1: January-May For semester 2: August-December Academic Terms for Local and Overseas Students: Academic Semesters Semester 1: August-December Semester 2: January-May Summer Session: June-July ContactPersonandDetails: Bangkok University International College Admissions Office Tel: 66 (0) 2350 3500 ext. 1609, 1588 E-mail: buic@bu.ac.th International Programs offered • Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship • Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts • Bachelor of Arts in Business English • Bachelor of Arts in International Tourism Management • Bachelor of Technology in Computer Graphics and Multimedia • Bachelor of Arts in Hotel and Restaurant Management • Bachelor of Architecture in Architecture (BilingualProgram) • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design (BilingualProgram) Admissions Information Every applicant must submit the following documents: 1. A high school transcript and diploma* 2. Three1”x1”photographstakennotmore than 6 months from date of application 3. A copy of certificate of name or surname change (if any) 4. A copy of your TOEFL score with a minimum score of 500 (paper-based) or 61 (internet based); or IELTS score with a score of no less than 5.0 in all bands; or SAT with score of at least 1000 (Critical Reading and Mathematics sections). Native English speakers are exempted. 5. Oneletterofrecommendation(forVisiting, Exchange, and Transfer students) *Anyotherequivalenthighschoolcertificates or diploma must be translated into English and certifiedbyastudent’sownMinistryofEducation, ForeignMinistry,orEmbassy. Academic Qualification of Applicants Applicants with any of the following qualifications are eligible to apply: - Grade 12 (or M.6) certificate or high-level vocationalcertificate,oritsequivalent,asapproved by the Ministry of Education - IGCSE/GCSE/GCE “O” Level certificates with results not lower than ‘C’ in at least 5 subjects. - “A” Level certificate with grades not lower than ‘E’ in at least 3 subjects - GED certificate and diploma - IB certificate with scores not lower than ‘4’ in at least 5 subjects - Record of learning with scores not lower than 7 credits in at least 5 subjects for applicants who have graduated from New Zealand - Certificate of Education and Statement of Results, which are issued by Australian QualificationsFrameworkforapplicantswhohave graduated from Australia Visiting Students Students who would like to take some selected courses and receive the credits, but are not seeking a degree at Bangkok University (seepage176) * Pleasenotethatestimatedtuitionfeesareexclusiveofpreparatory courseswhicharemandatedbyadmissionsexaminationtestresults.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.75 4 169 Long-Hard Bangsaen Road, Saen Sook, Muang, Chon Buri 20131 Tel: 66 (0) 3810 2222 Fax: 66 (0) 3839 0038 Burapha University Website:http://www.buu.ac.th Brief Introduction Burapha University is a public university located in the Eastern Seaboard Area of Thailand. Today the university offers a wide variety of degrees in many disciplines of the arts, sciences, technologies, health care, and humanities. There are currently 27,509 full-time students and 20,653 part-time students. International Programs Faculty Disciplines Number of Lectures (supportingstaff) Number of Thai Student (ForeignStudent) Estimate TuitionFee (US$ per year) Year Established Undergraduate Degree International College 40(15) 7(2) / 41(24) 4,700 2006/2012 4,700 4,700 4,700 4,700 4,700 4,700 2006/2012 2006/2012 2012 2012 2006 2006 28(15) / 6 29(19) / 19(2) 5(-) 8(2) 24(23) 14(2) - Business Administrations (B.B.A.) - Management (B.B.A.) - Marketing (B.B.A.) - International Tourism Management (B.B.A.) - International Hotel Management (B.B.A.) - Tourism and Hotel Management (B.B.A.) - Management Information System (B.B.A.) - Business Information System (B.B.A) - Logistics Management (B.B.A.) - International Business Management (B.B.A.) - Finance (B.B.A.) - Communication Skills for HRD (B.A.) - Global Business Communication (B.A.) - Fine and Applied Arts (B.F.A.) 25(14) / 90(2) 4,700 2006/2012 121(6) 4,700 2012 16(2) 4,700 2012 30(12) / 35(15) 4,700 2006/2012 5(-) 4,700 2012 10(-) 4,700 2012 5(-) 8,000 2012
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 5 5 Facility and Services • auditorium • laboratories • bank • medical services • bookstore • postal services • campus transportation • residential services • central library • sport facilities • computer center • others Residence and dormitories The university and private dormitories are available both inside and outside the campus. The rent rate is approximately USD 100 to USD 200 per room per month. Furthermore, there are also apartments and condominiums with a sea view on the beach around 5-10 minutes drive to the campus. Admission Requirements Degree/Requirement Bachelor Master Doctoral English Proficiency Test TOEFL 450 or IELTS 5.0 TOEFL 500 or IELTS 5.5 TOEFL 550 or IELTS 6.0 Qualifications High School Diploma (Grade12) or Equivalent Bachelor Degree in related field Master Degree in related field Year Established: 1955 EnrollmentPeriodforLocalandOverseaStudents: year-round BachelorProgram(BUUIC): year-round Academic Semesters (BUUIC): First Semester: September to December Second Semester: January to April Summer Section: May to July Assoc. Prof. Rana Pongruengphant, Ph.D. Dean, International College Tel: 66 (0)8 1949 3464 Fax: 66 (0) 3874 5856 E-mail: renap_g@yahoo.com, rena@buu.ac.th Website: http://buuic.buu.ac.th Contact Person and Details: Asst. Prof. Pichan Sawangwong, Ph.D. Vice President for International Relations Tel: 66 (0)8 1781 8871 Fax: 66 (0) 3839 0047 E-mail: Pichan@buu.ac.th Website: www.buu.ac.th Faculty Disciplines Number of Lectures Number of Thai Student Estimate TuitionFee (US$ per year) Year Established Postgraduate Degree Education - Teaching English as a Second Language - Human resources Development (M.A.) - Educational Administration (Ph.D.) - Human Resources Development (Ph.D.) - Teaching English as a Global Language (M.Ed.) (M.Ed.) 15(2) 27(17) 3,200 2002 12(2) 21(32) 3,200 2006 8(3) - 6,500 2009 21(1) 6,400 2002 (supportingstaff) (ForeignStudent) (USD 1 = THB 30) Graduate School of Commerce - Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Business Administration (D.B.A.) 45(45) 17(3) 23 6,500 10,000 2012 2012 Nursing - Nursing Science (M.N.S.) - Nursing Science (Ph.D.) 35(2) 1(17) 31(1) 6,650 7,500 1995 2005 Public Health - Public Health (M.P.H.) - Biological Science (Ph.D.) - Bioengineering (M.Eng.) - Bioengineering (Ph.D.) 21(2) 23 1(-) 3,000 7,500 2001 2012 Science Engineering 8,000 20125(1)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.75 6 Brief Introduction Christian University of Thailand is one of the prestigious institutions established by the Church of Christ in Thailand on September 7, 1983. The Ministry of University Affairs authorized Christian College to offer the first bachelor’s degree program in Nursing Science. Christian University of Thailand is presently located on 70 acres of the land in Donyaihom Sub-district, Nakhon Pathom Province, 31 miles Southwest of Bangkok. H.R.H. the Crown Princess Sirindhon presided over the formal opening of the new campus and the unveiling of the nameplate on the main academic building named in her honor on June 6, 1997. Five years later H.R.H. the Crown Princess returned to preside over the Christian University of Thailand is a ìHealthy Universityî which builds future competent leaders with international standard of educational system along with creating student learning and living with loving care and green biophysical environment. Janjira Wongkhomthong R.N., Ph.D. Asst. Professor (President of Christian University of Thailand) ì ì formal unveiling of the new “ChristianUniversity” sign, and dedicated a botanic garden in her patreness, on June 28, 2002. Every year H.R.H. Princess Somsawalee presides at Christian University of Thailand’s commencement ceremony. The presences of members of the Thai Royal Family are great honor for the university. Christian University of Thailand is connected to the world through our association with sister universities and colleges. We are active in the AssociationofChristianUniversitiesandColleges in Asia (ACUCA) with 56 member institutions, International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) with more than 400 member institutions and we are an adjunct member of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Nakhon Pathom Campus 144 Moo 7, Donyaihom, Muang, Nakhon Pathom 73000 Tel: 66 (0) 3422 9480 Fax: 66 (0) 3422 9499 Bangkok Campus Siam Complex Educational Center at the Church of Christ in Thailand Building, 328 Phayathai Road, Rajthevi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2214 6038, 2214 6303-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2214 6039 Christian University of Thailand Website: www.christian.ac.th, www.ctubuddy.com
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 5 7 Universities (APCU) in the U.S.A. with 81 member institutions. Christian University of Thailand has built academic partnerships with 44 universities and companies all over the world; 6 in U.S.A., 2 in Australia, 3 in Austria, 1 in Bangladesh,2inBrazil,1inChile,9inP.R.China, 5inTaiwanROC,2inHongKong,Japan,Korea, Vietnam and Cambodia, 1 in Malaysia, Philippines,Indonesia,andIndia. International Programs offered at main campus in Nakhon Pathom Bachelor’sDegreePrograms 1. Bachelorof NursingScience(BNS) Emphasis is on professional knowledge and skills of nursing at the international standard. Students gain basic education in life sciences, in the state-of-the-art nursing laboratories, practice and supervised clinical practice in all areas of nursing in the most modern and high-tech hospitals. Nursing graduates are well prepared to be qualified to take the Registered Nurse licensed examination in Thailand and overseas. 2. Bachelor of Arts in Business English (BA in Busi. Eng.) Emphasis is on the knowledge and skills ofspeaking,listening,readingandwritingBusiness English in real situations. The program is taught bynativespeakersofEnglishandhighlyexperienced ESL instructors using an advanced modern computerized language laboratory as well as a broad range of multi-media instructional aides. The students gain professional practice in English in enterprises within the country and overseas. 3. Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality and Tourism Industry (BA in HTM) Emphasis is on professional knowledge and skills in the fields of hotel and tourism management; using well-equipped hotel and restaurantlaboratoriesandinrealhotelandtravel agencies.Studentsareeducatedbyexperienced instructors using the instructional framework of the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the ProfessionalGuideAssociation.Thestudentsgain professional practice in 5-Star Hotel and top Tourism enterprises within the country and overseas. (seepage177) InternationalProgramEstablished:2003 Number of Lecturer(s): 42 NumberofStudentsinInternationalProgram(s): 219 EnrolmentPeriodforLocaland Overseas Students: June 1-12 Academic Semesters: Two semesters and one summer ContactPersonandDetails: Ms. Rasamee Luckanawannaporn International Program Offered at downtown campus in Bangkok (Siam Complex Educational Center) Master’sDegreeProgram • Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language (MA in TESL) Emphasis is on molding English teachers with academic excellence, ability and skills in teachingEnglishasasecondlanguagebasedon appropriate context and cultures. Highly competent native English speakers and TESL
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.75 8 254PhayathaiRoad,Pathumwan,Bangkok10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2218 0209 Fax: 66 (0) 2218 0208 Email: int.off@chula.ac.th Chulalongkorn University Website: www.chula.ac.th,www.inter.chula.ac.th Brief Introduction ChulalongkornUniversity,theoldestandone of the most prestigious universities in Thailand, was founded in its present form in 1917 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). It was named after his father, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), who laid thefoundationsformoderneducationinThailand. In keeping with the shared vision of both kings, Chulalongkorn University has maintained its reputation for academic excellence ever since, andhasbeeninstrumentalinnationaldevelopment. ChulalongkornUniversity,knownfamiliarlyas “Chula”, extends over a 456-acre tract of land. It has grown constantly in the near-century since its founding, and today is a comprehensive university offering over 500 programs in almost all areas of study, 86 of them international. Both traditional academic disciplinesandinterdisciplinarystudiesareincluded. The enrolment is currently approximately 40,000 students. For more information, please visit www.chula.ac.th. Chulalongkorn University and the International Standard Chulalongkorn University’s International Programshaveenjoyedalonganddeservedhigh reputationforall-roundacademicattainment,and this was cemented with the announcement of the QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) World Rankings for 2011-2012, which sees the university achieving a nine-place rise in the table from 180th to 171st place among the world’s top 2,000 universities. Chulalongkorn University is the high-ranking
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 5 9 university in Thailand for four out of five areas of academicdiscipline: • Art&HumanitiesRanking:69th oftheworld • Engineering&ITRanking: 104thoftheworld • LifeScience&BiomedicineRanking:78th of the world • NaturalScienceRanking:138th oftheworld • SocialScienceRanking:68th oftheworld Moreover, the university ranks 1st in Thailand, 100th in Asia and 492th in the world according to SCIMAGO Institutions Rankings World Report 2011.Thereportaimsatbecominganevaluation frameworkofresearchperformancetoworldwide research organizations. AcademicCalendar Semester Classesbegin Classesend Two-SemesterSystem First Academic Calendar Semesterends Second Summer TrimesterSystem First Second Third InternationalSystem First Second Summer 1st week of Jun 1st week of Nov 1st week of Apr 1st week of Jun 1st week of Oct Last week of Jan 2nd week of Aug 2nd week of Jan 1st week of Jun Last week of Sep Last week of Feb 2nd week of May 3rd week of Sep 2nd week of Jan 2nd week of May 1st week of Dec Last week of Apr Last week of Jul 2nd week of Oct 1st week of Mar 2nd week of May Last week of Sep 3rd week of Jan 3rd week of May 3rd week of Dec 3rd week of May Last week of Jul Note: • Two-semester system is used for all regular programs which taught in Thai and some international graduate programs. • Trimester system is used for some international graduate programs. • International system is used for all international undergraduate programs and some international graduate programs. • To apply to an international program. You can contact the program administrator directly, please visit int.off@chula.ac.th. However, an applicant must check the semester system before submitting the application. For degree-seeking student, the application form must summit to the Faculty concerned directly. For exchange student, the application form must submit through the International Office of home university. Office of International Affairs Tel: 66 (0) 2218 3331-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2216 1299 E-mail: int.off@chula.ac.th Website: www.inter.chula.ac.th Bachelor’sDegreeinInternationalPrograms There are 8 faculties offering 13 programs. 1.TheFacultyofArchitecture • B.Sc. in Architectural Design • B.A. in Communication Design 2.TheFacultyofArts • B.A. in Language and Culture 3.TheFacultyofCommerceandAccountancy • B.B.A in Accounting • B.B.A. in International Business Management 4.TheFacultyofCommunicationArts • B.A. in Communication Management 5.TheFacultyofEconomics • B.A. in Economic 6.TheFacultyofEngineering • B.Eng. in Aerospace Engineering • B.Eng. in Automotive Design and Manufacturing Engineering • B.Eng. in Information and Communication Engineering • B.Eng. in Nano Engineering 7.TheFacultyofPsychology • B.Sc. in Psychological Science 8.TheFacultyofScience • B.Sc. in Applied Chemistry
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.76 0 125/502 Polpichai Road, Hatyai, Songkla 90110 Tel: 66 (0) 7420 0300 ext. 242 Fax: 66 (0) 7420 0366 E-mail: dricinfo@hu.ac.th Website:http://dric.hu.ac.th Didyasarin International College Hatyai University Dr. Prapas Panjiang (Acting Dean, Didyasarin International College) ì Didyasarin International College (DRIC) is one international faculty of Hatyai University that offers academic programs in an international environment. Our qualified instructors and staff are deeply committed to being professional facilitators meaning we are doing whatever it takes to help our students achieve the learning outcome. Curricula have been carefully developed to equip students with qualifications and skills that are essential to meet the demanding requirements of industries and to succeed professionally in an international setting. At DRIC, we offer students programs of study in modern educational facilities, open-access computer labs with high-speed Internet, a safe, friendly and supportive environment, as well as individual attention to each studentís needs. ì Brief Introduction The University envisions to become a leading private university in Thailand, to go internationalandproduceprofessionalgraduates for the good of society. On the auspicious occasion of its 10th Anniversary, the University has launched a significantmilestonebyestablishingtheDidyasarin International College (DRIC). Didyasarin is the family name of the founder and licensee, Madam Praneet Didyasarin. The College is not an autonomous body, but its status is equivalent to afacultywithintheUniversity.OnMarch5th,2008, the College held its first press conference to inaugurate three programs during the 2008 academic year. Currently, the college offers four programs as follows: • International Business English • Business Chinese (bilingual program) • Digital Media Design (bilingual program) • InternationalBusinessManagement Details of Programs • BA in International Business English (IBE) This program focuses on International Business English communication. All classes are instructed in English by Thai and native speaking staff. Over 90% of graduates find careers in the trade, hotel, tourism and export, industries and government services. • BA in Business Chinese (BC) This program emphasizes Chinese for business communication. Students learn basic
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 6 1 (seepage176) Academic Director: Dr. Prapas Panjiang Year Established: 2008 Numbers of Lectures: Thai Lectures: 15 Foreign Lectures: 9 NumberofThaiStudentsin InternationalPrograms: 196 NumberofInternationalStudentsin InternationalPrograms: 5 Estimated Expenses for 2013 tuition fees: (approximately per program) BA International Business English THB 92,000 BBA International Business Management THB 84,000 BA Business Chinese THB 63,000 BFA Digital Media Design THB 104,000 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: First Semester: 1 December - 31 May Second Semester: 1 – 31 October Academic Semesters: First Semester: June – October Second Semester: November – February ContactPersonandDetails: Miss Rochelle Javier and Miss Thiyada Kaewchana Didyasarin International College Hatyai University 125/502 Polpichai Road, Hatyai, Songkla 90110 Tel: 66 (0) 7420 0300 ext. 242 skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening. Culturalactivitiesareprovidedasameanoflearning. • BBA in International Business Management(IBM) Thisprogramofferseducationininternational business management and trade. All classes are taught in English. Graduates may find jobs in internationaltrade,financing,bankingsectors,etc. • BFA in Digital Media Design (DMD) This program concentrates on graphic communication,animationandmovingimagesand interactiondesign.Areasofstudyincludegraphic communication, interaction design (e.g. touch screens technology, new media technology), classical animation, computer 3D animation, production design, film and motion graphic. All classes are taught by the skilled designers who specialize in this exciting area. Application Requirements • An applicant must have graduated from grade 12, or an equivalent from institutions recognized by the Thai Ministry of Education. • An applicant may not suffer from any serious illness or disability which may impair his/ her study. • An applicant must have no record of serious misconduct. • An applicant must be proficient in English asdeterminedfromcredentialsand/orexaminations. Facilities and Services Didyasarin International College offers a variety of facilities and services, which include air-conditionedcafeteria,freeshuttlebusservice, Krung Thai bank, library and reading room, Students-One-StopService,postoffice,self-access language learning centre, sports and fitness centre, student career and placement service, student counseling service, visa and immigration service and visual arts studio. Residence and Dormitories HU provides dormitory for students on campus. At present, the newly built dormitory building has the capacity of 312 female students. However, the university is making an effort to build more dormitory building to accommodate male and female students. Each room is well furnished with AC, fan, TV, and washroom and canbeoccupiedby4students.Thechargeranges
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.76 2 Dusit Thani College Website: www.dtc.ac.th Bangkok 1 Soi Kaenthong, Nongbon, Pravet, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2361 7805, 2361 7811-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2361 7806, 2721 8475 E-mail: dtcollege@dtc.ac.th, marketing@dtc.ac.th Pattaya 382/2 Moo 6, Sukhumvit Road, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150 Mrs. Veera Pardpattanapanich (Rector, Dusit Thani College) ì ì Welcome to DTC If your passion is in Hospitality Industry. We offer you the best opportunity in having it. Our commitment in quality will assist you to reveal the bright future. Brief Introduction Dusit Thani College is a hospitality industry institution belonging to The Dusit International. It was founded in 1993 by the owner Thanpuying Chanut, who always interested in the field of education and recognized the need for specialized hospitality training in Thailand. DusitThaniCollegeopeneditsdoorsinJune 1993. Since then, students have received extensive theoretical and practical training from Asia’s newest and most advanced hospitality educationalinstitute. In addition to Bangkok Campus, Dusit Thani College recently expanded to a eastern region by establishing Dusit Thani College Pattaya City Center in 2011. International Programs B.B.A., Faculty of Hospitality Industry • Hotel and Resort Management (with the academic certification of Ecole h teli re de Lausanne) • CulinaryArtsandRestaurantManagement (a joint degree with Le Cordon Bleu)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 6 3 Admission Requirements • IB Diploma (International Baccalaureate Diploma), or • High school certification or equivalent qualification recognized and approved by the Ministry of Education Thailand with minimum TOEFL score of 525 (iBT 79), or minimum IELTS score of 5.5, or minimum SAT scores with critical reading of 550, writing of 550 and mathematics of 500. • A medical examination from a hospital using the college’s medical form Application and Documents • ApplicationForm • Transcript (2 copies) • High School Certificate (1 copy) • Photocopy of House Registration or Passport (1 copy) • Photocopy of ID Card (1 copy) • Three (3) current passport photos taken within the last six (6) months • A medical check up using the college’s medical form • A THB 500 application fee Facilities and Services Bartendingroom,demonstrationandtraining restaurant, simulated hotel reception area, housekeeping suites, language centre, three languagelaboratories,mock-uptravelcentre,four fully equipped demonstration kitchens and five practical kitchens, practical room for fruit and vegetable carving, practical room for flower arrangement, computer laboratories, canteen, coffee shop, fully equipped fitness centre, extensive academic resources centre and large student locker rooms Residence and Dormitories The college has no on-campus dormitory. However,thereareplentyofflatsandapartments near the college for rent pricing from THB 3,000- THB 6,000 per month. www.dtc.ac.th Academic Director: Mr. Siripong Rugmai YearInternationalProgramEstablished:2001 NumberofLecturers: 79 NumberofThaiStudentsin InternationalPrograms: 251 NumberofInternationalStudentsin InternationalPrograms: 19 Estimated Expenses for 2013 Tuition Fee: Approximately THB 300,000 (USD 10,000) per year for tuition fee and additional charge of approximately THB 24,000 (USD 8,000) for health insurance and other matriculation fees. **THB30perUSD1 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: First Intake: January to May Second Intake: September to January Academic Semesters: First Semester: August to December Second Semester: January to May ContactPersonandDetails: Ms. Piyachat Katanyuta Ms. Vilairat Suranowarat
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.76 4 Tel: 66 (0) 2312 6300-73 ext. 1711-1718 Fax: 66 (0) 2312 6412 E-mail:admission@hcu.ac.th Huachiew Chalermprakiet University (HCU) Website: www.hcu.ac.th Brief Introduction Huachiew Chalermprakiet University (HCU) was founded as the first non-profit private university in Thailand by Poh Teck Tung Foundation. The university has a proud history extending back to 1942, when the foundation established the Midwifery School at Huachiew Hospital. In 1981, the school was upgraded to HuachiewCollege. Theuniversitycameintobeingin1992,when HisMajestyKingBhumibolofThailandgraciously granted the foundation’s request and bestowed upon the new university the name, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University. On Thursday, 24 March 1994, Founder’s Day, His Majesty the King graciously presided over the university’s Opening Ceremony. The university is currently actively pursuing international academic cooperation. We believe an international outlook will reap great benefits in the fields of academic development and public health. HCUiscommittedtodevelopingvariousfields of study that meet the needs of society, by producing graduates who are academically competent professionals. An education at HCU places special emphasis on developing a set of moral and ethical principles that are the basis of being a good person, a good Thai citizen and a good citizen of the world.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 6 5 International Programs UndergraduatePrograms • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English and Chinese Aware that English and Chinese are two of the most important languages for international communication, HCU offers a dual major Bachelor’s Degree in English and Chinese. HCU is the first university in Thailand to offer such an innovative program. • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)InternationalProgram The BBA International Program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in today’s complex and dynamic business environment. This goal is accomplished by utilizing native English speakers as well as foreign-educated Thai instructors. As a group, these instructors possess business experience in local and international firms, ranging from SMEs to multinational enterprises.Anoptionisavailabletospecializein Chinese business and to study Mandarin specifically, which addresses the reality and importance of the emerging Chinese market in the global economy. Admission Requirements • Completion of M6 (grade 12), or the equivalent, as accepted by the Thai Ministry of Education • Acceptable results in National University EntranceExam,HCUAptitudeTest,SAT,GCSE, or an equivalent exam • Acceptable results in an English proficiency test administered by HCU, an accredited institute, TOEFL, IELTS, or an equivalent test • Excellent record of good behavior • Good physical and mental health • Satisfactory HCU interview results Facilities and Services The main campus covers 150 rai (60 acres), located at Km. 18, on the Bangna-Trad Highway, Samutprakarn. The Yossey Campus is located onAnantanarkRoad,PomprabDistrict,Bangkok. The campus at Bangna has modern housing, air-conditioned classrooms, instructional and AV equipment,languagelabs,computerlabs,science labs, a self-learning resource center, along with sports and athletic facilities. Residence and Dormitories Separate male and female dormitory accommodation is available on campus. Dorm fees are approximately THB 4,000 to 5,200 per semester. There are also private dormitories and apartments nearby, with costs varying from THB 2,000 to 3,000 per month. AcademicDirector: Associate Professor Prachak Poomvises, PhD InternationalProgram Established:2004 Number of Lecturers: 55(IncludingAdjunctFacultyMembers) NumberofThaiStudents inInternationalProgram(s): 216 NumberofInternationalStudents inInternational Program(s): 23 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: Approximately THB 68,250 per year for BA and THB 64,750 per year for BBA EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: First Semester: June to October Second Semester: November to March Summer Session: March to May Academic Semesters: Three (3) Semesters ContactPersonandDetails: Student Admission Department, Office of the Registrar Tel: 66 (0) 2312 6300-79 ext. 1711-1718 Fax: 66 (0) 2312 6412 Website:www.hcu.ac.th E-mail: admission@hcu.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.76 6 129 Moo 6, Phoe-Tak Sub-district, Muang, Nakhon Phanom 48000 Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 4253 1577 Fax: 66 (0) 4253 1574 International Aviation College, Nakhon Phanom University Website:http://iac.npu.ac.th ì ìINTERNATIONAL AVIATION COLLEGE A 100% STATE-OWNED COLLEGE NAKHON PHANOM UNIVERSITY Brief Introduction International Aviation College-Nakhon Phanom University (IAC-NPU), the only 100% state-ownedflyingschoolinThailand,wasfounded on 2nd April 2007. The College is placed under NakhonPhanomUniversity,MinistryofEducation. The College has been approved by the Department of Civil Aviation-Thailand as an Approved Training Organization (ATO), as laid down by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Annex 1–Personnel Licensing, since 15th October 2007. Aim • To produce Airline Pilots of International Standards and Quality. Objective • To thoroughly train the selected candidates from ab-initio stage to fully fledged Airline Pilots to qualify for Commercial Pilot LicencewithMulti-engineandInstrumentRatings of International Standards. Our Core Course Our core course is CPL/ME/IR. IAC is the onlyflyingschoolinThailandthatoffersMultiCrew Cooperation (MCC) and Jet Orientation Training (JOT) Courses 36 hours on fixed base simulator Airbus A320. E-mail: iac@npu.ac.th Facebook: www.facebook.com/iacnpu
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 6 7 Additional Courses Offered In addition to the integrated course CPL/ME/ IR + MCC and JOT course mentioned above, IAC also offers modular courses as follows: • Private Pilot Licence (PPL) • Multi Engine Rating (ME) • Instrument Rating (IR) • Flight Instructor Rating (IP) • Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) • Jet Orientation Training (JOT) IAC becomes the first flying school in Thailand and the 13th in the world that provides MPL training TheICAOcounciladoptedandacceptedMPL inearly2006withanapplicabledateofNovember 2006. The training is divided into 4 phases, i.e. core flying, basic, intermediate and advanced. International Aviation College, working in close cooperation with Thai Flight Training Company (TFT) - a daughter company of Thai Airways International PCL, is very proud to become the first flying school in Thailand that launched its firstMulti-crewPilotLicence(MPL)courseinApril 2010 for TFT. This becomes the 13th country in the world that provides MPL training. Since April 2010 Thai Airways International PCL has already sent four batches of its MPL cadets via TFT to be trained at IAC. Batch 1 (4cadets),Thailand’sfirstMPLcadets,graduated on 13th May 2011. Batch 2 (4 cadets) graduated on 20th April 2012. Batch 3 (12 cadets) will graduate by the end of 2012. Batch 4 (14 cadets) has just celebrated its first solo and is planned to graduateinMay2013.Batch5(14cadets)started on 3rd December 2012. In possession of Airbus A320 fixed base simulator (A320 FBS), IAC is, to date, the only flying school in Thailand that is capable of training MPL cadets from Phase 1 through Phase 3. Our Setup 1. Fleet of world class proven trainer aircraft. - 6 Diamond DA40 - 4 Diamond DA42 - 1 Aerobatic aircraft Extra 300L for unusual attitude recovery (upset recovery)training 2. IAC is the only flying school in this part of the world to possess three types of flight simulation training device (Simulator) - FNPT I, FNPT II and Fixed Base Simulator Airbus A320. 3. IAC has highly experienced ground and flight instructors, Thai and foreigner, to ensure the highest training standards. 4. Ground subjects are taught up to ATPL Level (ATPL Frozen compliant). 5. IAC is equipped with Computer Based Training (CBT) facility for interactive self-training. Qualification Requirements • At lease Secondary School/ Grade 12/ PreUniversity • Age not less than 17 years • Medicallyfit Place for Application Apply at Nakhon Phanom Office (address above), or apply through IAC website. Academic Director: ACM. Wallop Mesomsup, Dean of International Aviation College Year Established: 2007 EstimatedTuitionFee: Total core course fee is THB 2,190,000. This includes hotel accommodation, meals, training materials, shuttle van between school and hotel, uniforms and miscellaneous throughout the course (In US$, depends on rate of exchange). EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: April, July and November Formoreinformation: International Aviation College, Nakhon Phanom University 129 Moo 6, Phoe-Tak Sub-district, Muang, NakhonPhanom 48000 Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 4253 1577 Fax: 66 (0) 4253 1574 E-mail: iac@npu.ac.th Website:http://iac.npu.ac.th Facebook: www.facebook.com/iacnpu
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.76 8 ì ì PatanakarnCampus 1761 Patanakarn Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2320 2777 Fax: 66 (0) 2320 4444 RomklaoCampus 60 Romklao Road, Minburi, Bangkok 10510 Tel: 66 (0) 2904 2222 Fax: 66 (0) 2904 2200 Kasem Bundit University Website:kbu.ac.th Vallop Suwandee, Ph.D. President of Kasem Bundit University A Learning Path with Felicity that Leads to Success Kasem Bundit University encourages every student to discover how to seek and obtain happiness in life, leading to an academic excellence through a rich ambience of learning, practice, and simulation in various fields of learning laboratories that provide them with specific experiences, which are worth beyond academic learning, with also an aim to produce and develop students who will become high-caliber members of their society. The University is also geared toward preparing the students to be respon sible, ethical and competent ASEAN members and world citizens. Brief Introduction Kasem Bundit University has placed itself among distinguished private universities of Thailand. Since its establishment in 1987, the University continues to be an innovative leader in education, preparing graduates to serve the increasingdemandofhighly-qualifiedprofessionals. The University offers a broad portfolio of academic programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels, enriched by prominent academic staff with extensive experience and exceptional academic backgrounds. The University fully commits to its philosophy, “Value,Virtueand Worthiness,” which has grown as one of the national trendsetters, and has provided significant contributions to both social and economic development. International Programs UndergraduatePrograms • Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing, Management and Business Computer • Bachelor of Business Administration in Aviation Industry Management • BachelorofArtsinEnglishforCommunication • Bachelor of Arts in Hotel Management GraduateProgram • Master of Business Administration BUSINESSADMINISTRATION The Business Administration Program was established with an aim to educate business and economic leaders of tomorrow. The program offers a stimulating learning experience that
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 6 9 (seepage178) inspiresnewwaysofthinkingandbringingunique insights into business. Based on the belief that successful businesses operate through the cooperation and collaboration with others, both within the business and as customers and suppliers,theprogramemphasiseson“collaboration” ratherthan“competition”.Theprogramis,therefore, more focused on the individual student’s development rather than on where he/she is ranked among his/her peers. This underlies the program’s approach to teaching, learning and assessment. The total requirement to obtain a degree is 127 credits. The program offers 3 majors: Marketing, Management and Business Computer. AVIATIONINDUSTRYMANAGEMENT(AIM) The AIM Program is to unquestionably delivertopqualityeducationinbothbusinessand aviation to students. The program provides its studentswiththeacademicknowledge,skillsand functional applications in both business and aviation in order to serve the ever growing global aviation industry. The students will be well-equipped to qualify and succeed in their chosen careers in aviation and its related industries which they will play a vital role in propelling into the new and innovative era. The total requirement to obtain a degree is 131 credits. The program offers three minors: BusinessEnglish,Marketing,BusinessComputer and Thai studies. ENGLISHFORCOMMUNICATION TheEnglishforCommunicationProgramaims toadvancestudentswithEnglishproficiencyskills for global communication. The program offers studentsopportunitiesingainingmoreeducational experiencethroughCooperativeEducation,which leads students to succeed in the real-world involvement at international schools or internationalcompanies(banking,hotelbusiness, tourism, aviation services, office services, etc.). The total requirement to obtain a degree is 127 credits.Theprogramoffersthreeoptionalminors: Teaching English, Marketing, and Business Computer. HOTELMANAGEMENT TheHotelManagementProgramisdesigned to educate the next generation of leaders for Thailand and the world’s largest and most dynamic industry. The program builds student service/hospitalityknowledgeandskillsunderthe most accomplished faculty in the field. Courses provided also include a variety of subjects in business-relatedareas.Theprogramensuresthat Academic Director : Senee Suwandee, Ph.D. YearInternationalProgramEstablished:1994 Number of Lecturers : 100 NumberofForeignStudents: 400 EstimatedExpensedfor2013TuitionFees: Undergraduate Programs (1 academic year) USD 1,800 Graduate Program (the whole program) USD 8,000 Academic Semesters: UndergraduatePrograms First Semester : June to October Second Semester : November to March Summer Session : March to May Graduate Program First Semester : August to January Second Semester : February to July Formoreinformation: Undergraduate Programs : 66 (0) 2904 2222 ext. 2209 Graduate Program : 66 (0) 2320 2777 ext. 1153 www.kbu.ac.th Email: IC_kbu@hotmail.com
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.77 0 ì ì Website: http://www.interprogram.ku.ac.th Kasetsart University 50 Ngamwongwan Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2562 0985 Fax: 66 (0) 2562 0985 E-mail: ku.oip@ku.ac.th Kasetsart University is a dynamic and innovative university. Over 70 years of experience, Kasetsart University is now one of the most famous comprehensive universities in Thailand and in Southeast Asia offering courses in Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Degree Programs for Thai and foreign students. It is highly confident that our graduates will obtain illustrious competencies as truly global citizens who can follow their career path worldwide. Assoc. Prof. Vudtechai Kapilakanchana (President) Brief Introduction Kasetsart University is the first specialized agricultural sciences university of the country. It has become a comprehensive university and research university highly recognized nationally andinternationally. Kasetsart University is a public university with a greatest number of students in Thailand. It currently has 4 campuses, namely: Bangkhen Campus, Kamphaeng Saen Campus, Si Racha Campus, and Chalermphrakiat Sakon Nakhon Province Campus and also Suphan Buri Establishment Campus Project. The University is offering programs in agriculture, science & technology, social sciences and humanities in 27facultiesand2colleges.Moreover,itmaintains altogether 13 academic support units, 9 institutions, 105 centers, 17 research stations, 4 student field stations, 4 veterinary hospitals as well as 4 radio stations nationwide. Kasetsart University aims to achieve the “Research University” status by integratory its competence in all disciplines and educational management at graduate level to reach another goal as “Center of Excellence” in various commodities such as food, rubber, rice and energy. Moreover, its faculty members and researchers have devoted to innovative creativity for all human beings so much that they received many prestigious awards form national, regionalandinternationalorganizations. Facilities and Services The University provides many services for
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 7 1 (seepage179) students such as KU convention center, sport complex, medical care service, postal service, banking, transportation, consultancy and other activities both academic and entertainment such as sport event, concert and, especially “Kaset Fair”- the annual academic conference with flea market etc. Graduate from Master’s degree Ph.D. Degree/ Requirement Bachelor Master English Proficiency Test TOEFL 500-550 / IELTS 5.5 Qualifications Graduate from upper secondary school equivalent to grade 12 from American-system schools or O-level from British-system schools Graduate from Bachelor degree level TOEFL 500-550 / IELTS 5.5 TOEFL 500-550 / IELTS 5.5 Admission Requirements YearInternationalProgramEstablished:1995 NumberofLecturers: 3,511 NumberofForeignStudents: 339 Academic Semesters: June-October, November-March, April-May Formoreinformation: InternationalStudiesCenter Kasetsart University 50 Ngamwongwan Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2562 0985 Fax: 66 (0) 2562 0985 Website: http://www.interprogram.ku.ac.th E-mail: ku.oip@ku.ac.th InternationalAffairsDivision Kasetsart University 50 Ngamwongwan Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2942 8171-3, 2942 8858 Fax: 66 (0) 2942 8170, 2942 8726 Website:http://www.intaff.ku.ac.th E-mail: fro@ku.ac.th www.interprogram.ku.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.77 2 123 Mittraparp Road, Muang District, Khon Kaen 40002 Tel: 66 (0) 4320 2059 Fax: 66 (0) 4320 2059 Khon Kaen University InternationalRelationsDivision Website:www.kku.ac.th,www.kkuinter.kku.ac.th Brief Introduction KhonKaenUniversity(KKU)wasestablished as the major university in the Northeastern part of Thailand in 1964 and has continuously grown into one of the top universities in Thailand. It is now one among the nine national research universities in the country and an educational center in the Mekong sub-region according to the strategic goal to be recognized both internationally and regionally as a leading university in research. The university’s major mission is to prepare qualified citizens to work in the continually changing world. KKU currently has more than 40,000 students studying in 17 faculties, 1 satellite campus, 1 school, and 3 colleges and in 43 International/English programswhichcoverawidevarietyofdisciplines. Our campus serves as the leading educational and learning center of the Northeastern region. It is conveniently located a few kilometers from the center of the city on a large, safe, and attractive site of green fields measuring 900 hectares. KKU has excellent facilities and thus provides its students with an environment conducive to learning and with proper support to achieve academic success. Additionally, KKU takes an investment-minded approach to education by providing funds for students to pursue their goals of higher education through study and research. Facts and Figures • 22FacultiesandCollegeswithmorethan 2,200academicstaffand8,500supporting staff members
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 7 3 • 40,000 students including 10,000 postgraduates and 500 overseas students • 340 study programs (101 Undergraduate programs, 138 in masters degree programs, 77 doctoral degree programs, and 24 graduate diploma programs) • 44 international programs Rankings • Oneof4highereducationalinstitutionscertifiedattheFundamental Level (FL) for its quality under OPDC • Rated first in Asia and the 5th in the world for its research work on Liver Fluke infection and cancer (Elsevier in 2010) • One of the top five universities in the world thathaspublishedworkon Cholangiocarcinoma research (the data base of ISI Web of Science, 2000 - 2010) • Ranked as a university of excellence in teaching, learning and research study. (OHEC, 2006) • The best university (No 1) of OPDC for 3 consecutive years in 2006, 2007 (in the group with similar missions) and 2009. • Ranked as a university passing NationalEducation Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA, 2007) at a good level • In 2008, Times Higher Education ranked KKUtobethe528th inthe world for the world leading universities, and No 21st of ASIAN universities. • The4InternationalColleges&Universities (4icu.org)hasrankedthe Webs Popularity Ranking for the world leading higher educational institutions in 2008 and KKU website was ranked the 160th of the world, the 24th of Asia, and the 2nd of Thailand for the top university websites. • Selected as one of eight higher educational institutions in the country for passing the standard of internal education quality of the national university assessment/ assurance system (an annual contest) • Announced as one of nine national researchuniversitiesinThailand (CHE, 2009) AcademicAdministrator: Assoc. Prof. Thawalwong Ratanasiri, MD Vice President for International Relations and Cooperation Strategy Enrollment Period: Regular: Twice a year: 1st semester (June), 2nd semester (October) International College: 1st semester (September) Estimated Expenses for 2013 Tuition Fee per year: Undergraduate: USD 1,200 – 6,300 Graduate: USD 900 – 3,000 Academic Semesters: Regular: Two semester system: 1st semester (June-September) 2nd semester (October-March) International College: Three semester system: Fall semester (September-December) Spring semester (January-April) Summer (May-August) ContactInformation: International Relations Division Khon Kaen University 4th Floor, Bimala Kalakicha Building 123 Mittraparp Road, Muang District, Khon Kaen 40002 Tel: 66 (0) 4320 2059 Fax: 66 (0) 4320 2059 E-mail: vpinter@kku.ac.th (seepage181) HappinessCaring CreatingConnecting
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.77 4 1518 Pracharat 1 Road, Wongsawang, Bangsue, Bangkok 10800 Tel: 66 (0) 2555 2000 Fax: 66 (0) 2587 4350 King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok Website: www.kmutnb.ac.th Brief Information King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) is an education institution which focuses on the best development for students and researchers in science and technology. It was first established in 1959 with cooperationoftheThaiandGermangovernments as the “Thai-German Technical School”. The University is located in the northern Bangkok, Bangsue District, near the Chao Phraya River on Pracharat Sai 1 Road. The University is committed to the academic development of human resources in science and technology at advanced levels with over 25,000 students and 134 courses from vocational certificate (Pre-Engineering) to doctoral degrees, creating the capacity to innovate and improve appropriate applications in technology, thereby assisting insustainableeconomic,socialandenvironmental development. KMUTNB has strong cooperation with many Universities worldwide. KMUTNB develops 2 international institutes namelytheSirindhornInternationalThai-German Graduate School of Engineering (TGGS) and Thai-French Innovation Institute (TFII). These Institutes are hosted to some of the world’s most modern scientific and technological research laboratories and has produced a great number of manpower. KMUTNB is mainly taught in Thai and English languages. Since 2010, many Faculties and Departments started Bilingual programs for Bachelor degrees.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 7 5 International Programs College of Industrial Technology generates creative graduates in technology science and engineering by creating and developing a network for teaching and learning, research and technical services both locallyand internationally. College of Industrial Technology provides education in vocational certificate (Pre-Engineering), Bachelor and Master Programs. FacultyofInformationTechnology was founded in 1999 to provide a wide range of professionals skilled in Information Technology, and educational services to meet the needs of society and industries in Thailand. The Faculty also aims to help alleviate the technical manpower shortage problems faced by Thai industry. The Sirindhorn International Thai-German Graduate School of Engineering (TGGS) is an industry oriented public-private partnership, established with strong support from the Thai and German government, for engineering education, technology, innovation, and business development in Thailand and South-East Asia. The master degree programs at TGGS are based on the international master degree program at RWTH Aachen University. www.kmutnb.ac.th International Programs Degree Granted ContactAddressDisciplines Tuitionand fees College of Industrial Technology Certificate in Technical Education - Technical Education in Electrics and Electronics THB 55,000 / Semester Dr. Saowakun Khunnawut Pre-Engineering English Program, College of Industrial Technology Phone: 66 (0) 2555 2000 ext6608 Fax: 66 (0) 2555 2000 ext6109 E-mail: englishprogram@hotmail.com Faculty of Information Technology Ph.D. - Information Technology M.Sc. THB 75,000 / Semester - Information Technology -ManagementInformation Systems THB60,000/ Semester FacultyofInformationTechnology Phone: 66 (0) 2555 2000 ext2702 Fax: 66 (0) 2912 2019 E-mail: pym@kmutnb.ac.th www.it.kmutnb.ac.th, www.grad.kmutnb.ac.th The Sirindhorn International Thai-German GraduateSchool ofEngineering (TGGS) Ph.D. - Electrical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering THB 100,000 / Semester M.Sc. - Mechanical Engineering Simulation and Design - Electrical Power and Energy Engineering - Production Engineering - Communications Engineering - AutomotiveEngineering - Chemical and Process Engineering - Software Systems Engineering - MaterialsandMetallurgical Engineering TGGS Academic Affairs Phone: 66 (0) 2555 2000 ext2931 Fax: 66 (0) 2913 5805 E-mail: tggs@tggs-rwth-aachen.de, tggs@kmutnb.ac.th www.tggs.kmutnb.ac.th Thai student THB 60,000 / Semester International student THB 85,000 / Semester EnrolmentPeriodforLocaland Oversea Students: 1st Semester: End March 2nd Semester: End September Academic Semesters: 1st Semester: May - August 2nd Semester: October - March
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.77 8 ì ì King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Website: http://global.kmutt.ac.th/ 126 Pracha-Uthit Road, Bang Mod, ThungKhru, Bangkok 10140 Tel: 66 (0) 2470 8333 Fax: 66 (0) 2470 8367 E-mail: admission@kmutt.ac.th Through 50 years of growth and development, KMUTT has continually adapted to our changing world and society. We now stand prepared to meet the challenges of a globalized world, the internationalization of higher education and the exciting prospects presented by the ASEAN Community. As a leading provider of higher education, the University will continue to strive to be the best, in order to produce the best. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sakarindr Bhumiratana, the President of King Mongkutís University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Brief Introduction Sinceitsestablishmentin1960asascience and technology college, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi has consistently strived to produce quality graduates, provide excellence in education and research, serve the community and make contributions to society at large. KMUTT is also determined to improve the total quality management of the University, working to continuously benchmark performance and quality of service. As the first government institute to become an autonomous university in Thailand, we are better equipped to service the needs of our students and to direct researchtorealindustrialandcommunityissues. Honorary awards 2012 • Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2012-2013) - Only Thai university in Top-400 (This is the first year that KMUTT has participated in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings) - Top 50 in Asia - Top 3 in ASEAN • QS Asian University Ranking - Ranked 161th-170th, Overall - Ranked 6th of Thailand - Ranked1st ofS&TUniversityinThailand • SCIMAGO: Normalized Impact Variable - Ranked 7th, Overall
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 7 9 (seepage180) - Ranked 1st of Research Institution in Thailand • UI Green Metric World University - Ranked 47th of the World - Ranked 2nd of Thailand 2011 • SCImagoInstitutionsRanking (SIRWorld Report 2011: Normalized Impact Report) - Ranked 1st of Research Institutes (CR: country Ranking) • Webometrics - Ranked 933th of the world - Ranked 70th of Asia - Ranked 7th of Thailand - Ranked1st ofS&TUniversityinThailand • The Society of Automotive Engineers in Thailand (TSAE) Auto Challenge 2011 • SoA+D students win Best Design Award 2010 • SCImagoInstitutionsRanking(SIRWorld Report 2010: Global Ranking) - Ranked 4th of Research in Physical Sciences • UI Green metric Ranking of World Universities 2010, University of Indonesia,Indonesia - Ranked 17th of World Green Metric University • Thai higher institutions by Thailand Research Fund (TRF) - Ranked as Excellent in Technology underanacademicresearchassessment • The Commission on Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Thailand - One of the nine National Research Universities International Programs KMUTTisdeeplycommittedtoprovidingwith thebestexperienceofstrongacademicprograms. Depending on growing the international dimension of our education mission, we offer a variety of academic programs to help foster global competency. The flexibility and diversity of programs allow students to find the program that uniquelyfitstheirneeds.Theprogramisdesigned byourprofessionalmanagementteamandguided by experienced educators with high quality academics. Our strengths on Architecture, Bioresources,Energy,Engineering,Environment, Linguistics,Science,andTechnologycoverawide range of academic fields as follows: FacultyofEngineering • AutomationEngineering B.Eng. • ChemicalEngineering B.Eng. • CivilEngineering B.Eng. Academic Director: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suvit Tia YearInternationalProgramEstablished:1994 Numberoflecturers inInternationalPrograms: approx. 280 NumberofThaistudents inInternationalPrograms: approx. 2000 NumberofInternationalstudents inInternational Programs: approx. 158 EnrollmentPeriodforThaiandInternationalStudents: Throughout the year via http://global.kmutt.ac.th/ Academic Semesters: First Semester: August - December Second Semester: January - May Summer Session: June - July Estimatedexpensesfor2013TuitionFeesperyear: (inThaicurrency) Fields/Levels Bachelor Master Language Doctoral science & Technology 50,000 - 80,000---------------- 100,000 80,000-110,000 50,000 - 170,000 50,000-120,000 ContactPersonandDetails: Admission and Recruitment Division, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi 126 Pracha-u-tid, Bangmod, Thungkru, Bangkok 10140, THAILAND Tel: 66 (0) 2470 8333 Fax: 66 (0) 2470 8367 E-mail: admission@kmutt.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.78 0 Mae Fah Luang University 333 Moo 1, Tasood, Muang, Chiang Rai 57100 Tel: 66 (0) 5391 6024-6 Fax: 66 (0) 5391 6024 E-mail:inter@mfu.ac.th Website: www.mfu.ac.th Brief Information Mae Fah Luang University (MFU) was establishedundertheRoyalCharterinSeptember 1998, as a public autonomous university with the financialsupportsfromtheRoyalThaiGovernment. The establishment was in response to the needs of people in the North of Thailand and to commemorate the gracious contribution of the King’s Mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra,thePrincessMother,lovinglyknown to her subjects as “Mae Fah Luang”. Mae Fah LuangUniversityisfullyaccreditedbytheMinistry of Education of Thailand and has close collaboration with other leading institutes in Thailand and other countries. Mae Fah Luang University is the only public university in ThailandusingEnglishasitsprimarymedium of instruction and offers degree programs at every levels of study in 11 schools covering the areasofScienceTechnology,HealthScienceand SocialScience. Mae Fah Luang University is located in Chiang Rai, the northernmost province, amidst thestrategiclocationoftheGreaterMekongSub- region (GMS) covering Thailand, Myanmar, Lao PDR, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Yunnan Province (Southern China). Utilizing a “University in the Park” concept, Mae Fah Luang University offers an environment and culture conducive to living and learning. We invite you to consider Mae Fah Luang University as the University of your Choice, and look forward to welcoming you in the near future.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 8 1 (seepage182) International Program (English programs) Undergraduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Liberal Arts School of Science Applied Chemistry B.Sc. Biosciences B.Sc. School of Management Business Administration B.B.A. Accounting B.Acc. Economics B.Econ. Tourism Management B.B.A. Hospitality Industry Management B.B.A. (Hotel Management) Aviation Business Management B.B.A. Logistics and Supply Chain Management B.B.A. School of Information Technology Computer Science B.Sc. Software Engineering B.Sc. Computer Engineering B.Eng. Information Technology B.Sc. Multimedia Technology and Animation B.Sc. Information and Communication B.Eng. Engineering School of Agro-Industry Food Technology B.Sc. Technology Management of Agricultural B.Sc. Produces and Packaging Number of lecturers: 449 Numberofsupportingstaffs: 580 NumberofThaistudentsatundergraduatelevel:9,653 NumberofThaistudentsatgraduatelevel: 1,017 Numberofforeignlecturers:46 Numberofforeignstudents (undergraduateandgraduatelevel): 372 EnrollmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudent: First Semester: June-October Second Semester: November-February Academic Year: 2 Semesters + Summer programs ContactPersonandAddress: Head of Division of Admission (For Thai Students) E-mail: Admission@mfu.ac.th Tel: 66 (0) 5391 6103-5 Fax: 66 (0) 5391 6107 Head of Division of International Affairs (For Foreigner Students) 333 Moo 1, Tasood, Muang, Chiang Rai 57100 THAILAND E-mail: inter@mfu.ac.th Tel: 66 (0) 5391 6024-6 Fax: 66 (0) 5391 6023 Website:www.mfu.ac.th English B.A. Business Chinese B.A. Thai Language and Culture B.A. International Development B.A. Undergraduateprograms School of Cosmetic Science Cosmetic Science B.Sc. Beauty Technology B.Sc. DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Science Applied Chemistry M.Sc./Ph.D. Biosciences M.Sc./Ph.D. Biotechnology M.Sc./Ph.D. Computational Science M.Sc./Ph.D. Materials Science M.Sc./Ph.D. Natural Resources and M.Sc./Ph.D. Environmental Management (International Program) School of Information Technology Information Technology M.Sc. Computer Engineering M.Eng. School of Agro-Industry Technology Management of M.Sc. Agricultural Produces Food Technology M.Sc./Ph.D. School of Cosmetic Science Cosmetic Science M.Sc./Ph.D. School of Health Science Public Health (International Program) M.Sc. School of Liberal Arts English for Professional Development M.A./Ph.D. ( International Program )
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.78 2 InternationalBachelorofArtsDegreeEnglishProgram Headquarters,WangNoi 79 Moo 1, Lam Sai, Wang Noi, Ayutthaya 13170, Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 3524 8000 ext. 8096, (0)8 9146 5842 Fax: 66 (0) 3524 8096 E-mail: ba_engprogram@hotmail.com,veera_kan@hotmail.com Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Website: www.mcu.ac.th BA English Program Brief Introduction The Faculty of Buddhism has offered undergraduate courses since BE 2490 (1947), from which students, both Thai and foreign, have successfully graduated. In more recent times, MCU has organized a number of national and internationalconferencesonBuddhism,whichhave led to an increase in the number of people of various nationalities wishing know more about Buddhism,atbothapracticalandtheoreticallevel. As a consequence, the Faculty of Buddhism has decided to offer, from BE 2550 (2007) onward, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Buddhism taughtentirelyintheEnglishmedium.Thecourse will be open to persons of all nationalities, both monastic and lay. This is in keeping with Charter 6 of the MCU regulations of BE 2540 (1997), which specify that the University should function both as an educational institution and a research centre, offering education and research facilities to all. It should also be a centre aimed at the preservation of Thai arts and culture. Admission Requirements Applications are expected to possess the followingqualifications: • Completed Grade 12 (M6) or equivalent, or higher, from any accredited institution in Thailand or abroad, with an average GPA of 2.50 or higher • HaveneverbeendismissedbyotherMCU faculties; • Gained a minimum of 50% on the MCU entranceexamination.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 8 3 (see page 184) University Concept Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University has strong intentions to be the international centre of Buddhist and philosophical education and research, and to produce graduates with Buddhist academic excellence, abilities to apply Buddhist knowledge into various sciences, respectable conduct, curiosity, spiritual and intellectual leadership, problem-solving abilities, BA English Program AcademicDirector: Dr. Phra Rajvoramuni Dean, Faculty of Buddhism Year International Program Established: 2550 (2007) NumberofLecturers: 25 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):2 NumberofInternationalStudentsinInternational Program(s): 120 EstimatedExpressesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: THB 20,000 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: 4 years minimum Academic Semesters: Two (2) Semesters per year ContactPersonandDetails: Dr. Natdhira Sridee, (Director) Mr. Duangdee Aotsoo (Coordinator) FacultyofBuddhism, 79 Moo 1, Lam Sai, Wang Noi, Ayutthaya 13170 Tel: 66 (0) 3524 8000 ext. 8096 Fax: 66 (0) 3524 8096 Website:www.mcu.ac.th E-mail: ba_engprogram@hotmail.com Chiang Mai Campus Wat Suan dok, Suthep, Maung, Chiang Mai 50200 Tel: 66 (0) 5327 8967, 5327 5149, 5380 8411 Fax: 66 (0) 5327 0452 www.cmmcu.com Khon Kaen Campus 30 Moo 1, Baan Koksri, khon Kaen–Nampong Road, Koksri, Maung, Khon Kaen 40000 Tel: 66 (0) 4328 3546, 4328 3547 Fax: 66 (0) 4328 3399 www.mcukk.com International Master of Arts Degree Program: IMAP Academic Director: Phra Sithawatchamethi Year International Program Established: 2543 (2000) NumberofLecturers: 9 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):3 NumberofInternationalStudentsinInternational Program(s): 67 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: THB 69,600 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: 5 years Maximum Academic Semesters: Four (4) Semesters ContactPersonandDetails: Phramaha Nopparat Abhijavo (Secretary) E-mail: Phramaha Nopparat@gmail.com Master of Arts Program in English (International Program) Academic Dean: Phramaha Khuanchai Kittipalo Year International Program Established: 2555 (2012) NumberofLecturers: 15 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):20 NumberofForeignStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):10 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: THB 69,600 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: 5 years Maximum Academic Semesters: Four (4) Semesters ContactPersonandDetails: Dr. Veerakan Knokkamalade E-mail: veera_kan@hotmail.com Ph.D. (Buddhist Studies) International Program Acedemic Dean : Phra Suthidhammanuwat Year International Program Established: 2547 (2003) NumberofLecturers: 7 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):15 NumberofInternationalStudentsinInternational Program(s): 4 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: THB 120,000 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: 5 years Maximum Academic Semesters: Ten (10) Semesters ContactPersonandDetails: Phramaha Somboon Vutthikaro E-mail: Phannasom@hotmail.com faithfulness and dedication towards Buddhism, self-sacrifice for society, understanding of social changes and visions with the potential to develop themselves. MahachulalongkornrajavidyalayaUniversity has four missions as follows: 1.Toproduceanddevelopitsgraduateswith nine desirable characteristics: M - Morality A - Awareness H - Helpfulness A - Ability C - Curiosity H - Hospitality U - Universality L - Leadership A - Aspiration
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.78 4 140 cheum-Sampan Road, Nong Chok, Bangkok 10530 Tel: 66 (0) 2988 3655, 2988 3666 ext. 1105-1107 Fax: 66 (0) 2988 4031 E-mail: pr_mut@hotmail.com Mahanakorn University of Technology (MUT) Website:www.mut.ac.th Brief Introduction MahanakornUniversityofTechnology(MUT) was founded in 1990 as Mahanakorn College by Prof. Dr. Sitthichai Pookaiyaudom, former Dean of King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.Theobjectivewastotrainengineering students in response to the severe shortage of engineers as Thailand made rapid progress in technologicaldevelopment.Becauseofaserious commitment and success in both education and research, MUT was promoted in a short time to advance to full university status under the new name Mahanakorn University of Technology. Thenewuniversitygrewrapidlyanditsteaching programwonrecognitioncountrywideasaleading standardintechnologicaleducation.CurrentlyMUT offers undergraduate degree programs in the areas of Engineering, Information Science and Technology, Veterinary Medicine, and Business Administration. Doctoral and Master Degree programs are offered in addition to some Bachelor Degree courses. The university is located in Nong Chok District, the biggest greenery area (khet) of Bangkok. The aim of producing graduates of the highest ability depends on the quality and experience of academic staff. MUT has built up its permanent staffs larger than any other private universities in Thailand. A massive and continuing investment is located in the field of teaching competence and research laboratories whichmatchfacilitiesfoundanywhereintheworld in most area. Students become familiar with the most modern instrumentation in a learning
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 8 5 AcademicCalendar: The regular academic year consists of two semesters; start in June and November for the first and second semester, respectively. environment reflecting contemporary industrial practice. MUT’s latest achievement is to accomplish a score of 4.86 out of 5 which is the highest score in category of Research University in the latest assessment by the office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA), a public organization set up to assess the performance of all educational institutions from schools to universities, in two categories: research and learning qualities and the quality of graduates. International Programs Undergraduate Degree Programs (Inco-operationwithUniversityofSheffield,UK) • Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering • BachelorofEngineeringinCivilEngineering • BachelorofEngineeringinElectronicand ElectricalEngineering • Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering Students who enter these programs may choose between to study all 4 years program at MUT or study the 1st and 2nd years at MUT and continue the 3rd and 4th years at University of Sheffield (enter the 2nd and3rd years of Sheffield Bachelor program). For the second option, after completethestudystudentswillreceiveSheffield’s BachelorDegree.Thestudentswhowouldliketo transfer to Sheffield need to have the minimum cumulative GPA requirement of 2.75 and IELTS score of 6.5. Admission Requirements • Hold a M6 (Grade 12) certificate or its equivalent issued by the Ministry of Education, or equivalent certificates from local or overseas educational institutes recognized by the Ministry of Education. • Anapplicationmaynotbesufferfromany serious illness, mental disorder, and disability. • An application must have no record of serious misconduct. • An application must be proficient in English as determined from credentials and/or examination. The application who have a IELTS score of a least 5.5 or TOEFL score of least 550 PBT are eligible for admission without taking the Englishexamination. Facilities and Services MUT is well-equipped with modern facilities for teaching and research purposes. These includecomputerlaboratoriesequippedwithmore than 1,000 computers enough to serve all students, research laboratories, internet Wi-Fi connection through-out all areas of the university. Central Library provides varieties of academic resources and up-to date information such as books, periodicals, DVD-Rom, electronic journals, and microfilms. Electrical engineering database of IEEE/IEE association is completely collected in the MUT library, since the first issue until present. The university also provides Language Self-Access Centre or LSAC, student counselling service, medical care service, studentcareerandplacementservice,alongwith sports and athletic facilities.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.78 6 Khamriang,Kantarawichai,MahaSarakham44150 Tel: 66(0)43754321ext.1207,1208,1209,1210 Fax: 66 (0) 4375 4234, 4375 4377 E-mail: iroffice@msu.ac.th Mahasarakham University Website:www.iroffice.msu.ac.th Brief Introduction Mahasarakham University, or MSU, originated from the College of Education, Maha Sarakham, which was established on March 27, 1968, for the purpose of extending higher education to regional areas. Originally located in Muang district, Maha Sarakham province, the college became a branch campus of Srinakarinwirot University in 1974 before gaining its independent status as Mahasarakham University. The college has become an independent university named “Mahasarakham University” since December 9, 1994. The Mahasarakham University Act was graciously authorized by His Majesty the King and was published in the Royal Gazette. Since then, most ofitsfacultieshavebeentransferredtoKhamriang campus, the University’s new educational and administrative center in Kantarawichai district, approximately 7 kilometers from the original campus. The University is administered under four disciplines.Theyincludeacademicmanagement, research, social academic services, and cultural maintenance. At present, the Mahasarakham University operateseighteenfacultiesandtwoColleges.MSU currently enrolls approximately 41,395 students. International Programs • Bachelor of Business Administration Program in International Business • Bachelor of Arts Program in English for InternationalCommunication • Bachelor of Arts Program in International Tourism Management (English Program)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 8 7 • MasterofSciencePrograminPalaeontology • DoctorofPhilosophyPrograminPalaeontology • Doctor of Philosophy Program in English and Language Arts • Doctor of Public Health • Doctor of Philosophy Program in Food Technology Facilities and Services The Library Center. The Center, in addition to its endless book inventory, provides all the modern communication tools for research and is seen by students, faculty and staff as the place to search for up to date information. Learning - Teaching Support Units : MSU BookCenter,Univ.-pharmacy, MSURadio,MSU Dormitory Affair Office, Unipure Making Drinking - Water Center, Food Unit, MSU Plaza, MSU Farm, MSU Printing House, MSU Publishing, fitness and sport center and health service. Degree/Requirement Bachelor Master Ph.D. English Proficiency Test TOEFL 500 or IELTS 5.0 TOEFL 500 or IELTS 5.0 TOEFL 550 or IELTS 6.0 Qualification HighSchoolDiploma or equivalent Bachelor Degree Master Degree Admission Requirements Residence and dormitory Room type & charge on campus off campus Single 37 57 Double 30 30 Academic Director: Prof. Dr. Preecha Prathepha Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Research YearInternationalProgramEstablished:2005 Number of Lecturers: 197 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalProgram(s):244 NumberofInternationalStudentsin InternationalProgram(s): 176 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: Ph.D. Programs: THB 100,000-150,000/year Master Degree Program: THB 70,000-125,000/year Bachelor Degree Programs: THB 60,000/year EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: For graduate studies: December 2012 to April 2013 For undergraduate studies: Twice a year, in February and October Academic Semesters: 1st semester: June to October 2nd semester: November to March summer semester: March to May For graduate level: 2 semesters For undergraduate level: 3 semesters ContactPersonandDetails: Mrs. On-anong Mekphan-ophat Director, Division of the Registrar Mahasarakham University Khamriang, Kantarawichai, Maha Sarakham 44150 Tel: 66 (0) 4375 4333 ext. 1279, 1280, 1282 Fax: 66 (0) 4375 4234 E-mail: iroffice@msu.ac.th www.msu.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.78 8 999 Phuttamonthon 4 Road, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Tel: 66 (0) 2849 6231-3, (0) 2849 6235-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2849 6237 E-mail:opinter@mahidol.ac.th Bangkok Office 272 Rama VI Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Mahidol University Website: www.mahidol.ac.th Brief Introduction MahidolUniversityoriginatesfromThailand’s first hospital, Siriraj Hospital, founded in 1888 by H.M. King Chulalongkorn. In 1943, it became the University of Medical Sciences, and in 1969, it was renamed with great honor by H.M. King BhumibolAdulyadejafterhisfatherH.R.H.Prince Mahidol of Songkla, who is widely regarded as the ‘FatherofModernMedicineandPublicHealth inThailand’. With a long historical development, Mahidol University has grown into a multi-disciplinary institution, with 5 University Hospitals, 17Faculties,6Colleges,7Institutesand4centers (focusing mainly on research) in 3 areas of Bangkok and its vicinity. The University is also expanding across Thailand, with new campuses in Kanchanaburi, Nakorn Sawan and Amnaj Charoen provinces. Mahidol University is internationally recognized for the high quality of its research, healthcare services, and the outstanding innovations and achievements of its staff, students and alumni. The University has been ranked as one of the top universities in Thailand bynationalandinternationalrankingsystems,and was selected as one of the nine National Research Universities by the Ministry of Education in 2009. Facilities and Services Mahidol University is well-equipped with modern facilities for teaching and research purposes. These include lecture theatres, ì ì Prof. Rajata Rajatanavin President of Mahidol University Mahidol University aims to develop innovative solutions to Thailandís and the worldís most important challenges. Its history dates back over 120 years to the founding of the medical school at Thailandís first hospital. Since this time, Mahidol University has continued to grow and diversify into the multi-disciplinary institution it is today, and now offers world-class expertise in science, medicine, veterinary science, engineering, arts and humanities, social science, business, music, languages and culture. As a result, Mahidol University is now one of the regionís top universities, internationally renowned for the high caliber of its teaching, research, and healthcare.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 8 9 (seepage186) research laboratories, state-of-the-art computer labs, and an electronically-linked library and information network that allow students access to research data-bases worldwide. In addition, a wide range of modern sport facilities for both indoor and outdoor activities are available for use in both competitive sports and physical exercise. Staff and students can benefit from the treatment at any of the University’s hospitals. Shuttle services, which commute between the three Bangkok locations and Salaya, are available throughout the day. Other student services include accommodation placement, a language support center and counseling services. Residence and Dormitories Mahidol University has several dormitories for local and international staff and students. Some faculties such as the Faculties of Medicine (Siriraj and Ramathibodi Hospitals), Institute for Research and Population, Mahidol University International College, and ASEAN Institute for Health Development also have international houses or dormitories reserved for their students. Affordable off campus housing is also widely available with numerous options. Facts and Figures: (as of November 2012) Number of Faculty Staff: 3,652 TotalNumberofStudents: 27,172 Undergraduate Students: 18,184 Graduate Students: 8,467 NumberofInternationalStudents:718 NumberofInternationalPrograms:150 (24 undergraduate, 68 master, 54 doctoral programs, 4 higher/graduate diplomas) InternationalAcademicPartners: 246 ApplicationPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: • April, July, October, January (for programs at MUIC) • November, April, May (for programs at the Faculty of ICT) • September, January (for Actuarial Science program at the Faculty of Science) • Year-round (for programs at CMMU, and those under the supervision of the Faculty of Graduate Studies) Academic Semesters: Undergraduate Programs Trimesters: • September - December, January - March, April - July, August (summer) (for programs at MUIC) Two Semesters: • June - September, October - February, March - May (summer) (for ICT program) • June - September, November - February, April - May (summer) (for Actuarial Science program at the Faculty of Science) Graduate Programs Trimesters: •September - December, January - March, April - July, August (summer) (for programs at MUIC) •May - August, September - December, January – April (for programs at CMMU) Two Semesters: •June - October, November - March, March - May (summer) (for other programs) ContactUs: Ms. Boonyarat Suwanchinda Director, International Relations Division Tel: 66 (0) 2849 6231-3, (0) 2849 6235-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2849 6237 Email: opinter@mahidol.ac.th Tuition and Fee: EstimatedTuitionandFeesforInternationalDegreePrograms Estimation at USD 1 = THB 30 Field of Study Tuition Fees (USD) Bachelor’sProgram(4years) Arts (including social sciences, communication design and entertainmentmedia) 25,560 - 53,294 BusinessAdministration (includingTourismandHospitality) 25,560 - 26,200 Science 26,627 - 28,060 Engineering 27,127 Information and Communication Technology 29,333 Nursing 27,060
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.79 0 Payap University Website:www.payap.ac.th ChiangMai50000 Tel: 66 (0) 5385 1478 ext. 240, 241 Fax: 66 (0) 5324 1983 Email:admissions_ic@payap.ac.th (International Admissions) Brief Introduction Payap University, established in 1974, is a private institution founded by the Church of Christ in Thailand. Payap is a founding member of the Association of Private Higher Education Institutions in Thailand, and an active member of the Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia, as well as the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. International Programs UndergraduatePrograms • Information Technology • International Business Management • EnglishCommunication GraduatePrograms • Master of Arts in Linguistics • Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) • Master of Business Administration in International Business (MBA) • Master of Divinity • Ph.D. in PEACE BUILDING
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 9 1 Admission Requirements For Undergraduate Programs in the InternationalCollege • High school diploma (grade 12, M6, or theresultofanapprovedequivalencyexamination) • IfEnglishisnotastudent’sfirstlanguage, the student must demonstrate sufficient knowledge of English (TOEFL 500 paper-based / 173 computer-based, or IELTS 5.0). AcademicDirector: Assistant Professor Dr. Somphan Wongdee, Assistant President for Academic Affairs YearInternationalCollegeEstablished:2003 Numberoflecturers: 52 NumberofThaiStudentsinInternationalCollege:112 NumberofInternationalStudentsinInternationalCollege:219 Estimated 2013Tuition Fees (full academic year): THB 130,000 Academic Semesters: Semester 1: June-October Semester 2: November-March ContactPersonandDetails: Mrs. Sukhontha Panyagaew International Admissions Payap University Chiang Mai 50000 THAILAND Email: sukhontha_w@payap.ac.th Tel: 66 (0) 5385 1478 ext. 240, 241 Fax: 66 (0) 5385 1478 ext. 240 • Students with a TOEFL score below 500 oranIELTSscorebelow5.0arerequiredtostudy full-timeinPayap’sIntensiveEnglishProgramuntil they reach advanced level B and/or score above a 500 on Payap’s English Examination (TOEFL format). • Students within Thailand may submit a TOEFL or IELTS result or take the Payap EnglishExamination. Paradornparp International House, Payap University Chiang Mai 50000, THAILAND www.payap.ac.th Facilities and Services The Sirindhorn Learning Resource Center offersallstudentsaccesstoitscollectionofbooks, periodicals, multimedia, computer labs with wi-fi andstandardinternetconnectivity,seminarrooms, and subscribes to all major online research and newsdatabasesforstudentuse.PayapUniversity offersaccesstoscienceandlanguagelaboratories, athletic field, basketball courts, Dormitory: The Paradornparp International House provides Thai and international students with truly international residential life, with a full program of activities for students from all language and cultural backgrounds in a modern, safe, and convenient residence.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.79 2 International College of Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep 2 Nanglinchee Road, Tungmahamek, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2676 4533, 2676 4155, 2287 9730 Fax: 66 (0) 2676 4300 E-mail: ic@rmutk.ac.th Website: http://www.inter.rmutk.ac.th/ Brief Introduction The International College of Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep offers a four-year Bachelor degree in Business Administration in the following disciplines: Accounting, Information Systems, International Business Management, Marketing, and a Bachelor of Arts in Tourism and Hospitality. Classes are taught in English with an international curriculum. Most students are from Thailand.Withcollaborativeexchangeagreements with universities abroad, students from many different counties come to study for one or two semesters. International Programs The International College offers bachelor degrees in the following fields of study BachelorofBusinessAdministration •Accounting •Marketing •Information Systems •International Business Management BachelorofLiberalArts •Tourism and Hospitality Admission Requirements Applicants must have a high school certificate or equivalent as approved by the Ministry of Education.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 9 3 Student Facilities and Services NewClassroomandOfficeFacilities The International College is located in a new facilityattheInternationalCollegeofRajamangala UniversityofTechnologyKrungthepandcontains modern classrooms and a student union. Library Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep has a comprehensive library that includes a wide range of periodicals. The library also houses a large computer center where students may access the Internet. Computercenter Students will have available to them a new computer lab with Internet access as the International Program places high emphasis on E-Learning and computer literacy. Cafeteria, Coffee shop and Convenience store A large student canteen is located on campus offering a diverse selection of Thai food. Coffee shop is available to serve students with many choices of coffee. Also on a campus are a convenience store and a bookstore stocking awiderangeoftextbooks,magazines,periodicals and other necessary materials required for studying. Small group tutoring All students receive small group tutoring in the English Language from a native English speaker. These classes meet on a weekly basis allowing the student to work on improving their English language skills. During the first year of theInternationalProgramstudentsrapidlyimprove fluencythroughEnglishclassesaswellaslearning social and cultural customs of the international community. In addition to pre-English course, all incoming students who are not native English speakersarerecommendedtoattendanIntensive Englishcoursepriortostartingtheirnormalcourse work.OfferedannuallystartinginMay,thiscourse is taught by native English speakers SportsFacilities Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep contains a gymnasium with a wide range of equipment. The campus also has a running track, tennis courts, a football field and anewfitnesscenterequippedwithweighttraining machines. Collaborations 1. Business Academy Copenhagen North, Denmark 2. Cesar Ritz College, Switzerland (CRCS) 3. Karlstad University, Sweden 4. Kalmar University, Sweden 5. Malardalen University, Sweden 6. Malmo University, Sweden AcademicDirector: Mrs. Hathaikorn Panngum Assistant to the President of RMUTK and Director of the International College YearInternationalProgramsEstablished: 2000 NumberofStudentsattheInstitution: 490 Estimated Costs: The following is an estimate of costs per semester (in Thai Baht) -Tuition and Fees: THB 20,000 -Housing (off-campus, per month): THB 2,000 - 15,000 -International Students Process Fee (non-Thai citizen, one-time fee): THB 15,000 EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: Apply to International College: December - March and June - September Entrance Exam in English, Mathematics, and Business Skill: Apirl and October Intensive Courses in English and Mathematics: May Academic Semesters: First Semester: June - October Second Semester: November - February Summer Semester: March - May Eachsemesterconsistsof15weeksofinstruction, one week of midterm examinations, and one week of final examinations ContactPersonandDetails: InstitutionalCoordinators: Mr. Gregory LaBarre E-mail: greglabarre@aol.com Responsible Housing: Dr. Phaitoon Polasen (note: there is no on-campus housing)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.79 4 Rungsit-Nakornnayok Road, Klong 6 Tanyaburi, Pathumtani 12110 Tel: 66 (0) 2549 3243 Fax: 66 (0) 2549 3243, 2577 4399 E-mail:natepanna@yahoo.com Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi Website:www.rmutt.ac.th, www.bus.rmutt.ac.th Brief Introduction Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), a department attached to the Ministry of Education, is a multidisciplinary educational and research institute. RMUTT plays a key role in the development of national manpower and the community quality of life. Its Intranet - Internet IT system and overseas collaborations have increased its capability in offering academic and research services of a high quality. The largest faculty is the Faculty of BusinessAdministrationwithover7,000students. This faculty offers an international business program called “IBBA”. The B.B.A. International Program at RMUTT wascreatedtoprovideinternationalstudentsfrom around the world with an affordable, unique learningexperience.Internationalstudentsenrolled in the B.B.A. International Program will gain proficiency in the English language from native English - speaking instructors while studying with Thai students, preparing them for working in the InternationalBusinessenvironment.Thelanguage of instruction for all subjects in the B.B.A. International Program is English. Additionally, students have available to them course - work support from native speakers of English. International Programs B.B.A.inMarketing The objective of the course as following: • Instill virtue; self-discipline, diligence, professional ethics, sense of responsibility to
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 9 5 (seepage191) AcademicDirector: Associate Professor Netpanna Yaviratch YearInternationalProgramEstablished: 2004 Academic Semesters: 2 semesters per year ContactPersonandDetails: Associate Professor Natepanna Yaviratch Faculty of Business Administration Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi Rungsit-Nakornnayok Road, Klong 6 Tanyaburi, Pathumtani 12110, Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2549 3243 Fax: 66 (0) 2549 3243, 2577 4399 E-mail: natepanna@yahoo.com society and to maintain and uphold the values of Thai culture, customs and traditions. • To produce competent graduates to work inthefieldsofadministration,academicarea,data research, planning, designing, controlling, and decision making. Our graduates would be able to use information in administration. They will demonstrate talent in information management, data analysis, monitoring reports and follow-up procedures. • Enable the graduate to have the initiative thinking, self-adjusting for advancement, solving the problems with reasons, directing and planning to achieve the objectives to reach utmostefficiency,accuracy,speed,timelines,and quality performance. • To offer instruction which leads to competent entrepreneurship, who can then perform all the functions of a successful business; like marketing, purchasing, logistics, forecasting, human resources management, or you can take this knowledge to work in a specialized field of study. • To develop high-level English language skills needed by personnel in the fields of business. • Our graduates can works as a developer and manager of information system in the organization,worksystemanalyzer,programmer, and officer in the area of study. B.B.A. in International Business Administration • We offer students instruction for successful careers in local and international business, in businesscontractsfororders,cooperation,making efficientdecisions,planning,control,datacollection, analyzation and evaluation. • Wehelpdevelopinourgraduatesbusiness and academic creativity, problem solving and decision making systems needed by personnel in the fields of business, who will be equipped to operateinglobalbusinesseswithethicalandmoral guidelines that will benefit society. • In this program we also ready students for further study or for research in future development. B.B.A.inBusinessEnglish • This program enables students to create successful careers in international business, secretarial work, public relations, office work, tourism and hotel businesses. • We will help you develop high-level English skills needed by personnel who will seek to employ themselves in the international business arena in the fields of international business. • Ourgraduateswillbeabletoanalyze,solve problemsandmakeefficientdecisions,donewith high ethics and morals that benefit society. • We also prepare them for further study. B.B.A.inBusinessComputer This program has been constantly updated and revised to conform to the needs and requirements of the business sector and to the on-goingrapidchangesininformationtechnology. The main objectives of the curriculum are: • Our graduates can work as a developer or manager of information systems in an organized business structure, work as a
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.79 6 Website: http://www.iis.ru.ac.th Ramkhamhaeng University Institute of International Studies (IIS-RU) RU Printing Press Building 7th floor, Ramkhamhaeng Road, Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2310 8895-9 Fax: 66 (0) 2310 8897 E-mail:info@iis.ru.ac.th Brief Introduction IIS-RU has offered international programs (English and Chinese) at Thailand’s largest state university since 1999. Over 100 professors from US, Canadian and European universities come regularly to teach in the English Programs, and colleagues from prestigious Chinese universities teach in the Chinese Programs. International Programs ChineseProgram BBA International Business MBAManagement EnglishProgram BA (English), Minor in English, Business Administration or Mass Communication BA Mass Communication Technology - Majors:IntegratedCommunicationStudies, Multimedia Journalism and Radio and TV Broadcasting BBA - Majors: General Management, Finance&Banking,InternationalBusiness and Marketing MAEnglish MAPoliticalScience MA Mass Communication MBA - Majors: Management, Finance & Banking, and Marketing MBA One year program MEdEducationalAdministration MEd One year program MEcon
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 9 7 AcademicDirector: Mr. Satin Soonthornpan E-mail: satin.s@iis.ru.ac.th YearInternationalProgramEstablished:1999 NumberofLecturers: Lecturers in the English Program: US 62%, Germany 11%, Austria 6% and others (incl. Thai) 21% Lecturers in the Chinese Program: China 95%, Europe and Thai 5% NumberofThaiStudents: 1,015 NumberofInternationalStudents:946 from 52 countries (Austria, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, China, Croatia, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Madagascar, Maldives, Mongolia, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, U.S.A., Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia) EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear (2 semesters): BBA (Chinese Program): THB 50,000 (USD 1,428 or 1,129) incl. textbooks and handouts BA (English Program): THB 70,000 (USD 1,998 or 1,580) incl. textbooks and handouts BBA (English Program): THB 70,000 (USD 1,998 or 1,580) incl. textbooks and handouts MA, MEd and MEcon (English Program): THB 115,000 (USD 3,283 or 2,595) incl. IIS jacket, textbooks and handouts MBA (Chinese Program): THB 100,000 (USD 2,855 or 2,257) incl. textbooks and handouts MBA (English Program): THB 119,500 (USD 3,412 or 2,697) incl. IIS jacket, textbooks and handouts PhD and LLD (English Program): THB 350,000 (USD 9,993 or 7,898) EnrollmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: Thai students: April, May and October each year (in particular cases, individual enrollment is possible) International students: all year round Academic Semesters: First Semester: June to October Second Semester: November to March Summer Session: April and May ContactDetails: Institute of International Studies (IIS-RU) Ramkhamhaeng University RU Printing Press Building 7th floor, Ramkhamhaeng Road, Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2310 8895-9 Fax: 66 (0) 2310 8897 E-mail: info@iis.ru.ac.th LLD Laws PhD Business Administration PhDEducationalAdministration PhDPolitical Science PhD Economics Non-DegreeProgram No entrance requirements. Thai students can study a single course. International students who want to obtain a student visa need to register for at least three courses per semester. Admission Requirements BachelorPrograms Matthayom 6, US high-school diploma (Grade 12), or equivalent Pass the IIS Entrance Examination Master Programs Bachelor degree or higher in any field from an accredited university Pass the IIS Entrance Examination Pass an interview LLD Doctor of Laws Bachelor degree (magna cum laude) or higherfromanaccredited university Master degree in any field Pass the Interview Panel PhD Doctor of Philosophy Bachelor degree (magna cum laude) or higher from an accredited university Master degree in any field Pass the Interview Panel Facilities and Services Chinese Program in Bangkok (Huamark) English Program in Bangkok (Huamark), Chiang Mai and Songkhla Residence and Dormitories At all study centers, students can choose from a wide variety of accommodation to fit their needs and desires.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.79 8 “Wisdom for the Future” Siam University Website:www.siam.edu 38 Phetkasem Road, Phasicharoen, Bangkok 10160 Tel: 66 (0) 2867 8088 Fax: 66 (0) 2868 6885 E-mail:siam@siam.edu,siamcn@siam.edu,yhing@siam.edu SiamUniversityisaninternationallyrespected leader in professional and career-oriented educationbymeansofcooperativeeducationand problem-based learning system. As one of the leading comprehensive universities in Thailand, Siam University offers academic opportunities in the area of Health Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Social Science, Humanities as well as Liberal Arts and Sciences. It student bodies comprises of student from over 15 countries, providing truly multicultural learning experiences. Location Siam University is located in South-West Bangkok, the 20 building campus features first class academic and social facilities designed to cater for the specific needs of student life. Siam Universityisaboutseven(7)kilometersfromSilom central business district. Brief Introduction Siam University being a fully accredited institution of higher education, its graduates enjoys the same privileges accorded to state university graduates. Siam University was founded in 1965 by the late Dr. Narong Mongkhonvanit.Theinstitutionhasbeenapproved to grant the degree in 1973 and was upgraded to the university status in 1986 which makes the university become the fifth private university in Thailand. From its inception, Siam University has contributedover75,000graduatesinvariousfields of specialization.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 9 9 (seepage192) The main mission of the institution is to respond to the need of the region in providing quality education and producing graduates with academicexcellence,highprofessionalskillsand sound ethical principles. The university is comprised of 11 schools which offer a broad variety of undergraduate, graduateandlifelongeducationprograms.Allthe international programs use English as medium of instruction. The student body consists of 15,000 UniversityataGlance YearEstablished: 1965 (Acquired College Status: 1973) Main Campus: Bangkok, about seven (7) kilometers from Silom CBD TotalNumberofStudents: 15,029 Undergraduate: 13,882 Graduate: 910 ForeignStudents: 276 Academic Staff: 731 Faculty Members: 524 Administrative Staff: 207 ContactPersonandDetails: Admission Center Siam University 38 Phetkasem Road, Phasicharoen, Bangkok 10163 Tel: 66 (0) 2867 8088 Email: siam@siam.edu siamcn@siam.edu yhing@siam.edu students,includingover300internationalstudents coming from over 15 countries. The faculty members in international programs have been carefullyselectedfromqualifiedscholarswhoare English native speakers mainly from Europe and America. Presently, Siam University alumni are holding key positions in the business, industry as well as in the academic and public sector nationallyandinternationally. International Initiatives Its academic collaboration with 40 leading universities and institutions from 15 countries offers unique possibilities for students and exchange faculties who wish to transfer from or to Siam University, or who wish to undertake research projects. Siam University International Hotel and Tourism program students have access to an internship placement program to receiving corporate training both in Thailand and abroad. Each year, we have hundreds of exchange students from various countries studying for a semester or two. As we have an exchange programswithvariousinstitutionsworldwide.Siam University aims to prepare its graduates for employment opportunities both locally and internationally through globalize relevant education. It has a long record of recognition and collaboration with global bodies including International Association of University Presidents (IAUP); The Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAHIL); InternationalAssociationofEuropeHotelSchools (EUHOFA); Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP) and International Association of University (IAU). Siam University isalsothememberoftheAssociationtoAdvance CollegiateSchoolsofBusiness(AACSB)andalso of the Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI).
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7100 Silpakorn University International College 22 Borommarachachonani Road, Talingchan, Bangkok 10170 Tel: 66 (0) 2849 7522, 2880 8361-3 ext. 500 Fax: 66 (0) 2849 7524 E-mail: suicbangkok@yahoo.com Website:www.suic.org Brief Introduction Silpakorn University International College (SUIC) officially opened in 2003 with a mission to offer programs in a realistic international environment at Silpakorn University, by collaborating with worldwide partners and offering international degrees at the undergraduate and post-graduate level. SUICprovidesdouble-degreeprogramsthat award students two degrees, one from Thailand and one from Europe. SUIC therefore specializes in cross-cultural awareness as all programs include the opportunity to gain study or work experience in other countries as well as in Thailand. SUIC programs not only prepare students with theoretical and practical knowledge but also with the right industry connections and problem solving skills. With the ever increasing number of graduates, the role of globalization and opportunities for ASEAN’s Economic community by 2015, SUIC’s programs provide students with a competitive edge for employability upon graduation. International Programs MBAInternationalBusiness Throughout the program, students are exposedtoaprofessionaldevelopmentapproach, which will result in acquiring critical managerial competencies at an international level. The program includes a ‘Work Study Tour’ to Australia organized by the University of Technology, Sydney
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 101 (seepage191) MBAHotel&TourismManagement This double-degree program with Vatel International Business School, France, allows studentstogainrequiredmanagementtheoryand internationally demanded best practices from the hospitality industry. Through problem-based learning, students are guided into real-time situations, thereby creating a truly managerial environment. The program culminates with an international internship (conditions apply). BBAHotelManagement A double-degree program with Vatel InternationalBusinessSchool,France,considered one of the best hospitality training schools in Europe. Vatel’s international curriculum allows studentstodeveloptheoreticalandpractical-based knowledge along with conducting internships in France and other international locations. BFA Digital Communication Design A double-degree program with Birmingham City University, United Kingdom. The program is concerned with the essential elements of visual design and mass communication, focusing on studio and workshop tuition, led by a team of highly experienced design staff. Admission Requirements UndergraduatePrograms • Completed high school or equivalent • Englishproficiency:TOEFL500PBT,173 CBT or 61 IBT or IELTS 5.5. • Applicantswithoutappropriatequalifications musttaketheSUICEnglishLanguagetest, have an interview and provide a portfolio ifapplyingfortheBFAMultimediaDesign program GraduatePrograms • Undergraduate degree in a related field with a minimum 2.75 GPA or any under graduate degree with a minimum of two years experience in relevant industry • One-page personal essay or supporting letter written in English • Interview • Englishproficiency:TOEFL500PBT,173 CBT and 61 IBT or IELTS 5.5. • Applicantswithoutappropriatequalifications musttaketheSUICEnglishLanguagetest AcademicDirector: Associate Professor Dr. Gaysorn Chansiri, PhD YearInternationalProgramEstablished:2003 NumberofstudentsonInternationalPrograms:550 EstimatedExpensesfor2013TuitionFeeperyear: MBA International Business: THB 160,000 MBA Hotel & Tourism Management: THB 160,000 BBA Hotel Management: THB 150,000 BFA Digital Communication Design: THB 300,000 (SUIC reserves the right to change fees. Also note that these tuition fees are for Thai residents only, please check with SUIC for international student fees) EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: First Application: September / October Second Application:January / February Third Application: April Academic Semester: July / January www.suic.org
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7102 Srinakharinwirot University Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok 10110 THAILAND Tel: 66 (0) 2260 1012, 2260 3637 Fax: 66 (0) 2258 4006 E-mail: ird@swu.ac.th Website:www.swu.ac.th Srinakharinwirot University Highlights Education management ï Srinakharinwirot University has 16 faculties, 3 colleges, 1 school, 4 institutes, 8 centres, 5 offices, 3 demonstration schools, and 1 international school. ï We offer 97 bachelorís degrees, 3 graduate diplomas, 53 masterís degrees, and 23 doctoral degrees. ï International degree programmes are offered at the International College for Sustainability Studies. ï Faculty of Medicine in cooperation with University of Nottingham offers a joint degree programme including B.Med.Sci (University of Nottingham) and Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) (Srinakharinwirot University). ï Faculty of Medicine provides two hospitals, HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medical Center, at Ongkharak campus in Nakhaon Nayok, and Panyananthaphikkhu Chonprathan Medical Center, at Nonthaburi province, for medical studies and for public care. ï SWU offers two bilingual programs (Thai & English) at School of Economics and Public Policy, and College of Social Communication Innovation. Research ï Srinakharinwirot University is moving forward as a national research university. ï In 2010, the university provided 300 grants for publishing research and 300 internationally published works. ï The University received 468 research grants totaling 137.72 million Baht in fiscal year 2010. ï There are 37 research projects in collaboration with foreign institutes. ï In 2010, 256 studies were published in research journals, 155 studies published in national, and 102 in international journals. ï Faculty staff have won numerous awards for their outstanding research works at national, regional, and international levels e.g. Outstanding Senior Researcher in Medical Science Award, SSEAYP International Award 2010, ìYoung Investigator Prize for Student Researchî the International Association for Dental Research Implantology Research Group. Student Development ï Srinakharinwirot University organizes more than 350 projects to promote student extra curriculum activities. ï Being a Srinakharinwirot University student connects you to nearly 200,000 proud alumni.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 103 (seepage194) AcademicDirector: Professor Dr. Pansiri Phansuwan Vice President for Academic Affairs YearEstablished(InternationalProgram): 2005 Number of Lecturers: 408 * NumberofThaiStudents inInternationalProgram(s): 1,545 NumberofInternationalStudents inInternationalProgram(s): 153 Estimate expenses for 2013 Tuition Fee per year: - Undergraduate Programs US$ 1,000 - 3,875** EstimateexpensesTuitionFeeperprogram: - Graduate Programs US$ 3,000 - 11,250** EnrolmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: 1st Semester: June 2nd Semester: November Summer semester: April Academic Semesters: 1st Semester: June - October 2nd Semester: November - March Summer semester: April - May ContactPersonandDetails: Miss Pranee Burakam International Relations Division Srinakharinwirot University Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok 10110 THAILAND Tel: 66 (0) 2260 1012, 2260 3637 Fax: 66 (0) 2258 4006 Website:http://ird.oop.swu.ac.th/ Email: ird@swu.ac.th Remarks * = Inclusive adjunct professors ** = Currency Exchange: US$ 1.00 = 32 Thai Baht (approx.) Brief Introduction Srinakharinwirot University was developed from two institutions: the Advanced Teacher TrainingSchool,foundedin1949andtheCollege of Education, founded in 1953. In 1974, it became a comprehensive university by Royal Decree of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who graciously named the new universitySrinakharinwirot,whichmeans‘theglory of the city.’ Also, while the Faculty of Education remains at the historical heart of the University, Faculty of Medicine, which is our strength, as well as some others have been established over the years and offer a range of degree programs. Today, Srinakharinwirot University is a modern go-ahead university in the metropolitan heart of bustling Bangkok, but life, the city, and the university were all very different when the University’s story began. • The College of Bhodivijalaya is developing BhodivijalayaModel,derivedfromHisMajestyKing Bhumibhol’sphilosophyonEconomicSufficiency, founding classroom network and Center for Environmental and Water Source Conservation in provinces. Fostering Creative Arts & Culture • The University conducted 186 projects for the promotion and preservation of Thai culture to illustrate knowledge, beauty, virtue of cultural identity, Thai wisdom, religions, nature, and environment conservation. • In the past few years, SWU has spent more than (2,639,541,100 Baht in 2011) on campus improvements and the two towers. Academic Services for the Community • SWU recognizes the importance of serving communities both urban and rural. In 2010, the budget of 109.51 million Baht was spent on developingacademicservicesthrough22projects with a focus on teaching and learning activities.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7104 Asst. Prof. Dr.Krongthong Khairiree Director of SSRUIC 1 U-thong Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2160 1200 Fax: 66 (0) 2160 1199 E-mail: Info_ic@ssruic.ac.th Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University International College Website:www.ssruic.com ì ì We aim to produce quality graduates with knowledge in business and service industry. The programs are taught in English and delivered at international standard. Brief Introduction SuanSunandhaRajabhatUniversity(SSRU) is located on a beautiful landscaped historic site that was once a royal garden and residential compound, Suan Sunandha was established in 1937 as a public institution. It was initially named Suan Sunandha School and became a teacher’s collegein1958.OnMarch9,1992,itadoptedthe nameRajabhatInstitutesSuanSunandhathrough King Rama IX and then, in 2004 Rajabhat Institute has changed the title to Rajabhat University. Since then the college has expanded its facilities to provide not only educational training, but also arts and sciences. Now SSRU is one of the fastest growing institutes in Bangkok and in the country. There are more than 30 well-equipped buildings on the 30-acre campus and there are some buildings under construction to meet the demands of increasing numbers of student. International College, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University (SSRUIC) was established in2004.SSRUICisofferedinternationalprogram in full-time study and international internships.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 105 International Programs Undergraduateprograms InternationalCollege International Business B.B.A. Hospitality and Tourism B.B.A. Management AirlineBusiness B.A. TourismManagement B.A. HotelandRestaurantBusiness B.A. DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Admission Requirements Degree/Requirement Bachelor’s TOEFL Score 133 or IELTS Score 4.5 or SSRU Test Have successfully completed their upper secondary education in Thailand (M.6 or Grade 12) or have equivalent academic qualifications from abroad that are recognized by the Ministry of Education,Thailand English Proficiency Test Qualifications Graduateprograms InternationalCollege MathematicEducation M.A. DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Academic Director: Asst. Prof. Dr. Krongthong Khairiree YearInternationalProgramEstablished:2004 NumberofLecturers: 45 NumberofSupportingstaffs: 18 NumberofThaistudentsatundergraduatelevel: 600 NumberofThaistudentsatgraduatelevel: - NumberofForeignstudents: 10 ContactPersonandDetails: Ms. Thanadda Rojjanapradith (Public Relation) 2fl. Srijutapa Building, 1 U-thong Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2160 1200 Fax: 66 (0) 2160 1199 E-mail: Info_ic@ssruic.ac.th Website:www.ssruic.com Facebook: Information - SSRUIC B.B.A. (International Business) B.B.A. (Hospitality and Tourism Management) B.A. (Tourism Industry) B.A. (Restaurant and Lodging Business) B.A. (Airline Business) Degree/Disciplines Bachelor’s 937.50 / Semester and 468 / Summer Semester 1,093 / Semester and 547 / Summer Semester M.A. (Mathematic Education) 1,560 / Semester or Scholarship provided from MOE, Thailand *USD1=THB32 Estimated Expenses for 2013 Tuition Fees: (approximately per year in USD*) www.ssruic.com
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7106 Faculty of Law Thammasat University 2 Prachan Road, Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2613 2162 Fax: 66 (0) 2224 8100 E-mail: mlawbiz-ep@tu.ac.th Website: www.grad.law.tu.ac.th ì ì Associate Professor Dr. Anan Chantara-opakorn (Director of the Program) The Master of Laws Program in Business Laws (English Program) provides an opportunity for high quality education at competitive costs in Bangkok for Thai and foreign students with options; The Sandwich Program operated under the cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA enables participants to complete the University of Wisconsinís Master of Law in Legal Institutions almost simultaneously. Master of Laws Program in Business Laws (English Program) Degree Master of Laws in Business Laws / LL.M. (Business Laws) Major Policies • Providing the best legal education in Thailand with minimum costs. • Enabling students to develop their capacity up to international level. Salient Features • The Program is designed to enable students to graduate within 2 academic years. • The Program is concentrated in business laws with variety of selective courses suitable for career planning. • Teachingmethodologiesandperformance assessments are to enhance students’ skills in doing research, presentation, discussion, writing, and analyzing contemporary issues, etc. • Students are encouraged to participate in social activities as well as academic activities.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 107 (seepage196) Applicants’ Qualifications • Applicants must have earned a bachelor degree of laws from the universities accredited by Thammasat University either with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and upper or have been selected by the Implementing Subcommittee on Graduate Program in Business Laws (English Program) together with a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor or a lecturer taught in a bachelor level or a superior in support for application and consideration. • Applicants must have passed the law and/or English tests as required by the Board of the Program. • Applicants must have other qualifications as required by Thammasat University Regulations on the Graduate Studies B.E. 2553 as amended (No.4) B.E. 2555. Total Number of Students to be Admitted The Faculty of Law will admit approximately 80 students to the Program for each academic year. Application Period Applicants must apply via www.grad.law. tu.ac.th andfillintheapplicationformonlinefrom October to January annually to get their usernames & passwords, print out the statement and make a payment of THB 825 for the applicationfee. Document Submission Period Applicants can submit the required documents in person or by registered mail to Office of the Master of Laws Program in Business Laws (English Program) from October to January to be considered as the first round and then from February to early March as the second round. Required documents are as the following; 1. A copy of complete transcript; 2. An original of TU-GET or a copy of TOEFL / IELTS result; and 3. AcompletedRecommendationFormboth parts A & B. Budget EstimatedexpensesforcompletingtheLL.M. (EP) is THB 200,000 /student. Admission Process • Applicants must have passed the admission in accordance with the criteria specified by Thammasat University and the Faculty of Law under which GPA in a bachelor level and a letter of recommendation will be considered. If the Admission Committee deems appropriate, it may invite certain applicants for additional interview in support of consideration, and ProgramDirector: Associate Professor Dr. Anan Chantara-opakorn EnglishProgramEstablished: 2009 Number of Lecturer(s): 57 NumberofStudentsinEnglishProgram: 187 EstimatedExpensesforcompletingtheLL.M.(EP): THB 200,000 /student. Academic Semesters: 2 per year ContactPersonandDetails: Ms. Napa Moleewong, Secretary to the Program
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7108 Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT) ThammasatUniversity,RangsitCampus 99 Moo 18, Paholyothin Road, Klong Luang, Pathum Thani 12121 Tel: 66 (0) 2986 9009 Fax: 66 (0) 2986 9112-3 E-mail: admissions@siit.tu.ac.th Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/siit.tu Website:http://www.siit.tu.ac.th University Philosophy To be a leading international institute of technology for both teaching/learning and research. Mission 1. To produce high-quality engineers and related technologists who are able to handle advancedindustrialtechnologiesanduseEnglish as a working language. 2. To conduct research and development in engineering and related technologies relevant to teaching and modern industries. Affiliates SirindhornInternationalInstituteofTechnology (SIIT) was initially established as bachelor degree programs in engineering at Thammasat University in 1992 from a cooperation agreement among the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations(NipponKeidanren),theFederation ofThaiIndustries(FTI),andThammasatUniversity, with a vision to establish engineering programs, where all courses are taught in English by highly qualified faculty members with doctoral degrees, to enhance industrial development of Thailand. After two years of successful operation, the “International Institute of Technology (IIT)” was founded on September 16, 1994. His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand graciously granted the Institute a new name, “Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT)”, on June 28, 1996.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 109 Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology SirindhornInternationalInstituteofTechnology (SIIT) offers undergraduate and graduate programs (master and doctoral levels) leading to the Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Master of Science (MSc), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the following areas: chemical engineering (ChE), civil engineering (CE), computer engineering (CPE), electronicsandcommunicationengineering(EC), engineering management (EM), industrial engineering (IE), information technology (IT), management technology (MT), and mechanical engineering (ME). SIIT also offers master of engineering programs, namely, Master of Engineering in Engineering Technology, Master ofEngineeringinInformationandCommunication Technology for Embedded Systems, Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Systems Engineering, Master of Engineering in Sustainable Energy and Environment, and Master of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering. SIIT provides a stimulating international learningatmosphere.Allcourses,bothlectureand laboratory, are taught in English by both foreign and Thai professors who have extensive overseaseducationalandworkexperiences.The numberofinternationalstudentsatSIIThasbeen increasing due to SIIT’s widely accepted reputation in quality education and faculty members. Students frequently receive lectures on a variety of topics by visiting professors from abroad, providing them exposure to new and emerging subjects. At the present time, the Institutehasestablishedbothfacultymemberand student exchange programs with a number of universities in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. These programs allow not only faculty members to collaborate with their counterparts in research projects but also students to have an opportunity to take courses at those universities. Scholarship Opportunities OutstandingStudentProgram(OSP)and ThammasatUniversityEntranceExamination StudentscurrentlystudyinginM6(grade12) or equivalent with cGPA of at least 3.25 are eligible to apply for the OSP and TU Entrance (seepage198) AcademicDirector: Prof. Dr. Sommuk Tangtermsirikul NumberofLecturer(s): 65 Estimated Expenses for 2012 Tuition Fee per semester: THB 90,000 /Semester EnrollmentPeriodforLocalandOverseasStudents: First Semester: January-May Second Semester: August-September Academic Semesters: First Semester: June - October Second Semester: November - March Summer Session: April - May ForMoreInformationPleaseContact: Admissions and Public Relations Division Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus 99 Moo 18, Paholyothin Road, Klong Luang, Pathum Thani 12121 Tel: 66 (0) 2986 9009 ext. 1201, 1401, 1406, 1441, 1502 Fax: 66 (0) 2986 9113 Website:http://www.siit.tu.ac.th Email: admissions@siit.tu.ac.th Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/siit.tu
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7110 126/1 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2697 6140 Fax: 66 (0) 2276 2176 E-mail: utcc_ic_team@googlegroups.com University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Website:http//www.utcc.ac.th/ic Brief Introduction The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce(UTCC)istheoldestprivatenon-profit higher education institution offering degrees in BusinessAdministration,Accounting,Economics, Humanities, Science, Communication Arts, Engineering and Law. It is a place where academic theories and business experiences are integrated to produce graduates who can successfully meet today’s business challenges. The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, originally known as the College of Commerce, is the private university that was founded by the Thai Chamber of Commerce in 1940 to provide education for business to Thai youth. After the outbreak of World War II in 1941, the institution was closed and it was reopened in 1963. The two-year curriculum was developed into a standard four-year program in 1964 and on June 17, 1970, the College of Commerce was officiallyaccreditedunderthePrivateCollegeAct. OnOctober24,1984,thisinstitutionwasaccredited as a university and the name was changed to the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. International Programs represent the academic expansion of the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in keeping with global business trends.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 111 International Programs (English Programs) Undergraduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Business Administration International Business Management B.B.A. Marketing Management Logistics Management School of Accountancy Accounting B.Acc. Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Business Administration International Business Management M.B.A. Financial Management Marketing Management Tourism Management Logistics Management School of Economics International Business Economics MIBE Economics Ph.D. Offshore Program in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Business Administration International Business Management M.B.A. YearofInternationalProgramEstablished: 1989 TotalNumberofStudents(excludingexchangestudents): 16,586 • Undergraduates 17,079 • Postgraduates 1,525 • International Programs Students 247 • Foreign Students (Regular Programs) 172 • Foreign Students (Exchange Programs) 88 Faculty Members: 498 Supporting Staff: 467 InternationalSystem:MBA First : August - December Second : January - May Third : May - August InternationalSystem:MIBE First : June - November Second : December - May Third : May - July ContactPerson: International College Tel: 66 (0) 2697 6140 Fax: 66 (0) 2276 2176 E-mail: utcc_ic_team@googlegroups.com AcademicCalendar: InternationalSystem:UndergraduateProgramandPh.D.Program First Semester: August - December Second Semester: January - May Summer : May - August
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 117 International Programs Offered by Thai Higher Education Institutions 2. Chandrakasem Rajabhat University Faculty of Humanities and Thailanguage (for Chinese Students and others) Social Sciences Public Higher Education Institutions 1. Burapha University International College Business Administrations Management Marketing International Tourism Management International Hotel Management Tourism and Hotel Management Management Information System Business Information System Logistics Management International Business Management Finance Communication Skill for Human Resource Development Global Business Communication Fine and Applied Arts Faculty of Education Teaching English as a Second Language Human Resources Development Educational Administration Teaching English as a Global Language Graduate School of Commerce Business Administration Faculty of Nursing Nursing Science Faculty of Public Health Public Health Faculty of Science Biologiccal Science Faculty of Engineering Bioengineering
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7118 3. Chiang Mai University Faculty of Engineering Biomedical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Nursing Nursing Nursing Nursing Administration Faculty of Social Sciences Sustainable Development Social Science College of Arts, Media Solfware Engineering Faculty of Science Environmental Science Applied Geophysics Petroleum Geoscience Chemistry Geology Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Materials Science Faculty of Physics Physics Faculty of Agriculture Agricultural Systems Postharvest Technology Sustainable Agriculture and Integrated Watershed Management Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Public Health Graduate School Health Sciences Faculty of Economics Economics Sufficiency Economy Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmacy Faculty of Dentistry Dentistry
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 119 4.Chiangrai Rajabhat University Faculty of Humanities English Studies Faculty of Humanities and Faculty Tourism and Hospitalities Management of Management Sciences International College of Makong Region Project Management International College of Makong Region Economic and Social Development Policy Thai Language Teachng for Foreigner Thai Language 5. Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Allied Health Sciences Food and Nutrition Faculty of Architecture Architectural Design Communication Design Faculty of Arts Language and Culture Thai Studies Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy Accounting International Business Management Finance English Program Financial Engineering English Program Business Administration English Program Information Technology in Business English Program Quantitative Finance English Program Faculty of Communication Arts Communication Management Strategic Communication Management Faculty of Dentistry Esthetic Restorative and Implant Dentistry Dental Public Health Faculty of Economic Economics Business and Managerial Economics International Economics and Finance Labour Economics and Human Resource Management
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7120 Faculty of Economic Health Economics and Health Care Management Faculty of Education Higher Education Management Hi.Grad.Dip. Teaching English as a Foreign Language Faculty of Engineering Aerospace Engineering Automotive Design and Manufacturing Engineering Information and Communication Engineering Nano Engineering Engineering Management Infrastructure in Civil Engineering Petroleum Engineering Civil Engineering Faculty of Law Business Law Faculty of Medicine Health Development Biomedical Science and Biotechnology Medical Sciences Faculty of Nursing Science Nursing Science Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science Pharmaceutical Technology Social and Administrative Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Care Faculty of Political Science International Development Studies Faculty of Psychology Psychological Science Faculty of Science Applied Chemistry Computer Science and Information Technology English Program Food Science and Technology Petroleum Geoscience Agricultural Technology Graduate School Fashion Business Grad.Dip./English Program Cultural Management European Studies Korean Studies
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 121 Graduate School Russian Studies Southeast Asian Studies English as an International Language Environment, Development and Sustainability Environmental Management Research for Health Development Logistics Management Nanoscience and Technology College of Public Health Sciences Public Health Sciences Public Health Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Human Resource Management Grad.Dip. Administration Management Business Administration Petroleum and Petrochemical College Petroleum Technology Petrochemical Technology Polymer Science 6. Dhonburi Rajabhat University International College Hospitality and Tourism Industry Business English Thai for foreigners Program 7. Kasetsart University Faculty of Agriculture Development Communication Sustainable Agriculture Tropical Agriculture Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen Agricultural Research and Development Faculty of Agro-Industry Biotechnology Food Science Faculty of Business Administration Business Administration
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7122 Faculty of Economics Agricultural and Resource Economics Entrepreneurial Economics (1) Logistics (2) Agricultural Business and Food (3) Information Technology, Communication and Innovation (4) Tourism and Hospitality Faculty of Humanities Communicative Thai Language for Foreigners Integrated Tourism Management English for International Communication Faculty of Engineering (IDDP) Aerospace Engineering and Business Administration Double degree Program Faculty of Engineering Advanced and Sustainable Environmental Engineering Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Mechanical Engineering Software and Knowledge Engineering Chemical Engineering Engineering Management Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering Information and Communication Technology for Embedded Systems Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bio-Veterinary Science Faculty of Fisheries Aquaculture Fishery Management Fishery Products Fishery Science Marine Science Faculty of Forestry Tropical Forestry Faculty of Science Bioscience Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science English as an International Language
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 123 8. Khon Kaen University Faculty of Agriculture Animal Science Agriculture Agronomy Agriculture System Soil Science Faculty of Veterinary Interdisciplinary Veterinary Science Livestock Diseases and Health Management Faculty of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Dentistry Prosthodontics Faculty of Medicine Community Medicine Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Tropical Medicine Faculty of Management Science Economics Public Affairs Management Faculty of Nursing Nursing Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Research and Development in Pharmaceuticals Pharmacy Faculty of Public Health Biostatistics Public Health Graduate School Rural Development Management Faculty of Associate Medical Science Human Movement Science Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Development Science English College of Graduate Study in Management Business Administration Faculty of Science Computer Science Biological Science Faculty of Education Teaching English to Speaker of Other Language (TESOL) International College Global Business International Affairs International Marketing
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7124 International College Multimedia Technology and Animation Tourism Management Thai as a Foreign Language 9.KingMongkut’sInstituteofTechnologyLadkrabang International College Solfware Engineering Logistics and Supply Chain Management Automotive Engineering Co-operation with NSTDA and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan 10. King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok College of Industrial Technology Technical Education in Electrics and Electronics Faculty of Information Technology Information Technology Management Information Systems The Sirindhorn Inter-Thai-German Electrical Engineering Graduate School of Engineering Mechanical Engineering (TGGS) Mechanical Engineering Simulation and Design Electrical Power and Energy Engineering Production Engineering Communications Engineering Automotive Engineering Chemical and Process Engineering Software Systems Engineering Materials and Metallurgical Engineering 11. King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Faculty of Engineering Automation Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 125 Faculty of Engineering Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Environmental Engineering Automotive Engineering Electrical and Information Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering School of Science Bioscience School of Architecture and Design Architecture Industrial Design Interior Architecture Communication Design Design and Plannign School of Bioresources and Technology Biotechnology Postharvest Technology Bioinformatics and Systems Biology School of Information Technology Computer Science Information Technology School of Liberal Arts Applied Linguistics (English Language Teaching) Applied Linguistics (English Language Teaching) Weeken Program Applied Linguistics English for Professional and International Communication The Joint Graduate School of Energy Energy Technology and Management and Environment Environmental Technology and Management Energy Technology Environmental Technology Jointly with School of Information Technology
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7126 12. Mae Fah Luang University School of Liberal Arts English Business Chinese Thai Language and Culture International Development English for Professional Development International Program School of Science Applied Chemistry Biosciences Biotechnology Computational Science Materials Science Natural Resources and Environmental Management International Program School of Management Business Administration Accounting Economics Tourism Management Hospitality Industry Management (Hotel Management) Aviation Business Management Entrepreneurial Management International Program Logistics and Supply Chain Management School of Information Technology Computer Science Software Engineering Computer Engineering Information Technology Information and Communication Engineering Multimedia Technology and Animation School of Agro-Industry Food Technology Technology Management of Agricultural Produces and Packaging Technology Management of Agricultural Produces
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 127 *All programs are taught in English School of Cosmetics Science Cosmetic Science Beauty Technology School of Health Science Public Health International Program School of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Dermatology for Doctor only Medicine Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine for Doctor only Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science 13. Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Faculty of Buddhism Buddhist Studies Philosophy Mahayana Studies Vipassana Meditation Sanskrit Abhidhamma Dhamma Communication Pali Buddhist Studies Pali Tipitaka Studies Buddhist Art Peace Studies Faculty of Education Educational Administration Teacher Profession Social Studies Thai Language Teaching English Teaching Counceling Psychology and Guidance Buddhist Teaching Computer Teaching Buddhist Educational Administration
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7128 Faculty of Humanities English Thai Chinese Japanese Buddhist Psychology Life and Death Studies Linguistics Buddhism and Arts of Life English (International Program) Faculty of Social Science Buddhist Management Public Administration Public Administration (Distance Education) Economic Politics Sociology Social Work Social Development Buddhist Development Economics 14. Mahasarakham University Faculty of Accountancy and Management International Business Faculty of Science Palaeontology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences English and Language Arts English for International Communication Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management International Tourism Management Faculty of Technology Food Technology Faculty of Public Health Public Health English Program
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 129 15. Mahidol University ASEAN Institute for Health Development Primary Health Care Management College of Management Finalcial Management Human Resource Management Management Marketing College of Religious Studies Religious Studies College of Sports Science and Technology Sports Science Faculty of Dentistry Dental Biomaterials Science Dental Implant Prosthodontics Hi. Grad. Dip. Dentistry Implant Dentistry Maxillofacial Prosthetics Grad. Dip. Oral Biology Oral Rehabilitation Hi. Grad. Dip. Orthodontics Prosthodontics Faculty of Engineering Biomedical Engineering Logistics and Engineering Management Civil Engineering Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Integrated Chemical Engineering Faculty of Environment and Resource Environment and Resource Studies Studies Environment Management and Technology Faculty of Graduate Studies Medical Epidemiology Faculty of Information and Computer Science Communication Technology Information and Communication Technology Faculty of Liberal Arts Applied Linguistics (Teaching English for Specific Purposes) Faculty of Medical Technology Medical Technology Radiological Technology
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7130 Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Clinical Epidemiology Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Diagnostic Radiology Immunology Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Medical Microbiology Medical Physiology Faculty of Nursing Nursing Faculty of Pharmacy Biopharmaceutical Sciences Clinical Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Phytochemistry Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Phytochemistry Pharmaceutics Pharmacology and Biomolecular Science Phytopharmaceutical Sciences Social, Economic and Administrative Pharmacy Plant Science Faculty of Physical Therapy Physical Therapy Faculty of Public Health Environmental Technology Public Health Microbiology Epidemiology Dr. P.H. Family Health Dr. P.H. Global Health Dr. P.H. Health Education and Health Promotion Dr. P.H. Parasitology and Entomology Dr. P.H. Public Health Administration Dr. P.H. Public Health Nursing Dr. P.H. Public Health Nutrition Dr. P.H. Health Informatics Public Health
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 131 Faculty of Science Actuarial Science Analytical Chemistry Anatomy and Structural Biology Applied Mathematics Biochemistry Biology Biotechnology Chemical Physics Environmental Biology Exercise Physiology Exercise Science Forensic Science Inorganic Chemistry Mathematics Materials Science and Engineering Microbiology Molecular Medicine Organic Chemistry Pathobiology Pharmacology Physical Chemistry Physics Physiology Polymer Science and Technology Toxicology Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Buddhist Studies Educational Management Health Social Sciences Faculty of Tropical Medicine Clinical Tropical Medicine Tropical Medicine
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7132 Faculty of Tropical Medicine Tropical Pediatrics Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Grade. Dip. Institute of Human Rights Studies Human Rights and Peace Studies Human Rights and Democratization Human Rights and Peace Studies Institute for Innovative Learning Science and Technology Education Institute of Molecular Biosciences Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering Neurosciences Institute of Nutrition Food and Nutrition for Development Nutrition and Dietetics Institute for Population and Social Demography Research Population and Reproductive Health Research Population and Social Gerontology Mahidol University International College Animation Production Applied Mathematics Biological Sciences Business Economics Business Modeling and Analysis Chemistry Communication Design Computer Engineering Computer Sciences Environmental Science Film Production Finance Food Sciences and Technology Information Systems International Business Marketing Nursing Science
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 133 Mahidol University International College Physics Social Sciences Television Production Tourism and Hospitality Management Research Institute for Languages Multicultural Studies and Cultures of Asia 16. Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University Faculty of Humanities and Thai for Communication Social Sciences Faculty of Education Curriculum and Instruction Faculty of Science and Technology Water Resources Engineering 17. Nakhon Phanom University International Aviation College Commercial Pilot Licence, CPL Multi Engine Rating, ME Instrument Ration, IR 18. Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences English for Business Communication 19. Naresuan University International College English for Business Communication Laws Human Resource Management Tourism Management Faculty of Nursing Nursing Science Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science Pharmaceutical Sciences Cosmetic Science
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7134 Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science Pharmacology and Biomolecular Sciences Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Nutral Products Pharmaceutics Pharmaceutical Care Faculty of Medicine Health Systems and Policy Health Security Financing and Management School of Renewable Energy Renewable Energy Faculty of Management Business Administration and Information Sciences International Business International Business Law International Tourism and Hotel Management Faculty of Education Education Faculty of Agriculture, Natural Biodiversity Conservation and Ecotourism Resources and Environment Food Science and Technology Natural, Resources and Environment Faculty of Medical Science Medical Sciences Faculty of Engineering Manufactering Systems Engineering and Automation 20. National Institute of Development Administration Graduate School of Public Administration Development Administration Graduate School of Business Business Administration Administration Business Administration (English program) Business Administration (International program) Finance Investment and Risk Management Graduate School of Applied Statistics Statistics Computer Science and Information Systems Graduate School of Development Economics Economics Graduate School of Language and Language and Communication Communication
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 135 Graduate School of Human Resource Human Resource and Organization Development Development 22. Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep Faculty of Business Administration Accounting Information Systems International Business Management Marketing Faculty of Liberal Arts Tourism and Hospitality 21. Prince of Songkla University Faculty of Nursing Nursing Science Nursing Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Hospitality Management Hospitality and Tourism Management Tourism Management Faculty of Management Sciences Business Administration Management Faculty of Liberal Arts Teaching English as an International Language Chinese Language Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Herb Sciences Cosmetic Sciences Faculty of Medicine Epidemiology Faculty of Agro-Industry Biotechnology Faculty of Science Ecology Faculty of International Studies International Business : China Chinese Studies Thai Studies International Studies College of Islamic Studies Islamic Studies University International College Digital Media English Program
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7136 23. Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon Faculty of Business Administration International Business Faculty of Liberal Arts Applied Thai English Program 24. Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi Faculty of Business Administration Marketing Business Computer Business English International Business Administration 25. Ramkhamhaeng University The Institute of International Studies Business Administration Economics Educational Administration English Political Science International Business Laws Finance and Banking Management Marketing Mass Communication Multi-Media Journalism Radio and TV Broadcasting 26. Silpakorn University International College Hotel Management Digital Communication Design International Business Hotel and Tourism Management Double Degree program with Vatel International Business School, France Double Degree program with Birmingham City University, United Kingdom Double Degree program with Vatel International Business School, France
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 137 27. Srinakharinwirot University Faculty of Humanities Business English for International Communication Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) English Teaching Thai as a Foreign Language (TTFL) Communicative Thai for Foreigners InternationalCollegeforSustainabilityStudies Hospitality Management and Ecotourism Hospitality Management and Recreation Business Management and Intercultural Communication International English Language Studies Contemporary Thai Studies (Interdisciplinary Program) Holistic Tourism Management (Interdisciplinary Program) Faculty of Medicine Medical Science School of Economics and Public Policy Economics College of Social Communication Social Communication Innovation Innovation Cinema and Digital Media Communication Innovation Behavioral Science Research Institute Applied Behavioral Science Research Institute (Research - focused) Program taught in Thai Program taught in Thai Joint degree program between SWU and University of Nottingham, U.K. Bilingual Programs (Thai & English) Bilingual Programs (Thai & English) All programs are expected to be launch before 2014. 28. Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Faculty of International College International Business Hospitality and Tourism Management Airline Business Restaurant and Lodging Business Tourism Industry Mathematic Education
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7138 29. Suratthani Rajabhat University International School of Tourism Airline Business Global Management of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Tourism Industry 30. Suranaree University of Technology Institute of Science Chemistry Applied Mathematics Environmental Biology Physics Laser Technology Microbiology Biomedical Sciences Biotechnology Geoinformatics Institute of Agricultural Technology Crop Production Technology Animal Production Technology Biotechnology Food Technology Institute of Social Technology English Language Studies Institute of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering Environmental Engineering Polymer Engineering Geotechnology Transportation Engineering Ceramic Engineering Industrial Engineering and Systems
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 139 31. Thammasat University Thammasart Business School Business Administration Finance Marketing Accounting Global Entrepreneurship International Business Faculty of Economics Economics Faculty of Political Science International Relations Politics and International Relations Faculty of Liberal Arts British and American Studies Business English communication Journalism and Mass Communication Mass media Studies Faculty of Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronic and Computer Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering Faculty of Allied Health Sciences Biomedical Sciences Faculty of Dentistry Oral Health Science Faculty of Nursing and Thammasat Health Care Management Business School Faculty of Public Health Public Health Science Faculty of Science and Technology Statistics College of Innovation Service Innovation Language Institute English for Career Teaching English as a Foreign Language Pridi Banomyong International College Chinese Studies Thai Studies Combined Bacholor and Master Program
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7140 Sirindhorn International Institute Chemical Engineering of Technology Civil Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Computer Engineering Engineering Management Engineering Technology Information Technology Management Technology Sustainable Energy and Environment Materials Science and Engineering Logistics and Supply Chain Systems Engineering ICT for Embedded Systems Faculty of Law Business Laws 34. Uttaradit Rajabhat University International College Business English 33. Udon Thani Rajabhat University Faculty of Humanities and Social Thai for Foreigners to Business and Tourism Sciences Thai for Foreigners 1-year Advanced Thai for Foreigners 1-year 32. Ubon Rajathanee University Faculty of Management Sciences Tourism Management English Program
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 141 PrivateHigherEducationInstitutions 1. Asia-Pacific International University Faculty of Arts and Humanities Teaching English to Speaker of Other Language (TESOL) English for Communication English for Business and Tourism Faculty of Education and Psychology Psychology and Education Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language (TESOL) Teaching Teacher Education Faculty of Business Administration Accounting Accounting and Finance Computer Information Systems Management and Entrepreneurship Management and Marketing Management and Office Administration Management and Communication Marketing and Communication Faculty of Religious Studies Applied Theology Religious Education Faculty of Science Biology 2. Asian University Faculty of Business Administration Business Economics Business Administration Finance and Banking Management Management Information Systems Marketing
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7142 Faculty of Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering Information Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology Management Technology Faculty of Liberal Arts English for Business Communication Multimedia Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Curriculum and Instruction Communication Arts Interaction Design 3. Assumption University of Thailand Martin de Tours School Marketing of Management and Economics Management Finance and Banking Accounting Business Information Systems Hospitality and Tourism Management International Business Management Real Estate Industrial Management Insurance Business Economics Supply Chain Management Financial Economics Business Administration Au-Wollongong Program Joint programs with University of Wollongong, Australia*
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 143 Au-Dominican Double Degree Program Joint programs with Dominican University of California, U.S.A.* ABAC School of Arts Business English Business French Business Chinese Business Japanese Chinese for Economy and Trade Joint programs with Beijing Language and Culture University, China* Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language Joint programs with Beijing Language and Culture University, China ABAC School of Music Music Business Music Performance ABAC School of Science and Technology Computer Science Information Technology Telecommunications Science Business Data Analysis Technology Management Specialization in Software Project Management ABAC School of Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Computer and Network Engineering Telecommunication and Electronics Engineering Mechatronics Engineering Aeronautic Engineering ABAC School of Nursing Science Nursing Science Albert Laurence School Advertising of Communication Arts Public Relations Performance Communication New Media Communication Visual Communication Arts Computer Generated Imagery Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7144 ABAC School of Law Law International Relations Business Law Thai & International Program Public Law Thai Program Taxation Law ABAC School of Biotechnology Food Technology Agro-Industry Food Biotechnology Ph.D.-Joint programs with University of California at Davis, USA Montfort del Rosario School Architecture of Architecture and Design Interior Architecture Interior Design Product Design Graduate School of Business Business Administration-Day Program (Marketing, Finance, General Management, Entrepreneurship) Business Administration-Evening Program (Marketing, Finance, General Management, Entrepreneurship) Business Administration-Mobile Learning Integration Business Administration-Innovation Management Business Administration-Computer for Organization Management Business Administration-Automation and Industrial Management Business Administration (Weekend-Track Program) Business Administration-Professional (Day & Evening Program) Business Administration-Fast-Track Business Administration-Special Program (S-MBA)
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 145 Graduate School of Business Business Administration-Professional Management Certificate Mini M.B.A. Business Administration-Technology Management Tourism Management Investment Analysis and Management Organization Development and Management Management and Organization Development Hospitality and Tourism Management International Business Joint programs with London South Bank University, UK Joint programs with University of Applied Science, Mainz, Germany* Joint programs with La Trobe University, Australia* *Double Degree International Marketing Joint programs with London South Bank University, UK Marketing Joint programs with London South Bank University, UK* Business Administration (Marketing Management, Joint programs with City University Global Management, Project Management) of Seattle, USA* International Management Joint programs with University of the West of England, UK* International Management and Entrepreneurship Joint programs with De Montfort University Leicester, UK* Financial Analysis Joint programs with La Trobe University, Australia* Financial Analysis (Investment) Joint programs with La Trobe University, Australia* Joint programs with Sheffield Hallam University, UK*
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7146 Graduate School of Business Professional Accounting Joint programs with La Trobe University, Australia* Marketing Management Joint programs with La Trobe University, Australia* Managing Global Business Joint programs with Sheffield Hallam University, UK* Graduate School of Psychology Counseling Psychology Psychology Graduate School of Education Educational Administration Curriculum and Instruction Educational Leadership Graduate School of English English Language Teaching Professional English Media Studies Graduate School of Philosophy and Religion Philosophy Religious Studies Graduate School of e-Learning (GSeL) Management Information and Communication Technology Teaching and Technology eLearning Methodology *Double Degree 4. Bangkok University Bangkok University International College Entrepreneurship Marketing Communication Arts Business English International Tourism Management Computer Graphics and Multimedia Hotel and Restaurant Management Architecture Bilingual Program Interior Design Bilingual Program
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 147 5. Christian University of Thailand College of Nursing Nurising Science School of International Programs Business English Hospitality and Tourism Industry Graduate School Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) 6.ChulabhornGraduateInstitute CGI Program Applied Biological Sciences Grad. Dip. Chemical Biology Environmental Toxicology Grad. Dip. 7. Dhurakij Pundit University DPU International College Business Administration in Hospitality and Tourism Management Business Administration in International Business 8. Dusit Thani College Faculty of Hospitality Industry Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management (a joint degree with Le Cordon Bleu) Hotel and Resort Management (with the academic cetification of Ecole h teli re de Lausanne) Joint Program between Dusit Thani College and Le Cordon Bleu with the academic certification of Ecole h teli re de Lausanne 9. Eastern Asia University Faculty of Business Administration International Business Management 10. The Eastern University of Management and Technoloty Faculty of Business Administration Management
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7148 11. Hatyai University Didyasarin International College International Business English International Business Management Business Chinese Digital Media Design Bilingual Program Bilingual Program 12. Huachiew Chalermprakiet University Faculty of Business Administration Business Administration Faculty of Liberal Arts English-Chinese 15. Kasem Bundit University Faculty of Business Administration Aviation Industry Management Business Computer Management Marketing Finance Information System Management Faculty of Liberal Arts English for Communication Hotel Management 16. Lampang Inter-Tech College Faculty of Business Administration International Business 13. Institute of Technology Ayothaya Faculty of Business Administration Business Administration 14. International Buddhist College Faculty of Religious Studies Buddhist Historical and Cultural Studies Buddhist Thought Faculty of Liberal Arts Pali and Sanskrit Scripture Language and Literature Graduate School Buddhist Thought
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 149 17. Mahanakorn University of Technology Faculty of Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electronic and Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering In co-operation with University of Sheffield, UK In co-operation with University of Sheffield, UK In co-operation with University of Sheffield, UK In co-operation with University of Sheffield, UK 18. Payap University Faculty of Arts English Communication Linguistics Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Faculty of Science Information Technology Faculty of Business Administration International Business Management Business Administration McGilvary College of Divinity Divinity Institute of Religion, Culture and Peace Peace Building 19. Rangsit University International College International Business Information and Communication Technology Communication Arts International Relations and Development Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality International Hospitality Management Management Chinese Business School Management School of Nursing Nursing Science Faculty of Education Bilingual Education
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7150 Faculty of Education Bilingual Education Institute of Diplomacy and Diplomacy and International Studies International Studies Faculty of Business Administration Innovation and Entrepreneurship 21. Siam University Faculty of Business Administration International Business School of Hotel and Tourism Hotel and Tourism Management Management Graduate School of Business Business Admistration in Accounting, Finance, International Business, Marketing and Hotel and Tourism Graduate School of Peace Studies Peace Studies and Diplomacy and Diplomacy Graduate School of Information Information Technology Technology Only EUHOFA Institutional member in SE Asia Collaborate with Department of Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh, USA. MAPD (MBA and DBA) Member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) 20. Shinawatra University School of Management International Business Professional Finance Business Administration Management School of Management Technology Architectural Technology Management Energy and Environment Management Building and Facility Management Sustainable Development School of Information Technology Software Engineering Management Information Systems Web and Mobile Applications Information Technology School of Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Teaching English as an International Language
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 151 22. Sripatum University International College International Business Communication Hotel Management A Join Academic Program with Swiss College of Hospitality Management Lenk in Switzerland Students who enroll in A Joint Academic Program with Swiss College of Hospitality Management Lenk in Switzlerland will earn both BBA in Hotel Management from SIC and acertificate of SHML’s Higher Diploma in Hotel Management. 24. St. Theresa International College Faculty of Liberal Arts Communication Art Business English International Business 23. Stamford International University Faculty of Business Administration Accounting Airline Business Management Finance Information System Management Bachelor’s Degree = 3 year program Faculty of Business Administration International Business Management Marketing Business Administration Hospitality and Tourism Management Faculty of Liberal Arts Communication Arts English Language Studies Hospitality and Tourism Management Faculty of Science and Technology Information Technology Computer Animational Master’s Degree = 1 year or 18 month programs
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7152 Faculty of Nursing Science Nursing Science Nursing Science -NZP Faculty of Science Computer Science -BUP Software Engineering -BUP Information Systems -AUP Marketing -AUP Faculty of Business Administration Accounting Business Computer Marketing Management Hospitality and Tourism Management Airline Business International Business Computing Systems -NZP Applied Management -NZP Tourism Management -NZP Management -AUP Information Systems -AUP Faculty of Education Education Management Administration Business Administration Teaching Profession Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmacy * SIIP- St. Theresa International Program (St. Theresa International College) BUP-British University Program (Coventry University, United Kingdom) AUP-American University Program (Troy University, United States of America) NZP-New Zealand Program (Waiariki Institute of technology, New Zealand) 25. University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce School of Business Administration International Business Management Marketing Management Logistics Management Financial Management
  • University/Faculty Disciplines Degreeoffered Remarks Cert. B Dip. M PhD International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 153 School of Business Administration Tourism Management School of Economics International Business Economics Economics School of Accountancy Accounting 27. Yala Islamic University Faculty of Islamic Studies Usuluddin History and Islamic Civilization Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Science Arabic Arabic Language and Literature English Malay Faculty of Science and Technology Computer Science 26. Webster University Thailand College of Arts and Sciences International Relations Psychology School of Business and Technology Business Administration International Business Management Marketing Finance School of Communications Advertising and Marketing Communications Media Communications Public Relations
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 155 I. Public Higher Education Institutions Directory Thai Higher Education InstitutionsDirectory Thai Higher Education InstitutionsDirectory Thai Higher Education InstitutionsDirectory Thai Higher Education InstitutionsDirectory Thai Higher Education Institutions Limited Admission Universities and Institutions 1. BansomdejChaoprayaRajabhat University(BSRU) 1061 Isaraparp Road, Hiranruji, Thon Buri, Bangkok 10600 Tel: 66 (0) 2473 7000 Fax: 66 (0) 2466 6539 Website: www.bsru.ac.th 2. BuriramRajabhatUniversity (BRU) Jira Road, Mueang, Buriram31000 Tel: 66 (0) 4461 1221, 44617588 Fax: 66 (0) 4461 2858 Website: www.bru.ac.th 3. ChaiyaphumRajabhatUniversity (CPRU) 167 Chaiyaphum-Tadton Road, Nafai, Mueang, Chaiyaphum36000 Tel: 66 (0) 4481 5111 Fax: 66 (0) 4481 5116 Website: www.cpru.ac.th 4. ChandrakasemRajabhatUniversity (CRU)* 39/1 Rachadapisek Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2942 6900-99, 25416060 Fax: 66 (0) 2541 7113 Website: www.chandra.ac.th 5. ChiangMaiRajabhatUniversity (CMRU) 202 Changpuek Road, Mueang,ChiangMai50300 Tel: 66 (0) 5388 5555 Fax: 66 (0) 5388 5556 Website: www.cmru.ac.th 6. ChiangraiRajabhatUniversity (CRU)* 80 Moo 9, Pahonyothin Road, Mueang, Chiang Rai 57100 Tel: 66 (0) 5377 6000, 53776007 Fax: 66 (0) 5377 6001 Website: www.cru.in.th 7. DhonburiRajabhatUniversity (DRU)* 172 Isaraparp Road, Thonburi, Bangkok 10600 Tel: 66 (0) 2890 1801-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2466 6776 Website: www.dru.ac.th 8. KalasinRajabhatUniversity (KSU) 13 Moo 14, Songplei, Namon,Kalasin46230 Tel: 66 (0) 4360 2033-43 Fax: 66 (0) 4360 2044 Website: www.ksu.ac.th 9. KamphaengPhetRajabhatUniversity (KPRU) Nakhonchoom-WangyangRoad, Mueang,KamphaengPhet 62000 Tel: 66 (0) 5570 6555, 55722500 Fax: 66 (0) 5570 6518 Website: www.kpru.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs156 10. KanchanaburiRajabhatUniversity (KRU) Kanchanaburi-ShaiyokeRoad, Mueang,Kanchanaburi71000 Tel: 66 (0) 3463 3227-30 Fax: 66 (0) 3463 3224 Website: www.kru.ac.th 11. KasetsartUniversity(KU)* 50PhaholyothinRoad, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2942 8200-45 Fax: 66 (0) 2942 8151-3 Website: www.ku.ac.th 12. KhonKaenUniversity (KKU)* 123 Friendship Road, Mueang, KhonKaen40002 Tel: 66 (0) 4320 2222-49, 4320 3333-51 Fax: 66 (0) 4320 2216 Website: www.kku.ac.th 13. LampangRajabhatUniversity (LPRU) 119 Moo 9, Lampang-Maeta Road, Mueang,Lampang52100 Tel: 66 (0) 5424 1020, 54237399 Fax: 66 (0) 5423 7388 Website: www.lpru.ac.th 14. LoeiRajabhatUniversity (LRU) 234 Loei-Chiangkhan Road, Mueang,Loei42000 Tel: 66 (0) 4283 5224-8 Fax: 66 (0) 4281 1143 Website: www.lru.ac.th 15. MaejoUniversity(MJU) 63 Moo 4, Chiang Mai-Phrao Road, Sansai, Chiang Mai 50290 Tel: 66 (0) 5349 8130 Fax: 66 (0) 5349 8861 Website: www.mju.ac.th 16. MahasarakhamUniversity(MSU)* 41/20Kamriang, Kantarawichai, Maha Sarakham 44150 Tel: 66 (0) 4375 4321-40, 43754333 Fax: 66 (0) 4375 4315 Website: www.msu.ac.th 17. Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University (MCRU) 46 Moo 3, Chombung Road, Chombung, Ratchaburi 70150 Tel: 66 (0) 3226 1790-7 Fax: 66 (0) 3226 1078 Website: www.mcru.ac.th 18. NakhonPathomRajabhatUniversity (NPRU)* 85MalaimanRoad,Mueang, Nakhon Pathom 73000 Tel: 66 (0) 3426 1021-36 Fax: 66 (0) 3426 1048 Website: www.npru.ac.th 19. NakhonPhanomUniversity (NPU)* 129 Moo 6, Chayangkul Road, Mueang, Nakhon Phanom 48000 Tel: 66 (0) 4253 2477-8 Fax: 66 (0) 4253 2479 Website: www.npu.ac.th 20. NakhonRatchasimaRajabhat University(NRRU) 340 Suranarai Road, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: 66 (0) 4425 4000, 4435 5321-2 Fax: 66 (0) 4424 4739 Website: www.nrru.ac.th 21. NakhonSawanRajabhatUniversity (NSRU)* 398 Moo 9, Sawanwithi Road, Mueang, Nakhon Sawan 60000 Tel: 66 (0) 5621 9100-29 Fax: 66 (0) 5622 1554 Website: www.nsru.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 157 22. NakhonSiThammaratRajabhat University(NSTRU)* 1 Moo 4, Tha-ngew, Mueang, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80280 Tel: 66 (0) 7539 2087 Fax: 66 (0) 7537 7440 Website: www.nstru.ac.th 23. NaresuanUniversity (NU)* 99 Phitsanulok-Nakhon Sawan Road, Mueang,Phitsanulok65000 Tel: 66 (0) 5526 1000-4 Fax: 66 (0) 5526 1014 Website: www.nu.ac.th 24. National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA)* 118 Moo 3, Seri Thai Road, KlongChan,Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2727 3000 Fax: 66 (0) 2375 8798 Website:www.nida.ac.th 25. Pathumwan Institute of Technology 833 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2219 3833-38 Fax: 66 (0) 2219 3872 Website: www.ptwit.ac.th 26. PhetchabunRajabhatUniversity (PCRU) 83 Moo 11, Saraburi-Lomsak Road, Mueang,Phetchabun67000 Tel: 66 (0) 5671 7100 Fax: 66 (0) 5671 7110 Website: www.pcru.ac.th 27. PhetchaburiRajabhatUniversity (PBRU) 38 Moo 8, Hardchaosamran, Mueang,Phetchaburi76000 Tel: 66 (0) 3249 3300-7 Fax: 66 (0) 3249 3308 Website: www.pbru.ac.th 28. PhranakhonRajabhatUniversity (PNRU) 3 Moo 6, Changwattana Road, Bang Khen, Bangkok 10220 Tel: 66 (0) 2544 8000 Fax: 66 (0) 2521 7909 Website: www.pnru.ac.th 29. PhranakhonSiAyutthayaRajabhat University (ARU) 96 Rojana Road, Pratuchai, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000 Tel: 66 (0) 3532 2076-9 Fax: 66 (0) 3524 2708 Website: www.aru.ac.th 30. PhuketRajabhatUniversity (PKRU) 21 Moo 6, Thepkasatri Road, Mueang, Phuket 83000 Tel: 66 (0) 7624 0474-7, 7621 1959 Fax: 66 (0) 7621 1778 Website: www.pkru.ac.th 31. PibulsongkramRajabhatUniversity (PSRU) 66 Wangchan Road, Mueang, Phitsanulok65000 Tel: 66 (0) 5526 7000-2 Fax: 66 (0) 5526 7090 Website: www.psru.ac.th 32. PrinceofSongklaUniversity (PSU)* 15 Kanchanavanich Road, Hat Yai, Songkhla 90110 Tel: 66 (0) 7428 2000 Fax: 66 (0) 7421 2828 Website: www.psu.ac.th 33. PrincessofNaradhiwasUniversity (PNU) 49 Ra-ngae Mankha Road, Mueang, Narathiwas 96000 Tel: 66 (0) 7351 1174, 73511192 Fax: 66 (0) 7351 1905 Website: www.pnu.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs158 34. RajabhatMahaSarakhamUniversity (RMU) 80 Nakhonsawan Road, Mueang, Maha Sarakham 44000 Tel: 66 (0) 4371 3080-9, 4372 2118-9 Fax: 66 (0) 4372 2117 Website: www.rmu.ac.th 35. RajabhatRajanagarindraUniversity (RRU) 422 Maruphong Road, Mueang, Chachoengsao 24000 Tel: 66 (0) 3851 1010, 3853 5426-8 Fax: 66 (0) 3881 0337 Website: www.rru.ac.th 36. RajamangalaUniversityof TechnologyIsan (RMUTI) 744 Moo 6, Suranarai Road, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: 66 (0) 4423 3000 Fax: 66 (0) 4423 3052 Website: www.rmuti.ac.th Kalasin Campus 62/1 Kasetsomboon Road, Mueang,Kalasin46000 Tel: 66 (0) 4381 1128 Fax: 66 (0) 4381 3070 Website: www.ksc.rmuti.ac.th Khon Kaen Campus 150 Srichan Road, Mueang, KhonKaen40000 Tel: 66 (0) 4333 6371 Fax: 66 (0) 4323 7149 Website: www.kkc.rmuti.ac.th Sakon Nakhon Campus 199 Moo 3, Phang Khon, Sakon Nakhon 47160 Tel: 66 (0) 4273 4724-5 Fax: 66 (0) 4273 4723 Website: www.skc.rmuti.ac.th Surin Campus 145 Surin-Prasat Road, Nokmueang,Mueang, Surin32000 Tel: 66 (0) 4415 3090 Fax: 66 (0) 4415 3064 Website: www.surin.rmuti.ac.th 37. RajamangalaUniversityof Technology Krungthep (RMUTK)* 2 Nanglinji Road, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2287 9600, 2286 3991-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2286 3596 Website: www.rmutk.ac.th 38. RajamangalaUniversityof Technology Lanna (RMUTL) 128 Huaykaew Road, Mueang, ChiangMai50300 Tel: 66 (0) 5392 1444 Fax: 66 (0) 5321 3183 Website: www.rmutl.ac.th Chiang Rai Campus 99 Moo 10, Phan, Chiang Rai 57120 Tel: 66 (0) 5472 9600-5 Fax: 66 (0) 5472 9606-7 Website:www.chiangrai.rmutl.ac.th Lampang Campus 200 Moo 17, Pichai Road, Mueang,Lampang52000 Tel: 66 (0) 5434 2547-8 Fax: 66 (0) 5434 2549 Website: www.lpc.rmutl.ac.th Nan Campus 59 Moo 13, Faikaew, Phuphieng,Nan55000 Tel: 66 (0) 5471 0259 Fax: 66 (0) 5477 1398 Website:www.nan.rmutl.ac.th Phitsanulok Campus 52 Moo 7, Bankrang, Mueang,Phitsanulok65000 Tel: 66 (0) 5529 8438 Fax: 66 (0) 5529 8440 Website: www.plc.rmutl.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 159 Tak Campus 41 Moo 7, Mai-Ngam, Mueang, Tak 63000 Tel: 66 (0) 5551 5904-5 Fax: 66 (0) 5551 1833 Website: www.tak.rmutl.ac.th Agricultural Cultural Technology Research Institute 202 Moo 17, Pichai, Muang,Lampang52000 Tel: 66 (0) 5434 2553 Fax: 66 (0) 5434 2551 Website: www.lartc.rmutl.ac.th 39. RajamangalaUniversityof TechnologyPhraNakhon (RMUTP)* 399 Samsen Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2282 9009-15 Fax: 66 (0) 2281 0073 Website: www.rmutp.ac.th 40. RajamangalaUniversityof Technology Rattanakosin (RMUTR) 96 Moo 3, Salaya, Phuttamonthon, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Tel: 66 (0) 2889 4585-7 Fax: 66 (0) 2441 1012 Website: www.rmutr.ac.th Bophit Phimuk Chakkawat Campus 264 Chakkrawat Road, Sampanthawong, Bangkok 10100 Tel: 66 (0) 2226 5925-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2226 4879 Website: www.bpc.rmutr.ac.th Poh-Chang Campus 86 Triphet Road, Pranakhon, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2623 8790-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2225 7631 Website:www.pch.pohchang.rmutr.ac.th Wang Klai Kangwon Campus Petchakasem 242 Road, Nongkae, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khirikhan 77110 Tel: 66 (0) 3257 2284-6, 3253 2552-3 Fax: 66 (0) 3253 6299, 3253 2511 Website: www.kkw.rmutr.ac.th 41. RajamangalaUniversityof TechnologySrivijaya (RMUTSV) 1 Ratchadamneon Nok Road, Bhoyang,Mueang, Songkhla90000 Tel: 66 (0) 7431 7100 Fax: 66 (0) 7431 7123 Website: www.rmutsv.ac.th Nakhon Si Thammarat Campus 133 Moo 5, Thung Yai, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80240 Tel: 66 (0) 7547 9496-7 Fax: 66 (0) 7535 0028 Website: www.fan.rmutsv.ac.th Trang Campus 179Moo3,Maifad,Sikao,Trang92150 Tel: 66 (0) 7527 4151-6 Fax: 66 (0) 7527 4159 Website: www.svj.rmutsv.ac.th 42. RajamangalaUniversityof TechnologySuvarnabhumi (RMUTSB) 60 Moo 3, Asia Road, Huntra, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000 Tel: 66 (0) 3524 2554, 3570 9123 Fax: 66 (0) 3524 2654 Website: www.rmutsb.ac.th Nonthaburi Campus 7/1 Nonthaburi Road, Suanyai, Mueang, Nonthaburi 11000 Tel: 66 (0) 2969 1364-74 Fax: 66 (0) 2525 2682 Wasukri Campus 19 U-Thong Road, Tha Wasuki, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000 Tel: 66 (0) 3532 4179-80 Fax: 66 (0) 3525 2393
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs160 Suphan Buri Campus 450 Moo 6, Subhanburi-Chainat Road, Yanyao, Samchuk, Subhan Buri 72130 Tel: 66 (0) 3554 4301-3 Fax: 66 (0) 3554 4299-300 43. RajamangalaUniversityofTechnology Tawan-Ok (RMUTTO) 43Moo6,Bangphra,Sriracha,Chonburi 20110 Tel: 66 (0) 3835 8137 Fax: 66 (0) 3834 1808-9 Website: www.rmutto.ac.th Chakrabongse Bhuvanath Campus 122/41 Vipavadeerangsit Road, Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2692 2360-4 Fax: 66 (0) 2277 3693 Website: www.cpc.rmutto.ac.th Chantaburi Campus 131 Moo 5, Pluang, Kaokitchagoot, Chantaburi 22210 Tel: 66 (0) 3930 7261-4 Fax: 66 (0) 3930 7268 Website: www.chan.rmutto.ac.th Uthen Thawai Campus 225 Payathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2252 7029, 2252 2736 Fax: 66 (0) 2252 7580 Website:www.uthen.rmutto.ac.th 44. RajamangalaUniversityof Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT)* 39Moo1,Rangsit-NakhonnayokRoad, Klong 6, Thanyaburi, PathumThani12110 Tel: 66 (0) 2549 3333, 2549 3013 Fax: 66 (0) 2577 2357 Website: www.rmutt.ac.th 45. RambhaiBarniRajabhatUniversity (RBRU) 41 Moo 5, Racksukchamoon Road, Mueang,Chanthaburi22000 Tel: 66 (0) 3947 1053-57 Fax: 66 (0) 3947 1063, 3947 1067 Website: www.rbru.ac.th 46. Roi-etRajabhatUniversity (RERU) 113 Moo 12, Roi-et-Ponthong Road, Selaphoom,Roi-et45120 Tel: 66 (0) 4351 8231, 4354 4739 Fax: 66 (0) 4355 6009, 4354 4744 Website: www.reru.ac.th 47. SakonNakhonRajabhatUniversity (SNRU) 680 Moo 11, Nittayo Road, Mueang, Sakon Nakhon 47000 Tel: 66 (0) 4297 0021 Fax: 66 (0) 4271 3063 Website: www.snru.ac.th 48. SilpakornUniversity(SU)* 31 Na Phra Lan Road, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2623 6115-22 Fax: 66 (0) 2225 7258 Website: www.su.ac.th 49. SisaketRajabhatUniversity (SSKRU) 319 Thaipantha Road, Poh,Mueang, Sisaket 33000 Tel: 66 (0) 4563 3440, 4564 3600-7 Fax: 66 (0) 4564 3607 Website: www.sskru.ac.th 50. SongkhlaRajabhatUniversity (SKRU) 160 Moo 4, Karnjanawanitch Road, Mueang,Songkhla90000 Tel: 66 (0) 7431 4993 Fax: 66 (0) 7431 1210 Website: www.skru.ac.th 51. SrinakharinwirotUniversity (SWU)* 114 Sukhumvit 23, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2258 3996 Fax: 66 (0) 2258 0311 Website: www.swu.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 161 52. SuanDusitRajabhatUniversity (SDU)* 295 Rachasima Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2244 5000 Fax: 66 (0) 2243 0457 Website: ww.dusit.ac.th 53. SuanSunandhaRajabhatUniversity (SSRU)* 1 Uthong Nok Street, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2160 1111 Fax: 66 (0) 2160 1010 Website: www.ssru.ac.th 54. SuratthaniRajabhatUniversity (SRU)* 272 Ban Don Nasarn Road, Mueang, Surat Thani 84100 Tel: 66 (0) 7735 5466-7, 77355469 Fax: 66 (0) 7735 5468 Website: www.sru.ac.th 55. SurindraRajabhatUniversity (SRRU) 186 Surin-Prasart Road, Mueang,Surin32000 Tel: 66 (0) 4451 1604, 4452 1389 Fax: 66 (0) 4451 1631 Website: www.srru.ac.th 56. ThammasatUniversity(TU)* 2 Prachan Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2613 3333, 22248105 Fax: 66 (0) 2224 8105 Website: www.tu.ac.th 57. ThepsatriRajabhatUniversity (TRU) 24 Naraimaharat Road, Mueang, Lob Buri 15000 Tel: 66 (0) 3642 7485-93 Fax: 66 (0) 3642 2610 Website: www.tru.ac.th 58. UbonRatchathaniUniversity (UBU)* 85 Sathollmark Road, Warinchamrap, Ubon Ratchathani 34190 Tel: 66 (0) 4528 8400-3, 4528 8391 Fax: 66 (0) 4528 8391 Website: www.ubu.ac.th 59. UbonRatchathaniRajabhatUniversity (UBRU) 2 Ratchathani Road, Mueang, Ubon Ratchathani 34000 Tel: 66 (0) 4535 2000-29, 45262423-32 Fax: 66 (0) 4531 1472, 4531 1465 Website: www.ubru.ac.th 60. UdonThaniRajabhatUniversity (UDRU)* 64 Tahan Road, Mueang, Udon Thani 41000 Tel: 66 (0) 4221 1040-59 Fax: 66 (0) 4224 1418 Website: www.udru.ac.th 61. UttaraditRajabhatUniversity (URU)* 27 Injaimee Road, Mueang, Uttaradit 53000 Tel: 66 (0) 5541 1096, 5541 6601-31 Fax: 66 (0) 5541 1296 Website: www.uru.ac.th 62. ValayaAlongkornRajabhatUniversity (VRU) 1 Moo 20, Phaholyothin Road, Klongluang,PathumThani13180 Tel: 66 (0) 2529 0674-7 Fax: 66 (0) 2529 2580, 2909 1761 Website: www.vru.ac.th 63. YalaRajabhatUniversity (YRU) 133 Tesaban 3 Road, Mueang,Yala95000 Tel: 66 (0) 7322 7151 Fax: 66 (0) 7322 7125 Website: www.yru.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs162 Open Admission Universities 1. RamkhamhaengUniversity(RU)* Ramkhamhaeng Road, Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2310 8000 Fax: 66 (0) 2310 8022 Website: www.ru.ac.th 2. Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU) 9/9 Moo 9 Chaengwattana Road, Bangpood, Pakkred, Nonthaburi11120 Tel: 66 (0) 2503 3550 Fax: 66 (0) 2503 3554, 2503 3556 Website: www.stou.ac.th Autonomous Universities 1. BuraphaUniversity(BUU)* 169 Tambon Saensook, Mueang,Chonburi20131 Tel: 66 (0) 3810 2222 Fax: 66 (0) 3839 0353 Website: www.buu.ac.th 2. ChiangMaiUniversity(CMU)* 239 Huay Kaew Road, Mueang, ChiangMai50200 Tel: 66 (0) 5394 1000 Fax: 66 (0) 5321 7143, 5322 1932 Website: www.cmu.ac.th 3. ChulalongkornUniversity(CU)* 254 Phayathai Road, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2215 0871-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2215 4804 Website: www.chula.ac.th 4. King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL)* 3 Moo 2, Chalongkrung Road, Ladkrabang, Bangkok 10520 Tel: 66 (0) 2329 8000-99 Fax: 66 (0) 2329 8106 Website: www.kmitl.ac.th 5. King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB)* 1518 Pibulsongkram Road, Bangsue, Bangkok 10800 Tel: 66 (0) 2913 2500-24 Fax: 66 (0) 2587 4350 Website: www.kmutnb.ac.th 6. King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)* 126 Pracha-utit Road, Bangmod, Thungkru, Bangkok 10140 Tel: 66 (0) 2470 8000, 2427 0039 Fax: 66 (0) 2872 9087, 2427 8595 Website: www.kmutt.ac.th 7. MaeFahLuangUniversity(MFU)* 333 Moo 1, Tasood, Mueang, Chiang Rai 57100 Tel: 66 (0) 5391 6000, 5391 6026 Fax: 66 (0) 5391 6023, 5391 6034 Website: www.mfu.ac.th 8. Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University(MCU)* 79 Moo 1, Wangnoi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13170 Tel: 66 (0) 3524 8000-5, 3535 4710-1 Fax: 66 (0) 3524 8047 Website: www.mcu.ac.th 9. MahamakutBuddhistUniversity (MBU) 248 Phra Sumen Road, Bovorniwes, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2282 8303, 22816427 Fax: 66 (0) 2281 0294 Website: www.mbu.ac.th 10. MahidolUniversity(MU)* 999 Phuttamonthon 4 Road, Salaya,Phuttamonthon, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Tel: 66 (0) 2849 6000 Fax: 66 (0) 2849 6211 Website:www.mahidol.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 163 11. PrincessGalyaniVadhana Institute of Music (PGVIM) 2010 Arun Ammarin Road, Bang Phlat, Bangkok 10700 Tel: 66 (0) 2447 8597 Fax: 66 (0) 2447 8598 12. UniversityofPhayao (UP) Maeka,Mueang, Phayao56000 Tel: 66 (0) 5446 6666 Fax: 66 (0) 5446 6690 Website: www.up.ac.th 13. SuranareeUniversity of Technology (SUT)* 111 University Avenue, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: 66 (0) 4422 3000 Fax: 66 (0) 4422 4070 Website: www.sut.ac.th 14. ThaksinUniversity (TSU) 140 Kanchanawanit Road, Mueang,Songkhla90000 Tel: 66 (0) 7431 7600 Fax: 66 (0) 7432 4440 Website: www.tsu.ac.th 15. WalailakUniversity(WU) 222 Thaiburi, Thasala, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80160 Tel: 66 (0) 7567 3000, 7538 4000 Fax: 66 (0) 7567 3708 Website: www.wu.ac.th II. Private Higher Education Institutions 1. Arsom Silp Institute of the Arts (ASIA) 99 Moo 5, Rama II Road, Bangkhuntien, Bangkok 10150 Tel: 66 (0) 2870 7512-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2870 7514 Website: www.arsomsilp.ac.th 2. AsianUniversity(AsianU)* 89 Highway 331, Huay Yai, Banglamung,Chonburi20260 Tel: 66 (0) 3825 3700 Fax: 66 (0) 3825 3747 Website: www.asianust.ac.th 3. Asia-PacificInternationalUniversity (AIU)* 195 Moo 3, Muak Lek-Wangmuang Road, Muak Lek, Saraburi 18180 Tel: 66 (0) 3672 0777 Fax: 66 (0) 3672 0673 Website:www.apiu.edu 4. AssumptionUniversity(AU)* 592/3 Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road, Hua Mak, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2300 4543-62 Fax: 66 (0) 2300 4563 Website:www.au.edu 5. BangkokSuvarnabhumiCollege (BSC) 489 Prachapatthana Road, Thapyao, Ladkrabang, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2172 9623-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2172 9620 Website: www.bsc.ac.th 6. BangkokThonburiUniversity (BTU) 16/10 Moo 2, Taweewattana, Bangkok 10160 Tel: 66 (0) 2800 6800-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2800 6806 Website: www.bkkthon.ac.th 7. BangkokUniversity (BU)* 40/4 Rama IV Road, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2350 3500-99 Fax: 66 (0) 2249 6274 Website: www.bu.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs164 8. ChalermkarnchanaCollege (CKC) 999 Moo 6, Sisaket-Ubon Road, Mueang, Si Sa Ket 33000 Tel: 66 (0) 4561 7971-2 Fax: 66 (0) 4561 7974 Website: www.ckc.ac.th 9. ChalermkarnchanaRayongCollege 333/3 Moo 3, Sukhumvit Road, Wangwa,Klaeng, Rayong 21110 Tel: 66 (0) 3867 2898 Fax: 66 (0) 3867 2898 Website: www.ckc.ac.th/rayong 10. ChaoprayaUniversity (CPU) 13/1 Moo 6, Nongkrod, Mueang, Nakhon Sawan 60240 Tel: 66 (0) 5633 4714, 56334236 Fax: 66 (0) 5633 4719 Website: www.cpu.ac.th 11. ChiangRaiCollege (CRC) 199 Moo 6, Paoadonchai, Mueang, Chiang Rai 57000 Tel: 66 (0) 5317 0330 Fax: 66 (0) 5317 0335 Website: www.crc.ac.th 12. ChristianUniversityofThailand (CTU)* 144Moo7,PhraPraton-BanPaewRoad, Don Yai Horm, Mueang, Nakhon Pathom 73000 Tel: 66 (0) 3422 9480-7 Fax: 66 (0) 3422 9499 Website: www.christian.ac.th 13. Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI)* 54 Moo 4, Vibhavadi-Rangsit Highway, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210 Tel: 66 (0) 2554 1900 Fax: 66 (0) 2554 1992 Website: www.cgi.ac.th 14. CollegeofAsianScholars (CAS) 179/137 Prachasamosorn Road, Mueang, Khon Kaen 40000 Tel: 66 (0) 4324 6536-8 Fax: 66 (0) 4324 6539 Website: www.cas.ac.th 15. DhurakijPunditUniversity (DPU)* 110/1-4 Prachachuen Road, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210 Tel: 66 (0) 2954 7300-29 Fax: 66 (0) 2589 9605-6 Website: www.dpu.ac.th 16. Dusit Thani College (DTC)* 1 Soi Kaenthong, Nongbon, Pravet, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2361 7805, 2361 7811-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2361 7806 Website: www.dtc.ac.th 17. EasternAsiaUniversity(EAU)* 200 Rangsit-Nakhonnayok Road, Rangsit (Klong 5), Thanyaburi, PathumThani12110 Tel: 66 (0) 2577 1028-31 Fax: 66 (0) 2577 1022-3 Website: www.eau.ac.th 18. TheEasternUniversityof Management and Technology (UMT)* 749/1 Chayangkul Road, Mueang, Ubon Ratchathani 34000 Tel: 66 (0) 4528 3771-2 Fax: 66 (0) 4528 3773 Website: www.umt.ac.th 19. TheFarEasternUniversity (FEU) 120MahidolRoad,Mueang, ChiangMai50200 Tel: 66 (0) 5320 1800-4 Fax: 66 (0) 5320 1810 Website: www.feu.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 165 20. HatyaiUniversity(HU)* 125/502PolpichaiRoad, Hat Yai, Songkhla 90110 Tel: 66 (0) 7442 5464-6, 74425000 Fax: 66 (0) 7442 5467 Website: www.hu.ac.th 21. HuachiewChalermprakiet University (HCU)* 18/18 Bang Na-Trad Road, Bangplee, Samut Prakan 10540 Tel: 66 (0) 2312 6300-79 Fax: 66 (0) 2312 6237 Website: www.hcu.ac.th 22. Institute of Technology Ayothaya (ITA)* 109 Moo 5, Wattum, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 13000 Tel: 66 (0) 3571 3566-9 Fax: 66 (0) 3571 3560 Website: www.ayothaya.ac.th 23. International Buddhist College (IBC)* 88 Moo 2, Thung Mo, Sadao, Songkhla90240 Tel: 66 (0) 7426 8754-5 Fax: 66 (0) 7426 8756 Website: www.ibc.ac.th 24. Kantana Institute 999 Moo 2, Phuttamonthon, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Tel: 66 (0) 3424 0361-4 Fax: 66 (0) 3424 0365 Website:www.kantanainstitute.ac.th 25. KasemBunditUniversity (KBU)* 1761 Pattanakarn Road, Suanluang,Bangkok10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2320 2777 Fax: 66 (0) 2321 4444 Website: www.kbu.ac.th 26. KrirkUniversity (KRU) 43/1111 Ram-indra Road, KM.1, Bang Khen, Bangkok 10220 Tel: 66 (0) 2552 3500-9, 29705820 Fax: 66 (0) 2552 3511 Website: www.krirk.ac.th 27. Lampang Inter-tech College (LIT)* 173/1PaholyothinRoad, Chompoo Sub-district, Mueang, Lampang52100 Tel: 66 (0) 5423 1068-9 Fax: 66 (0) 5423 1066 Website:www.lit.ac.th 28. LearningInstituteforEveryone (LIFE) 13/2 Moo 1, Bang Kon Tee, Samut Songkram 75120 Tel: 66 (0) 3475 7452-9 Fax: 66 (0) 3475 7460 Website:www.life.ac.th 29. Lumnamping College (LPC) 290 Moo 2, Paholyothin Highway, Nong Bua-Tai, Mueang, Tak 63000 Tel: 66 (0) 5551 4406, 5551 5141-2 Fax: 66 (0) 5551 1330 Website:www.lpc.th.edu 30. Mahachai Institute of Automotive Technology (MIAT) 64/1 Rama II Road, Mueang, Samut Sakhon 74000 Tel: 66 (0) 2450 3708 Website: www.mit-t.com 31. MahanakornUniversityof Technology (MUT)* 140Cheum-SampanRoad, Nong Chok, Bangkok 10530 Tel: 66 (0) 2988 3666 Fax: 66 (0) 2988 4040 Website: www.mut.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs166 32. NakhonRatchasimaCollege (NMC) 290 Moo 2, Friendship Road, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: 66 (0) 4446 6111 Fax: 66 (0) 4446 5668 Website: www.nmc.ac.th 33. NationUniversity (NTU) 444 Vajiravudh Damnoen Road, Mueang,Lampang52000 Tel: 66 (0) 5426 5170-6 Fax: 66 (0) 5426 5184 Website:www.nation.ac.th 34. NorthBangkokCollege (NBC) 6/999 Soi Phaholyothin 52, Saimai,Bangkok10220 Tel: 66 (0) 2972 7200 Fax: 66 (0) 2972 7751 Website: www.northbkk.ac.th 35. North-ChiangMaiUniversity (NCU) 169 Moo 3, Cholaprathan Raod, Nong Keaw, Hangdong, ChiangMai50230 Tel: 66 (0) 5381 9999 Fax: 66 (0) 5381 9998 Website: www.northcm.ac.th 36. North-EasternUniversity (NEU) 199/19 Mitraphap Road, Mueang, KhonKaen40000 Tel: 66 (0) 4322 2959-61 Fax: 66 (0) 4322 6823-24 Website: www.neu.ac.th 37. Panyapiwat Institute of Management (PIM)* 85/1 Chaengwattana Road, Pakkred, Nonthaburi 11120 Tel: 66 (0) 2832 0200-12 Fax: 66 (0) 2832 2191 Website:www.pim.ac.th 38. PathumthaniUniversity (PTU) 140 Moo 4, Tiwanon Road, BanKlang,Mueang, PathumThani12000 Tel: 66 (0) 2975 6999 Fax: 66 (0) 2979 6728 Website: www.ptu.ac.th 39. PayapUniversity(PYU)* SuperhighwayChiangMai-Lampang Road, Mueang, Chiang Mai 50000 Tel: 66 (0) 5324 1255, 5385 1478-86 Fax: 66 (0) 5324 1983 Website: www.payap.ac.th 40. Phanomwan College of Technology (PCT) 198 Mitraphap Road, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30310 Tel: 66 (0) 4441 5222 Fax: 66 (0) 4441 5044 Website:www.phanomwan.ac.th 41. PhitsanulokUniversity (PLU) 693 Mitraphap Road, Mueang, Phitsanulok65000 Tel: 66 (0) 5530 3411, 53303274 Fax: 66 (0) 5530 3411 Website:www.plu.ac.th 42. PitchayaBunditCollege (PBC) 171/2 Moo 2, Wicharnrangsan Road, Mueang, Nong Bua Lam Phu 39000 Tel: 66 (0) 4236 0994 Fax: 66 (0) 4236 0995 Website: www.pcbc.ac.th 43. RajaparkInstitute (RPI) 68 Ramkhamhaeng 21 Road, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2319 8201-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2319 6710 Website: www.rajapark.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 167 44. RangsitUniversity (RSU)* 52/347PhaholyothinRoad, Mueang-Ake, Pathum Thani 12000 Tel: 66 (0) 2997 2222-30 Fax: 66 (0) 2533 9470 Website: www.rsu.ac.th 45. RatchaphruekCollege (RC) 9 Moo 1, Nakhon-in Road, Bangkhanoon,BangKruai, Nonthaburi11130 Tel: 66 (0) 2432 6101-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2432 6107 Website: www.rc.ac.th 46. RatchataniUniversity (RTU) 261 Chayangkul Road, Mueang, Ubon Ratchathani 34000 Tel: 66 (0) 4531 9900 Fax: 66 (0) 4531 9911 Website: www.rtu.ac.th 47. RattanaBunditUniversity (RBU) 306 Soi Lad Phrao 107, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2375 4480-7 Fax: 66 (0) 2375 4489 Website: www.rbac.ac.th 48. SaengthamCollege(STC) 20 Moo 6, Phetkasem Road, Sam Phran, Nakhon Pathom 73110 Tel: 66 (0) 2429 0100-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2429 0819 Website:www.saengtham.ac.th 49. SaintJohn’sUniversity(SJU) 1110/5Vibhavadi-RangsitRoad, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2938 7058-65 Fax: 66 (0) 2512 2275 Website: www.stjohn.ac.th 50. Saint Louis College (SLC) 19SouthSathornRoad,Bangkok10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2675 5304-12 Fax: 66 (0) 2675 5313 Website: www.slc.ac.th 51. SantapolCollege(SPC) 299/1 Nong Bua, Mueang, Udon Thani 41000 Tel: 66 (0) 4222 3105, 4224 2489 Fax: 66 (0) 4224 8070 Website: www.stu.ac.th 52. ShinawatraUniversity(SIU)* 99 Moo 10, Bang Toei, Samkok, PathumThani12160 Tel: 66 (0) 2599 0000 Fax: 66 (0) 2599 3350-1 Website: www.siu.ac.th 53. SiamTechnologyCollege 46 Jaransanitwongse Road, Bangkok Yai, Bangkok 10600 Tel: 66 (0) 2878 5000 Fax: 66 (0) 2878 5007 Website:www.siamtechu.net 54. SiamUniversity (SU)* 235 Phetkasem Road, Phasi Charoen, Bangkok 10160 Tel: 66 (0) 2457 0068, 28686000 Fax: 66 (0) 2467 3174, 24573982 Website:www.siam.edu 55. South-EastAsiaUniversity (SAU) 19/1 Phetkasem Road, Nong Khaem, Bangkok 10160 Tel: 66 (0) 2807 4500-27 Fax: 66 (0) 2807 4528-30 Website: www.sau.ac.th 56. SoutheastBangkokCollege (SBC) 290 Sapavuth Road, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260 Tel: 66 (0) 2744 7356-65 Fax: 66 (0) 2398 1356 Website: www.southeast.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs168 57. Southern College of Technology (SCT) 124/1 Thungsong-Huay Yod Road, Teewang, Tungsong, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80110 Tel: 66 (0) 7536 3434-5 Fax: 66 (0) 7536 3433 Website: www.sct.ac.th 58. SripatumUniversity (SPU)* 61 Phahon Yothin Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2579 1111 Fax: 66 (0) 2561 1721 Website: www.spu.ac.th 59. SrisophonCollege (SSC) 3/3 Moo 5, Mamoang-Songton, Mueang,NakhonSiThammarat 80000 Tel: 66 (0) 7535 7617-20 Fax: 66 (0) 7535 7621 Website: www.ssc.ac.th 60. StamfordInternationalUniversity (STIU)* 1458 Petchkasem Road, Cha-Am, Petchaburi76120 Tel: 66 (0) 3252 0789, 3244 2322-3 Fax: 66 (0) 3244 2324 Website: www.stamford.edu 61. StTheresaInternationalCollege (STIC)* 1 Moo 6, Rangsit-Nakornnayok Road, Klong 14, Bungsan, Ongkarak, Nakhon Nayok 26120 Tel: 66 (0) 2234 5599, 3739 5311-5 Fax: 66 (0) 3739 5111 Website: www.stic.ac.th 62. TapeeCollege(TPC) 8/151 Si Wichai Road, Mueang, Surat Thani 84000 Tel: 66 (0) 7726 4431-2 Fax: 66 (0) 7726 4225 Website: www.tapee.ac.th 63. Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology (TNI) 1771/1 Soi Pattanakarn 37, Pattanakarn Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 66 (0) 2763 2600 Fax: 66 (0) 2763 2700 Website: www.tni.ac.th 64. ThonburiUniversity (TRU) 29 Soi Phetkasem 110, Nong Khaem, Bangkok 10160 Tel: 66 (0) 2809 0823-7 Fax: 66 (0) 2809 0832 Website: www.thonburi-u.ac.th 65. Thongsook College (TSC) 99/79 Boromrajchonnee Road, Wattana, Bangkok 10170 Tel: 66 (0) 2448 0005-6, 2885 1421-4 Fax: 66 (0) 2885 1428 Website: www.thongsook.ac.th 66. TheUniversityofCentralThailand (UCT) 392/1 Moo 9, Sawanvithee, Mueang, Nakhon Sawan 60001 Tel: 66 (0) 5680 1629, 5680 1822-4 Fax: 66 (0) 5680 1821 Website: www.tuct.ac.th 67. University of the Thai Chamber ofCommerce (UTCC)* 126/1 Vibhavadi- Rangsit Road, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2697 6000 Fax: 66 (0) 2276 2126 Website: www.utcc.ac.th 68. VongchavalitkulUniversity (VU) MitraphapHighway,Naimueang, Mueang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: 66 (0) 4420 3778-84 Fax: 66 (0) 4420 3785 Website: www.vu.ac.th
  • *International Programs International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 169 69. WebsterUniversity(Thailand)(WUT)* 143 Moo 5, Cha-Am, Petchburi 76120 Tel: 66 (0) 3245 6161-7 Fax: 66 (0) 3245 6169 Website: www.webster.ac.th 70. WesternUniversity(WTU) 600 Sralongrua, Huai Krachao, Kanchanaburi71170 Tel: 66 (0) 3565 1000 Fax: 66 (0) 3565 1144 Website: www.western.ac.th 71. YalaIslamicUniversity(YIU)* 203/3 Moo 7, Budee, Mueang,Yala95000 Tel: 66 (0) 7341 8610-4 Fax: 66 (0) 7341 8615-6 Website: www.yiu.ac.th III. Community Colleges Bureau of Community College Administration MinistryofEducation Ratchadamneon Nok Road, Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2280 0091-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2280 4162, 22811588 Website: www.bcca.go.th 1. Buri Ram Community College 182 Moo 1, Buri Ram-Satuek Road, Mueang, Buri Ram 31000 Tel: 66 (0) 4461 5128 Fax: 66 (0) 4461 5129 Website: www.brcc.ac.th 2. Maehongson Community College 36 Panglor Nikhom Road, Jongkam, Mueang, Mae Hong Son 58000 Tel: 66 (0) 5361 4376-7 Fax: 66 (0) 5361 4377 ext. 101 Website: www.mcc.ac.th 3. Mukdahan Community College PitakpanomkhetRoad,Mueang, Mukdahan49000 Tel: 66 (0) 4261 2596-9 Fax: 66 (0) 4261 5197 Website: www.mukcc.ac.th 4. Nan Community College 10 Moo 5, Yantakitkosol Road, Mueang Nan, Nan 55000 Tel: 66 (0) 5471 1229 Website: www.nancc.ac.th 5. Narathiwat Community College 223 Moo 10, Suriyapradit Road, Mueang, Narathiwat 96000 Tel: 66 (0) 7364 2721-2 Fax: 66 (0) 7364 2723 Website: www.ncc.ac.th 6. NongbualamphuCommunityCollege 199 Moo 1, Ban Prao, Mueang, Nong Bua Lam Phu 39000 Tel: 66 (0) 4294 1056 Fax: 66 (0) 4294 1101 Website: www.nbcc.ac.th 7. Pattani Community College Pak Nam Road, Rusamirae, Mueang,Pattani94000 Tel: 66 (0) 7346 0205 Fax: 66 (0) 7346 0061 Website: www.pncc.ac.th 8. Phangnga Community College Moo6,Bohsan,Tappud,Phangnga82180 Tel: 66 (0) 7659 9014 Fax: 66 (0) 7659 9214 Website: www.pngcc.ac.th 9. PhraeCommunityCollege 33/13KhumdoemRoad, Mueang, Phrae 54000 Tel: 66 (0) 5453 2191 Fax: 66 (0) 5453 2192 Website: www.phrcc.ac.th 10. Phichit Community College 150 Moo 6, Tabua, Pohtalay, Phichit66130 Tel: 66 (0) 5665 9180 Fax: 66 (0) 5665 9180 ext. 107 Website: www.pcc.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 *International Programs170 11. Ranong Community College 2/4 Moo 1, Petchkasem Road, Mueang,Ranong85000 Tel: 66 (0) 7782 1068 Fax: 66 (0) 7782 3326 Website: www.ranong-cc.ac.th 12. SaKaeoCommunityCollege Suwanasorn Road, Mueang, Sa Kaeo 27000 Tel: 66 (0) 3742 5487-8 Fax: 66 (0) 3742 5487 ext. 107 Website: www.skcc.ac.th 13. Samut Sakhon Community College 101 Moo 9, Krasakhao, Ban Bo, Mueang, Samut Sakhon 74000 Tel: 66 (0) 3445 0001-2 Fax: 66 (0) 3445 0003 Website: www.smkcc.ac.th 14. Satun Community College Moo 4, Mueang, Satun 91000 Tel: 66 (0) 7471 1958 Fax: 66 (0) 7477 2116 Website: www.stcc.ac.th 15. SongkhlaCommunityCollege 186/2 Pratansuka Road, Thepa, Songkhla90150 Tel: 66 (0) 7437 6667 Fax: 66 (0) 7437 6665 Website: www.sk-cc.ac.th 16. Tak Community College Moo 1, Paholyothin Road, Nong Bua Tai, Mueang, Tak 63000 Tel: 66 (0) 5589 7060-1 Fax: 66 (0) 5551 7846 Website: www.takcc.ac.th 17. Trad Community College 64/1 Moo 2, Trad-Klong Yai Road, Mueang, Trad 23000 Tel: 66 (0) 3967 1887 Fax: 66 (0) 3967 1888 Website: www.tratcc.ac.th 18. Uthai Thani Community College 7 Moo 2, Ban Rai-Lan Sak Road, Huai Hang, BanRai, Uthai Thani 61140 Tel: 66 (0) 5653 9204-5 Fax: 66 (0) 5653 9205 Website: www.uthai-cc.ac.th 19. YalaCommunityCollege 6 Sukkayang Road, Sateng, Mueang, Yala95000 Tel: 66 (0) 7321 6646-7 Fax: 66 (0) 7321 6648 Website: www.ycc.ac.th 20. Yasothon Community College Suvanabhumi-YasothonRoad, Samran,Mueang, Yasothon35000 Tel: 66 (0) 4572 4749 Fax: 66 (0) 4572 4738 Website: www.yasocc.ac.th Bureau of International Cooperation Strategy. (2012). Higher Education Directory 2012. Bangkok: The office of the Higher Education Commission. (December 2012).
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7172 List of The ASEAN University Network member universities WebsiteCountry Name of Institution Brunei Darussalam Universiti Brunei Darussalam www.ubd.edu.bn Cambodia Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia www.rupp.edu.kh Royal University of Law and Economic, Cambodia www.rule.edu.kh Indonesia Universitas Indonesia www.ui.ac.id/en Universitas Gadjah Mada www.ugm.ac.id/en Institut Teknologi Bandung www.itb.ac.id/en Universitas Airlangga www.unair.ac.id/en Laos National University of Laos www.nuol.edu.la/index.php/en.html Malaysia Universiti Malaya www.um.edu.my Universiti Sains Malaysia www.usm.my Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia www.ukm.my/portal Universiti Putra Malaysia www.upm.edu.my/?LANG=en Myanmar University of Yangon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Yangon Yangon Institute of Economics http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Yangon_Institute_of_Economics Philippines Ateneo de Manila University www.admu.edu.ph De La Salle University www.dlsu.edu.ph University of the Philippines www.up.edu.ph Singapore National University of Singapore www.nus.edu.sg Nanyang Technological University www.ntu.edu.sg/Pages/index.aspx Singapore Management University http://smu.edu.sg
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 173 For more information of the ASEAN University Network please visit the AUN’s website at www.aun-sec.org. Thailand Burapha University www.buu.ac.th/en/index.php Chulalongkorn University www.chula.ac.th/cuen/ Mahidol University http://mahidol.ac.th Chiang Mai University www.cmu.ac.th/index_eng.php Vietnam Vietnam National University, Hanoi http://vnu.edu.vn/eng Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City http://en.vnuhcm.edu.vn WebsiteCountry Name of Institution ASEAN University Network. (2012). [homepage on the Internet]. Available : http://www.aun-sec.org/
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7174 Assumption University of Thailand (frompage51) ABAC School of Law • Law (LL.B.) ABAC School of Biotechnology • Food Technology (B.S.) • Agro-Industry (B.S.) Montfort del Rosario School of ArchitectureandDesign • Architecture (B.Arch.) • Interior Architecture (B.Arch.) • Interior Design (B.F.A.) • Product Design (B.F.A.) ABACSchoolofMusic • Music Business (B.A.) • Music Performance (B.F.A.) GraduateSchoolofBusiness • Master of Business Administration - M.B.A. Day (Marketing, Finance, GeneralManagement,Entrepreneurship) - M.B.A. Evening (Marketing, Finance, GeneralManagement,Entrepreneurship) - iM.B.A.(MobileLearningIntegration) - M.B.A.(InnovationManagement) - M.B.A. (Computer for Organization Management) - M.B.A. (Automation and Industrial Management) - M.B.A. (Weekend-Track) - M.B.A. Professional (Day and Evening Program) - M.B.A. Fast-Track - M.B.A. Special Program (S-MBA) - MiniM.B.A.(ProfessionalManagement Certificate) - M.B.A. (Technology Management) • M.B.A. (Tourism Management) • M.S.(InvestmentAnalysisandManagement) • M.M. (Organization Development and Management) • Ph.D. (Management and Organization Development) • Ph.D.(HospitalityandTourismManagement) Jointprogramswithoverseasuniversities London South Bank University, UK • MSc. (International Business) • MSc. (International Marketing) • M.B.A. + MSc. (Marketing) UniversityofAppliedSciences,Mainz, Germany • M.B.A. + MA. IB (Master of Art in International Business) CityUniversityofSeattle,USA • M.B.A.+M.B.A.(MarketingManagement, GlobalManagement,ProjectManagement) University of the West of England, UK • M.B.A.+MSc.(InternationalManagement) DeMontfortUniversityLeicester,UK • MBA + MSc. (International Management and Entrepreneurship) LaTrobeUniversity,Australia • MBA + LMFA (Master of Financial Analysis) • MBA + LMFAF (Master of Financial Analysis [Investment]) • MBA + LMPA (Master of Professional Accounting) • MBA + LMMM (Master of Marketing Management) • MBA + LMIB (Master of International Business) SheffieldHallamUniversity,UK • MBA + MSc. (International Marketing) • MBA+MSc.(ManagingGlobalBusiness) GraduateSchoolofPsychology • M.S. (Counseling Psychology) • M.A. (Psychology) • Ph.D. (Counseling Psychology) Graduate School of English • M.A. (English Language Teaching) • M.A.(ProfessionalEnglishMediaStudies) • Ph.D. (English Language Teaching) Graduate School of e-Learning (GSeL) • M.S.(Management) • M.S. (Information and Communication Technology) • M. Ed (Teaching and Technology) • Ph.D. (Teaching and Technology) • Ph.D. (eLearning Methodology) SchoolofScienceandTechnology • M.S. (Information Technology) • M.S. (Technology Management) • M.S. (Computer Science)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 175 • M.S. (Telecommunications Science) • M.S.I.T(SpecializationinSoftwareProject Management) • Ph.D. (Computer Science) • Ph.D. (Information Technology) • Ph.D. (Telecommunication Science) Martin de Tours School of Management andEconomics • M.S. (Supply Chain Management) • M.S. (Financial Economics) • Ph.D. (Business Administration) Graduate School of Education • M. Ed. (Educational Administration) • M. Ed. (Curriculum and Instruction) • Ph.D. (Educational Leadership) Graduate School of Philosophy & Religion • M.A. (Philosophy) • M.A. (Religious Studies) • Ph.D. (Philosophy) • Ph.D. (Religious Studies) School of Law • M.A. (International Relations) • LL.M. (Business Law), (Thai Programs) • LL.M. (Public Law), (Thai Programs) • LL.M. (Business Law), (International Program) • LL.M. (Taxation Law), (International Program) School of Arts • M.A. (Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language)* BeijingLanguageandCultureUniversity, China School of Biotechnology • M.S. (Food Biotechnology) • Ph.D. (Food Biotechnology)* UniversityofCaliforniaatDavis,USA Facilities and Services auditorium, laboratories, bank, medical services, bookstore, postal services, campus transportation,residentialservices,centrallibrary, sport facilities, computer center, internet WIFI connection and LAN connection Degree/Requirement Bachelor Master Ph.D. English Proficiency Test TOEFL (iBT) 70 or IELTS 5.0 TOEFL (iBT) 80 or IELTS 6 TOEFL (iBT) 90 or IELTS 6.5 Qualification HighSchoolDiploma or Equivalent Master Degree with minimumGPA3.50 Bachelor Degree in relatedfield Admission Requirements
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7176 International College, are categorized as special (visiting) students. Students who register for a course for which no credit will be received are considered auditing students. Overseas students interested in these types of studies can contact the Bangkok University International College. Transfer Students Transfer students seeking admission to Bangkok University must have obtained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above from former accredited institutions. The grades earned from theformerinstitutionsarevalidforonlyfiveyears. The grade eligible for transfer can be not lower than “C” or its equivalent. The transcript, course descriptions and two letters of recommendation from former instructors must be submitted for the purpose of the credit transfer. Scholarship Information Scholarships are available to students with outstandingscholasticachievements.Inaddition, student loans are available to Thai students who can prove their need for financial aid. About 110 scholarships and outstanding academic achievement awards are granted to students each year. Scholarships cover tuition fees and other related fees. All scholarships are annually renewable and are subject to a satisfactory review of the students’ academic records. Awards available are free from any financialandemploymentobligations. If you are interested in learning more about participating in our scholarship programs, please contactouradmissionsofficeformoreinformation. Bangkok University International College (frompage53) Didyasarin International College Hatyai University (frompage61) from THB 4,800 -6,400 per semester depending on the facilities of the chosen room. Madam Praneet Didyasarin Scholarship This scholarship program is granted to ten (10) international students every academic year. Eligible students must possess leadership qualities, good moral and good academic performance. The scholarship continues until the student graduates from DRIC, the students must maintain a GPA of at least 2.5 and adheres to the scholarship policies and guidelines. The application is available at the admission office, Student-One-Stop Service Center (SOS).
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 177 lecturers facilitating remarkable learning experiences and giving close supervision to the students. Student Services • Campus Life There are dormitories housing on campus available for 800 students and private dormitories adjacent to the campus under the university’s supervision to monitor the high standard equivalent to the university dormitory on campus. The university has a non-discriminatory policy with regard to religion and ethnicity. So the ratio of Christian to non-Christian students is roughly the same as in the region as a whole. There is no preference given to none in granting of scholarships and other student services. • StudentActivities Christian University of Thailand promotes and supports extra-curricular activities for both undergraduate and graduate students. All undergraduate students are required to select one of the university-sponsored clubs and to participate in its activities. These clubs vary in focus from athletics to academics. Students at Christian University of Thailand engage in community-oriented projects of many types, including environmental preservation activities and social welfare activities. Projects are provided for etiquette training and personality development. Since Christian University of Thailand is recognized as a “white” campus - indicating that it is drug free - and a “dry” campus meaning that cigarette, narcotics and alcohol are not permitted on the campus. Various projects are part of the university’s efforts to promote students’ high quality of life and safety. Christian University of Thailand (frompage57)
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7178 Kasem Bundit University (frompage69) students are theoretically and practically well-equippedtofacetheemploymentworld,once they graduate, by offering them opportunities to gainmoreeducationalexperiencethroughon-the- job trainings or practicum in leading hotels in Bangkok and other major tourist destinations. The total requirement to obtain a degree is 127 credits. MASTEROFBUSINESSADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.) The Master of Business Administration Program is designed to enable students to comprehend the multi-faceted business operations in the Asia-Pacific span which has an increasing role in today’s global economy. Programs offered: - Finance - Marketing -Management - Information System Management INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION Kasem Bundit University has signed agreements of cooperation with leading international universities as follows: USA: Southern New Hampshire University Germany: The University of Applied Sciences Neubrandenburg Scotland: Edinburg Napier University Malaysia: Universiti Teknologi MARA China: YunnanUniversityofNationalities GuangxiUniversityofNationalities Yunnan Normal University Qujing Normal University Hubei Normail University Guangxi University GuangxiOverseasChineseSchool India: International Institute Hotel Management Vietnam: Dong A University Cambodia: Build Bright University Facilities and Services at Pattanakarn and Romklao Campuses Libraries, Internet Centers, Fitness Centers, Recreational Centers, On-Campus Dormitories, Sports Complex, Learning Centers, Counseling Services Dormitories: On-campus dormitories are locatedattheRomklaoCampus.Allfivebuildings accommodate more than 2,000 rooms and are fullyfurnishedwithair-conditioners,InternetCafe, and other facilities including 24-hour security. Scholarships Kasem Bundit University has signed agreements of educational collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University in the USA. SNHU agrees to award academic scholarships intheamountofUSD3,000toeachKBUstudent joining the Master of Business Administration Program.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 179 Advanced and Sustainable Environmental Engineering (frompage71) Kasetsart University International Programs Double Degree Programs Undergraduate & Graduate programs Faculty DegreeProgram Faculty of Agriculture Development Communication Sustainable Agriculture Tropical Agriculture Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen Agricultural Research and Development Faculty of Agro-Industry Biotechnology Faculty of Business Administration Business Administration Faculty of Economics Agricultural and Resource Economics Entrepreneurial Economics (1) Logistics (2) Agricultural Business and Food (3) Information Technology, Communication and Innovation (4) Tourism and Hospitality Faculty of Humanities Communicative Thai Language for Foreigners Faculty of Engineering Electrical - Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Degreegranted Doctorate • Bachelor Master • • • Faculty Degreegranted DegreeProgram Faculty of Engineering (IDDP) • Aerospace Engineering and Business Administration DoctorateBachelor Master • • • • • • • Food Science • • • • • • Integrated Tourism Management English for International Communication Mechanical Engineering Software and Knowledge Engineering Chemical Engineering Engineering Management Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering • • • • • • • • • • • Information and Communication • Technology for Embedded Systems Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bio-Veterinary Science•• Marine Science• Faculty of Fisheries Aquaculture Fishery Management Fishery Products Fishery Science • • • • Faculty of Forestry Tropical Forestry• Bioscience•Faculty of Science English as an International Language••Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7180 King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (frompage79) • ComputerEngineering B.Eng. • ElectricalCommunication andElectronicEngineering B.Eng. • EnvironmentalEngineering B.Eng. • AutomotiveEngineering M.Eng. • Electrical and Information Engineering M.Eng. • ComputerEngineering M.Eng./M.Sc. • Electrical and Computer Engineering Ph.D. FacultyofScience • Bioscience Ph.D. SchoolofArchitectureandDesign • Architecture B.Arch. • Industrial Design B.Arch. • Interior Architecture B.Arch. • CommunicationDesign B.F.A • DesignandPlanning M.Sc./M.F.A./M.Arch. SchoolofBioresourcesandTechnology • Biotechnology M.Sc./M.Eng.+Ph.D. • Postharvest Technology M.Sc.+Ph.D. School of Bioresources and Technology jointly with School of Information Technology • Bioinformatics and Systems Biology M.Sc. School of Information Technology • Computer Science B.Sc. + Ph.D. • Information Technology Ph.D. SchoolofLiberalArts • Applied Linguistics (EnglishLanguageTeaching) M.A • Applied Linguistics (English Language Teaching) WeekendProgram M.A • EnglishforProfessionalandInternationalCommunication M.A • AppliedLinguistics Ph.D. The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment • Energy Technology and Management M.Sc./M.Eng. • EnvironmentalTechnology andManagement M.Sc./M.Eng. • EnergyTechnology M.Sc./M.Phil.+Ph.D. • EnvironmentalTechnology M.Sc./M.Phil.+Ph.D. Admission Requirements English Proficiency Test - Have completed bachelor and/or master’s degree in related field. - Have good command in English. - At least 2-year working experience is requested in some field. TOEFL 500 or IELT score of 5.5 or KMUTT Placement Test TOEFL 500 or IELTS 5.0 (if any) Qualification Have completed or is in the process of completingM.6, grade12,orequivalent in related field. Degree/Requirement Bachelor Master Doctoral
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 181 Facilities and Services Besides high standard facilities such as library, computer center, bookstore,laboratories,medicalroom,sportcomplex,campustransportation, dormitory, etc., KMUTT enhances the potential of life long learning by providing the area of Resources for Education Academic Learning-KMUTT or so-called REAL-KMUTT which welcomes all kinds of activities and exhibition. In addition, the KMUTT’s Learning and Information Commons or so-called KLINICS provides various high technology equipment and materials prepared in mass to support the students’ learning. The students are able to utilize technology to search and to analyze accurate and proper information as their preferences. KLINICS is separated into 5 service zones as follows: Knowledge Zone: to develop knowledge and to investigate information technology MultimediaZone:todevelopthequalityoflifeandthestudyaspleasure Update Zone: to search information Tutoring Zone: to develop joint learning Thinking Zone: to create a self-learning Residence and Dormitories (Approximately expenses in Thai currency) Room type & charge on campus persemester off campus per month (KMUTT network only) 2 sharing-room 11,800-15,800 3,500-6,000 3 sharing-room 8,400-12,400 Notavailable 4 sharing-room 6,400-10,400 http://global.kmutt.ac.th/ Khon Kaen University (frompage73) International Programs Level Programs Diploma Livestock Diseases and Health Management Bachelor’s Degree English,GlobalBusiness,InternationalAffairs,International Marketing,MultimediaTechnologyandAnimation,Nursing, Pharmacy,TeachingEnglishtoSpeakerofotherlanguage (TESOL), Tourism Management, Thai as a Foreign Language Agriculture, Agriculture System, Agronomy, Animal Science, Biological Science, Computer Science, Development Science, Human Movement Science, Interdisciplinary Veterinary Science, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Nursing, Public Affairs Management, Public Health, Doctor of Public Health, Research and Development in Pharmaceuticals, Tropical Medicine Master’s Degree Agriculture, Agricultural System, Agronomy, Animal Science, Biological Science, Business Administration, Community Medicine, Economics, Interdisciplinary Veterinary Science, Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Nursing, Rural Development Management, Soil Science, Prosthodontics, Public Health in Biostatistics, TropicalMedicine Doctoral Degree
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7182 Mae Fah Luang University (frompage81) Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines School of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Dermatology (for Doctor only) M.Sc./Ph.D. Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine M.Sc./Ph.D. (for Doctor only) Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science M.Sc./Ph.D. School of Management Entrepreneurial Management M.B.A (International program) Business Administration M.B.A./Ph.D. Logistics and Supply Chain M.B.A Management Please note: All programs are taught in English Admission Requirements DoctoralDegree/Requirement Bachelor’s Master’s English Proficiency Test TOEFL 450 IELTS 5.5 or MFU English Placement Test TOEFL 550 or MFU English Placement Test TOEFL 550 or MFU English Placement Test Please note: StudentswhodonotmeettheEnglishproficiencyrequirementarerequiredtoenroll in English Foundation Courses during the 1st Semester Qualifications High school certificate or equivalent to grade 12, as certified by the Ministry of Education Bachelor degree or equivalent from an accredited university with GPA of 2.5 or above Master degree or equivalent from an accredited university or Bachelors degree (Honors) in related field, with GPA of 3.25 SupportingFacilities: LibraryandEducationalMediaCenter To provide an extensive collection of books, periodicals, government publications, statistical and reference sources, maps, and audio-visual materials. The library website, “Library Online”, contains comprehensive information about library services and resources. InformationTechnologyServicesCenter To provide excellent computing facilities and integrated instruction methods for the use of IT in degree programs. Computer sites are located around the campus and offer access to a wide range of networked software packages, database systems, internet accessibility, teleconference systems, and computer-aided learning materials. ScientificandTechnologicalInstrumentsCenter Toprovideequipmentforteaching,training,andresearchtoallSchools. All laboratories are well-equipped with modern and sophisticated instruments. AcademicServicesCenter To organise academic activities such as conferences, training programs, seeking external customers in order to bring in revenue and serving as the University’s outlet, providing academic and research services to external organizations. TheSirindhornChineseLanguageandCultureCenter To provide state of the art facilities for Chinese language and culture studies. The Center is the only one of its kind supported by the People’s Republic of China outside of China. Residence and dormitories DormitoriesareprovidedoncampuswithaminimalcostofTHB12,000 persemester.Amongthebasicfacilities,accessibleinternetcableisreadily available. Living on campus will give you an opportunity to socialize with local and foreign students including enjoying student activities. In addition, a sports complex is provided on campus in response to the commitment of healthy practices. Facilities and Services auditorium, laboratories, bank, medical services/Hospital, bookstore, postal services, campus transportation, residential services, central library, sport facilities, computer center
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 183 DoctoralDegree/Disciplines Bachelor’s Master’s Tuition and Fees: (approximately per Semester in THB) SocialScience - English - Business Administration - Accounting - Economics - Tourism Management - Hospitality Industry Management - International Development 26,000 Science - Applied Chemistry - Biosciences - Computer Science - Software Engineering - Computer Engineering - Information Technology - InformationandCommunication Engineering Science - Cosmetic Science - Beauty Technology - Multimedia Technology and Animation SocialScience - Business Chinese - AviationBusinessManagement - Thai Language and Culture - Economics - Logistics and Supply Chain Management Science - Biotechnology - Chemistry - Biosciences - Computational Science - Materials Science 28,600 28,600 28,600 28,600 28,600 36,400 32,500 45,500 32,500 29,250 (exceptfollowingSpecificPrograms) 36,400 46,800 30,000 32,500 45,500 46,800 (exceptfollowingSpecificPrograms) DoctoralDegree/Disciplines Bachelor’s Master’s Please note: Master’sdegreestudy-FourSemesters Doctoral degree study - Six Semesters - Natural Resources and EnvironmentalManagement - Information Technology - Computer Engineering - Technology Management of Agricultural Produces - Food Technology - Cosmetic Science - Public Health - Dermatology (for Doctor only) - Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (for Doctor only) - Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science - Business Administration - Entrepreneurial Management (International Program) - Logistics and Supply Chain Management - English for Professional Development (International Program) - Social Science 52,000 78,000 40,000 52,000 58,500 117,000 75,000 92,000 45,500 39,000 71,500 84,500 117,000 143,000 143,000 143,000 80,000 540,000 (Three Semester) 80,000 71,500 55,000 90,000 117,000 (Three Semester) 39,000
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7184 Mahachulalongkorn rajavidyalaya University (frompage83) 2. To conduct research that develops the bodyofknowledgealongwithlearningandteaching processemphasizingthedevelopmentofTipitaka knowledge through interdisciplinary means, to apply the knowledge to solve the moral problems in society and to develop Buddhist academics. 3. To promote Buddhism and academic service for the society in accordance with the intentions in establishing the university through the improvement of various activities helpful for serving the work of the Sangha producing knowledgeandunderstanding,tocultivateagreater sense of moral responsibility for the people and to organize meetings, seminars and conduct training for religious training and teaching development for ordained and lay personnel with leading characteristics for upholding and propagatingBuddhismaswellasbeingacapable teacher for mind-development. 4. To promote and develop learning resources for preserving arts and culture suitable for the studies, to raise awareness and pride in Thainess and to support local wisdom to serve as the basis of development. Facilities and Services • Internet and Library • Scholarship - Foreign students of the Faculty of Buddhism,BADegreeEnglishProgram - Excellent school achievement - Goodmotivationandparticipationintheir classes including activities - Good behavior conduct. Residence and Dormitories Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya,WangNoi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. International Master of Arts Degree Program: IMAP Brief Introduction MahachulalongkornrajavidyalayaUniversityis aBuddhistinstitution,foundedbyHisMajestyKing Rama V, (King Chulalongkorn the Great) with the purpose of providing higher education to Buddhist monks and laity. The institution commencedfunctioningonNovember8,BE2432 (1890). On January 23, BE 2531 (1988), the University Senate Committee unanimously resolved to establish a Graduate School, which now offers the Master’s Degree in Pali, Buddhist Studies, Philosophy, Dhamma Communication, VipassanaMeditation,EducationalAdministration, Life and Death Studies, Public Administration, Linguistics, Sanskrit, Buddhism and Arts of Life, ComparativeReligion,BuddhistManagement. The University has, since its inception, conducted its educational Program in the Thai medium for local students, and for any foreign students sufficiently conversant with the Thai language. The Graduate School has recently developed a strong desire to expand its post-graduateprogram,sothatthestudentsfrom all over the World, who are interested in Buddhism,willbeprovidedwithagoodopportunity to pursue research in Buddhist Studies. An International M.A. Degree Program, with a major in Buddhist Studies has been conducted since BE 2543 (2000). International Program BuddhistStudies Admission Requirements Applicants are expected to possess the followingqualifications:
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 185 • Hold a BA/BEd/BSc/BCom degree from any accredited institution in Thailand or abroad from any countries, with a GPA of at least 2.50 outof4.0,exceptforapplicantswhohaveworked continuously for three years after graduation, or any education equivalent to the Bachelor’s Degree;orholdaBA/BEd/BSc/BComdegreefrom any foreign accredited institution with a second class, or with education which is equivalent to second class; • Have never been dismissed from the Graduate School; • Gained a minimum of 500 score report for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from an institution where English is a medium of instruction. • Scholarshipsmaybeawardedtostudents intheInternationalM.A.Program,subjecttogood behaviour, and other qualifications prescribed by the Graduated School. Residence and Dormitories Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya,WangNoi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. Ph.D. (Buddhist Studies) International Program Brief Introduction: Graduate School Established in 2003 International Program: BuddhistStudies Admission Requirements • Applicants must hold master’s degrees or equivalent from a university or institution approved by the University Council. • Applicants must either have obtained a master’s degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.50 from a possible 4.00 with the exception for those who have at least two years of continuous work experiences counted from the time of completing their master’s degree, or have academic works recognized by Graduate School committee and • Applicants must never have been dismissed from the Graduate School. Procedure for Selecting Candidates for Admission The Graduate School shall appoint a Selection Committee to select candidates for admission to the Buddhist Studies Program under Plan 1.1 • Applicants must submit a dissertation proposal in English, including the title and structure of the dissertation. The proposal shall include the following details: - Dissertation title; - Names of the members of the approved Supervisory Committee; - Backgrounds and significance of the problem together with references clearly showing sources; - Objectives of the research; - Review of relevant literature and research; - Research methodology; - Expected benefits; - Outline or provisional table of contents of the dissertation; - Bibliography and Foot Note; - Biography of the researcher. • ApplicantsmustpassawritingexaminationonBuddhismandanoralexaminationdealingwith the substance of the proposed dissertation according to the submitted outline and another kind of sciences which is determined by the Graduate School. Residence and Dormitories Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya,WatMahathadu,BangkokThailand www.mcu.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7186 Mahidol University (frompage89) English Proficiency Requirements • UndergraduateDegreePrograms - a TOEFL score of at least 500 (PBT) / 79 (IBT); or an IELTS score of at least 6.0; and a SAT score of at least 1,650 with Math score of at least 580. For the B.Sc. in Prosthetics and Orthotics (FacultyofMedicineSirirajHispital) - a TOEFL score of at least 79 (IBT). If the applicant does not hold theaboveEnglishexaminationscores,ifthecommitteeofstudentselection agrees, the student can be admitted under the condition that they pass their English examination within their 1st academic year. FortheB.Sc.inInformationandCommunicationTechnology(ICT) - a TOEFL score of at least 500 (PBT); or an IELTS score of at least 5.0; or a SAT score of at least 950, or pass the ICT entrance examination (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English). FortheB.Sc.inActuarialScience - a TOEFL score of at least 500 (PBT); or an IELTS score of at least 6.0. ForprogramsatMahidolUniversityInternationalCollege(MUIC) - Applicants must demonstrate English competence: a TOEFL score of 79 or above, an IELTS (academic band) score of 6.0 or above, a SAT score of 1,650 with Math score of at least 580. Field of Study Tuition Fees (USD) GraduateDiplomaProgram MedicalScience 6,700 EnvironmentandNaturalResources 6,300 Linguistics, Culture and Education 4,900 MedicalScience 12,500 Management (MUIC) 13,400 Management(CMMU) 14,000 Master’sProgram(2years) PublicHealth 4,900 Science and Technology 12,000 Social Sciences, Humanities and Liberal Arts 5,200 Business 13,400 DoctoralProgram(3years) EnvironmentandNaturalResources 11,000 MedicalScience 13,500 Management 27,800 PublicHealth 11,200 Science and Technology 13,500 Field of Study Tuition Fees (USD) OtherExpenses(USD) Student Health Service 40 / per year Cost of Living - Accommodation 150 – 250 / per month - Food 150 – 250 / per month - Cultural Trips 50 / per trip Note: Costs may be changed without prior notice and vary according to theexchangerate.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 187 Applicants are required to sit for a written examination including English (ITP TOEFL and Writing), Mathematics, General Science and Current Affairs. If they are successful with the written exam, they will be invited for an interview. • GraduateDegreePrograms Master - a TOEFL score of at least 480 (PBT) / 157 (CBT) / 54 (IBT); or an IELTS score of at least 5.5. ForprogramsatMahidolUniversityInternationalCollege(MUIC) - ApplicantsmustdemonstrateEnglishcompetence:aTOEFLscore of 79 or above, an IELTS (academic band) score of 6.0 or above, a SAT score of 1,650 with Math score of at least 580. Applicants are required to sit for a written examination including English (ITP TOEFL and Writing), Mathematics, General Science and Current Affairs. If they are successful with the written exam, they will be invited for an interview. ForCollegeofManagementMahidolUniversity(CMMU) - a TOEFL score of at least 500 (PBT) / 79 (IBT); or an IELTS score of at least 6.0. Doctoral - a TOEFL score of at least 500 (PBT) / 173 (CBT) / 61 (IBT); or an IELTS score of at least 5.5. ForCollegeofManagementMahidolUniversity(CMMU) - a TOEFL score of at least 575 (PBT) / 90 (IBT); or an IELTS score of at least 6.5. International Programs Undergraduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Mahidol University InternationalCollege(MUIC) AnimationProduction B.A. AppliedMathematics B.Sc. Undergraduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Faculty of Information and CommunicationTechnology InformationandCommunication Technology B.Sc. Faculty of Science Actuarial Science (Optional Double Degrees in collaborationwith CurtinUniversity,Australia) B.Sc. Mahidol University InternationalCollege(MUIC) BiologicalSciences (In collaboration with University of Queensland) B.Sc. Chemistry B.Sc. CommunicationDesign B.A. ComputerEngineering (In collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering) B.Eng Business Economics B.B.A Computer Science B.Sc. EnvironmentalScience (In collaboration with the Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies and the Faculty of Science) B.Sc. FilmProduction B.A. Finance B.B.A. FoodScienceandTechnology B.Sc. Information Systems B.B.A. International Business B.B.A. Marketing B.B.A. Nursing Science (In collaboration with the Faculty of Nursing) B.N.S. Physics B.Sc. Television Production B.A. Tourism and Hospitality Management B.B.A. Social Sciences B.A.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7188 FinancialManagement (In collaboration with Erasmus University Rotterdam,Netherlands) Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines ASEAN Institute for Health Development Primary Health Care Management M.P.H.M. Management M.M., Ph.D. M.M. Ph.D. Marketing (In collaboration with University of Technology, Sydney) M.B. ReligiousStudies M.A.,Ph.D. SportsScience(Incollaboration with Liverpool John Moores University, UK) Ph.D. DentalBiomaterialsScience M.Sc., Ph.D. Oral Biology M.Sc., Ph.D. DentalBiomaterialsScience M.Sc. Dentistry M.Sc. Implant Dentistry M.Sc. Orthodontics M.Sc. Prosthodontics M.Sc. DentalImplantProsthodontics Hi.Grad.Dip. OralRehabilitation Hi.Grad.Dip. CollegeofManagement HumanResourceManagement (In collaboration with Macquarie University) CollegeofReligiousStudies College of Sports Science and Technology Faculty of Dentistry Maxillofacial Prosthetics Grad.Dip. BiomedicalEngineering M.Eng.,Ph.D. Logistics and Engineering Management Ph.D. Faculty of Engineering Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Faculty of Engineering CivilEngineering M.Eng. IntegratedChemical Engineering M.Eng. M.Eng. Environment and Resource Studies Ph.D. MedicalEpidemiology M.Sc. Computer Science M.Sc., Ph.D. AppliedLinguistics M.A. Medical Technology M.Sc., Ph.D. ClinicalEpidemiology Ph.D. Immunology M.Sc., Ph.D. Medical Biochemistry and MolecularBiology M.Sc., Ph.D. Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Faculty of Graduate Studies Faculty of Information and CommunicationTechnology Faculty of Liberal Arts Medical Microbiology M.Sc., Ph.D. Nursing (In collaboration with School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine RamathibodiHospital) Ph.D. BiopharmaceuticalSciences M.Sc., Ph.D. Faculty of Nursing Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies EnvironmentManagement and Technology M.Sc. Faculty of Medical Technology RadiologicalTechnology M.Sc. Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Medical Physiology M.Sc., Ph.D. DiagnosticRadiology M.Sc. Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Phytochemistry M.Sc., Ph.D.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 189 Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Ph.D. Social, Economic and AdministrativePharmacy M.Sc., Ph.D. Ph.D. Pharmacy - Clinical Pharmacy - Pharmaceutics - Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Phytochemistry - Pharmacology and BiomolecularScience M.Sc. PlantScience(Incollaboration withtheFacultyofScience) M.Sc. Physical Therapy Ph.D. EnvironmentalTechnology Ph.D. PublicHealthMicrobiology Ph.D. Phytopharmaceutical Sciences Faculty of Physical Therapy Faculty of Public Health PublicHealth -Epidemiology - Family Health - Global Health - Health Education and HealthPromotion - Parasitology and Entomology - Public Health Administration - Public Health Nursing - Public Health Nutrition Dr. P.H. Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Faculty of Public Health Health Informatics M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry Ph.D. M.P.H. Chemical Physics M.Sc., Ph.D. Exercise Science M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry Ph.D. PublicHealth Faculty of Science Anatomy and Structural Biology M.Sc., Ph.D. Biochemistry M.Sc., Ph.D. Biology Ph.D. Biotechnology (Ph.D. in collaboration with the EnvironmentalHorticulture from Chiba University/ Various Science and Technology subjects from Niigata university, Japan) M.Sc., Ph.D. Mathematics Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering M.Sc., Ph.D. Microbiology M.Sc., Ph.D. MolecularMedicine Ph.D. Organic Chemistry M.Sc., Ph.D. Pathobiology M.Sc., Ph.D. Pharmacology M.Sc., Ph.D. Physical Chemistry M.Sc., Ph.D. Physics M.Sc., Ph.D. Physiology M.Sc., Ph.D.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7190 Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Faculty of Science Polymer Science and Technology M.Sc., Ph.D. Toxicology M.Sc., Ph.D. BuddhistStudies Ph.D. Health Social Sciences M.A. EducationalManagement M.Ed. AppliedMathematics M.Sc. EnvironmentalBiology M.Sc. Exercise Physiolgy M.Sc. Forensic Science M.Sc. ClinicalTropicalMedicine M.C.T.M., Ph.D. TropicalMedicine M.Sc., Ph.D. Tropical Pediatrics M.C.T.M. Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Grad.Dip. Human Rights and Peace Studies Ph.D. Human Rights M.A. Human Rights and Democratization (In collaboration with University of Sydney, Australia) M.A. Faculty of Social Sciences andHumanities FacultyofTropicalMedicine Institute of Human Rights Studiesand Peace Studies Institute for Innovative Learning Science and Technology Education M.Sc., Ph.D. Institute of Molecular Biosciences Molecular Genetics and GeneticsEngineering M.Sc., Ph.D. Neurosciences M.Sc., Ph.D. Graduateprograms DegreegrantedFaculty Disciplines Institute of Nutrition Food and Nutrition for Development M.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics M.Sc. Demography Ph.D. Population and Reproductive Health Research M.A. Business Modeling and Analysis M.B.A. Tourism and Hospitality Management M.M. Mahidol University InternationalCollege (MUIC) Research Institute for Languagesand Cultures of Asia MulticulturalStudies Ph.D. Institute for Population and Social Research PopulationandSocial Gerontology (In collaboration with the Faculty of Public Health, the Faculty of TropicalMedicine, the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, and the Faculty of Medicine RamathibodiHospital) M.A. www.mahidol.ac.th
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 191 Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (frompage95) systems analyst, programmer, designer or administrator; where, or when necessary, he or she can perform as academician, guest lecturer, or officer in these areas of study. • These competent graduates can work in fields of administration, academic areas, data research, planning, designing, controlling and decision making. These graduates can then use this information in the administration of business. Additionally, they will demonstrate talent in informationmanagement,dataanalysis,monitoring reports and follow-up procedures. • Create in students the ability to think creativelyanddeveloptheirabilitiesontheirown, which leads to a better career, as well as making well-reasoned decisions, perform jobs within plannedscheduling,giveadviceandcontroltasks so that they are efficiently and accurately done. International Link TheB.B.A.InternationalProgramiscurrently establishingexchangerelationshipswithselected universities throughout the world. These relationships are being established to pursue cooperation in the following: 1. Student exchange programs 2. Faculty/staff exchange programs 3. Cultural exchange programs 4. Cooperative degree programs We are pleased to announce the following agreements; • FachhochschuleGelsenkirchen,Germany • Pukyong National University, Korea • Wuzburg University, Germany • Guangxi University, China • De monfort University, United Kingdom Silpakorn University International College (frompage101) Facilities and Services Bachelor programs are split between Silpakorn’s Talingchan campus for academic theory classes and the CAT Telecom building, Bangrak for Professional training / studio based training. Campus facilities include state-of-the-art classrooms, libraries, computer rooms, WiFi, language centres, medical room/services, Vatel Café & Restaurant and various other student services and activities. Students can also take advantage of other facilities and services provided by Silpakorn University. Residence and Dormitory A wide range of accommodation is within close distance to the university. SUIC staff will provide an accommodation list and assist in finding suitable accommodation for students.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7192 Siam University (frompage99) Selected Collaborative Agreements by Country • Australian National University, Australia • Macquarie University, Australia • Aalborg University, Denmark • Oklahoma State University, USA • Ritsumeikan University, Japan • Tokai University, Japan • University of Wisconsin Madison, USA • University of Pittsburgh, USA • Liverpool John Moores University, UK • Taylor’s University, Malaysia • Guizhou University, China • Zhejiang University, China • Guangxi University of Finance and Economics, China • Kyung Hee University, South Korea Etc. Admission Requirements UndergraduateDegrees • High school diploma or equivalent • English Proficiency Test, TOEFL IBT 80 or equivalent GraduateDegrees • Bachelor or Masters Degree in related fields • Diploma of graduation/minimum requirement is a bachelor’s degree • English Proficiency Test, TOEFL IBT 85 or equivalent • Aptitude Test(s), as required by the program Residential Halls International students and faculty members have the possibility to stay in the residence of the university which features fully furnished studios and two bedroom apartments. It is locatedinwalkingdistancefromthecampus,and has a swimming pool, fitness center and 24-hour security service. The University residence apartment consists of number of housing (one-bedroom, two-bedroom apartments and studios)isavailableforinternationalstudentswith a rental fees ranging from USD 250 to USD 400 permonth.Areservationishighlyrecommended. There are also many apartment buildings around thecampusofferinglodgingatanaffordablerate. Faculties The university offers 45 studies programs namely: DOCTORALDEGREEPROGRAM Doctor of Philosophy (International Program) (Ph.D.)* • Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology in Business (with the collaboration of University of Pittsburgh) Doctor of Philosophy Programs (Ph.D.) • Doctor of Philosophy in Management • Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Administration Doctor of Business Administration Program (DBA.) • Doctor of Business Administration in Marketing MASTERDEGREEPROGRAM Master of Business Administration (MBA) • Master of Business Administration (MBA&MBAInternationalprogram)* • MasterofArtsinCommunicationArts(MACA) • Master of Engineering in Engineering Management(M.Eng) *International Program
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 193 • MasterofEducationAdministration(M.Ed.) • Master of Public Administration (MPA) • Master of Science (MS.IT) • Master of Arts in Peace Studies and Diplomacy(MAPD)* • Master of Law (LL.M) BACHELORDEGREEPROGRAM Bachelor of Business Administration International Program (BBA) • InternationalBusinessManagement* • HotelandTourismManagement* Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) • MechanicalEngineering • CivilEngineering • ElectricalEngineering • ComputerEngineering • AutomotiveEngineering • IndustrialEngineering Bachelor of Industrial Technology (B.Ind.) • MechanicalEngineering • ElectricalEngineering • AutomotiveEngineering • PrintingEngineering Bachelor of Accounting (B.Acc.) • Accounting Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) • Finance and Banking • Marketing • GeneralManagement • InternationalBusinessManagement • Business Computing • IndustrialManagement Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) • Laws Bachelor of Arts (BA) • Hotel Study and Tourism • EnglishBusinessCommunication Bachelor of Arts in Communication Art (B.A.C.A.) • Advertising • PublicRelations • Journalism • DigitalMedia Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) • Computer Science • Food Technology • Information Technology Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNS) • Nursing DoctorofPharmacyPharm.D.(Pharm.care) • Pharmaceutical care Facilities • Central Library • Maruey Business Library and knowledge resource center (with the collaboration of the Stock Exchange of Thailand) • Computer Center • Siam Media Complex (State of the Arts StudioandDigitalGraphicDesignCenter) • Siam University Press • CareerDevelopmentandPlacementCenter • Office of International Student Affairs • Office of Cooperative Education • Cultural Center and Student Care Center • Siam University Book Store • Siam University Post office • TMB. Bank @ Siam University • Garden of Peace • Siam Sport Complex www.siam.edu *International Program
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7194 Srinakharinwirot University (frompage103) ThemaincentralcampusinBangkokhasthirteenfaculties.Ongkharak campus in Nakhon Nayok has six faculties, about 70 kilometers north of Bangkok first admitted students in 1996. Faculties of Engineering and various fields of medicine and technology located there are blessed with state-of-the-art teaching facilities. In particular, the Princess Maha Chakri SirindhornMedicalCenterprovidesmedicalstudentswithallmodernmeans for research and training. It also provides medical Care for students, staff and the general public. Panyananthaphikkhu Chonprathan Medical Center will soon be a second school teaching hospital in suburban Bangkok. Program of Study (International Programs) UndergraduateDegrees B.A.inSustainableTourism • Hospitality Management & Ecotourism • Hospitality Management & Recreation B.B.A.inBusinessManagementandInterculturalCommunication (BMIC)* GraduateDegrees • M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) • M.A. in Business English for International Communication • M.A. in English • M.A. in International English Language Studies* • M.A. in Contemporary Thai Studies (Interdisciplinary Program)* • M.Sc. in Holistic Tourism Management (Interdisciplinary Program)* • MS. & Ph.D. in Applied Behavioral Science Research Institute (focused on research) • Ph.D. in English BilingualPrograms(Thai&English): • B. Econ. in Economics • B.S. in Social Communication Innovation • B.S in Cinema and Digital Media • B.A.inCommunicationInnovation ThaiLanguagePrograms: • B.A. in Communicative Thai for Foreigners • M.A. in Teaching Thai as a Foreign Language (TTFL) JointPrograms: • JointDoctorofMedicineProgramwiththeUniversityofNottingham,U.K. • B.Med.Sci. (University of Nottingham, U.K.) • M.D. (SWU, Thailand) Facilities and Services Academic Service Center, Banks, Cafeterias, Computer Center, Convenient Stores, Dental Clinic, Dormitories, Gymnasiums, Hospitals, InternationalRelationsOffice,Libraries,MedicalClinic,MedicalCenter,Post Offices, Self-Access Learning Center, Skin Care Center, Sport Facilities, Stationeries, Souvenir Center etc. Residence and Dormitories 1. Apartments nearby SWU, Bangkok, located on Ratchada Rd., Petchaburi Rd., and Sukhumvit Rd. 2. Dormitories available for first year students at SWU Ongkharak in Nakhorn Nayok province (please visit - http://dorm.swu.ac.th/) Qualifications for Applicants Degree/Requirement Bachelor’s Grad.Dip./Master’s Doctoral 5 - B.A. in Sustainable Tourism - Hospitality Management & Ecotourism - Hospitality Management & Recreation 1. English Proficiency Test •TOEFL or •IELTS 500 (PBT) or 61 (iBT) - Remark*Allprogramsareexpectedtobelaunched before 2014.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 195 Degree/Requirement Bachelor’s Grad.Dip./Master’s Doctoral Degree/Requirement Bachelor’s Grad.Dip./Master’s Doctoral 2. Qualification Be a holder of a high school diplomaaccredited by the Ministry of Education or anequivalent. - - B.B.A. in Business Management and Intercultural Communication (BMIC)* 1. English Proficiency Test Applicant must achievethescoreon anacceptable English Language/ testasrequestedby the program if his/ her first language is not English. - 2. Qualification M.A. in Teaching Thai as a Foreign Language (TTFL) - - M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) - - M.A. in English 1. English Proficiency Test •TOEFL • IELTS 2. Qualification 173 (CBT) or 61 (iBT) - 6.0 1. BeaholderofB.A.inEnglish,Teaching English, Applied Linguistics (English) 2. Be a holder of B.A. 3. Haveaworkingexperienceinbusiness sector 1 year up. - - Be a holder of a high school diplomaaccredited by the Ministry of Education or anequivalent. Be a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Thai, Teaching Thai, Linguistics, others (preferable good Thai language knowledge) 1. Be a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree, have experience in teaching English, orhaveexperiencerelatedtoteaching English 1 year up. or 2. Be a holder of B.A. in English M.A. in Business English for International Communication 1. Be a holder of B.A. 2. Have a working experience in business sector 1 year up. 3. Have good command in English. M.A. in International English LanguageStudies* 1. English Proficiency Test 2. Qualification Applicant must achieve the score on an acceptable English Language/Test as requested by the program if his/her first language is not English. Applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline. M.A. in Contemporary Thai Studies (Interdisciplinary Program)* 1. English Proficiency Test 2. Qualification Applicant must achieve the score on an acceptable English Language/Test as requested by the program if his/her first language is not English. Applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline. M.Sc. in Holistic Tourism Management (Interdisciplinary Program)* 1. English Proficiency Test 2. Qualification Applicant must achieve the score on an acceptable English Language/Test as requested by the program if his/her first language is not English. Applicant must hold a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline. MS. + Ph.D. in Applied Behavioral Science Research Institute(focusedonResearch - Be a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree. - Ph.D. in English - - - - -Beaholder of M.A. in Englishwith GPA 3.25 accredited by the Ministry of Education or an equivalent. - Have knowledge orexperience inconducting research. Remark*Allprogramsareexpectedtobelaunched before 2014.
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7196 Faculty of Law Thammasat University (frompage107) • Applicants must have passed a TU-GET test of the Language Institute, Thammasat University or TOEFL or IELTS as required by the Faculty of Law and Thammasat University with the scores valid not exceeding two years as of the date of application provided that the TU-GET scores are 500 and upper or TOEFL scores are 500 and upper for paper-based test or 173 and upper for computer-based test or 61 andupperforinternet-basedtestorIELTSscores are 5.0 and upper, or approved by the Admission Committee upon approval of the Implementing SubcommitteeonGraduatePrograminBusiness Laws (English Program). Admission Result Announcement / Registration / Orientation Ceremony The successful applicants admitted will be announced officially on May as well as complete registration procedure and attend the orientation ceremony. The First Semester Opening On June everyyear Only the applicants approved by the Board of the Program can join the Master of Laws Program in Business Laws (English Program) as the students of the Program in accordance with the Thammasat University Regulations. For more information Interested persons may ask for more information at the Office of the Master of Laws Program in Business Laws (English Program), 4 Floor, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University (Tha Pra Chan Campus) at (0) 2613 2162 or via http://www.grad.law.tu.ac.th or email; mlawbiz-ep@tu.ac.th Educational Options 1. The “SandwichProgram” • ThammasatUniversityFacultyofLawand the University of Wisconsin Law School have jointly provide opportunity for students to study for the LL.M. in Legal Institutions of the University of Wisconsin Law School almost simultaneously with Thammasat’s LL.M. • The UW’s LL.M. in Legal Institutions requires a total of 24 credits. • Students may opt to enroll in the intensive summer courses conducted during April-May (or May-June) in Thailand for 5 credits at the lowest costs payabledirectlytoUniversityofWisconsin. • StudentswhowanttopursuetheLL.M.in LegalInstitutionsofUniversityofWisconsin must take the examination. The scores will be valid for 2 years. • Qualifiedstudentswhoareadmittedtothe LL.M. in Legal Institutions of University of th Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7 197 Wisconsin will be able to count the 5 credits of the summer courses and accredit 6 credits of Thammasat’s LL.M. courses toward UW’s LL.M. in Legal Institutions. • Accordingly students will earn 11 credits before going to the UW. • For the 13 credits left, students will be required to be in residence in UW. They should be able to complete those 13 credits within one semester. 2. Eligible students will be nominated for scholarships to be awarded by the University of East Anglia Law School, U.K. “The Outstanding Sandwich Program in Town” • An option enabling eligible students to complete two master degrees simultaneously at competitive costs • Earning 11 credits of 24 credits from University of Wisconsin Law School while studying in Bangkok • Residing in UW-Madison, U.S.A. and completes the 13 credits left in one semester to graduate with LL.M. in Legal Institutions of UW • Scholarship nominating to further study in the U.K. including UEA Law School, University of East Anglia • Open to foreign students University of Wisconsin Law School, USA ÊÃéÒ§ÊÃäì¼Å§Ò¹à¾×èÍÊè§àÊÃÔÁ ¡ÒÃÈÖ¡ÉÒä·Â Educationhandbooks International & Bilingual Schools in Thailand ¤é¹ËÒ͹غÒÅ㹴ǧ㨠ÃÒª×èÍ͹غÒÅ ·ÑèÇ»ÃÐà·È2003-2004 20042003 2005 2007 2008-2009 InternationalProgramsinThailand 2004 2008 2009 2010 ʹã¨ÊÑ觫×éÍâ·Ã.02-158-1133-5 ËÃ×ÍE-mail:ftcbea@ksc.th.com 2011 2012 2002 2003 2004 2006 2008 2009-2010
  • International Programs in Thailand Vol.7198 SirindhornInternational Institute of Technology (SIIT) (frompage109) Examination programs, where applicants will take written exams in Mathematics, Physics or General Science, and English. The programs are annually scheduled in October and December. More than one hundred scholarships are offered through this program. ExcellentAcademicPerformanceProgram Scholarships are offered to students with excellentacademicperformance,e.g.,participants of Academic Olympiad programs and National Software Contest (NSC). Central University Admissions System (CUAS) Scholarships are offered to qualified applicants whose scores are in the top 10%, and who select SIIT as their first choice. ScholarshipsforstudentsfromInternational Schools Applications who rank in the top 10 percent oftheirclassfromaccreditedinternationalschools, and applicants who submit outstanding scores fromInternationalstandardizedexaminations,will be pooled together to be considered for SIIT Scholarships. ScholarshipsforstudentsfromSoutheast Asiacountries Student Life SIIT students have many opportunities to participateinavarietyofactivities,bothacademic and extracurricular, to develop self-discipline, self-responsibility, professional attitudes, and for relaxation.TheSIITStudentCommitteeandother student clubs such as the Sports Club, CheerleaderClub,AcademicClub,VolunteerClub, Automech Club, Cyber-Tech Club, Board Game Club and Createch Club, organize a wide range of programs and activities throughout the year. Additionally, individual academic programs have student clubs which collaborate with faculty members in academic related activities. SIIT Graduates Graduates of SIIT receive a wide range of job offers due to their proficiency in English and their competency in technical knowledge. While most graduates work for government agencies, stateenterprises,andprivatecorporations,alarge number have chosen to pursue graduate studies immediately after graduation. Several graduates have received scholarships for their graduate studies,suchastheThaiGovernmentScholarships, JapaneseGovernmentScholarships,andteaching/ research assistantships from the universities where they enroll. Admission Methods Aprospectivestudentmayapplyforadmission through one of the following methods: 1. The national university entrance selection process, which is annually held by Office of the Higher Education Commission. 2.Outstanding students selection process, which is arranged in advance for M-6 students who have demonstrated outstanding academic records. 3.The entrance examination held by Thammasat University 4.The entrance examination held by SIIT. The written portion covers mathematics, physics or general science, and English. 5.Submission of one of the following standardized test results for evaluation: • Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) • International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) or General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) • InternationalBaccalaureate(IB)Diploma • 6th Form or 7th Form, NZQA, NCEA • National Test Scores (GAT, PAT) • 7 Common Subject Test Scores • American College Testing (ACT) 6. Transferfromanotheraccrediteduniversity.
  • Thank you for sponsoring our handbook Assumption University of Thailand Bangkok University International College Burapha University Christian University of Thailand Chulalongkorn University DidyasarinInternationalCollege, Hatyai University Dusit Thani College Huachiew Chalermprakiet University InternationalAviationCollege, Nakhon Phanom University Kasem Bundit University Kasetsart University Khon Kaen University King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Mae Fah Luang University Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University Mahanakorn University of Technology Mahasarakham University Mahidol University Panyapiwat Institute of Management Payap University RajamangalaUniversity of Technology Krungthep RajamangalaUniversity of Technology Thanyaburi Ramkhamhaeng University Institute of International Studies Shinawatra University Siam University Silpakorn University International College Srinakharinwirot University SripatumInternationalCollege, Sripatum University Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, InternationalCollege Thammasat University • Faculty of Law • SirindhornInternationalInstitute of Technology University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce THANKYOUFORYOURVERYHELPFULADVICE AND CONTRIBUTION. Bureau of International Cooperation Strategy, OfficeofHigherEducationCommission(OHEC), Ministry of Education Mr Apichart Jeerawuth Ms Aporn Kanvong Ms Chadarat Singhadechakul Ms Sunee Juraisin Ms Lakhana Dockiao MsSumantanaChantaroagwong Ms Phicharmon Sridurongkhatham ASEAN University Network, Office of the AUN Secretariat Ms Achavadee Wiroonpetch Decha Singhchinsuk Duangchai Tangsanga Tasiri Suvarnasara SaowariBunnag Lisa Tangsanga Suchada Pliansupap suchada6999@gmail.com Thank you Message from... Suchada P. As the 2013 school year quickly approaches, it is my great pleasure to publish the Seventh Annual International Programs in Thailand. Now more than ever with AEC opening vast new opportunities starting in 2015, it is important for anyone entering university to think ‘international’. This year, we are again distributing 10,000+ copies of our handbook, free of charge, to students and counselors at international and bilingual schools, to all university libraries throughout the Kingdom of Thailand, Thai embassies and consulates overseas, all foreign embassies and consulates in Thailand and, for the first time this year, international schools throughout ASEAN. In a new and exciting direction for us,the Royal Thai Embassy in Beijing is translating our sixth handbook into Chinese and soon it will be available on CD and on-line promoting educational opportunities for Chinese students looking to study overseas. As 2012 draws to a close and our seventh volume becomes available, I would like to thank the 33 universities who have generously supported us this year. I would also like to thank the Office of Higher Education Commission for their continuing and expanding role in quality enhancement. In closing, to all our readers and supporters, good luck in your educational search and endeavors and may each and every one of you find our newest handbook a treasure of information.