HistoryAugust 13, 2021 2022-06-01 3:17
35 Years of Service
MUIC celebrated its 35th anniversary in March 2021 amidst the Covid-19 pandemic which has seen the campus going into lockdown twice since 2020. MUIC conducted classes through either online, blended or hybrid types of learning strategies, depending on the prevailing pandemic situation. It also enhanced its academic offerings by introducing the iDesign Elective Program and a new major (Creative Technology) in 2020.
30 Years and Beyond
More than three decades after its establishment, MUIC currently offers 17 undergraduate majors in Arts, Sciences, Communication Arts, Engineering, and Business Administration, along with two master’s degree programs, for approximately 3,000 students.
Breaking New Ground: Aditayathorn Building
MUIC inaugurates its newest facility, Aditayathorn Building, named in honor of Her Royal Highness Princess Aditayathorn Mahidol who is also a distinguished alumna.
MUIC Continues to Grow
A six-story complex is completed in order to accommodate over 1,000 students. A new managerial style is also introduced, in addition to an expansion of academic offerings, additional internships, including the Salaya Pavilion Hotel and Training Center, a pre-college program and the formation of offices that addresses both student and alumni needs.
With approval from the Mahidol University Council, ISDP is officially designated Mahidol University International College (MUIC), giving it the full weight and stature of a faculty.
New Building and Majors
ISDP officially dedicates its new building, which can accommodate 486 students, and introduces two additional majors in Business Administration and Food Science and Technology.
ISDP: Forerunner of MUIC
The Mahidol University Council officially endorses the formation of an International Students Degree Program (ISDP) with seven major offerings in the Sciences and Travel Industry Management.