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Hear from our students

Hear from our students

Thosaphol Suppametheekulwat

MUIC Class of 2003, Bacherlor of Business Administration, major in Marketing General Manager of New Arriva Co., Ltd. and Co-founder of QUALY

“I work with courage, passion and enthusiasm. Everyday I always move forward energetically with strategies. Sometimes I wonder what made me who I am today. I think it’s MUIC that has shaped me.”

Cherprang Areekul

MUIC class of 2019 Bachelor of Science, major in Chemistry

“MUIC provides a liberal arts education which encourages students to become a well-rounded person. Being a Science student majoring in Chemistry, I took Psychology and language classes as well. Moreover, MUIC offers 30 clubs which means students can explore their various interests. I am a member of many clubs too. I also participated in many student activities such as ‘rubnong’ where I met many friends from different majors.”

Pawinpon Theerawong

4th year B.A., majoring in Social Science Virtuous Person of Mahidol University 2019

MUIC has transformed me into a complete and balanced person—educating me in the sciences and imbuing me with moral values. “MUIC’s liberal arts education allows me to explore various fields of knowledge and dig deeper into my specialized courses. MUIC’s internationalism globalizes me.”

Vitchapong Hutasuwan

B.B.A. Major in Marketing, Class of 2013 Most Outstanding Alumni (Rising Star) 2016 Awardee

“I got the idea for my future business (Selvedgework custom denims) when I was in third year college. MUIC is where I developed friendships and relationships, a network, a community. I still keep in touch with my friends and former ajarns.”

Arthitaya Rusmintratip

4th Year, B.B.A. Major in Finance Successful Team Leader

“Every leader needs a good support system. I think MUIC in general and the Student Affairs Office in particular want to see students succeed, so if you are active, determined, and have a clear goal in mind, then, from my experience, they will be very supportive of your endeavors.”

Po-Tsao “Bruce” Chen

B.S. Environmental Science, Class of 2014 Community Engagement Counselor, Scholars of Sustenance

“I joined countless field trips during my time as a student in MUIC. Afterwards, I offered to work as teaching and research assistant during these field trips. These trips allowed me to monitor various changes in ecosystems and solidified my pursuit toward sustainable development.”