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MUIC Promotes Special Programs at NTU Singapore

MUIC Promotes Special Programs at NTU Singapore
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MUIC Promotes Special Programs at NTU Singapore

Mahidol University International College (MUIC) promoted its upcoming special programs at the “GEM Fair @ NTU 2020” on January 20, 2020 in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Ms. Worada Apirat, Head of Project Development Unit, Ms. Theeranun Leksuthee, Foreign Relations Officer, and Dr. Ploy Sud-on, a lecturer from the Business Administration Division, represented MUIC at the event organized by NTU’s Office of Global Education and Mobility (OGEM).

At the fair, Mrs. Chong Mei Eng, OGEM Director, gave a welcome speech to the representatives from other universities. The event gave NTU students an opportunity to learn more about the interesting academic programs offered by the other universities. Unlike every year, universities promoted not only the summer programs but also exchange programs. 

MUIC has been organizing the Business Prelude Program in collaboration with NTU twice a year since 2015. The MUIC booth was visited by many students who were interested in the Summer and Prelude Programs. NTU students who participated in the Business Prelude Program 2019 came to the booth and shared their wonderful experiences to the other students.

This is the first year for MUIC to promote the Summer Program which will be held in July and August 2020. Seven available courses, along with cultural activities and field trips, will be available for Summer Program 2020 in which participants will get 3 US credits for each of the courses they choose.

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