Although commuting from other parts of Bangkok to the Salaya Campus is not difficult, many students decide to live either on or close to the campus. This allows them to have more time to focus on their studies as well as participate in extra-curricular activities.
There are many housing options available near Salaya even though the demand for housing has increased. The Office of Student Affairs is happy to help with providing information about on and off campus housing.
Building A (Anchan) for male
– 4 ppl/unit
– Studio 1 ppl/unit
– Studio 2 ppl/unit
Building D (Dusita) for female
– Studio 1-2 ppl/unit
Remarks : Building B (Benjamas) and Building C (Chaba) are reserved for staff.
Interested students can call 02-441-9205, 02-441-9841 or contact the condominium manager in Condominium A.
Mahidol University provides low-cost dormitories for students who have financial difficulties. Preference is usually given to other Mahidol University faculties, but MUIC students can apply as well.
There are six men’s dormitories and four women’s dormitories. They are located near the Central Facilities of the Salaya Campus. Each room can house four people. The dormitory costs 3,600 – 9,250 Baht per person per semester. Again, semesters run from August to December and January to May. The dormitories are closed during the University’s summer break from June to July.
Interested students should contact the university dormitory office, Dormitory 11 (Baan Sritrang) Tel. 02-441-9116 or contact The Office of Student Affairs, MUIC which is located on the 1st floor of MUIC Building 1.
Other private housing options are available in the Salaya area, with prices ranging from 3,500 to 8,000 Baht per month.