Application & Admission

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Application & Admission

Exchange students: Inbound exchange students engage in studies at MUIC for a fixed period of time, from one trimester up to one academic year, as part of the study abroad programs at their home universities. They have a choice of approximately 400 courses each trimester in the Arts, Sciences and Management. Moreover, exchange students are encouraged to take the Thai Language and Culture course to broaden their understanding of Thailand and its people.

Visiting students:  Students who are not under the reciprocal exchange arrangement can study at the College as visiting students for one trimester or up to one academic year. Credits earned can be transferred to an ongoing degree program at another institution. Apart from their selected courses in the MUIC academic schedule, visiting students are also encouraged to take the Thai Language and Culture course.

Admission Requirements

Visiting Students

Qualifications:

  • Being full time students at the home university

Requirements: 

  • Two reference letters from the home university
  • An official transcript
  • Certificate of TOEFL / IELTS Score*
  • A copy of passport
  • Proof of International Health Insurance
  • 55 USD Visiting Application Fee

*Students are required to send SCANNED/SOFT COPIES only. All documents must be stamped with the university seal and verified as true copies by the home university and submitted within the deadline

*A proof of international health insurance policy (in English) must cover outpatient treatment,  inpatient treatment and accidents with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000 covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 during your stay in Thailand

To apply as a Visiting Student:

Exchange Students

Qualifications:

  • Being full time students at the home university
  • Being nominated by home university

Requirements: 

  • Nomination letter from the home university
  • Reference letter from the home university
  • An official transcript
  • A copy of passport
  • Proof of International Health Insurance
*Students are required to send SCANNED/SOFT COPIES only. All documents must be stamped with the university seal and verified as true copies by the home university and submitted within the deadline

*A proof of international health insurance policy (in English) must cover outpatient treatment,  inpatient treatment and accidents with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000 covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 during your stay in Thailand 


To apply as an Exchange Student
:

  • Please contact your home university for the nomination process
*Note: Exchange student and Visiting student who are not native English speakers must submit one of the following English tests: iBT TOEFL (score of 69 or above with a Writing score of at least 22) or IELTS (score of 6.0 or above with writing score at least 6.0). MUIC will also consider other qualifications showing sufficient English language proficiency.
 
The requirement for submitting an English test of Exchange student starting from Trimester 1/ 2021-2022 onwards.
 
*Applications and admissions for full-time international students are processed by the MUIC Admissions Office. For complete information, including the Academic Calendar, click on the Admissions link on the Home Page.
 

Fees Structure for Visiting Students (in Thai Baht)

The tuition and other fees will be applied for Trimester 1 / 2020 – 2021 (which start in September 2020)
Application Fee (pay one time)  1,400 Baht
Education Service Fee per Trimester 20,000 Baht
Tuition Fee per Trimester
  • Lecture credits
 4,700 Baht
  • Lab credits
 7,500 Baht
  • Lab Communication Design
 7,100 Baht
  • Lab Media and Communication
 10,600 Baht
Bank Fee     20 Baht
Note:
  1. The tuition fee may vary, depending on the laboratory hours required and/or how many subjects the student will register for.
  2. Tuition fee is 4,700 Baht per credit for lecture classes. Most classes are 4 credits = 18,800 Baht per one subject.
  3. Students might need to cover the expenses of additional textbooks as recommended by the lecturers.
  4. The fees above do not include living expenses, books and housing.
  5. The specific fees may be subject to change

Student Exchange Office

Room 2204, 2nd Floor, Building 2
Phone: +66 (0) 2700 5000
#1702, 1708, 1714 and 1711
Fax: +66 (0)2 441 0232
Group-mail: icia@mahidol.ac.th