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.
*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 only) must cover outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, and accidents with a minimum coverage of USD 50,000 covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 during your stay in Thailand. The insurance policy must be widely recognized in Thailand, such as Generali, FWD General Insurance, AXA, Allianz, Tokio Marine Insurance, or AIA Group. This type of insurance will facilitate your medical consultation and treatment from the private hospital without advance payment during your stay in Thailand.
*The visiting application fee is non-refundable.
To apply as a Visiting Student:
To apply as an Exchange Student:
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|
|Bank Fee||20 Baht|
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