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
To apply for study abroad, students must meet the following requirements:
Have completed at least one trimester of study at MUIC
Achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.85 at the time of application (students who have a lower cumulative GPA will be considered on a case-by-case basis)
Before studying abroad, students must meet the following requirements:
Have completed at least three trimesters of study at MUIC
Be at least 18 years of age
Participate in the Buddy Program with the Student Exchange Office or participate in international guest relations activities at MUIC
Meet any additional requirements set by the partner university
*For international guest relations activities, you will be interviewed and properly trained by the International Relations Unit before you meet and welcome guests. If you are interested in these activities please contact the student exchange unit at room 2204.
All outbound student exchange applicants are required to participate in international Buddy Program for at least 1 trimester. You will provide us a brief summary of your activities or anything you and your buddy have experienced together during the trimester. About International Buddy Program
You will be linked with one or more incoming study abroad students at MUIC to help these students to settle their stay in Thailand.
You will show them the campus facilities (tram service, library, sports complex) and how to use them.
You should be the first contact in case your buddy needs basic help in the practicalities during their time at MUIC
About international guest relations activities
(3 participations to be substituted for buddy program)
Each year MUIC organizes activities for international study abroad students. You will help these students to settle their stay in Thailand. The usual events will be
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*For international guest relations activities, you will be interviewed and properly trained by the International Relations Unit before you meet and welcome guest.