Scholarship Opportunities

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Scholarship Opportunities

** Remark: Each student will receive only one scholarship **

Young Ambassador scholarship: All outbound applicants who maintain a minimum of 2.85 GPA are entitled to an interview selection process for the Young Ambassador scholarship (up to 50,000 THB per grant).

MUIC Internship abroad: Students who do their internship abroad can apply for a partial internship scholarship (20,000 THB per grant for Asian countries and 40,000 THB for other regions). Timeline and steps to proceed for the internship partial scholarship application

MU Scholarship: This is partial financial support that Mahidol University (MU) provides to some students from all faculties and colleges under its purview. As part of available funding for scholarship allocation scheme, each year, MUIC will submit to MU for their decision some MUIC student candidates for this scholarship (among MUIC outbound applicants)

The Erasmus+ Scholarship: This is a bilateral arrangement between MUIC and the partner universities in European Union for sending and receiving mobility to/from MUIC and partner universities in the European Partner countries. Not all European partner universities will have this scholarship. The information of the exchange partners that offer exchange slots with the Erasmus+ scholarship will appear on its respective page in ICAbroad. For reference, in the academic year 2020–2021, the following partner universities offered exchange slots with Erasmus+ scholarships: Zealand Academy of Technologies and Business (Zealand) in Denmark, Kozminski University in Poland, and Berlin School of Economics and Law in Germany.

The Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) for exchange activity in Canada

Amount: 10,200 CAD (approximately 240,000 THB) for 1 term; 15,900 CAD (approximately 375,000 THB) for a year

The number of candidates from MUIC will be based on the number of exchange slots MUIC has received from Canadian Universities. MUIC can nominate student applications to the Canadian universities, which will later submit the applications to the relevant Canadian Governmental agencies for their consideration. The application deadline is in January.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to study the most updated terms and conditions and the timeline for application on its respective website The Canada-ASEAN Scholarships and Educational Exchanges for Development (SEED) for exchange activity in Canada

Ernst Mach Grant for studying at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) for exchange activity in Austria

Amount: Monthly grant rate 1,050 EUR (approximately 36,000 THB). The application deadline is in March (This grant is suitable for MUIC outbound student applications in January intake only)

Students need to get a letter of acceptance from an Austrian university to apply for this grant.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to study the most updated terms and conditions and the timeline for application on its respective website: Ernst Mach Grant for studying at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) for exchange activity in Austria

JASSO offers scholarships (80,000 JPY) for qualified international students who are accepted by a Japanese university. MUIC students who study abroad at the following universities are eligible to apply for a JASSO scholarship: Sophia University, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU).

TF International LEaRN for exchange activity in Singapore

Amount 6,500 SGD (approximately 150,000 THB)

The partner universities will inform the availability of this scholarship during the student application and nomination. Currently, the eligible universities are the National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University.

ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Program

The AIMS Program is an exchange program between higher education institutions among the ASEAN member states. The program is operated and supported by the Government of Thailand through the Office of Higher Education Commission. Each year, at least three students are selected to participate in the AIMS Program and receive financial support in the amount of THB 120,000 THB, which is intended to cover the student’s return air ticket, visa fee, health insurance, and living expenses abroad.

 

ASEAN University Network — ASEAN Credit Transfer System (AUN-ACTS)

The AUN-ACTS Program encourages students to experience studying abroad in participating universities of the ASEAN University Network (AUN). The selected students will be granted financial support in the amount of 120,000 THB.

 

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