The MUIC Short-Term Program provides flexible tailor-made courses according to requirements of each specific group in terms of academic areas, program durations, field trips, credit hours, and budget to meet your needs and expectations.
Through the year, several programs of one- to four weeks’ duration are running and cover various fields of study such as Language and Culture, Sustainable Tourism, MBA, Business Administration, Management, Medical Science, Social Science, Academic Study Trip and other disciplines, and we receive several groups of students and participants from our partners, non-partners, and educational institutions. With effective coordinators and support staff, we are able to offer you one- to four weeks’ unforgettable and productive learning experience at MUIC.
Besides the required classes provided in the program, students and participants will also participate in various activities including field trips, company visits, and cultural classes. These well-rounded experience will prepare participants to be a global citizens and to be adaptable in a dynamic world. This short-term study program is guaranteed to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the participants.
Our Summer Program will strengthen the 21st Century skills of participants by interacting with the international community in Southeast Asia and exploring the rich culture and tradition of the world’s top destination. Students will be able to choose 1-2 courses from 7 courses available. The total number of hours is 48 hours per course including academic hours, field trips and an examination. At the end of the program, students will receive 3 US credits for each of those they choose.
Working with MUIC from an administrative and professorial point of view on organizing a study abroad program for students from the University of North Texas was so easy. All of the MUIC staff – and in particular the organization, understanding, and creative skills of Ms. Worada – made planning and executing the trip extremely efficient even when we ran into hiccups on the ground. Although our first set of students went there almost a decade ago, they still talk about the class abroad as a pivotal, life-changing moment for them. In addition to the class lessons on sustainable tourism, the logistics were not only just what we needed to help us unwind from busy days, but the diversity in where we ate and slept also allowed the students to learn more about the culture. Most of the students were first-time travelers, and the MUIC team helped them immensely not only learn class lessons but learn how to be global citizens. I will forever me grateful for their support and partnership.
I found my time at MUIC very enriching and fun. The quality of lessons was very good and I enjoyed the prelude at MUIC. The hosts were very welcoming and Thailand as a country has been one of the great hospitality and warmth. Truly a memorable experience.
Being part of the Mahidol University International Program was truly an unforgettable experience. Not only did we get familiar with Thailand’s beautiful culture, we also made many Thai friends who tagged along with us throughout our entire study abroad trip. The professors were remarkably enthusiastic and engaging throughout our classes; we even had one professor from Mahidol University chaperon us on a company visit. The atmosphere and environment was so welcoming and easy-going that it got me interested in wanting to complete my graduate studies here. I would recommend all my friends who are wishing to study abroad internationally to come to this amazing university!
Well I have been very lucky to be nominated to attend this training course in Mahidol University International College in Thailand. I wish to thank the Government of Thailand for giving this opportunity to other countries to benefit from your knowledge and Best practices in tourism.
I was first of all very impressed with the welcome and organisation throughout the training course. The young volunteers were just perfect and that too taking into consideration that some of them were preparing for their exams.. hats off friends..really…
You have been ever present to coordinate the event and to meet all our whims and fancies with an incredible patience I must agree and this surely reflects the worldwide known Thai hospitality that I read before coming..
The resource persons are definitely knowledgeable and more importantly very humble in their delivery during the classes..it was indeed a pleasure to listen and to ask questions..it was really nice to interact with them..as professionals we have been well treated and as guests it was more than perfect I can assure you..
The team Africa loves the culture and originality of the MUIC staff and students, especially the hospitality of the hotel in the campus and their warm welcome making us feel at home. The efforts and humanity they showed to their clients crossed the language barrier. Thailand is a place to visit if you want to explore the Thais’ authentic culture especially the way they prepare their food. I love MUIC and the country so much that the lessons we have learned were amazing indeed like their slogan “Amazing Thailand
“Tourism Hospitality Program 2010, Kyung Hee University, South Korea”
Several years ago, when I was a student of Kyung Hee University, I participated in a winter study abroad program hosted by MUIC. The experience was highly enjoyable and worthwhile. We attended classes on hospitality and tourism along with cultural excursions. I still thank MUIC faculty and staff for their enthusiastic teaching and sincere hospitality that they showed to me and my fellow students. Thailand is an exciting country to stay in, and MUIC is an excellent university to study in. With these two combined, I cannot imagine any other place to do a study abroad program.
“BioEthics Program in Thailand 2013”
Studying at MUIC gave me the opportunity to graciously learn about Thai culture while intensely exploring my own cultural identity. That experience enabled me to grow academically, professionally and personally.
English Spring Program 2015
At the outset of the orientation session, Worada-san’s comment was very impressive, saying “English is not your language. It’s not my language”. The main purpose of using English by non-native speakers of English is to communicate with others. I realized it’s important for us to become connected together instead of pursuing perfect pronunciation and expression, therefore my ideas about English have been turned upside down. I’ve learned in MUIC that the world spread out in front of me could be expanded enormously if I just speak in English.
I really enjoyed my experience at MUIC. The campus is really clean and beautiful! The faculties are surrounded by greenery and tranquil spaces. It was very calming to walk around the campus.
The professors were kind, patient and very willing to engage students. I especially enjoyed the classes about Thailand and her unique culture. We were given opportunities to learn Thai cooking, Thai dance and even Muay Thai! But most of all, I am thankful for the warm hospitality and kindness extended to us by the teaching assistants and facilitators. They made us feel very welcomed and I am most grateful for our newfound friendships. I have many fond memories of the time spent at MUIC.
I thought this program was very good in various points. Especially, the program triggered my English studies that is still going on. I really realized people understand what I try to say as long
as I manage to convey my intentions. And then, I got use it throughout the program. The
program wiped out my barrier and hesitation in the end. I got a confidence that I could do it.
The program was really useful for me. This was my first overseas trip. It was very nice for
me to study English in Thailand instead of USA and UK. I think it was irrelevant for me where I study English whether it was native country or not.
Ms. Worada Apirat (Head)
+66 (0) 2700 5000,ext. 4367
+66 (0) 2700 5000,ext. 4369
Ms. Phanita Pooteang-on
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Ms. Theeranun Leksuthee
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