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Mahidol University (ASEAN Institute for Health Development (AIHD))

Nakhon Pathom Thailand

Established in 1888, Mahidol University has its origins as the first medical school in Thailand. The university was later renamed the University of Medical Sciences in 1942, and Mahidol University in 1969 after Prince Mahidol of Songkla, the Father of Modern Medicine and Public Health in Thailand. Since then, the university has expanded into a prestigious multi-disciplinary university, covering numerous fields including medicine, basic and applied sciences, public health, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, engineering, environment, veterinary sciences, sport sciences, disability studies, management, hospitality industry, religious studies, social sciences, music and the arts.

Mahidol University is one of Thailand’s leading advocates of the internationalization of higher education. We are also the lead university of many national research centres and projects.  As a result, we provide multiple international curriculum, internship opportunities, training programs, and exchange activities with partners across the globe. We believe that mobility programs offer our staff and students valuable opportunities to spend time at foreign host institutions and develop new skills, ways of thinking, and a deeper cultural understanding – a process that is repeated at Mahidol University through the hosting of inbound staff and students. This helps establish a robust international environment and network. It also strengthens research activities and helps develop international curricular and links through which further activities such as internships, research collaboration, research funding and partnership can be developed. 
999 Phuttamonthon 4 Road, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Thailand
+66 2 441 9040-3 ext. 66
+ 66 2 441 9044

◆UMAP Contact Person

Ms. Suwannee Hanmusicwatkoon (International Relations Officer)
Academic Services Section, ASEAN Institute for Health Development

◆Regular Academic Calendar

·First Semester
From: 1 August, 2018
To: 1 November, 2018
·Second Semester
From: 1 December, 2018
To: 1 March, 2019

◆Semester Load in Credits/Units

·Minimum 9 Credits
·Maximum 15 Credits

◆General Timetable and Requirements for Graduation

·Total Number of Credits Needed for Graduation

36 Credits

·Number of Years Typically Needed to Complete Undergraduate Program


◆List of Study Programs that are open for International Exchanges

Master of Primary Health Care Management
Teaching language: English

◆Exchange- Related Information

·Exchange Duration
1 Semester
·Language Proficiency Requirements
TOEFL is not less than 500 and or IELTS is not less than 5 within 2 years from the application date
·Instruction Facilities and Other Supports

On campus dormitory

Home stay:


Off Campus Assistance:


·Medical Insurance
·Visa Process
Issuance of official letter for visa application

Application Submission Deadline: 30 June, 2019