MBA Students Go on Study Trip to South Korea
Aug 07 2018

MBA students of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) participated in the “1st Global Business and Innovation Experience,” a four-day study trip to South Korea on July 24-27, 2018 aimed at expanding their academic, corporate, and cultural perspectives through a series of exclusive lectures and industry visits.

The four-day study trip started with a welcome speech by the Dean of Solbridge International School of Business, Dr. Jerman Rose. The students then expanded their knowledge by attending lectures on topics that included “Talent Management Decisions in the Changing World,” “Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation,” “Characteristics of Korean Inc.,” and “Introduction to Behavioral Finance.”

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To broaden their view on how business is conducted in South Korea, the students also visited three well-known companies including KT&G Co., ETRI, and Samsung D’Light. Moreover, the students gained first-hand cultural experience by participating in a Korean tea ceremony while getting the opportunity to wear the “hanbeok,” the traditional Korean dress.

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The four-day seminar formally ended on July 27, 2018 with the certificate awarding ceremony. The study trip, which facilitates the acquisition of important practical experience and global perspectives to our MBA students, is now part of the MBA curriculum where students can choose it as an elective course.

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This study trip was organized jointly by the MBA program and the Project Development Unit of the International Affairs and Networking Section together with Solbridge International School of Business.


Beyond the classroom, MBA Business Simulation Competition
Jul 08 2018

On 6th – 8th July 2018, MBA students from both Sathorn and Salaya campus attended the intensive competition round of global business simulation game as a part of the ICBM611 New Business Implementation and Integration course, conducted by Asst. Prof. Dr. Chanchai Phonthanukitithaworn at Baan Pla Tub Tim, Samut Sonkharm. The aims of this program are to allow the students to understand strategic options for competing globally and the corporate motivations for entering internal markets and more importantly to give them the opportunity to “learn by doing”.

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We were also honored by four experts from the industry and academic to join us as potential investors and share their practical experiences and constructive comments. Our four experts include Khun Preecha Anekwasinchai, Senior Vice President & Head of Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management from Bank of Ayudhya PCL, Khun Damien Durand, Corporate Venture Capitalist and Khun Parin Kienthong, Legal & IP Services from True Incube, and Asst. Prof. Dr. Olimpia C. Racela, Marketing Lecturer from Mahidol University International College.

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MBA Open House 2018
Feb 21 2018

On Saturday, February 10, 2018, the MUIC Graduate Program invited prospective students to the 2018 Open House for the MBA Program at Aditayathorn Building, Mahidol University International College, Salaya campus.

In the first session, the prospective students were introduced to MUIC’s MBA program in Business Modeling and Development with details of the study plan, class activities, and career opportunities. The session was followed by a mock session of ICBM611 New Business Implementation and Integration taught by Asst. Prof. Viriya Taecharungroj.

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The Open House sessions concluded with the MBA alumni sharing their experiences of the program and tips for successful studies.

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On behalf of the International Graduate Studies (iGS), we would like to thank all of our participants and we look forward to seeing you in the coming trimester.


University of Baltimore Students Attend Successful Business Seminar in Thailand
Jan 23 2018

Students and professors from the University of Baltimore attended the 2nd UB-MUIC Business Seminar in Thailand on January 15-19, 2018.

Building on last year’s success, the event gathered a total of 26 eager participants led by Prof. Dr. Dennis A. Pitta and Prof. Frank R. van Vliet who enjoyed the lively and interactive discussions during the inclusive lectures and workshops conducted by MUIC lecturers.

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To broaden their view on the business environment in Thailand, participants visited three well-known Thai companies. The first was the Yanhee International Hospital to learn more about its world-class medical beauty tourism. Then they visited Tesco Lotus where the participants learned a lot about Thailand’s leading modern trade retailer. Last but not least, the participants went to Cho Heng Rice Vermicelli Factory Co. Ltd. where they gained knowledge about the keys to investment in Thailand.

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This productive study trip ended with an experience-sharing session on management in Thailand with Mr. Peter Weisner, Senior Vice President of Bangkok Airways.

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The organizers—MUIC’s International Graduate Studies (iGS) together with the Project Development Unit of the International Affairs and Networking Section—would like to thank all lecturers and guest speakers for sharing their knowledge and also the companies for allowing the participants to learn much about their respective businesses. We truly appreciate this kind support and assistance.

The five-day seminar ended on January 19, 2018 with a closing ceremony held at Sathorn City Campus. The closing remarks by Prof. Dr. Claus Schreier accompanied by the participants’ positive feedback evidenced that the latest UB-MUIC Business Seminar in Thailand was successful.

The iGS and Project Development Unit hope that the hands-on learning experience will help the participants in enriching their studies and their professional development paths and also enhance their future.

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MBA Students’ First-hand Experience with CSR
Jan 09 2018

MBA students at Mahidol University International College’s (MUIC) Salaya Campus visited Dine in the Dark (DID) Bangkok at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok. DID is a unique restaurant that provides an exclusive “blind dinner” in total darkness. The restaurant also derives its name and theme from its visually-impaired serving staff. (more…)


MBA-MM Orientation 2017 & CSR Project at Sattahip
Sep 17 2017

On September 16-17, 2017, the International Graduate Studies (iGS) warmly welcomed new students from the Master of Business Administration in Business Modeling and Development (MBA) and the Master of Management in International Hospitality Management (MM) programs for Trimester 1, Academic Year 2017-2018 at Sattahip, Chonburi.

Dr. Roberto Gozzoli, Chairperson of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Division, and Dr. Benjalux Sakunasingha, Chairperson of the Business Administration Division, delivered welcome speeches and shared advice that would benefit the participants on their journey with the MUIC family.

MBA-MM Orientation 2017 & CSR Project at Sattahip

On this occasion, the students participated in ice-breaking and team-building activities organized by the Royal Thai Marine Corps and the Royal Thai Navy with their seniors and lecturers, providing an opportunity for bonding among the MUIC family. The students also took part in the “Walk in the Footsteps of Our Father,” iGS’ 2nd CSR project on coral planting at Teay Ngam Beach.

MBA-MM Orientation 2017 & CSR Project at Sattahip

Coral reefs are not only a tourist attraction that contributes to the growth of Thailand’s economy but they also have important functions in coastal ecosystems. Mainly, coral reefs provide habitats for many marine organisms and protect coastlines from the damaging effects of wave and tropical storms. Participating in coral planting activity is therefore one way to raise all of the participants’ awareness about environmental preservation and ensure that the shore is kept intact for future generations.

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Congratulations to MUIC’s MBA & MM Class of 2017!
Sep 12 2017

Another year of success. Graduates of the Master of Business Administration in Business Modeling and Development (MBA) and the Master of Management in International Hospitality Management (MM) programs of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) celebrated their achievement for completing their studies during a ceremony held at Aditayathorn Building, Salaya campus.

Congratulations to MUIC’s MBA & MM Class of 2017!

During the Grand Commencement Rehearsal on September 8, 2017, graduates gathered in the morning to take a class photo with their classmates and lecturers. In the afternoon, MUIC International Graduate Studies (iGS) was much honored to have our Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, Asst. Prof. Dr. Sarayuth Nathapan, deliver the congratulatory speech and present the outstanding awards for the top graduates from both programs. Afterwards, the Class of 2017 attended the graduation party marked by fun activities and which was hosted by MM Program Director, Dr. Sarinya Sungkatavat. The party was concluded with attendees posing for memorable group photos and capturing this special moment together.

Congratulations to MUIC’s MBA & MM Class of 2017!

The Commencement Ceremony was held at Prince Mahidol Hall on September 12, 2017.

Congratulations to MUIC’s MBA & MM Class of 2017!

On behalf of iGS, we believe that our graduates will be joining the changing business environment, both locally and globally, using the knowledge they gained in both Business Modeling and Development and International Hospitality Management. Our programs hope to see our talented graduates to stand out and perform significant roles in their future endeavors.

Congratulations once again to the Class of 2017!

Congratulations to MUIC’s MBA & MM Class of 2017!

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MBA Students Join Business Simulation Game
Jul 16 2017

Twenty-two MBA students from both Sathorn and Salaya campuses attended the competition round of the GDNA global business simulation game on July 15-16, 2017 at Sampran Riverside Hotel. This activity was part of the ICBM611 New Business Implementation and Integration course under Dr. Chanchai Phonthanukitithaworn. The program aims at allowing students to understand the strategic options for competing globally and the corporate motivations for entering internal markets and more importantly to give students the opportunity to learn by doing.

Alumna Wins Special Award in Miss Tourism Queen Thailand 2017

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We were also honored by three experts from the business industry and the academe who joined us as potential investors and shared with students lessons from their own experiences along with constructive comments. Our three experts included Khun Preecha Anekwasinchai, Senior Vice President & Head of Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management from Bank of Ayudhya PCL; Dr. Rasi Kunapatarawong, a Go-to-Market Specialist-Social Innovation from Hitachi; and Dr. Thanita Buranatrakul, the Program Director for International Business of Mahidol University International College.

MBA Students Join Business Simulation Game

MBA Students Join Business Simulation Game


MBA Students Visit Dine in the Dark Restaurant
Jul 06 2017

Dr. Volkmar Ensslin accompanied seven students from the MBA in Business Modeling and Development (Sathorn Campus) on a recent company visit to Dine in the Dark at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok.

The visit gave students the chance to speak to Mr. Julien Wallet-Houget, the restaurant’s co-founder. Mr. Wallet-Houget discussed the business model of his restaurant, explaining to them how it operates. Aside from learning about corporate social responsibility, the students also experienced the restaurant’s “blind dinner” feature in which the customers were served by visually-impaired persons. Mr. Wallet-Houget and his staff explained every stage of their customer service and also answered all questions.

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It was a great experience overall and all students were engaged throughout, asking questions and exchanging ideas with Mr. Wallet-Houget and his staff. The out-of-classroom learning experience, part of the ICBM 511 Accounting Information for Business Analysis course, will help enhance the students’ learning, contribute to their professional development paths, and shape their future.


MBA Students Visit UN Bangkok Office
Jun 29 2017

A group of MBA students from Mahidol University International College, led by Dr. Isabel Pereira Rodrigues, paid a visit to the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) in Bangkok on June 29, 2017.

Mr. Ricardo Freitas Rodrigues, Officer-in-Charge of the Conference Management Unit, welcomed them to the venue and guided the group through a tour of the facility. After that, Mr. Freitas Rodrigues delivered a presentation on the UNCC and engaged in a lively discussion with the students about current challenges in the area of conference management.

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Students were glad to experience the United Nations first-hand, and are grateful to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific for this wonderful learning opportunity.

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MBA Welcomes Visitors from University of Baltimore
Apr 05 2017

Mahidol University International College (MUIC) warmly received a delegation of students and professors from the University of Baltimore for the very first time as they attended the UB-MUIC Business Seminar in Thailand organized by the International Graduate Studies (iGS) together with the International Affairs and Networking Section on March 19-24, 2017.

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The five-day seminar offered six lectures on various fields including “Introduction to Thailand and Thai Culture,” “Thai Business Environment,” “Cross-cultural and Global Management,” “Transformative Leadership in Modern Organization,” “Information Technology and Supply Chain Management” and “Think Global, Speak Local for Effective Marketing Communications.” The participants valued these sessions highly as teaching strategies emphasized on interactive lectures and workshops where they can share experiences and benefit from hands-on learning.

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To broaden their view on doing business in Thailand, participants had opportunities to visit three well-known companies. The first was to Cho Heng Rice Vermicelli Factory Co. Ltd. to learn about keys to investment in Thailand and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). The second visit was to Unilever where participants learned about how to create customer network in the digital world. Last but not the least, the participants visited Yanhee International Hospital to learn about the world-class medical beauty tourism. The iGS would like to thank all companies which allowed us to explore their businesses. We truly appreciate this kind support and assistance.

MBA Welcomes Visitors from University of Baltimore

The five-day seminar formally ended on March 24, 2017 with the closing ceremony held at Herb Garden Restaurant at MUIC. The iGS hopes that, given the memorable experience gained and positive feedback throughout the seminar, we would be honored again to welcome a group of students and professors from the University of Baltimore in the near future.

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MBA Students Learn About Unique Restaurant’s Business Model
Mar 30 2017

MBA students enrolled in the ICBM 511 Accounting Information for Business Analysis course at Sathorn Campus visited Dine in the Dark Bangkok (DID), a unique restaurant located at the ground floor of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok.

The students had chance to meet Mr. Robert Wittebrood, executive assistant manager I/C Food, Beverage & Security of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, who gave us an informative talk on the luxury hotel’s operation to deal with the disruptive changes and on Sheraton’s business practices involving activities that benefit the environment and society.

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Aside from this, the students learned about the business model of DID from Mr. Julien Wallet-Houget, the restaurant’s co-founder, who shared his experience on how to manage this distinguished business successfully. He also explained how the concept of corporate social responsibility has been integrated into the business model. Moreover, he discussed the company’s ethical labor practices especially on how the company treats its employees, including visually impaired persons, fairly and ethically.

MBA Students Learn About Unique Restaurant’s Business Model

To explore how the restaurant effectively operates, the students had a chance to experience an exclusive blind dinner. Students appreciated the fact that the restaurant makes a donation to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand from each diner.

The MBA program at MUIC hopes that this extra-curricular activity would offer unique experience that help support the students’ life-long learning for personal and professional development.


MBA hosts the 5th Executive Seminar in Thailand
Feb 28 2017

The 5th Executive Seminar in Thailand for participants from the Executive MBA program of Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland was organized by the International Graduate Studies (iGS) together with the International Affairs and Networking Section on February 20 – 24, 2017.

The 5-day seminar offered five informative lecturers including Introduction to Thailand and Thai Culture, Global and Thai Business Environment, Cross Cultural Management in Asia, Transformative Leadership in Global Context, and Think Global, Speak Local for Effective Marketing Communications. All lectures offered were designed to ensure that they fit well with the new seminar theme, “Leading across Cultures to Intercultural Management”.

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Besides inclusive lectures, participants had opportunities to visit four well-known companies to learn how to come across the culture barriers to become a global business leader. The first company visit was the Yanhee International Hospital to learn about the world class medical beauty tourism. Next was Pathum Brewery Company Limited to explore how to build a global brand of Singha successfully. The third visit was Thai President Foods Public Company Limited to acquire more knowledge regarding how to become a global leader in consumer products. Last company visit was Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Company Limited to gain more insight how the company can become a global Leader in the international Automobile Industry. The iGS would like to thank all companies who allow us to explore their business. We truly appreciate this kindness.

The five-day seminar ended on February 24, 2017 with the closing ceremony held at Birds and Bees Resort, Pattaya. The closing remarks by Prof. Dr. Claus Schreier, head of Lucerne executive program, accompanied by the participants’ positive feedback, evidenced that the Executive Seminar in Thailand was again successful.

The iGS hopes that the hands-on learning experience will help support their study and their professional development paths, and finally enhance their future.


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Open House 2017 for MBA & MM Programs
Feb 18 2017

On 15th and 18th of February 2017, the international Graduate Studies (iGS) organized Open House at Sathorn campus to introduce MBA in Business Modeling and Development and MM in International Hospitality Management programs to interested visitors.

Open House activities included a welcome session by Dr. Chairawee Anamthawat-Kierig, Chair of Graduate Studies, an introduction of the programs and Q&A session with faculty members and alumni. There was also a tour of the Graduate Center’s facilities on the 12th Floor of Sathorn City Tower.

The application for trimester 3, Academic Year 2016-2017 is now open until 6th of March, 2017.

Open House 2017 for MBA & MM Programs

Open House 2017 for MBA & MM Programs


MBA Conducts 1st CSR Project in Honor of His Majesty
Nov 20 2016

For more than a decade, our late King Bhumibol Adulyadej sought ways to protect, conserve and expand mangrove forests due to his concerns regarding the increase in forest encroachment and his belief in the ecological benefits of mangrove forests.

To follow our late King’s initiative on conservation and development of mangrove forests, MBA students, lecturers and staff members participated in a mangrove planting activity and a visit to a local community in Klong Kone, Samut Songkram on November 19, 2016 to learn more about the self-sufficient way of life.

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The Klong Kone community mangrove conservation center was established in 1991 to reforest an ecologically damaged area and help restore livelihood in a mangrove forest, coastal ecosystem and marine animals. During the first three years of the project, many problems occurred. Nonetheless, with the royal grace of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn—who also viewed mangrove reforestation as an important issue and visited Klong Kone many times during 1997-2004—this area was revitalized and provided many self-sufficient occupations for villagers living along the coast such as fishing, catering, kra-tang or shell farm huts, boat trip services, cork tree planting, and others.

The “Walk in the Footsteps of Our Father,” the first CSR project organized by the MBA program, would embed a sense of social responsibility, enhance awareness of the importance of mangrove forest conservation, and create a passion to contribute to the health and welfare of local community to all attendees. Most importantly, it would stimulate the participants’ realization, understanding and ultimately adherence to the “Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy” initiated by our beloved late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.


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MBA Students Visit Siam Winery
Nov 19 2016

MBA students enrolled in ICBM 511 Accounting Information for Business Analysis, ICBM 512 Economic Analysis for Management and ICBM 517 Strategies for the New Business World at both Sathorn and Salaya campuses visited Siam Winery in Samutsakorn province on November 19, 2016 to learn about its business model.

MBA Students Visit Siam Winery

Siam Winery was established in 1986 by Mr. Chalerm Yoovidhya and has become a leading wine company in Southeast with more than 1,000 employees. Their products include local non-alcohol beverages and fine wine as well as imported wines and premium beverage brands from around the world.

During the visit, students learned about the company’s operations management, products, strategies to become a business leader, economic-related issues, and CSR activities through a presentation, a walk through the wine cellars, and a visit to a demonstration vineyard.

The real life example of business management by visiting companies outside the university increases the students’ understanding of and exposure to curriculum-related topics and also strengthens their life-long learning.


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MUIC Holds 4th Executive Seminar in Thailand
Oct 07 2016

The International Graduate Studies (iGS) together with the International Affairs and Networking Section held the 4th Executive Seminar in Thailand for students from the Executive MBA program of Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland on October 2-7, 2016.

The opening ceremony was held on October 2, 2016. Dr. Chairawee Anamthawat-Kierig, Chair of iGS, welcomed all participants to Salaya Campus. The participants were initially introduced to the history of Mahidol University (MU) and Mahidol University International College by taking a campus tour conducted by the officers from the International Relations Division of MU. Afterwards, Ms. Worada Apirat, Interim Head of the Project Development Unit gave a presentation on “Thailand and Thai Culture.” In the afternoon, they learned about “Thailand Business Environment” presented by Dr. Nuntana Udomkit.
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To provide information and insight about business management in Thailand and other Asian countries, several lectures from different fields were offered. Topics included “Cross Cultural and Global Management” by Asst. Prof. Dr. Supara Kapasuwan; “Transformative Leadership in Modern Organization” by Dr. Malinvisa Sakdiyakorn; “Information Technology and Supply Chain Management” by Dr. Ornlatcha Sivarak; “Investment Climate and Opportunities in Thailand and AEC” by Dr. Kanix Bukkavesa; and “Global and Thai Retail Brief” by Dr. Chairawee Anamthawat-Kierig.

To enhance participants’ experience on how to conduct business in Thailand, Dr. Varang Wiriyawit and Dr. Phassawan Suntraruk, MBA program directors at Sathorn and Salaya campus, respectively, took the participants on a visit to Yanhee International Hospital, a multi-service hospital well-known for its medical cosmetic service. They also visited ThaiBev, Thailand’s leading beverage company, to learn how it runs its business successfully in Thailand and other countries. Moreover, they had an opportunity to visit Home Pro Distribution Center to gain more insight about logistics management in Thailand’s retailing business.
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DMUIC Holds 4th Executive Seminar in Thailand

DMUIC Holds 4th Executive Seminar in Thailand

150_muic_holds_4th_executive_siminar_in_thailand_01The five-day seminar ended on October 7, 2016 with the closing ceremony held at Sathorn City Campus. The iGS Studies was much honored to have Asst. Prof. Dr. Kangwan Yodwisitsak, Associate Dean for International Affairs and Networking, on behalf of the College Dean, to deliver the closing remarks and present the certificates to the seminar participants.
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The closing words from Prof. Dr. Claus Schreier, head of program, accompanied by the participants’ reflections, together with positive feedback on the seminar, demonstrated that the 4th Executive Seminar in Thailand was successful.
The iGS hopes that the hands-on learning experience from the seminar will help support their life-long learning and development, and ultimately enhance their future.

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MBA Students Participate in ‘Wai Kru’
Oct 06 2016

Two MBA students representing the International Graduate Studies (iGS), Mr. Purinut Cheambunchong and Ms. Pemika Sinprasong, participated in the Wai Kru ceremony held on October 6, 2016.

The Wai Kru ceremony is an important occasion for students to pay their respects and express their gratitude to their teachers in order to gain merit and good fortune in the future.
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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phitaya Charupoonphol, Dean of Mahidol University International College (MUIC), and Asst. Prof. Sumalee Singhaniyom, Associate Dean, accompanied by MUIC executives and lecturers, presided over the ceremony held at the Auditorium.

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Orientation for New MBA and MM Students
Sep 10 2016

To welcome new students enrolled in the MBA and MM Programs of the international Graduate Studies (iGS) at both the Sathorn and Salaya campuses, the international Graduate Studies (iGS) held an orientation for them at Sathorn City Campus on September 10, 2016. The iGS was honored to have Asst. Prof. Sumalee Singhaniyom, Associate Dean of Mahidol University International College (MUIC), to give the welcoming speech.

The program included beneficial sessions that would prepare our students academically and socially to be able to excel in the MBA and MM programs and beyond. It was the graduate students’ first opportunity to interact with their fellow classmates, faculty and iGS staff members.

Orientation for New MBA and MM Students

During the academic session, students were introduced to a brief history of Mahidol University and an overview of MUIC. Students also learned all they need to know on how to begin the program, including an overview of program policies, curriculum, a list of faculty and advisors, procedures for graduate requirements, roles of supporting staff, facilities and amenities provided, library resources, and extra-curricular opportunities offered during their term of studies.

Following the academic session, students went through ice breaker activities. This meaningful interaction and relationship session allowed the group of new students to get engaged with each other, share their knowledge, perform meaningful interaction, and have a chance to form relationships with each other.

It is hoped that the MBA & MM orientation helped the graduate students feel fully equipped for the academic challenges that lie ahead. It is also hoped that this exclusive event can create a special atmosphere in which the new students will feel comfortable with themselves and with others and feel more at home while studying in MUIC.

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Congratulations to MBA & MM Class of 2016!
Sep 02 2016

Graduation is a special and significant event and an opportunity to celebrate all that graduates have achieved. It is a day to remember and cherish for the rest of your life.

To celebrate our grads’ big achievement, the MUIC international Graduate Studies (iGS) hosted the “MBA & MM Graduation Party 2016” on August 28, 2016.

On the morning of that day, all graduates and faculty members got together to take group pictures. Afterwards, the graduates attended the commencement rehearsal at the Professor Kasan Chatikavanich, M.D. Lecture Room at the Office of the President Building and came back for the graduation party held at Salaya Pavilion.

Congratulations to MBA & MM Class of 2016!

150_congratualtions_igs_high_GPAThe graduation party started at 12:00 pm. Just like last year, the iGS was much honored to have our Dean, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Phitaya Charupoonphol give the congratulatory speech and present the outstanding awards for Highest GPA to Mr. Preecha Anekwasinchai from MBA in Business Modeling and Development (GPA 3.96) and Mr. Mohammad Shahidul Islam from MM in International Hospitality Management (GPA 3.85).

Congratulations to MBA & MM Class of 2016!

During the party, there were activities for graduates to enjoy and prizes to be won. Everyone took photos and shared this special moment together.

We very much hope that today’s graduating class will consider this success as the first step in achieving greater achievements in the future.

Happy Graduation Day! Your reward lies ahead.

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