A distinctive feature of the MUIC curriculum is its strong focus on liberal arts and the promotion of a learning culture that prepares its students to meet the challenges of living and working in the 21st century.
MUIC offers a broad spectrum of undergraduate and graduate degree programs In the sciences, arts and management, designed to instill not only analytic and critical thinking skills but also creativity, problem-solving and research skills.
While MUIC students are expected to be proficient in the English skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing, they are also given an opportunity to learn other languages, namely, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, German and Thai.
MUIC’s international profile, in conjunction with its partner universities, attracts inbound international visiting, exchange and full-time students from around the world, creating a setting in which all students are able to develop cross-cultural sensibilities.
Through its community outreach efforts and student volunteer projects, MUIC encourages its students to serve the greater community, enabling them to exercise their social responsibilities and civic duty.
The MUIC Student Association and its satellite of student clubs provide multiple opportunities for students to pursue their personal interest in sports, the martial arts, cycling, debate, music, art, photography and business case studies, among others, and through this process enhance their interpersonal communication, team-building and leaderships skills.
Over the years MUIC graduates have launched successful careers in the arts,communication, the entertainment industry, business enterprises, technology, tourism and hospitality, academia, medicine, research, the sciences, as well as government and non-government organizations.
Finally, MUIC strongly promotes the issue of life-long learning, given the complexities and demands of an ever-changing and inter-connected global community.