Applications and Admissions

For Visiting and Exchange Students

Applications and admissions for full-time international students are processed by the MUIC Admissions Office. For complete information, including the Academic Calendar, click on the Admissions link on the Home Page.

Exchange students come to MUIC for one or more trimesters as part of their home universities’ study abroad programs. MUIC very much values their contributions to the international atmosphere of the College and makes every effort to ensure that exchange students feel at home.

Visiting students attend MUIC for one or more trimesters, applying the academic credits earned to an ongoing degree program at their home institution, even though their home universities may not be partners with MUIC.

Admission Requirements for Exchange Students

  • Nomination letter from the Home University
  • Reference letter from the Home University
  • An official transcript
  • Completed Exchange Student Application Form
  • A copy of passport
  • Proof of Health Insurance

Admission Requirements for Visiting Students

  • 2 Reference letters from the Home University
  • An official transcript
  • Certificate of TOEFL/IELTS Score*
  • Completed Visiting Student Application Form
  • A copy of passport
  • Proof of Health Insurance

*Note: Visiting students who are not native English speakers must submit one of the following English tests: iBT TOEFL (score of 79 or above with a Writing Score of at least 25) or IELTS (score of 6.0 or above with writing 6.0)

Fees Structure for Visiting Students (in Thai Baht)
Application fee
(pay one time)
1,400 Baht
University fee
per Trimester
20,000 Baht
Tuition Fee
per Trimester
Lecture credit - 3,300 Baht
Science Lab credit – 6,200 Baht
CDP Lab credit
(for Communication Design-ICCD) - 6,600 Baht
Studio Lab credit
(for ICEM,ICAP,ICFP,ICTP) – 12,300 Baht
Bank fee 20 Baht


  1. The Tuition fee may vary, depending on the laboratory hours required and/or how many subjects the student will register for.
  2. Tuition fee is 3,300 Baht per credit for lecture classes. Most classes are 4 credits = 13,200 Baht per one subject.
  3. Students might need to cover the expenses of additional text books as recommended by the lecturers.
  4. The fees above do not include living expenses, books and housing.
  5. The specific fees may be subject to change