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Mahidol University International College - MUIC News Mahidol University International College has been providing quality liberal arts education to students from around Thailand and the world. For an institution of higher learning founded more than three decades ago, Mahidol University International College has come a long way.

It is now recognized as the leading international college in a public university in Thailand, noted for its liberal education and diverse and international environment. MUIC’s modest beginnings and its continuing success in meeting challenges serves as an inspiration.

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📸 Master Class in TheatreMahidol University International College’s (MUIC) Theatre Club held an online seminar-workshop ...
02/08/2021

📸 Master Class in Theatre

Mahidol University International College’s (MUIC) Theatre Club held an online seminar-workshop called "Masterclass" every Friday during the period January 29 to February 26, 2021.

Featuring Ms. Phitchaya Muangsukham, a first-generation alumna of Mahidol University Musical Theatre, as resource person, she shared valuable in-depth knowledge about improving vocal skills and techniques, enhancing aptitude as performers and artists, as well as building empowering environments at both personal and societal levels.

Fifty participants along with observers from abroad with different backgrounds enjoyed and learned much from this series of seminar-workshops.

The club said this seminar-workshop led to extended activities such as “Masterclass Before and After Results” and “You Will Be Found Virtual Ensemble” videos shared on its social media platforms. “Our theatre community is rapidly growing as we speak and we are elated. Please stay tuned,” the club statement added.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/master-class-in-theatre/

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📸 Inner Peace MelodyThe MUIC Inner Peace Club held its second online activity called “Inner Peace Melody” on June 21-28,...
30/07/2021

📸 Inner Peace Melody

The MUIC Inner Peace Club held its second online activity called “Inner Peace Melody” on June 21-28, 2021 with a total of 210 participants.

All participants had to post their favorite song on their Instagram Story using the new music feature and they had to write 2-3 sentences describing how the song had a positive impact on them.

This activity aims to help relieve anxiety through music which acts as a medium for processing traumatic and sad emotions. Listening to music can also benefit one’s overall well-being, help regulate one’s emotions, and create happiness and relaxation in everyday life.

This last activity of the Inner Peace Club for the current trimester did not offer any prize because the club aimed mainly to let students enjoy this activity by sharing good songs to others.

Please kindly follow us on social media for updates about the Inner Peace Club and our activities.

Instagram: @innerpeaceclub_muic

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/inner-peace-melody-2/

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📸 “Cycling Classroom”Mahidol University International Club’s (MUIC) Cycling Club launched an educational website in an a...
30/07/2021

📸 “Cycling Classroom”

Mahidol University International Club’s (MUIC) Cycling Club launched an educational website in an activity called "Cycling Classroom" that ran from June 14 to July 4, 2021.

The website’s contents are aimed at teaching cycling techniques to both beginner and professional cyclists. At the end of the lessons, the 12 participants had to complete a quiz and were rewarded with club stickers.
https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/cycling-classroom/

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📸 MUIC Students Win Regional Award in Startup Thailand League 2021A group of Mahidol University International College (M...
29/07/2021

📸 MUIC Students Win Regional Award in Startup Thailand League 2021

A group of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) students won a regional award in the Startup Thailand League Pitching Stage 2021 held on July 10 - 11, 2021.

Gophi Team composed of Ms. Sopanant Datta (enrolled in the Food Science and Technology major), Ms. Siriyakorn Chudhakorn (Biological Sciences major) and Ms. Saruda Bhumapanich (International Business major) won the regional-round award and was, consequently, selected to participate in the national-round competition in the upcoming Demo Day.

Two other teams of students from MUIC presented their work. They are as follows:

Greenery Buddy Team composed of Ms. Thiptakran Sukhicharoenkul (Marketing major), Ms. Peem Viryasiri (International Hospitality Management major), Ms. Titaporn Sangthien (Marketing major), Ms. Parimapart Jinjutapart (International Business major), Mr. Teerapat Chalemkiat (Marketing major); and

Orange Rocket Team composed of Mr. Thanawin Teerasangjun (Computer Science major) and Mr. Pitipat Gumphusiri (Computer Science major).

Each of the three teams was rewarded with 25,000 Baht by the National Innovation Agency (NIA) to encourage and support youth in start-up entrepreneurship. Over 400 teams participated in the regional round.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/muic-students-win-regional-award-in-startup-thailand-league-2021/

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📸 CDP Students’ Works in AUN ExhibitionFive projects of students of the Communication Design Program of Mahidol Universi...
28/07/2021
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📸 CDP Students’ Works in AUN Exhibition

Five projects of students of the Communication Design Program of Mahidol University International College’s (MUIC) Fine and Applied Arts Division were selected to be included in the ASEAN University Network on Culture and Arts’ (AUN-CA) event called “Crosslight Arts Festival: Get Ready to Innovate, Asia!” from July 26 to 30, 2021.

Screened on the AUN-CA’s online platform including page, YouTube channel, and website, the exhibition was an opportunity “for the students and teachers of AUN+3 member universities to share and foster deeper understanding of each country’s culture, through various forms of design highlighting the people, place, art and heritage of their respective countries or any innovative/artistic response to the present pandemic situation.”

The following is the list of students and their respective projects:

The Crosslight Design Art Exhibition:

1. “Depart: Unlock the New Odyssey” (post- Covid theme phone application) created by Ms. Karawan Naonasin, Ms. Chanoknun Putthanuntadej, Ms. Pusida Pingkarawat, Ms. Papatyada Dechakorn, Ms. Jirachaya Worakittiphan, and Mr. Chartcharnmon Singmano.

“Depart” is an ultramodern new normal traveling application for Generation Z created to reply to the expected “post- Covid” travel situation in Thailand. The application consists of special features offering travelers’ new experiences with existing and new places while having a sense of safe and secure environment to travel. Features of the application focus on activities that encouraging the users to go out and traveling with their friends again after the pandemic. The users can customize their trips with friends by inviting them in. They can also share their traveling experiences together with features like sharing short video clips, creating their trips albums, participating in a seasonal competition to win together, collecting points, sharing and enjoying promotional discounts together which in turn will encourage them to travel even more. This will also help in boosting the economy of the country in general.

2. “Roamin’: Zoomers’ Intuitive Navigation” (post-Covid theme phone application) created by Ms. Pattatan Pawatuangsunit, Ms. Ananya Pawa, Mr. Neranchara Rujiprachakorn, Mr. Kan Mekrugsawanich, Ms. Sukritta Saenverm and Mr. Panuves Ratanachaijaroen.

Roamin’ is a unique post-Covid travel application tailored to Generation Z. It is inspired by Tinder where businesses and customers can perfectly find each other based on their health log and travel preferences in real-time. Both ends benefit from the filtering process and are encouraged to practice better safety standards to access more places and gain more customers. Roamin’ is a helpful bestie with a super fresh and playful personality that will enhance Zoomers’ intuitive navigation through the application.

3. “Pai-ja: Fun and Safe Travel” (post-Covid theme AR Game-based phone application) created by Ms. Wipada Poolpituk, Ms. Ramol Srivaleetron, Ms. Kanokpan Anantakoon, Ms. Prima Dolorfino, Ms. Panthakorn Aroonwatanaporn, Ms. Vachiraporn Sidthilerdcharoen, Ms. Puttita Kiatsuarpanont, Mr. Tinh Bhothipiti, Ms. Kritinatcha Rojplasathien, and Mr. Asawin Romyanond and Mr. Warot Tiyakun.

“Pai-ja” is an AR game-based travel application for Generation Z designed especially for post- Covid travel situation in Thailand. This application offers both fun, safe, and unique experiences that users can enjoy with their friends. The AR system allows users to capture the tourist spot as part of a souvenir collection which can then be viewed anytime anywhere. Finally, Pai-ja is envisioned to be an application the users can trust once they plan to travel as the safety of our users is the main concern.

4. “Travel Tale: Plan Your Journey with Friends” (post-Covid theme AR Game-based phone application) created by Mr. Poom Suksirivecharuk, Ms. Piraorn Chinaprayoon, Ms. Arisra
Saengphithak, Ms. Pratabjai Ratanasirivilai and Ms. Taya Urapewacharewan

“Travel Tale” is an AR game-based travel application for Generation Z that is full of novelty storyline, competition, and discount reward. It is an application designed for post-Covid situations in Thailand that supports secure and reliable locations. This application includes a storyline for users to enjoy while using the app. Also, users are able to choose their teams to complete the mission and meet many new friends. Travel Tale also provides reward in the form of game and discount coupon for users for use with participating stores.

The Crosslight Film Festival:

1. “Stories from the Lockdown” (series of 2D animation) created by Ms. Monnapa Jantarovart, Mr. Intouch Kachanan, Ms. Punchika Supadirekkul and Mr. Pipit Sinsudtipong, designers; and Dr. Matthew Ferguson, script writer.

Many see the momentous event of Covid -19 to have accelerated the inevitable transition to online education. However, what social distancing and online learning has revealed is that there is an under-represented desire for meeting—in person. The ritual of meeting in person at a class time in a classroom environment over the course of weeks has important social, cultural, and educational values, and the extent to which this can be simulated via online platforms is not well understood. “Stories from the Lockdown” is a 2D animation series showcasing students’ online learning experiences through their narratives that highlight what they have missed along with their expectations.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/cdp-students-works-in-aun-exhibition/

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Five projects of students of the Communication Design Program of Mahidol University International College’s (MUIC) Fine and Applied Arts Division were selected to be included in the ASEAN University Network on Culture and Arts’ (AUN-CA) event called “Crosslight Arts Festival: Get Ready to Inno...

📸 Students in Online Meeting with MUIC Dean and ExecutivesAssoc. Prof. Dr. Chulathida Chomchai, M.D., Dean of Mahidol Un...
28/07/2021

📸 Students in Online Meeting with MUIC Dean and Executives

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chulathida Chomchai, M.D., Dean of Mahidol University International College (MUIC), and the College’s executive team had a virtual meeting with students during an online event entitled “Talk to the Dean: The Living Room” on July 27, 2021 via Zoom application.

During this online event attended by 270 students, Dean Chulathida and the executives announced the College’s new policy for the next trimester (T1/2021 - 2022) and also discussed scholarship grants and counseling service, exchange program, and the new Sky system (Sky+).

During the open forum, the students asked many questions on issues such as Covid-19 relief measures, vaccination, tuition fee reduction, study plans for the next trimester and others.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/students-in-online-meeting-with-muic-dean-and-executives/

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His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Birthday Warmest Birthday Greetings to HM King Maha VajiralongkornFrom the Execut...
28/07/2021

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Birthday
Warmest Birthday Greetings to HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn

From the Executives, Faculty, Staff and Students of MUIC

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Birthday
Warmest Birthday Greetings to HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn

From the Executives, Faculty, Staff and Students of MUIC

🟣 The Living Room by The Dean and executives 27 July 2021 from 1.00-2.30 pm via Zoom Application.The Living Room is a re...
27/07/2021

🟣 The Living Room by The Dean and executives
27 July 2021 from 1.00-2.30 pm via Zoom Application
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The Living Room is a refresh of the "Talk to the Dean" where students are free to come and chat with our IC executives. Students are welcome to ask any questions they wish and our executives will answer them. Please find more details about the zoom meeting below.
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Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/99528345921?pwd=bmpoRWxmeXkyTkYwd091UjlQZjByZz09
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Meeting ID: 995 2834 5921
Passcode: 552051

🟣 The Living Room by The Dean and executives
27 July 2021 from 1.00-2.30 pm via Zoom Application
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The Living Room is a refresh of the "Talk to the Dean" where students are free to come and chat with our IC executives. Students are welcome to ask any questions they wish and our executives will answer them. Please find more details about the zoom meeting below.
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Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/99528345921?pwd=bmpoRWxmeXkyTkYwd091UjlQZjByZz09
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Meeting ID: 995 2834 5921
Passcode: 552051

🟣 MUIC’s Role ModelsMUIC 360° Magazine’s Issue No. 2 (April-June 2021) features the college’s primary role models—its ha...
26/07/2021

🟣 MUIC’s Role Models

MUIC 360° Magazine’s Issue No. 2 (April-June 2021) features the college’s primary role models—its hardworking faculty members. We interviewed 17 ajarns who won in the recent MUIC Outstanding Faculty Awards and MUIC Outstanding Ajarn Awards for their thoughts about their vital role in teaching and inspiring their students.

Online version:​ https://bit.ly/3i6X8AR​​
PDF version:​ https://bit.ly/3rwVFa0

📸 “Aasa By You”The Volunteer Club of Mahidol University International College organized an online activity entitled “Aas...
24/07/2021

📸 “Aasa By You”

The Volunteer Club of Mahidol University International College organized an online activity entitled “Aasa By You” on June 21-25, 2021.

In this activity, participants were assigned to complete the challenge given each day and submit their evidence through the club’s official LINE account. The five-day challenges consisted of inviting friends to join the activity, exercising, cleaning the house, separating wastes, and pleasing family members. A total of 100 students have accomplished the activity.

“Aasa By You” has allowed students to relieve their stress from their online studies during the pandemic as well as inspired them to do good for themselves, society, and the environment.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/aasa-by-you-2/

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📸 Airline Pilot and In-flight Manager in Career TalkThe THM Club held “Talk with Airline Pilot & Inflight Manager,” its ...
24/07/2021

📸 Airline Pilot and In-flight Manager in Career Talk

The THM Club held “Talk with Airline Pilot & Inflight Manager,” its last activity for Trimester 3/2020-2021, on June 15, 2021.

Students who are interested in a career in the airline industry attended the online event and learned much from the sharing of experiences of the guest speakers, Ms. Chanita Pokanantasuk, In-flight Manager at Thai Smile Airways and Ms. Wisa Benjapornchai, Pilot/First Officer at Nokscoot Airlines.

They both described problems they encountered in the course of their work and how they solved them. They also outlined the requirements a student has to fulfill before becoming a pilot or an in-flight manager. Equally important was a discussion on how Covid-19 has affected the airline industry and the speakers’ own careers.

After the talk there was a Q & A session and also a Kahoot game where the top 5 winners each received a Starbucks Gift Card with a value of 800 Baht, 700 Baht, 600 Baht, 500 Baht, and 400 Baht, respectively.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/airline-pilot-and-in-flight-manager-in-career-talk/

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📸 “IC Party Night”The largest online event that Mahidol University International College (MUIC) has ever had, “IC Party ...
24/07/2021

📸 “IC Party Night”

The largest online event that Mahidol University International College (MUIC) has ever had, “IC Party Night,” organized by the Student Association, was successfully staged on June 25, 2021 with up to 500 participants.

“IC Party Night” was a 3.5-hour online event on Zoom, allowing participants to enjoy the virtual activities together at the same time. The event was divided into three main sessions: Bingo, party games and concert. All the sessions were run by eight talented students who acted as the event’s MCs, ensuring that the online event was full of fun and enjoyment at all times.

All of the participants received an e-gift set through the seat confirmation process which included their ticket, post card, and Zoom virtual background. During each session, all participants had a chance to engage online and win some prizes. The Zoom chat showed how the participants enjoyed it. The feedback was very satisfying, with most of the participants saying that they loved this activity and want it to happen again in the future.

https://muic.mahidol.ac.th/eng/ic-party-night-2/

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