AUN – Thailand Summer camp [CU x MU] aims to introduce students to the vibrant landscape of medical tourism in Thailand while aligning with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being. The initiative offers a unique educational opportunity for students to explore and comprehend the intricate interplay between healthcare practices, cultural contexts, and economic considerations in a globalized world. AUN students will gain firsthand insights into the field of medical tourism and the similarities and differences between Thai traditional and Western medicine. This immersive experience contributes directly to Goal 3 by fostering an understanding of diverse healthcare systems, promoting cross-cultural collaboration, and addressing the global challenges associated with ensuring access to quality healthcare for all.

Moreover, the program delves into the economic aspects of medical tourism, shedding light on how this burgeoning industry impacts the accessibility and affordability of healthcare services.

In essence, participating in this program not only broadens students’ knowledge of medical tourism but also nurtures a holistic perspective on the critical importance of good health and well-being within the framework of sustainable development. Through experiential learning, students become active contributors to the global dialogue surrounding healthcare disparities, making strides towards achieving SDG 3.

Preemptive treatments such as having a balanced diet, consuming organic products, and empowering individuals with knowledge to make healthier choices in their daily lives.

Various types of treatment for illnesses of both the mind and the body. This includes post-surgery care, dental services, and counselling.

*This program will give participants a balanced understanding of two types of tourism development. 

Please contact your global office / international office for internal selection process. All applications must be submitted by the home university, which should include prioritized rankings of applicants from 1st to 3rd.

We emphasize diversity in the allocation process, with a maximum of 3 students per university and 8 students per country within the allotted quotas.

Direct applications from participants will not be accepted by the program.

For more information:

Host: Chulalongkorn University and Mahidol University, Thailand | Website:  | Email: