Basic Thai Conversation Batch 3/2024 is now open for applications!

International Relations Division, in collaboration with the Center of Assessment and Academic Services, Faculty of Liberal Arts, cordially invites Mahidol University staff and students to participate in an Intensive Thai Course: Basic Thai Conversation Batch 3/2024.

This course is available for those who have not previously enrolled in Basic Thai Conversation. Designed for beginners, the course focuses on teaching fundamental Thai conversation skills for daily life, as well as providing insights into Thai traditions and culture.

Schedule: Every Wednesday, from 13.00 to 16.00 hrs. (7th August–25th September 2024)

Location: Room G34, PMH Conference Center, Salaya Campus

Application Period: Open now until 21st July 2024 or until we reach the expected number of applications.

Remarks: While this course is free of charge, selected participants are required to submit a deposit of 1,000 THB to the Mahidol University Account. This deposit ensures commitment to the class. The deposit will be refunded to participants who attend at least 80% of the total class sessions upon completion of the course.



International Affairs Office (IAO) invites MU foreign students and staff to join the Basic Thai Conversation Course taught by professional lecturers from the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Mahidol University.

The course will start from 11th January to 1st March, 2023 (every Wednesday) from 13.00 to 16.00 hrs. at the Sirivitaya Building, Faculty of Arts, Mahidol University.

Apply now – 15th December, 2022. (*It’s free of charge.)

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For more information, please contact us at 02-849-6463.

MUIAO organized the “Thai Language Experiential Learning Trip”

On 22nd March 2023, Mahidol University International Affairs Office (MUIAO) organized the “Thai Language Experiential Learning Trip” to Kudichin Community Area and Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan for foreign students and staff who took the Basic Thai Conversation Course.

Kudichin Community, located on the Chao Praya River’s west bank, is a historic, multicultural neighborhood that houses the Santa Cruz Church, the ancient Chinese Shrine, a Thai-style mosque, and Portuguese-influenced restaurants. Around 2.5 km. away from the community is Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn, a Buddhist temple and one of the world’s most stunning religious structures.

This half-day trip aimed to provide the participants with the opportunity to communicate in Thai and experience Thai culture.