Mahidol University

Faculty of Science


International Cooperation Division

The ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme

AIMS is a multilateral platform to promote and enhance academic mobility in the region of Southeast Asia and beyond. This will help to increase the flow and exchange of students and contribute to the development of globalised human resources to promote regional collaboration and integration.

The programme currently offers 10 study fields including Hospitality and Tourism, Agriculture, Language and Culture, International Business, Food Science and Technology, Engineering, Economics, Environmental Management and Science, Biodiversity and Marine Science, and as of July 2018, a total of 69 higher education institutionhave been nominated by their respective governments to participate in the Programme and over 3400 students have participated in exchanges under the AIMS Programme.

Faculty of Science, Mahidol University offers Biodiversity programme. The selected students will participate in the programme for one semester and must enroll for 9 credits or 3 subjects and the credits can be transfered to their home university.

Participanting Countries in AIMS

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Brunei Darusasalem

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Indonesia

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Malaysia

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Thailand

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The Republic of the Philippines

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The Socialist Republic of Vietnam

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Japan

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The Republic of Korea

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Singapore

(Singapore hae recently expressed interest in the AIMS Programme and has been submitted a letter to join the Programme as the 9th Member country)

Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Student (AIMS) Program
The 12th Review Meeting of th ASEAN International Mobility for Student, 7-9 November 2018, Vietnam
The 11th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Student, 1-3 November 2017, Republic of Indonesia
The 10th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Student, 14-16 November 2016, Malaysia
Contact person

Mr. Sethavudh Kaewviset

E-Mail: sethavudh.kae@mahidol.ac.th

Tel: (662)-201-5073, Fax : (662)-201-5963

Designed by Rungrat Suriyin