International College Payap

International College, Payap University

Payap University has a long history dating back to 1888 and was the first fully accredited private university in Thailand. Since then the university has continued to progress with new departments and faculties, including the Chiang Mai International College.

In 2003 Payap University’s International College started its Bachelor’s Degree program, with the first class graduating in 2007.The International College has undergraduate, postgraduate and certificate programs all taught in English.

Payap’s International College is Truly International – find out why!

Programs:

Payap’s Chiang Mai International College has four undergraduate programs in the areas of:

Graduate programs include:

The International College also offers a number of certificate programs including Intensive Thai Language Courses, Intensive English Program, TESOL Certificate Teacher Training, IELTS/TOEFL Preparation courses.

Accreditation:

Institutional accreditation and recognition at Payap University International College for undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs are given by both the Thailand Ministry of Education and the United States government Department of Education (DOE).  Payap University is also an active member of APHEIT.

For more details visit: International College Accreditation Information

Contact Details:

Contact details for all the international programs are available on the contact page.

Faculty:

The International College has fully qualified lecturers with international experience from a wide range of countries including; Australia, Britain, Canada, Germany, Korea, Ireland, Japan, Thailand and the USA.

Students:

The students that attend the International College come from all across the globe representing 30 countries including; Japan, Korea, Myanmar, Bhutan, Vietnam, Jamaica, Brazil, Sweden, USA, Germany, Turkey, USA.

For more information about the courses offered and programs visit:

Location of the International College in Chiang Mai

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