Quality Education

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Mahidol University provides the opportunity for everyone to access all educational levels. Ratchasuda College offers programs for hearing-impaired students to enble them to work for a living. The Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital offers a Bachelor of Science program in Communication Disorders to produce specialists in rehabilitation for people with communication disabilities. The University also provides more than 300 scholarships for poor and vulnerable persons. In addition, various academic and research activities for sustainable community development use efficient resource management to promote social equality and a better quality of life. While Mahidol University focuses strongly on the health sciences, it also provides support to other subject areas. The Asian Language and Culture Research Institute, for example, has conducted research with 25 ethnicities since 2004, to create the "Mahidol Model for Endangered Languages and Cultural Revitalization”. This innovation helps restore and develop mother tongues/local languages for the creation of literature, recording the knowledge using the local language, and the educational development of children and youth in various forms with mother-tongue languages and local wisdom as a base. The Model was awarded the world-class UNESCO King Sejong Literacy Prize in 2016. Subsequently, it has been applied in the ethnic digital repository project to promote the preservation of linguistic and cultural diversity. This has led to a bilingual and multi-lingual learning project, which enables ethnic groups to study equally, while preserving their mother tongues/ local languages. Mahidol University also focuses on the quality of education with its policy to drive the international accreditation/certification of its curricula. The University has achieved the highest number of international accreditations in Thailand, with a total of 54 programs. These comprise 24 programs from ASEAN University Network-Quality Assurance (AUN-QA), 9 from Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), 6 from Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), 5 from Music Quality Enhancement (MusiQuE), 3 from International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO), 2 from World Federation for Medical Education (WFME), 2 from Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), 1 from Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH), 1 from United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO.TedQual), and 1 from World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). International accreditation means that these programs are guaranteed for quality and accepted worldwide for further studies and careers at international institutions. In addition, it is an important factor for student decision-making when choosing their preferred educational institution. All of these policies demonstrate that Mahidol University places great importance on education that considers equality of access to quality education and support for lifelong learning opportunities. The University’s strategic plan is to improve courses for students and fulfil the nation’s needs by producing graduates who are Global Citizens with Global Talents.

Highlights
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    15 May 2566
    The Social Network Development for Driving Policy of Early Childhood Development in the 10TH Health Region
    Combining the power of social networks to develop model sub-districts and a model district in early childhood development in the 10TH health region based on the triangle that moves the mountain concept and 4 principles of development of early childhood care by local communities: using the area as a base for development; Taking health into account in every policy the creation of having Participation and building a sense of belonging to the local community.
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    9 Mar. 2565
    Thalassemia Prevention and Control
    Thalassemia and other hemoglobin abnormalities are the most common hereditary diseases in Thailand and other parts of the world.
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    16 May 2566
    “For Your Beloved Teeth” Dental Health Exhibition
    Mahidol University Faculty of Dentistry (MUDT), in collaboration with MUDT Student Association and Central Pinklao Department Store, hold the “For Your Beloved Teeth” Dental Health Exhibition, which is part of extracurricular student activities aiming to cultivate social responsibility in dental students and to promote oral health self-care among all the participants. The exhibition was initiated in 1984, and since then we annually organize the exhibition to provide knowledge, information, and guidance on oral health, for example, oral disease prevention, and dental treatment. We hope to encourage Thai people to recognize the importance of maintaining oral health care.
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    15 May 2566
    Promotion of Human Rights Education in Southeast-Asia
    Promotion of Human Rights Education in Southeast-Asia is one of the strategic programs of the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University. The Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP) has been engaging in the promotion of human rights education within South-east Asian region for more than a decade. Apart from the human rights and peace academic programs at the post-graduate levels, the IHRP works in collaboration with international organizations to strengthen capacities, skills and knowledge on human rights and peace education for the scholars in Southeast Asian countries. Recently, the focus is on Myanmar scholars whose access to education was disrupted by the coup d’etat in 2021.
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    13 May 2566
    The Association Study of Allergic Rhinitis Symptoms and Air Pollution in Bangkok Noi Community in Healthy Thai Project.
    The create knowledge on air pollution and allergies for citizens in the Bangkok Noi community and develop an AQI Alert System equipped with proper instructions.To study the association of rhinitis symptoms and AQI levels and the fine particles matter (PM2.5).
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    13 May 2566
    Development of Health Care System and Community Health Through a Healthcare Database (Bangkok Noi Model)
    Developing a "Healthcare Database," a tool for improving project, activity, and knowledge in response to specific healthcare circumstances in the community and connecting all administrative healthcare mechanisms.
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    9 May 2566
    Enhancing student understanding and awareness of the mangrove ecosystem by Using the Mangrove Survivor board game
    The Mangrove Survivor Board game can be used to promote understanding of the mangrove ecosystem that connects land and sea. The game has low costs so it can be used in all contexts both inside and outside the classroom.
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    5 May 2566
    The “STEM & ROBOTICS CAMP” Workshop
    The project "STEM & ROBOTICS CAMP" is an extracurricular program aimed at developing coding skills for both teachers and students. The activities are conducted in three dimensions, including practical coding training for students and teachers, researching and developing teaching processes for coding, and researching and developing coding teaching materials. The working principles of the team are based on the concept that teaching media used in the activities should be affordable, accessible, and the learning process should be easy to understand, engaging, widely available, and sustainable.
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    25 Jul. 2565
    Norwegian Scholarships Projects - Mahidol & Norway Capacity Building for Myanmar and ASEAN Countries
    This project aims to support capacity building to ensure the education equity of minorities in Myanmar and five ASEAN countries including Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines plus Nepal.
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    Inter Cultural Education Game (ICE – GAME)
    To promote intercultural learning Integration in the curriculum and lesson plans using intercultural materials in Koh Lanta.
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    11 Mar. 2565
    Animal Speak by Mahidol
    Animal Speak by Mahidol with an aim to promote a positive attitude towards animals and educate children and youth regarding animal behaviours and their natural habitats, the university has established ’’Animals Speak [by Mahidol] aired on the Mahidol Kids, Mahidol Channel on Youtube.
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    23 Jan. 2566
    Limbal Stem Cell Transplantation Without Tissue Culture and Reducing Stem Cell Use (SLET: Simple Limbal Epithelial Transplantation)
    Patients who underwent limbal stem cell transplantation using the SLET technique regained their sight and were able to resume their normal lives.
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