UMAP student mobility program (Programs A&B 2017-2) is now open for application!Posted on July 5, 2017

UMAP STUDENT MOBILITY PROGRAMS

UMAP student mobility program (Programs A&B 2017-2) is now open for application!

Program Abstract:

Program A:

UMAP Multilateral Student Exchange Program [UME]

Program B:

UMAP Bilateral Student Exchange Program [UBE]

UME is a multilateral exchange program in which UMAP affiliated universities send and receive two students per year. If any two UMAP universities would like to exchange more than two students, they may do so by signing a bilateral agreement (Program B).

Exchanges are made between UMAP affiliated universities on a tuition-waiver basis. Programs can last one or two semesters, beginning in the fall or spring semester.

The UMAP National Secretariat in each participating member country/territory acts as the coordinator for UME. The host university waives tuition fees and assist students in securing appropriate accommodations at a reasonable costs.

 

UBE is a bilateral student exchange made between any two UMAP affiliated universities that would like to exchange more than two students. Conditions for the waiver/non-waiver of tuition fees will depend on the host universities. Programs at the undergraduate or postgraduate level can last one or two semesters, beginning in the fall or spring semester.

The UMAP National Secretariat in each participating member country/territory acts as the coordinator for UBE between UMAP affiliated universities.

Participating universities are encouraged to use the UMAP Credit Transfer Scheme (UCTS) to facilitate the transfer of earned credits to the participants’ home universities.

Program List: http://umap.org/programs/a_b/

Apply program A&B: http://umap.org/forstudents/#application-procedure

How to apply:

  1. Basically choose courses you plan to attend.
  2. Consult your advisor for a study plan and a possibility of credit transfer.
  3. Complete and submit an application form including a set of application materials to the International Affairs Office (IA) pass through an approval from your advisor/ Head of Department and/or relating offices.

Due date of application submission to IA:

First Cycle: Monday 17thJuly 2017

Second Cycle: Monday 11thSeptember 2017

Note: If student application meets the requirements, the applicant will be called for an interview.

For more information: Contact IA, the 6th floor, The Office of The President, KMUTT.

Students have a responsibility to carefully learn more details including

complete and prepare all required documents by themselves.