1.       What are the qualifications of an MM candidate?

An MM applicant must have at least a bachelor’s degree (in any field). It is important that he/she have at least one year of work experience. Those who have less than one year of work experience need to show equivalent experience or related activities. Also, he/she must submit the English Proficiency score of either CU-TEP 75, TOEFL iBT 79, or IELTS 6.5.

Validity of English proficiency result stands for only a period of 2 years after the test date until Fall (1st) Semester starts. If applicants are US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand citizens, English proficiency score will be exempted. 

2.       How to apply MM?

An individual applicant must submit an MM application form with all required documents online. An applicant follows instructions and upload required documents carefully. Once completed and submitted, wait for the confirmation from the program for further instructions either pay for non-refundable application fee of 1,000 baht at the Siam Commercial Bank or re-submit his/her application. 

For international applicants outside Thailand - paid by credit card (*additional fee may be applied)

3.       When is the period of application submission?

We recruit new students only once a year. The period of application submission* is during the first week of October to the end of January. The Interview examination period* will be held during the middle of February to the first week of March. (*subject to change)

4.       How to prepare or get ready for the interview examination?

MM applicants will be suggested to follow up with the news or events of global business from newspaper, journals, magazines, or other reliable sources.

5.       What is the structure of MM curriculum?

The MM curriculum comprises 36 credits which take approximately 2 years, including the summer semester, in order to complete the program.

6.       What is the class time?

All MM classes are conducted entirely in English, at the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University. Classes are scheduled in the evening on every Thursdays and Fridays from 6.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m., and on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) from 9.00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some certain classes may be conducted over the weekdays but the class schedule will be announced well in advance.

7.       What is the program fee for MM program?

Total expenses for the entire 2 years MM program are approximate 436,000 baht for Thai students, and 694,000 baht for non-Thai students. The program fee are included of textbooks, teaching material, computer services, meals, orientation, and simulation games; but excluded of the expenses for overseas study trips and the expenses for the Foundation Program.

Program fee consists of Tuition fee and Capitation fee and it must be paid to the University prior to the beginning of each semester. The tuition fee for Fall/Spring semester is 24,500 baht for Thai students and 85,200 baht for non-Thai students; while, summer semester costs 7,750 baht and 45,750 baht respectively. The capitation fee for Fall/Spring semester is 99,000 baht for Thai and non-Thai students; while, Capitation fee for summer semester is 49,500 baht.

8.       Where do the instructors come from?

Most of the instructors are full professors from top business schools all over the world. They come from various universities from Asia, Europe, and America. The local professionals are especially selected to teach in their areas of expertise.

9.       What is the different between MM and MBA?

The MM program is specifically designed to provide advanced and in-depth learning in International Business areas; while, the MBA is broad, covering all the primary functions of business.