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A: Students are recommended to review and compare courses offered by the Bachelor of Science in ICT program and Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering program. While both programs offer ICT knowledge in both hardware and software, the Bachelor of Science in ICT program focuses more on software and the Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering program focuses more on hardware. If students would like to pursue a career in software development, the Faculty of ICT offers more comprehensive knowledge and training to prepare the students for their career in software-based ICT while learning about business and management.


  • Programmer, Software Developer
  • IT specialist
  • Systems Analyst, Systems Designer, System Engineer
  • Web Designer, Web Developer
  • Database Administrator, Database Developer
  • Network Administrator, System Administrator
  • IT Security Analyst
  • IT Manager, Electronic Business Manager
  • Quality Assurance Analyst, Quality Assurance Tester


Tuition Fees of Bachelor of Science in ICT (International Program)


Tuition and Expenses / Year

Tuition and Expenses
(Overall Program)

Thai Students

149,000 THB

550,000 THB

International Students

280,000 THB

1,070,000 THB

Tuition Fees of Bachelor of Science in DST (Thai Program)


Education Fee / Semester

Expenses (Overall Program)

1st and 2nd Semester

50,000 THB

475,000 THB

Summer Semester

25,000 THB

The amount does not include meals, accommodation expenses, textbooks and daily living expenses.

A: Living Expenses at Salaya Campus

ListCost per Month (baht)
Rent (one-bedroom, fully furnished, air-conditioned)5,000
Utilities (telephone, electricity, cable, internet, etc…)1,000
Meals for Mon.-Fri. (300 baht per day)1,500
Books, Photocopying costs, Stationery1,000
Miscellaneous (movies, groceries, etc…)1,000

Note: living expense can vary depending on lifestyle.

A: Mahidol University provides on-campus dormitories for students on the first-come first-serve basis.  The priorities are given to the first year students.