Introduction A public university Established in 1955 as the first university outside BKK Mission is to produce college-trained personnel to support the industrialization of Thailand’s Eastern sea board As per 2009: 36.000 students 1.100 teaching staff 1.700 general staff 23 faculties & colleges
3 Campuses Burapha University 169 Long-Hard Bangsaen Road, Saen Sook Sub- district, Muang District, Chonburi Province 20131 http://www.buu.ac.th http://www.buu.ac.th Burapha University Chanthaburi Campus 57 Moo.1 Chon Pratan Road, Kamong Sub-district, Tha Mai District, Chanthaburi Province 22170 http://www.chanthaburi.buu.ac.th http://www.chanthaburi.buu.ac.th Burapha University Sakaeo Campus 254 Moo.4 Wattana Nakorn Sub-district, Wattana Nakorn District, Sakaeo Province 27160 http://www.sakaeo.buu.ac.th http://www.sakaeo.buu.ac.th
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Faculties & Colleges Faculty of Nursing Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty of Science, Faculty of Education Faculty of Engineering Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts Faculty of Public Health Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Political Science and Laws Faculty of Logistics Faculty of Sport Science Faculty of Abhaibhubejhr Thai Traditional Medicine Faculty of Management and Tourism Faculty of Allied Health Sciences Graduate School of Public Administration Graduate School of Commerce International College College of Research Methodology and Cognitive Science Faculty of Science and Arts Faculty of Marine Technology Faculty of Gems Faculty of Science and Social Sciences Faculty of Agricultural Technology
International Programs International College Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) Marketing Management Business Information System Logistics Management Tourism and Hotel Management Finance Graduate School of Commerce ( http://www.ex-mba.buu.ac.th) http://www.ex-mba.buu.ac.th Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A) Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Burapha International College http://buuic.buu.ac.th/
Burapha International College Medium of Instruction The medium of instruction for BUUIC programs is in English with the exception of certain free electives. Electives in such subjects as Thai language, Chinese language, and similar preapproved classes will be accepted as elective credits.
Academic calendar The academic calendar year comprises two 16-week semesters and a summer session, as follows: Spring = 10 January – 13 May 2011 Summer = 6 June – 29 July 2011 Fall = 29 August – 16 December 2011
Course Catalog for Marketing General Education 951101 English for Academic Purposes I 951102 English for Academic Purposes II 951103 Academic Writing 951104 English for Specific Purposes 951111 Information Service and Study Fundamentals 951112 Human and Civilization Development 951113 Contemporary World Affairs 951114 Psychology in Everyday Life 951121 Humans and Their Natural Resources and Environment 951122 Humans and Politics 951123 Humanity, Society and Culture 951124 General Knowledge of Thai Society 951125 The Global Economy 951131 Computer and the Internet 951132 Advanced Computer Utilization 951133 General Knowledge of Science 951134 Biodiversity and Conservation 951141 Contexts of Practice 951142 Generic Competency and Its Development 951143 Lifelong Learning in a Global Society Core Courses 953111 Principles of Economics 953221 Principles of Accounting 953262 Business Law 953264 Human Resource Management 953266 Principles of Management 953321 Business Finance 953361 Operations Management 953381 Principles of Marketing 970201 Elementary Statistics 977111 Calculus Required Courses 953263 International Trade Law 953282 Sales Management 953354 Career Planning in Marketing 1(1-0-2) 953355 Internship in Marketing 2(0-6-0) 953382 Price Management 953383 Marketing Channel Management 953384 Promotional Management 953387 Production Management 953481 Consumer Behavior 953482 Marketing Management 953483 Seminars in Marketing 953484 Marketing Research 953487 Strategic Market Plannin Elective Courses 953250 Sales Forecasting 953253 Export-Import Management 953283 Advertising 953284 Business-to-Business Marketing 953305 Electronic Commerce 953313 Retailing 953315 Purchasing 953317 Direct Marketing 953369 Management Negotiation and Strategy 953372 Professional Development for Managers 953386 Marketing Statistics 953421 Industrial Goods Marketing 953423 New Product Development 953469 Reward and Performance Management 953472 Global Competitive Strategies 953485 International Marketing 953486 Integrated Studies in Marketing 953488 Issues in Marketing 953495 Cooperative Education 6(0- 18-0) 953499 Internship 953475 Selected Topics in Marketing. Free Elective (6 credits = 2 courses)
International Program Courses (B.A. in Marketing)
Grading Assessment of Academic Work BUUIC instructors use two evaluation methods: continuous assessment and examinations. Each course has a final written examination that normally lasts for three hours. Continuous assessment will include lecture assignments in the form of essays or short answer questions, and/or projects/case studies. The student’s result in a course will depend on his or her performance in both the continuous assessment and final examination in addition to attendance to the class for at least 80 percent of total contact hours in that course. (i.e., 3 credits hour = 45 hours, students must attend class for at least 36 hours).
Grading system A Excellent 4.00 B+ Very Good 3.50 B Good 3.00 C+ Above Average 2.50 C Average 2.00 D+ Poor 1.50 D Very Poor 1.00 FFail0
There are dormitories for undergraduate and postgraduate students on campus. There are also many private dormitories near the university which are in walking distance to the university. Dormitory
English proficiency test Interested students must have excellent English language skills in order to take part in the exchange program. Therefore an English proficiency test (written test+interview) will be held in middle of March for the fall semester, and middle of September for the spring semester (exact date will be announced). All interested students are invited to take part in the test. Based on the test results, qualified students will be selected who can then start the application process. Students in the last semester of their study are not eligible for participation in the exchange program. Application procedure
Required documentation Qualified students prepare the following documents: Completed application form (download from http://buuic.buu.ac.th/ic/downloads.html) Transcript of records from previous academic year / semester Three recent one-inch photographs 1 recommendation letters from applicant's teacher Copy of house registration Copy of ID card Physician's health certificate Application procedure
Submission procedure The forms must be submitted at the office of the program coordinator (Dr. 邱彥婷 ) T: 07-6011000 ext. 4223 email@example.com The submission deadline for fall semester (August-December) is 1. April. spring semester (January-May): 1.October Application procedure
Selection & notification The final selection and nomination of exchange students is based on 2 criteria: English language proficiency Available study places If necessary the academic performance (grade point average) will also be referred to. Further issues Once the exchange students have been nominated, they can at this point: Apply for student visa at Thai Consulate in Taipei Check availability of accommodation at BUU Check available financial support from school Application procedure
Q&A session In order to help students prepare for their life abroad, there will be a Q&A session with the program coordinator prior to the students’ departure. The session will be held in end of December (for the spring semester) and in end of June (for the fall semester). The exact dates will be announced. Apart from Q&A session, there will be an introductory seminar every year in September (orientation for new incoming students) to introduce the exchange program and exchange possibilities to interested students. Further information For further information please visit the website of Burapha University at www.buu.ac.th,www.buu.ac.th the website of Burapha International College at http://buuic.buu.ac.th/http://buuic.buu.ac.th/ or consult your program coordinator! Application procedure
Foreign students who require a visa for study at Burapha University should follow these procedures: Documents to be submitted with visa applications: 1. Applicant’s travel documents with not less than six months validity 2. One copy of visa application form completely filled out 3. Two passport-sized photographs of the applicant taken within six months 4. Copy of certificate of admission from Burapha University 5. Documents certifying that the applicant will have sufficient financial support 6. Visa fee Students can apply for a visa at any Royal Thai Embassy and Consulate Apply for a Visa
Non-Immigrant Visa & Visa Extension A non-immigrant visa for entrants is valid for 90 days. Foreign students can extend their non-immigrant visas before the expiry date by submitting documentation, as follows: 1. Letter of acceptance from Burapha University 2. Photocopy of passport 3. Photocopy of receipt (Tuition and fees) 4. Photocopy of student ID card 5. One recent photograph of the applicant (4 x 6 cm). Apply for visa extension at: Office of Immigration Bureau Jermjomphon Rd. Sri Racha, Chonburi 20110, Thailand Tel: 66 38 429409, 66 38 410240 Contact person: Ms. Piyachat Srinarong, Admission Officer, BUUIC.