2 Introduction A public university Established in 1955 as the first university outside BKKMission is to produce college-trained personnel to support the industrialization of Thailand’s Eastern sea boardAs per 2009:students1.100 teaching staff1.700 general staff23 faculties & colleges
4 3 CampusesBurapha University 169 Long-Hard Bangsaen Road, Saen Sook Sub-district, Muang District, Chonburi ProvinceBurapha University Chanthaburi Campus 57 Moo.1 Chon Pratan Road, Kamong Sub-district, Tha Mai District, Chanthaburi ProvinceBurapha University Sakaeo Campus 254 Moo.4 Wattana Nakorn Sub-district, Wattana Nakorn District, Sakaeo Province
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6 Faculties & Colleges Faculty of Nursing Faculty of Humanities and Social SciencesFaculty of Science, Faculty of EducationFaculty of EngineeringFaculty of Fine and Applied ArtsFaculty of Public HealthFaculty of MedicineFaculty of Political Science and LawsFaculty of LogisticsFaculty of Sport ScienceFaculty of Abhaibhubejhr Thai Traditional MedicineFaculty of Management and TourismFaculty of Allied Health SciencesGraduate School of Public AdministrationGraduate School of CommerceInternational CollegeCollege of Research Methodology and Cognitive ScienceFaculty of Science and ArtsFaculty of Marine TechnologyFaculty of GemsFaculty of Science and Social SciencesFaculty of Agricultural TechnologyFaculties &Colleges
7 International Programs International CollegeBachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) MarketingManagementBusiness Information SystemLogistics Management Tourism and Hotel ManagementFinanceGraduate School of Commerce (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.)
9 Burapha International College Medium of InstructionThe 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.
10 Academic calendarThe academic calendar year comprises two 16-week semesters and a summer session, as follows:Spring = 10 January – 13 May 2011Summer = 6 June – 29 July 2011Fall = 29 August – 16 December 2011
11 Course Catalog for Marketing General EducationEnglish for Academic Purposes IEnglish for Academic Purposes IIAcademic WritingEnglish for Specific PurposesInformation Service and Study FundamentalsHuman and Civilization DevelopmentContemporary World AffairsPsychology in Everyday LifeHumans and Their Natural Resources and EnvironmentHumans and PoliticsHumanity, Society and CultureGeneral Knowledge of Thai SocietyThe Global EconomyComputer and the InternetAdvanced Computer UtilizationGeneral Knowledge of ScienceBiodiversity and ConservationContexts of PracticeGeneric Competency and Its DevelopmentLifelong Learning in a Global SocietyCore CoursesPrinciples of EconomicsPrinciples of AccountingBusiness LawHuman Resource ManagementPrinciples of ManagementBusiness FinanceOperations ManagementPrinciples of MarketingElementary Statistics Calculus Required CoursesInternational Trade LawSales ManagementCareer Planning in Marketing 1(1-0-2)Internship in Marketing 2(0-6-0)Price ManagementMarketing Channel ManagementPromotional ManagementProduction ManagementConsumer BehaviorMarketing ManagementSeminars in MarketingMarketing ResearchStrategic Market PlanninElective CoursesSales ForecastingExport-Import ManagementAdvertisingBusiness-to-Business MarketingElectronic CommerceRetailingPurchasingDirect MarketingManagement Negotiation and StrategyProfessional Development for ManagersMarketing StatisticsIndustrial Goods MarketingNew Product DevelopmentReward and Performance ManagementGlobal Competitive StrategiesInternational MarketingIntegrated Studies in MarketingIssues in MarketingCooperative Education 6(0-18-0)InternshipSelected Topics in Marketing.Free Elective (6 credits = 2 courses)
14 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).
15 Grading system A Excellent 4.00 B+ Very Good 3.50 B Good 3.00 C+ Above Average 2.50C AverageD+ PoorD Very PoorF Fail 0
16 DormitoryThere 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.
17 Application procedure English proficiency testInterested 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.
18 Application procedure Required documentationQualified students prepare the following documents:Completed application form (download fromTranscript of records from previous academic year / semesterThree recent one-inch photographs 1 recommendation letters from applicant's teacher Copy of house registration Copy of ID card Physician's health certificate
19 Application procedure Submission procedureThe forms must be submitted at the office of the program coordinator (Dr. 邱彥婷)T: ext. 4223The submission deadline forfall semester (August-December) is 1. April.spring semester (January-May): 1.October
20 Application procedure Selection & notificationThe final selection and nomination of exchange students is based on 2 criteria:English language proficiencyAvailable study placesIf necessary the academic performance (grade point average) will also be referred to.Further issuesOnce the exchange students have been nominated, they can at this point:Apply for student visa at Thai Consulate in TaipeiCheck availability of accommodation at BUUCheck available financial support from school
21 Application procedure Q&A sessionIn 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 informationFor further information please visitthe website of Burapha University atthe website of Burapha International College ator consult your program coordinator!
22 Apply for a VisaForeign 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 validity2. One copy of visa application form completely filled out3. Two passport-sized photographs of the applicant taken within six months4. Copy of certificate of admission from Burapha University5. Documents certifying that the applicant will have sufficient financial support6. Visa feeStudents can apply for a visa at any Royal Thai Embassy and Consulate
23 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 submittingdocumentation, as follows:1. Letter of acceptance from Burapha University2. Photocopy of passport3. Photocopy of receipt (Tuition and fees)4. Photocopy of student ID card5. One recent photograph of the applicant (4 x 6 cm).Apply for visa extension at:Office of Immigration BureauJermjomphon Rd.Sri Racha, Chonburi 20110, ThailandTel: ,Contact person: Ms. Piyachat Srinarong, Admission Officer, BUUIC.