MU-HCEM Scholarship

Norwegian Scholarship Project: Mahidol University-Norway Human Capital Empowerment in Myanmar (HCEM)

Scholarship for students from Myanmar, in partnership with Norway Government

Apply by: Now until 31 March 2024 (the 2nd round of direct admission)

About Us

Faculty of Science, Mahidol University offers the International undergraduate programs in Biomedical Science, Bioresources and Environmental Biology, Materials Science and Nano Engineering, Industrial Mathematics, Actuarial Science, and Bioinnovation which are coordinated dual-degree with extended postgraduate programs in conjunction with overseas universities. The programs will provide unique opportunities for students to combine courses from more than one school, so creating an interdisciplinary academic experience, and to pursue additional academic interests along with their undergraduate degrees.

We are offering scholarships with 100% of tuition fees covered by the Norwegian Scholarship Project: Mahidol University-Norway Human Capital Empowerment in Myanmar and a stipend of 10,000THB per month for living expenses including healthcare insurance, and also cover the costs of your landing expense.


You can apply for this scholarship if you:

Applicants for the Biomedical Science program are required to submit a standard English Proficiency Test. Read more…

Eligible program
Award duration: 4 years (entry year: 2024)
How to apply:
 Please follow below steps to apply this scholarship:

(1) Choose and apply for a SIM program onlineYou must apply for a SIM program through the second round of direct admission portal and receive an offer to study a full-time B.Sc. program before being considered for a scholarship.

(2) All relevant admission application documents, education background and interview performance will be assessed and chosen by the Program Committee. 

(3) Final list of successful applicants will be announced individually through the Mahidol University student portal. 

Any questions, please contact the SIM office via e-mail,

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