Every step you need to know about our programs

Why choose Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus (MUKA)?

If you think of a university with green or natural area, Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus Must be ranked in the top 10 of the country for sure. Because, here at Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus, it is a place that is very astonishing, surrounded by mountains and refreshing nature on the area of more than 2600 acres. With natural environment and courses offered here that are conducive to learning both inside and outside the classroom, Kanchanaburi campus continues to be popular with those interested in further studies.

One more charm of Kanchanaburi Campus, the indigenous plants, hidden gem of Kanchanaburi Campus that bloom and fall in season, making people, who come to visit, amazed by the its exquisite nature.

Every year there will be researchers, exchange students and the visiting delegations who wish to come to study for knowledge, organize activities and make use of this learning area continuously. Therefore, Kanchanaburi Campus is a university for learners under an environment suitable for learning both inside and outside the classroom under the vision of Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus to be the “Wisdom of the West “

Bachelor of Science Program in Agricultural Science

Agricultural Science Program of Mahidol University integrates science and agricultural knowledge to produce students with both theoretical and practical skills in entire process. Complete agriculture covers production and management, breeding and processing of crops, animals, insects and microbes focusing on the aspects of energy, health, industrialized agriculture, environment including agri-business with environmental-friendly technologies.

We bridge joyful activities to social engagement for sustainable establishment of future carriers such as smart farmers, agricultural scientists, academia and entrepreneurs in Agricultural Science and related interdisciplinary field.

Bachelor of Science program in Food Technology

The bachelor of Science in Food Technology program creates future food technologists that are responsible for health and well-being of society.

Our program provides student with the knowledge and skills in the application of science and technology for large-scale production of food products that nutritious, safe compliant with standards and regulations, and meet consumers; demands. The program also focuses on quality system and food research and development.

Bachelor of Science program in Conservation Biology

The Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology is only available at one university in Thailand. Conservation Biology is an applied science, in which students gain essential knowledge on biology and its interrelationship with social sciences, economics, and sustainable development.

We are committed to produce highly capable graduates with the broad knowledge, skills and compassion required for a career in conservation biology. Our students are capable of implementing their skills and knowledge to protect, conserve and restore biological diversity.

Bachelor of Science in Geoscience

Geoscience is the study of the Earth and Planet to understand its origin and development through the integration of multidisciplinary including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Computer Science.

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Environmental Engineering and Disaster Management

This Bachelor of Engineering program is unique in integrating environmental engineering and disaster management. Our graduates have the ability to design, control and supervise various pollutions treatment systems including waste, wastewater and air pollution. The graduates are able to design utility systems such as water supply and water resources management systems. In addition, they can apply the knowledge of disaster management in emergency response and management.

Bachelor of Accountancy Program

Our Accounting Degree focuses on establishing the Graduates to have prominent characteristics to apply the knowledge in accounting and business administration by integrating all functional knowledge into a whole picture and using the accounting information technology for managing, decisions, tax compliance, planning at all time. In addition to the expected professional characteristics, graduates must have the business ethics to construct the global societal sustainability.

Bachelor of Business Administration Program

The program aims to build high caliber manager, and to equip students with modern business management practices including but not limited to in-depth organization management, specialized practices in offline and online business, marketing, human capital management, finance, accounting, operation management, and production.

The method of learning is conducted through planning, analyzing, negotiation, strategic management, start-ups, Small and Medium Enterprise (SME), and Innovation-Driven Enterprise (IDE) provided by experts in each field.

The Kanchanaburi Campus of Mahidol University offers 7 undergraduate programs in Accounting, Business Administration, Agricultural Science, Conservation Biology, Food Technology, Geoscience and Environmental Engineering and Disaster Management. Admission system of the students is operated according to the policy of Thai University Central Admission System (TCAS), which was launched four years ago and set by Council of University Presidents of Thailand. The system of 2023 academic year consisted of four rounds of admission. The first round required students to submit their “portfolio” to be considered by universities. The second round was dubbed “quota round”, where each university allotted placements to students in specific regions or with special talents. These first two rounds involved no written exam but may require an interview under criteria set by the program committee. The third round involved a central examination with each student choosing four possible subjects without ranking their preferred order. The fourth round consisted of another central exam score consideration while each student can choose and rechoose another four subjects, which was ordered by their preferences.

Admission and Screening Process for UG Prospective Students, Academic Year 2024

Round 1: Portfolio

Details of Portfolio admission and screening process for UG prospective students in academic year 2024 are as follows:

Prospective students could apply only one program or field of study.  This has to be done by applying through online admission via https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th.

Round 1 Portfolio is separated into two parts.  The schedules of each sub round are as follows:

  • Round 1/1: From October 2, 2023 (starting from 9:30) to October 16, 2023 (until 12:00)
  • Round 1/2: From December 1, 2023 (starting from 9:30) to January 8, 2024 (until 12:00)

Further details about Portfolio requirements for each program/field of study are shown in the “Entry Requirements”.


Round 2: Quota

For quota admission, prospective students could also apply only one program or field of study using online admission via https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th.  The schedule for quota admission is between March 20, 2024 (starting from 9:30) and April 8, 2024 (until 12:00).

Further details about Quota requirements for each program/field of study are shown in the “Entry Requirements”.


Round 3: Central Admission

For central admission, criteria for admission for each program/field of study could be found in https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th and https://www.mytcas.com.  General criteria of marking schemes for central admission includes GPAX, GAT/PAT, and common subjects developed by National Institute of Educational Testing Service (NIETS).  Online admission is conducted by https://mytcas.com.

The schedule for central admission is as follows:

  • Applying through online admission via https://mytcas.com starting from May 6, 2024 to May 12, 2024
  • Announcing screening results of central admission for Round 3/1 at https://mytcas.com on May 20, 2024
  • Confirming to be interviewed at https://mytcas.com on May 20-21, 2024
  • Announcing screening results of central admission for interviewing at https://mytcas.com on May 25, 2024
  • Interviewing and making medical examination on May 22-25, 2024
  • Announcing lists of prospective students who pass the screening process at https://mytcas.com on June 8, 2024


Round 4: Direct Admission

For direct admission, general criteria of marking schemes for direct admission includes GPAX, GAT/PAT, and common subjects developed by National Institute of Educational Testing Service (NIETS) which the marking schemes for each program are different.  Further details for each program are shown in “Entry Requirements”.  Prospective students could be applied through online admission via https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th.

Upskill- Reskill-Credit bank system is a tool that offer courses providing learners opportunities to gain knowledge and experience from various disciplines at Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus onsite and online.  Currently we offer 66 courses in credit bank and 4 SPOC (Small Private Online Course).

Agricultural Science (51 courses)

KAAG 102 Mathematics for Agricultural Science4(4-0-8)
KAAG 203 Analytical Chemistry for Agricultural Science3(3-0-6)
KAAG 263 Analytical Chemistry for Agricultural Science Laboratory1(0-1-1)
KAAG 204 Organics and Biochemistry for Agricultural Science4(3-1-7)
KAAG 304 Genetic for Agriculture 2(2-0-4)
KAAG 103 Introduction to Agriculture Science2(2-0-4)
KAAG 215 Science and Technology of Economic Crop Production3(2-1-5)
KAAG 223 Science and Technology of Economic Animal Production3(2-1-5)
KAAG 262 Field Trip for Agricultural Science1(0-1-1)
KAAG 316 Principle in Plant Propagation2(1-1-3)
KAAG 317 Industrial Crop Science for Energy2(2-0-4)
KAAG 318 Physiology in Crop Production2(2-0-4)
KAAG 333 Soil Science2(2-0-4)
KAAG 337 Microbiology for Agricultural Science3(2-1-5)
KAAG 363 Practical Study of Agricultural Science for plant Production I1(0-1-1)
KAAG 373 Seminar I1(1-0-2)
KAAG 206 Agricultural Extension3(2-1-5)
KAAG 319 Plant Breeding3(2-1-5)
KAAG 346 Postharvest Technology2(1-1-3)
KAAG 347 Alcohol and Biodiesel Production Technology3(2-1-5)
KAAG 355 Principles of Integrated Pest Management3(2-1-5)
KAAG 385 Regulation and Laws in Agricultural System3(3-0-6)
KAAG 475 Seminar II1(1-0-2)
KAAG 205 Principle of Art for Landscape Design1(0-1-1)
KAAG 216 Ornamental Plant3(2-1-5)
KAAG 217 Mushroom Production 3(2-1-5)
KAAG 282 Thai Agricultural Wisdom3(2-1-5)
KAAG 305 Agricultural Machinery and Irrigation3(2-1-5)
KAAG 323 Basic Animal Anatomy3(3-0-6)
KAAG 324 Basic Animal Physiology3(3-0-6)
KAAG 334 Landscape Design3(2-1-5)
KAAG 348 Natural Products and Their Application3(2-1-5)
KAAG 353 Principle of Plant Pathology and Protection3(2-1-5)
KAAG 354 Agricultural Entomology and Acarology3(2-1-5)
KAAG 374 Research Advance in Agricultural Science3(3-0-6)
KAAG 384 Computer for Agricultural Science3(2-1-5)
KAAG 401 Irrigation System for Agriculture3(1-2-4)
KAAG 402 Agricultural Ecology and Biodiversity3(1-2-4)
KAAG 415 Seed Science and Technology3(2-1-5)
KAAG 416 Pomology and Orchard Management3(2-1-5)
KAAG 417 Plant Tissue for Agriculture3(2-1-5)
KAAG 418 Soilless Culture Technology3(2-1-5)
KAAG 431 Environment Issues and Management in Agricultural Area 3(1-2-4)
KAAG 432 Appropriate Technology for Resources Development3(1-2-4)
KAAG 446 Agricultural Product Processing3(1-2-4)
KAAG 485 Economically Useful Insect Management3(2-1-5)
KAAG 486 Agribusiness3(3-0-6)
KAAG 487 Agricultural Biotechnology3(2-1-5)
KAAG 488 Sustainable Farming System3(3-0-6)
KAAG 489 Digital Agriculture3(3-0-6)
KAAG 490 Creative agri- and food-innovation3(3-0-6)

Conservation Biology (13 courses)

KAGE 201 Natural Resources and Environment3(3-0-6)
KACB 101 Introduction to Conservation Biology2(2-0-4)
KACB 205 Botany3(3-0-6)
KACB 207 Ecology3(3-0-6)
KACB 209 Genetics3(3-0-6)
KACB 215 Zoology3(3-0-6)
KACB 308 Basic Cell and Molecular Biology3(3-0-6)
KACB 311 Environmental Sciences3(3-0-6)
KAID 270 Introduction to Statistics2(2-0-4)
KACB 319 Biostatistics3(3-0-6)
KACB 320 Biostatistics Laboratory1(0-1-1)
KACB 325 Animal Behavior3(2-1-5)
KACB 360 Environmental Education and Communication for Conservation3(3-0-6)

Environmental Engineering and Disaster Management (2 courses)

KAED 493 Special Topics1(0-1-3)
KAED 344 Solid Waste Engineering3(3-0-6)

SPOC (Small Private Online Course) (4 courses)

SubjectTotal hours of classes.
KAAG 316 Principles of Plant Propagation10 hours.
KAAG 212 Ornamental Plants10 hours.
KAAG312 Landscape Designs10 hours.
KAGS381 Geochemistry10 hours.

Tuition fee Click Here

Mahidol University collecting a flat tuition fee The details of tuition fee collection are as follows:

Bachelor of Science Program
Agricultural Science 18,000 baht
Conservation Biology 18,000 baht
Food Technology 18,000 baht
Geoscience 21,000 baht
Bachelor of Engineering Program
Environmental Engineering and Disaster Management 25,000 baht
Bachelor of Accounting Program 17,000 baht
Bachelor of Business Administration Program 17,000 baht



  • Name of scholarship: Mahidol University Scholarship For students who genuinely lack funds Undergraduate

Detail: Mahidol University has promoted and supported those admitted by the university. and students who genuinely lack funds to have the opportunity to study until completing a bachelor’s degree by allocating the university’s income budget to provide scholarships to Mahidol University students

Number: Less than 400 scholarships per academic year, divided into two types as follows:

    1. Ongoing scholarships for 2nd-year students and up in all disciplines, according to the study plan set

by the program until graduation, the scholarship rate is 50,000 baht per academic year.

    1. Annual scholarship For students of all grades, the scholarship rate is 50,000 baht per academic year.

Application period: July – September of every year

Apply: https://op.mahidol.ac.th/sa/scholarship-mu/

  • Name of scholarship: Mahidol University Alumni Association Scholarship

Detail: Mahidol University Alumni Association, Under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King, was established in 1991 as a center for graduating university alumni relations. Returned to participate in the promotion and development of Mahidol University and has set up the Mahidol University Alumni Association Education Fund. Its purpose is to provide scholarships for tuition fees and monthly expenses to underfunded university undergraduate students. Well-behaved and committed to education

Number: 40 scholarships per academic year for tuition and living expenses

Application Period: August – September of every year

Apply: https://op.mahidol.ac.th/sa/alumniapp/

  • Name of scholarship: Funds from external sources.

Detail: Funds are funded from external sources such as government agencies/banks/companies/department stores/foundations/public charity organizations, and people with good faith donations. Applicant Students can follow up from the public relations forums at the Education and Student Affairs departments. or website of the Student Affairs DivisionNumber: Approximately 200-250 capital, 5,000 – 60,000 baht per capital (depending on the details of each source of funding)

Application period: July – April of every year

Apply: https://op.mahidol.ac.th/sa/scholar/

grants and support

  • Name of scholarship: University Emergency Scholarship

Detail: A student who has suffered a severe accident that affects the family status until it may be detrimental to education, such as the death of a father or mother, a house fire, students can contact the Education and Student Affairs Office

Number: Only for emergencies that affect students’ education, 5,000-15,000 baht per scholarship

Application period: Throughout the academic year

Apply: https://op.mahidol.ac.th/sa/studentemergency/

Rapidly changing of the world or VUCA world, knowledge and skills adopted in teaching and learning in the class may not be enough.  Current jobs may be disrupted in the near future or their business flows need to significantly change to cope with 21st century skills.  New jobs may be created in order to fulfill the gaps with disruptive change in customer experience or customer journey.  Global imbalances in many aspects; such as social, environmental, digital, and life-work imbalances, may cause students and graduates to adapt themselves in order to minimize the gaps and be capable of following the trends.  Students need to search areas that they are interested.  They need to understand the diversity in many aspects and know how to deal or corperate with other people.  University campus should be a place for supporting students to make experiments or trials in order to encourage students to have entrepreneurial mindset.

Enhanced policy to improve student skills in order to become a global citizen and global talent in the near future is a need.  Therefore, Mahidol University has already set the required skills for students to be achieved in 5 domains or called as “HIDEF” which relates to health literacy (H), internationalization (I), digital literacy (D), environmental literacy (E), and financial literacy (F).  Some activities may be counted for more than one domain.  Students need to participate the HIDEF activities and volunteer activities, based on their interests, not less than 100 hours during their study.


Health Literacy (H)

Work-life balance becomes an essential part for present living.  Attempt has been made to encourage students to understand and practice basic needs relating to preventive and corrective measures for good health and well-being.

Typical examples of extracurricular activities in health literacy are as follows:

Basic Life Supports: This extracurricular activity has been conducted every year in order to encourage students to understand about basic life supports.  Theoretically, basic life supports could be online learnt from MUX.  Once students passed the online examination, they could practically learn how to do cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use automatic external defibrillator (AED) properly.


Internationalization (I)

People from different countries behave with variously cultural backgrounds, communicate with different languages, and interact with diverse ways of thinking and beliefs.  In order to become global citizen, students need to be aware and interact with people from diverse background.  Therefore, MUKA provides many extracurricular activities to be chosen according to student interests.

Typical examples of extracurricular activities in internationalization are as follows:

Chinese Language for Communication:

Korean Language:

English Language for Communication

International Cultural Exchange


Digital Literacy (D)

In a digital era, rapid change in digital technology causes digital imbalance in society.  Students need to understand and catch up with the digital awareness in order to minimize problems arising from misuse technology.  MUKA also provides a digital learning experience space for students to learn, practice, and apply the digital technology in their fields or daily life.

Typical examples of extracurricular activities in digital literacy are as follows:


Environmental Literacy (E)

Insufficient awareness in involving people to preserve natural and environmental resources is one of the main reasons for environmental imbalance.  Therefore, our MUKA encourages students to participate in many activities in order to understand and practice how to involve in sustain natural and environmental resources properly.  Many facilities; such as digital herbarium, bird watching, check dam learning station, geoscience museum, geological park, are also provided for students to enhance environmental experience.

Typical examples of extracurricular activities in environmental literacy are as follows:

Nature Game: This activity uses game technique as a learning approach to encourage students and learners to understand the surrounding nature and environment in MUKA campus and be aware of participating in conservation of nature and environment.

VDO Clip Contest on Conservation of Energy and Environment


Financial Literacy (F)

Understanding investment and financial products will help students to plan and manage daily-life expense, saving, debt and investment for future efficiently.  These will be a financial immune for students in the near future to improve their quality of life.  MUKA also provides investment lab facility which is a learning space for students to understand and practice fundamental and intermediate investment.

Apart from that, entrepreneurial mindset needs to be embedded for students so that they are able to make decision based on the identification and management of intelligent risks or negative impacts from their planned and unplanned actions.

Typical examples of extracurricular activities in financial literacy are as follows:

Commercial Pitching using LEAN Canvas


International Entrepreneurship Program

Investment using ASPEN Program

Simulation Classroom for new Investors

MUKA Student Association

The MUKA Student Association (SMO in Thai) is responsible for promoting engagement of all students. The Student Association aims to encourage all students to develop their both academics and soft skills through student activities. We also supervise all students and club activities as well as train them to work for the good of the majority according to the rules and regulations of the university and the campus.

Objectives of Student Association:

  • To make MUKA a better place where students can excel and enjoy themselves, both academically and socially; and
  • To encourage as many students as possible to become involved in extra-curricular activities.

The MUKA Student Association office is located on the ground floor of Education Building , Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus.

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Student Associations of MUKA Hall of Fame

Academic year 2022

ชมรม ปีการศึกษา 2563

  1. ชมรม Badminton
  2. ชมรม KA Football
  3. ชมรม MU Dummy Company
  4. ชมรม MUKA Production
  5. ชมรม MUKA Volleyball
  6. ชมรม Studio Dance
  7. ชมรม ฅ.คนสร้างค่าย
  8. ชมรม ดนตรีสากล
  9. ชมรม รากแก้ว
  10. ชมรม คนรักสัตว์

ชมรม ปีการศึกษา 2564

  1. ชมรม คนรักสัตว์
  2. ชมรม ฅ.คนสร้างค่าย
  3. ชมรม ออกซิเจน
  • Getting start with MUKA
  • Living cost


    Kanpai residence (Single): 2,300 Baht/month/person
    Ratchapruk and Hiranyika residences (Quad): 900 Baht/month/person
    College meals 30-40 Baht/meal
    Transportation Free tram on campus
    Campus Shuttle (MUKA-Salaya campus)100 Baht/seat
  • Accommodation

Health and Well-being Support Service

Health and Well-being Support Service 

While living in MUKA, students can avail of health care services by applying for the University Health Insurance plan to the National Health Security Office. Students whose parents are currently working for Thai government sectors or enterprises can receive reimbursement from the parents’ workplaces until the age of 20.

Students can avail health and dental services at Saiyok District Hospital. Prior to receiving the services, students must promptly present their national ID card and student ID card. Students are entitled to consultation on minor health problems at the MUKA Health Center, which is located at the student dormitory, Tel: 086-377-9948, 24 hours from Monday to Friday.  In case of emergencies, students can access help by calling 1669 or 086-377-9948.  

How we support your well-being? 

Student Orientation 

Once you arrive on MUKA campus, we will arrange the second-year student orientation for you.  Academic staff, supporting staff, policeman, and nurse from Saiyok hospital give guidance on how to manage your student-life balance, how to cope with physical and mental health, and how to stay in MUKA campus and Kanchanaburi province safely.  Moreover, our student clubs and societies can also share their experiences in MUKA campus and give you inside information.  

One-stop Service 

When you move into your accommodation, our one-stop service team will help you settle in and guide you.  If you need to talk to someone, whether it is about your student-life balance and accommodationyou can ask our team based in one-stop service office to support you.  Our one-stop service office operates 7 days a week until 8 pm on weekday and 5 pm on weekend.  However, in the case of emergency, our staff is on call for 24 hours. 

How we support your physical health? 

It is very important to ensure that you could access the support when you need it.  Professional nurse istherefore, standby for health service at the nursing room until 8pm on weekdays and 5pm on weekends.   

In addition, our ambulance is standby for transporting patient to Saiyok hospital within 10 minutes after the emergency case is confirmed.     

How we support your mental health? 

If you are facing a mental health crisis and you need to talk to someone immediately.  Our university also provides internal and external service for you to cope with this problem.  Our internal service is 24-hour MU hotline” and “Mahidol Friend” service for you (Only for Mahidol students).  Please follow the steps in this link, if you are experiencing a mental health incident.  Furthermore, this link provides information about how to initially identify yourself whether you are risk to depression symptom using PHQ-9 checklists and how to treat yourself when you face this problem such as stress management, music therapy, napping, and self-compassion.   

For external service, our university also collaborates with “OOCA Wall of Sharing” which is a platform that you can consult to professional psychiatrist personally and confidentially via VDO call.  This service is 24-hour operation.

Careers and Employability

Our programs are outcome-based education.  We collect and balance stakeholder needs.  Backward design of curriculum is designed and the program structure, learning approach, and evaluation are then established and aligned to meet the needs and expectation.  This is to ensure that our graduated students are well equipped with knowledge and skills as the market needs.  In addition, we concern about the future skills and global competence of our students.  Then extra-curricular and activities are provided and further details about these activities are shown in “Skill and Competences”.  We also provide e-learning for students and alumni as shown in “Life-long learning” to enhance their capability and competences.  Students at Mahidol University Kanchanaburi campus have high opportunities to exchange experiences with international students and staffs.  Further details are given in “Exploring the World”.

Apart from that, we have interviewed our alumni about their careers including recommended knowledge, skills and competences.  Therefore, prospective and current students could have their chances to prepare themselves about necessary skills and competences for jobs in the near future.  Further details are given in “Career and Support Service”.

  • Active Recruitment
    Mahidol University Kanchanaburi Campus have a very active publicity for student admissions through educational guidance activities and Open House activities with Mahidol University in order to publicize the courses that are offered at Kanchanaburi Campus. We are also enthusiast to public educational news through online media of Kanchanaburi campus with available staff to answer questions about criteria and admissions to prospective students. We also have active recruitment activities with many schools; especially with schools that have MOU collaboration with MUKA (https://ka.mahidol.ac.th/en/collaboration/school-engagement/).
    The admission criteria and the schedule for opening applications, you can find information on the TCAS website (https://www.mytcas.com/) and Mahidol TCAS (https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th/)
  • Open HouseNow Mahidol Open House are back to on campus.  Normally open house is around end of October.  This year over 80,000 high schools students visited the Mahidol Open House.  Please feel free to contact us. Current students and staffs from every programs are welcome to support you.  In addition, this year we implemented virtual experience for you to find out our virtual facilities and programs at the Kanchanaburi Campus.
  • Campus Tour Please visit our campus tour to find out more about our MUKA facilities.

1. How much is the tuition fee for this faculty?

Tuition fee Click Here

2. May I know more about the program?

3. How can I apply for the program?

How to apply?

1) TCAS system (Online Apply only)

  • Round 1 Portfolio and
  • Round 2 Quota Apply through the MU-TCAS system at the website https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th/
  • Round 3 Admission, Apply through the MyTCAS system of Council of University Presidents of Thailand at the website https://www.mytcas.com.
  • Round 4 Direct Admission Apply through the website of the Faculty/College

2) Direct Admission system, see the details and apply at the Faculty/College website

4. Where is the campus located?

  • Address:
    Mahidol university Kanchanaburi Campus. 199 Lumsum Saiyok District Kanchanaburi 71150
  • Business hours:
    Mon – Fri: 8.30AM – 4.30PM
  • Phone number:
  • Email:

5. How can I apply?

you can find information on the TCAS website (https://www.mytcas.com/) and Mahidol TCAS (https://tcas.mahidol.ac.th/)