Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999

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1 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999 The University Council, in meeting 3/1999 on 5 April 1999, resolved to issue Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999, to be used as a basis for academic administration by the University. Empowered by Article 17 (2), (3), (6) and Article 52 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, the University Council issued Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999, as detailed hereunder. Section One General Rules Clause 1 Clause 2 Clause 3 Clause 4 These rules are called 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999'. These rules are effective as of the date of issue. In these rules: The University refers to Mae Fah Luang University The University Council refers to Mae Fah Luang University Council The Academic Council refers to Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council The President refers to The President of Mae Fah Luang University School refers to A School in Mae Fah Luang University Dean refers to The Dean of the School to which a student belongs The School Committee refers to The Committee of the school to which A student belongs The President has the authority to enforce these rules. 1

2 Section Two Admission Clause 5 Clause 6 Clause 7 Qualifications of a person eligible for admission. 5.1 Having completed high-school education or equivalent from an institution approved by the Ministry of Education; or 5.2 Having completed a diploma or a university degree of any level or equivalent from a higher education institution approved by the University Council; or 5.3 Having been approved by the Academic Council to study. Admission The University shall admit, in accordance with the procedure determined by the Academic Council, a person qualified according to Clause 5, and shall duly notify him/her. Student Registration 7.1 An applicant shall be eligible for the studentship only after the University has registered him/her. 7.2 Student registration shall be done in accordance with the procedure determined by the University, which shall be duly announced. 7.3 A student shall pay tuition and other fees as indicated in the University notification. Section Three Education System Clause 8 Education System 8.1 Mae Fah Luang University employs the semester system, in which there are two regular, compulsory semesters in each academic year: the first semester and the second semester. Each semester comprises at least fifteen weeks of school and at least one week of final examinations. A six-week optional summer session may be offered after the second semester ends, with each of the available courses having the same number of class hours as that of a regular-semester course. 8.2 One academic year is equivalent to two regular semesters or two regular semesters plus one summer session. 2

3 8.3 A credit is a measurement unit of education. The number of credits assigned to a course is based on the following criteria One hour of teaching or lecture per week throughout a regular semester, or a total of fifteen hours of teaching or lecture per regular semester, is equivalent to one credit A practicum, experiment or training which amounts to two to three hours per week throughout a regular semester, or a total of thirty to forty-five hours per regular semester, is equivalent to one credit An apprenticeship or field training which amounts to three to six hours per week throughout a regular semester, or a total of forty-five to ninety hours per regular semester, is equivalent to one credit. 8.4 The number of registered credits refers to the number of credits for the courses registered by a student. 8.5 The number of semestral credits refers to the total number of credits earned by a student through grades A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D and F for all the courses taken in a given semester. 8.6 The number of cumulative credits refers to the total number of credits earned by a student through grades A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D and F for all the courses taken thus far. 8.7 The number of credits earned refers to the number of credits earned by a student through grades A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D and S. In the event that a student has passed any course more than once, or has passed a course equivalent in credit to any of the courses previously passed, only the credits earned for the first course shall be calculated. 3

4 Section Four Class Registration Clause 9 Class Registration 9.1 A new student admitted in the first semester must register for classes within the date appointed by the University. A new student failing to register for classes within the appointed date is assumed to have relinquished his/her right to study and his/her name shall be withdrawn. 9.2 A current student must register for classes within the date appointed by the University; otherwise, s/he shall not be eligible to register for any courses in that semester. After the first two weeks of the semester has elapsed, if a student still has not registered for classes, his/her studentship shall be revoked. 9.3 A current student unable to register for classes in the manner described in 9.2 must submit a leave-of-absence request to the University and must pay the continuance fee (as detailed in Clause 18). Otherwise, his/her studentship shall be revoked. 9.4 The number of credits for which a student can register must conform to the following criteria A student can register for a minimum of nine credits or a maximum of twenty-two credits in a regular semester, and a maximum of seven credits in a summer session In case a student requires fewer credits than regulated in in order to graduate, or in case a study-plan requires, in a given semester, fewer credits than regulated in 9.4.2, the student is allowed to register for the number of credits required. In such cases, the School must submit the student's name to the Educational Service Centre In case a student has a sound reason to register for fewer than nine credits or more than twenty-two credits (but not more than twenty-four credits), the Dean shall consider whether to grant an approval or not. 4

5 9.5 If a student wishes to register for a course other than those listed in the study plan and does not wish to receive a grade for that course, the student must receive the advisor's consent, obtain the instructor's approval, and submit a request to the Educational Service Centre within the date appointed in The number of credits registered must conform to the criteria in If a student wishes to register as a visitor to a course, the student must follow the criteria in Course registration must be approved by the advisor and must conform to the programme requirements and relevant notifications by the University. 9.8 The dates and procedure for registration and the list of available courses in each semester shall be notified by the University. Section Five Course Addition, Removal and Withdrawal Clause 10 Requests for Course Addition, Removal and Withdrawal 10.1 A course-addition request can be submitted within the first two weeks of a regular semester, or within the first week of a summer session A course-removal request can be submitted within the first five weeks of a regular semester, or within the first two weeks of a summer session. A course removed shall not appear in the academic transcript A course-withdrawal request can be submitted after the fifth week but no later than the tenth week of a regular semester, or after the second week but no later than the fourth week of a summer session. A course withdrawn shall be marked W in the academic transcript A student's request for course addition or removal must be consented to by his/her advisor. A request for course withdrawal must be accompanied by the consents of the advisor and of the course instructor and submitted to the Dean for consideration and approval The number of credits remaining after course addition, removal and/or withdrawal must conform to the criteria in

6 Section Six Class Attendance Clause 11 Class Attendance A student must fulfill at least 80% of class attendance for a course in order to be eligible to sit the final examination. In case a student's class attendance does not reach 80% for a sound reason, the course instructor may consider the reason and allow the student to sit the final examination. Section Seven Academic Evaluation Clause 12 Academic Evaluation 12.1 The evaluation result received by a student for each course shall be represented by a grade letter, which is translated to a grade point, as detailed below. Grade Letter Meaning Grade Number A Excellent 4.00 B+ Very Good 3.50 B Good 3.00 C+ Fairly Good 2.50 C Fair 2.00 D+ Poor 1.50 D Very Poor 1.00 F Fail 0.00 I Incomplete - M Missing - P In Progress - S Satisfactory - U Unsatisfactory - V Visitor - 6

7 Grade Letter Meaning Grade Number W Withdrawn - Z No Report Grade Criteria Grades A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D and F shall be given in the following cases. (1) A student has completed a course by sitting the final examination or by submitting a work for final evaluation. (2) The incomplete or pending final evaluation (grade I) is completed and the result is submitted to the Educational Service Centre within the first two weeks of the next semester in which the student shall register for courses. (3) Grade M, P or X has been amended In addition to the cases stated in , grade F may be given on the following conditions. (1) A student is not eligible to sit the final examination, as described in Clause 11. (2) A student has been adjudged guilty of violating examination rules and has been given grade F as a penalty. (3) The incomplete or pending final evaluation (grade I) is completed and the result is submitted to the Educational Service Centre after the first two weeks of the next semester in which the student shall register for courses. (4) Grade M is amended after the first two weeks of the next semester Grade I shall be given on the following conditions. (1) Before the final examination period, a student becomes so ill that s/he is unable to sit some or all of the final examinations, in which case the student must act according to (2) During the final examination period, a student becomes so ill that s/he is unable to sit some or all of the final examinations, in which case the student must act according to

8 (3) A student is unable to sit the final examination due to an unforeseeable circumstance, in which case the student must obtain verification from the Dean. (4) A student has yet to fulfill certain course requirements, with the instructor's consent to, and the Dean's approval of, the reason for the pending evaluation, in which case the instructor must notify the Educational Service Centre in writing and must submit the final results of the other students registered for that course Grade M shall be given in the event that a student has not presented a reason for missing the final examination In the event that a student is taking a course in which the lectures and/or assignments continue into a second semester, the student shall be given grade P at the end of the first semester Grade S shall be given if evaluation in the following cases is satisfactory. (1) A course does not require evaluation by grade. (2) A student is registered as a visitor to a course, as described in Grade U shall be given if evaluation in cases described in is unsatisfactory Grade V shall be given to a student who has fulfilled no less than 80% of attendance as a visitor to a course, as described in Grade W may be given after the fifth week of a regular semester, or after the second week of a summer session, on the following conditions. (1) A student has been allowed to withdraw a course, as described in (2) Before the final examination period, a student becomes so ill that s/he is unable to sit some or all of the final examinations, in which case the student must act according to (3) A student takes a leave of absence due to reasons in 18.1 or

9 (4) A student is suspended for reasons other than those stated in Clause 20. (5) The Dean has approved of the change from grade I to grade W in the cases described in (1) or (2) or (3) as a result of the continuing illness or the unforeseeable circumstance. (6) A student who has fulfilled less than 80% of attendance as a visitor to a course, or who has been adjudged by the instructor to be lackadaisical. (7) A student has breached registration terms and conditions Grade X shall be given in the event that the evaluation results of a course have not been submitted to the Educational Service Centre. Clause 13 Academic Evaluation and Grade-Point Average Calculation 13.1 Academic evaluation shall be conducted at the end of each semester A student's grade-point average is calculated in the following ways The semestral grade-point average, which indicates a student's academic performance level in each semester, is calculated by multiplying the number of credits of each course with the grade number earned by the student for the semester in question, adding up the results of all courses, and dividing the total result with the number of semestral credits The cumulative grade-point average, which indicates a student's academic performance from the beginning semester to the semester in which the grade-point average is being calculated, is calculated by multiplying the number of credits of each course with the grade number earned by the student since the beginning semester, adding up the results of all courses, and dividing the total result with the number of cumulative credits A grade-point average shall retain two decimals, which shall not be rounded up or down In the event that a student has been given grade I, M or X for any course, the grade-point average calculation for that student shall be pending. 9

10 Clause 14 Course Repetition or Substitution 14.1 A student receiving grade F, U or W in a compulsory course must repeat the course so as to earn grade A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D or S A student receiving grade F, U or W in an elective may either repeat the course or register for another elective as a substitute A student receiving grade D or D+ in any course may repeat the course Course repetition as described in 14.3 is called 'reinforcement study'. Section Eight Classification of Student Status and Leave of Absence Clause 15 Classification of Studentship 15.1 A student's status can be classified into one of two types: regular status and academic probation status Regular Status (1) A student in his/her first semester has a regular status. (2) A student whose grade-point average is 2.00 or higher has a regular status Academic probation Status A student whose grade-point average is between 1.50 and 1.99 has an academic probation status Students who have passed all of the courses required by the curriculum shall be classified at the end of their last semester or summer session to decide whether or not they are eligible for a degree certificate. Students who are in their first semester shall be classified at the end of their second semester A student's study results in a summer session shall be calculated together with the study results that s/he acquires in the next regular semester, whereby the student's semestral and cumulative credits can be calculated and his/her status classified. Clause 16 Classification of a Student by Year Classification of a student by year is based on the proportion of the credits earned by the student to the total number of credits required by the curriculum. 10

11 Clause 17 Leave of Absence from a Class or an Examination 17.1 The validity of a student's leave of absence from a class is subject to the instructor's discretion A student who needs to take a leave of absence from an examination for a business or medical reason must follow the following procedures If a student needs to take a leave of absence from some or all of the examinations due to an illness which has started before the end of a semester and has continued to the examination days, the student must submit to the instructor a leave-of absence request together with a medical certificate issued by a state infirmary or by a private infirmary approved by the Ministry of Public Health. If the instructor consents to the request, the Dean shall subsequently grant his/her approval thereof If a student needs to take a leave of absence from some or all of the examinations due to an illness suffered during the examination period, the student must submit to the Dean for approval a leave-of-absence request together with a medical certificate issued by a state infirmary or by a private infirmary approved by the Ministry of Public Health If a student misses an examination due to an unforeseeable circumstance, the student must submit a leave-of-absence request stating the reason thereof to the Dean for approval. Clause 18 Semestral Leave of Absence 18.1 A semestral leave-of-absence request may be submitted to the Dean in the following cases A student is conscripted into the military A student is granted a scholarship for an international exchange programme or any other scholarship which the University deems suitable. 11

12 By a physician's order, a student is subject to convalescence amounting to more than 20% of the total class time in a given semester. In this case, the request must be submitted together with a medical certificate issued by a state infirmary or by a private infirmary approved by the Ministry of Public Health A student has a personal reason. This request can be granted on the condition that the student has been a Mae Fah Luang University student for a minimum of one semester and possesses a minimum grade-point average of If a student has an unforeseeable need to take a semestral leave-ofabsence, the student must submit a request to the Dean as soon as possible, and the request shall be considered and approved by the School Committee The maximum duration of a semestral leave of absence in the manners described in 18.1 and 18.2 is two semesters. Should a student need to continue his/her semestral leave of absence, the student must repeat the submission procedure A student's approved semestral leave of absence, except for the reason stated in , is regarded as part of the student's overall study duration During a student's approved semestral leave of absence, the student must pay, according to the University's regulation, the continuance fee to the University on a semestral basis. Otherwise, his/her studentship shall be revoked. However, if a semestral leave of absence is taken in a semester for which the student has already paid the education fee, the student needs not pay the continuance fee A student on a semestral leave of absence who wishes to resume his/her study must submit a resumption request to the Dean for approval, of which the Educational Service Centre must be notified at least one week before the course-registration period of each semester A student whose resumption request has been granted shall retain his/her studentship. 12

13 Clause 19 Resignation A student who wishes to resign must obtain a statement from the Finance Office certifying that the student owes no debt to the University and submit it to his/her advisor together with a completed resignation form, both of which shall be forwarded to the Dean and the President respectively for approval. It is imperative that the student's parent or person in loco parentis, whose signature has been given to the University as evidence, sign on the student's resignation form to give approval thereof. Section Nine Penalties for Wrongdoing Clause 20 Penalties for Wrongdoing 20.1 If a student commits an offence or is an accomplice to an offence during an examination, the School Committee shall take penal action in the ways prescribed hereunder A student caught cheating shall receive grade F for the course in whose examination the offence has been committed. In addition, the student is subject to a minimum of one-semester suspension or revocation of his/her studentship. The student is, however, eligible for his/her deserved results for the courses whose examinations s/he has already taken, and is eligible for the examinations which s/he has yet to sit A student found attempting to cheat shall receive grade F for the course in whose examination the offence has been committed. In addition, the student may be subject to a maximum of one semester suspension Violations of other examination regulations are subject to due penalties, which shall be at least as severe as the lightest penalty stated in If a student commits an offence or is an accomplice to an offence concerning education, the School Committee shall take proper penal action The Dean shall impose the penalty based on the School Committee's resolution, and shall notify the University accordingly. 13

14 20.4 A suspension period shall begin at the end of the semester in which the offence has been committed and shall continue without break. The suspension period shall be regarded as part of the student's overall study duration and shall be used in the process of classification of the student by year A suspended student must pay the continuance fee every semester; otherwise, his/her studentship shall be revoked A student who has served his/her suspension and wishes to resume his/her study must submit a resumption request to the Dean for approval, of which the Educational Service Centre must be notified at least one week before the course-registration period of each semester. Section Ten Student Transfer Clause 21 Transfer of Students from Other Higher-Education Institutions 21.1 Mae Fah Luang University accepts students transferred from other higher-education institutions which have compatible educational systems and standards. If seats are available, the concerned School and Department shall consider transfer requests A transferring student must meet the requirements of the Department to which s/he shall be transferred A transferring student must not have been dismissed from his/her former institution A transferring student must have completed a minimum of one academic year in his/her former institution and must have earned a minimum gradepoint average of A transferring student must submit a request to the Educational Service Centre at least 30 days before the beginning of the semester in which s/he wishes to be enrolled Transfer of credits shall be based upon the Credit Transfer Criteria. (See Mae Fah Luang University Directive for Credit Transfer Criteria on page 41.) 21.7 The concerned School shall consider the possibility of credit transfer. 14

15 21.8 A transferring student must complete his/her study within the study duration specified by the University, which includes the study time spent in the former institution A transferring student's grade-point average shall be calculated based upon the student's transferred credits and credits earned while studying in Mae Fah Luang University. Clause 22 Change of Discipline 22.1 A student who wishes to change his/her discipline must have the following qualifications The student is currently majoring in a discipline The student has studied in the said discipline for at least one semester The student is academically qualified and adequately skilled for the requirements of the discipline to which s/he wishes to transfer The student must submit a change-of-discipline request to the Educational Service Centre at least 30 days before the end of the semester The request shall be granted only if the Department to which the student wishes to transfer has available seats and the School Committee which supervises the Department has given its consent A student is allowed to change his/her discipline only once. Clause 23 The University shall announce the list of students whose transfer or change of discipline has been approved. Section Eleven Termination of Studentship Clause 24 Termination of studentship applies to the following cases A student has fulfilled the curricular requirements and is eligible for a degree certificate, as described in Clause A student's resignation has been approved by the President A student lacks one or more of the qualifications stated in Clause A student fails to register within the first two weeks of a semester or fails to pay the continuance fee. In either of these cases, the student may submit a studentship retention request to the President for consideration and approval. 15

16 24.5 After classification by year, a student's grade-point average is below A student on academic probation (see Clause 15) has failed to achieve a grade-point average of 1.80 or higher for two consecutive semesters A student who has been on academic probation for four consecutive semesters still has not fulfilled all of the academic probation requirements After having spent a total of 16 semester, a student in a four-year programme fails to have earned the total number of credits required by the programme, or fails to achieve a grade-point average of at least After having spent a total of 24 semesters, a student in a six year programme fails to have earned the total number of credits required by the programme, or fails to achieve a grade-point average of at least The Dean orders that a student's studentship be revoked according to A student has violated other University regulations and the University has revoked his/her studentship A student is deceased. Section Twelve Reception of Academic Degrees Clause 25 A student is eligible for an academic degree upon the following conditions A student with all of the following qualifications is eligible to receive an academic degree The student must be studying in his/her final semester and fulfilling all of the curricular requirements set by the School In a four-year programme, the student must have completed a minimum of seven semesters or equivalent; in a six-year programme, the student must have completed a minimum of eleven semesters The student must have decent behaviour The student must not owe any debts to the University A student with the qualifications described in 25.1 must submit an academic degree reception request to the Educational Service Centre within the specified date; otherwise, the University Council may not be able to consider and approve of the student's request within the same semester If a student with the qualifications described in 25.1 wishes to register for additional courses in the following semester and thereby postpone his/her 16

17 degree reception, the student must submit a request to the Educational Service Centre within the first two weeks of the semester, together with his/her advisor's consent and the Dean s approval For students with the qualifications described in 25.1 who do not submit an academic degree reception request within the specified date, or who do not state their wish to take additional courses, the Educational Service Centre may gather their names and submit them to the University Council for approval of degree conferment, in which case such students must pay the continuance fee for the next semester. Section Thirteen Conferment of Degree Certificates, Honours and Medals Clause 26 The following procedure applies to the conferment of degree certificates. Through the consent of the School Committee, the Dean shall submit to the University Council the names of the students who have fulfilled the curricular requirements with grade-point averages of 2.00 or higher for approval of degree conferment. Clause 27 The following conditions apply to the conferment of honours degrees A student with all of the following qualifications is eligible to receive an honours degree In a four-year programme, the student must have completed all of the curricular requirements within four academic years or equivalent; in a six-year programme, the student must have completed all of the curricular requirements within six academic years or equivalent The student must have earned all of the credits required by the curriculum, within the period specified by the curriculum The student must not have received grade F or U A student with the qualifications described in 27.1 who possesses a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher is eligible for the first-class honours A student with the qualifications described in 27.1 who possesses a grade-point average of between 3.25 and 3.49 is eligible for the second-class honours. 17

18 27.4 Through the consent of the School Committee, the Dean shall submit the names of the students eligible for honours degrees to the University Council for approval. Clause 28 The following conditions apply to the conferment of medals The first-class-honours student who possesses the highest grade-point average in his/her discipline and in the same academic year is entitled to a medal The medalist-section procedure shall be taken at the end of every academic year. Issued this twenty-seventh date of April 1999 Signed Prachuab Chaiyasan (Prachuab Chaiyasan) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 18

19 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Second Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor's degree education to the standard and criteria set by the Ministry of University Affairs, the University Council reached a consensus in meeting 3/2000 on 26 May 2000 and, empowered by Article 17 (2) and (6) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Second Issue), 2000'. Clause 2 These rule are effective as of the beginning of academic year Clause 3 Clause 4 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' has been annulled and replaced by the following statement: 'Clause 4 The President has the authority to enforce these rules. Cases where none of these rules applies are subject to the President's discretion, after which the President shall duly report to the University Council.' Clause 4 The statements in Clause 22 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: 'Clause 22 Change of Discipline 22.1 A student who wishes to change his/her discipline within the same School must follow the requirements of the target discipline A student who is eligible to request transfer to a different School must have completed at least two regular semesters of programmed study in his/her current School, must have obtained his/her current advisor's permission and the current Dean's approval, and must have been granted approval by 19

20 the head of the target department and the Dean of the School to which the target department belongs.the student must submit a change of-discipline request to the Educational Service Centre within 30 days before the beginning of the semester in which the student's change of discipline is effective A change of discipline shall be effective only after the Discipline Change fee has been paid and a new student-identity number has been issued. Each student is allowed to change his/her discipline only once.' Issued this twenty-six date of April Signed Prachuab Chaiyasan (Prachuab Chaiyasan) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 20

21 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Third Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor's degree education in accordance with the standards, objectives and determinations of higher education, the University, empowered by the University Council's directive numbered 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, which entrusts the University management duties to the President, and by Article 26 (10) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, supported by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council's resolution reached in meeting 8/2002 on 3 October 2002 to amend Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Third Issue), 2002'. Clause 2 These rule are effective as of the first semester of academic year Clause 3 The statements in Clause 22.2 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Second Issue), 2000' have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: '22.2 A student who is eligible to request transfer to a different School must have completed at least two regular semesters of programmed study in his/her current School, must have obtained his/her current advisor's permission and the current Dean's approval, and must have been granted approval by the head of the target department and the Dean of the School to which the target department belongs. The student must submit a change-of-discipline request to the Educational Service Centre at least 30 days before the beginning of the semester in which the student's change of discipline is effective.' Issued this twelfth date of November Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University This regulation was cancelled and use the tenth regulation instead 21

22 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Fourth Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor's degree education in accordance with the standards, objectives and determinations of higher education, the University, empowered by the University Council's directive numbered 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, which entrusts the University management duties to the President, and by Article 26 (10) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, supported by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council's resolution reached in meeting 8/2002 on 3 October 2002 to amend Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Fourth Issue), 2002'. Clause 2 These rules are effective as of the first semester of academic year Clause 3 The statements in Clause of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: ' In the event that a student is taking a course in which the lectures and/or assignments continue for no more than two consecutive semesters, the student shall be given grade P at the end of beginning semester. This rule applies only to courses specified by the University.' Issued this twelfth date of November Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 22

23 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Fifth Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor's degree education in accordance with the standards, objectives and determinations of higher education, the University, empowered by the University Council's directive numbered 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, which entrusts the University management duties to the President, and by Article 26 (10) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, supported by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council's resolution reached in meeting 7/2003 on 3 September 2003 to amend Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Fifth Issue), 2003'. Clause 2 These rule are effective as of the first semester of academic year Clause 3 The statements in Clauses , and of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: ' Penalties for Cheating For the first offence, the student shall receive grade F in every course registered and shall not be allowed to withdraw any course. The student's offence shall be recorded and reported to the student, to his/her parents, to the course instructor, to his/her advisor, and to the Student Discipline Division For the second offence, the student shall be suspended for a minimum of one semester. The student's offence shall be recorded and reported to the student, to his/her parents, to the course instructor, to his/her advisor, and to the Student Discipline Division. 23

24 For the third offence, the student's studentship shall be revoked. The student's offence shall be reported to the student, to his/her parents, to the course instructor, to his/her advisor, and to the Student Discipline Division Penalties for Cheating Attempts For the first offence, the student shall receive grade F in the course in whose examination the attempted offence has been committed and shall not be allowed to withdraw the course. The student's offence shall be recorded and reported to the student, to his/her parents, to the course instructor, to his/her advisor, and to the Student Discipline Division For the second offence, the student shall be penalised according to For the third offence, the student shall be penalised according to For the fourth offence, the student shall be penalised according to Violations of other examination regulations are subject to due penalties, which shall not be more severe than the penalty stated in Issued this twelfth date of November Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University This regulation was cancelled and use the eleventh regulation instead 24

25 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Sixth Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor s degree education in accordance with the standards, objectives and determinations of higher education, the University, empowered by the University Council s directive numbered 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, which entrusts the University management duties to the President, and by Article 26(10) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, supported by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council s resolution reached in meeting 8/2002 on 1 October 2003 to amend Mae Fah Luang University s Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education (Sixth Issue), Clause 2 These rules are effective as of the second semester of academic year Clause 3 The statements in Section Ten: Student Transfer of Mae Fah Luang University s Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999 have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: Clause 21 Transfer of Students from Other Higher-Education Institutions 21.1 Mae Fah Lunag University accepts students transferred from other higher-educations institutions which have compatible educational systems and standards. If seats are available, the concerned School and Department shall consider transfer requests A student s transfer request shall be considered provide that s/he possesses the following qualifications The student must not be one dismissed from his/her former institution The student must have completed a minimum of one academic year in his/her former institution and must 25

26 have earned a minimum grade-point average of A transferring student must submit a request to the Educational Service Centre at least 30 days before the beginning of the semester in which s/he wishes to be enrolled Transfer of courses must conform to the University's criteria A transferring student must complete his/her study within the study duration specified by the University, which includes the study time spent in the former institution A transferring student's grade-point average shall be calculated based only upon the student's credits earned while studying in Mae Fah Luang University. Clause 4 The statements in 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Third Issue), 2002' have been annulled and replaced by the following statements: Clause 22 Change of Discipline 22.1 An intra-school change of discipline must conform to the School's conditions To be eligible to request an inter-school change of discipline, a student must have completed a minimum of two regular semesters in the current School. The student's advisor, the Dean of the current School, and the Dean of the target School shall consider the issue and report it to the Academic Council for approval. Meanwhile, the student must submit a request to the Educational Service Centre, as required by the University A change of discipline shall be effective only after the Discipline Change fee has been paid and a new student-identity number has been issued. Each student is allowed to change his/her discipline only once throughout the curriculum.' Issued this fifth date of November Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 26

27 Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education (Seventh Issue), In order for Mae Fah Luang University to attune its bachelor's degree education to the standard and criteria set by the Ministry of University Affairs, the University Council reached a consensus in meeting 7/2004 on 12 November 2004 and, empowered by Article 17 (2) and (6) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, hereby issues the following rules. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education (Seventh Issue), 2004'. Clause 2 These rules are effective as of the beginning of academic year Clause 3 Clause 27.2 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules for Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' has been annulled and replaced by the following statement: 'Clause 27.2 To be eligible for the first-class honours, a student must possess the qualifications described in 27.1 and a grade-point average of 3.60 or higher. Issued this fifteenth date of November Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 27

28 Mae Fah Luang University s Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education (Eight Issue), 2005 To ensure effectiveness of Mae Fah Luang University s bachelor s degree education standards, in keeping with the university s academic objectives and philosophy, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Clause 17 (2) of Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 and by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 3/2005 on 13 May 2005, hereby issues this rule. 1. This rule is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education (Eighth Issue), 2005, hereinafter This Rule. 2. This Rule is effective as of the first semester of the academic year By This Rule, Clause (3) of Section 7 and Clause 15.1 of Section 8 of Mae Fah Luang University s Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999, has been annulled and replaced with the following: Section 7 Clause Other than stated in Clause above, an F grade may be given for the following reasons: (3) An I grade is not amended within the first two weeks of the immediately following semester, including the summer session. Section 8 Clause 15.1 Classification of studentship status (normal vs probationary) is first done after a student has finished his/her second regular semester and shall be done at the end of every regular semester (hence excluding a summer session). Classification of studentship status may be done at the end of a summer session ONLY IF 28

29 the student is expected to graduate or has fulfilled all of the degree requirements in that summer session. Cases other than these are subject to case-by-case consideration by the Academic Council. Issued this sixteenth day of May, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 29

30 Mae FahLuang University s Rules Ninth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2005 To ensure effectiveness of Mae FahLuang University s bachelor s degree education standards, in keeping with the university s academic objectives and philosophy, Mae FahLuang University, empowered by Clause 17 (2) of Mae FahLuang University Act 1998 and by Mae FahLuang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 5/2005 on 19 August 2005, hereby issues this regulation. 1. This regulation is referred to as Mae FahLuang University s Ninth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2005, hereinafter This Regulation. 2. This Regulation is effective as of the first semester of the academic year By This Regulation, Clause (4) of Section 7 of Mae FahLuang University s Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999, has been annulled and replaced with the following: Section 7 Clause Other than stated in Clause above, an F grade may be given for the following reasons: (4) An M grade is not amended within the first two weeks of the immediately following semester, including the summer session. Issued this twenty-second day of August, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (PowSarasin) Chairman, Mae FahLuang University Council 30

31 Mae Fah Luang University s Rules Tenth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2005 To ensure effectiveness of Mae Fah Luang University s bachelor s degree education standards, in keeping with the university s academic objectives and philosophy, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees Directive 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, which conferred administrative authority upon the President of Mae Fah Luang University, by Clause 26 (10) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 11/2005 on 12 October 2005, hereby issues this regulation. 1. This regulation is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Tenth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2005, hereinafter This Regulation. 2. This Regulation is effective as of the first semester of the academic year By This Regulation, Clause 22 of Section 10 of Mae Fah Luang University s Sixth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2003, has been annulled and replaced with the following: Section 10 Clause 22 Change of Study Programme 22.1 A student may apply for a change of study programme ONLY IF s/he has studied in the current programme for at least TWO regular semesters A change of study programme within a School is subject to the terms and conditions stipulated by that School. A student s change of study programme request shall be submitted to the student s advisor, who shall in turn forward the request to the Dean for approval. 31

32 22.3 A change to a study programme of a different School is subject to consent of the requestor s advisor of the current study programme, the Dean of the current School and the Committee of the School to which the requestor wishes to move. The consented request shall be submitted to the Academic Council for approval The requestor MUST submit the approved request to the Registration Division at least 30 (thirty) days before the beginning of the next semester A change of study programme shall be in effect ONLY AFTER the change of study programme fee has been paid and a new student-identity number has been issued Each student is allowed only ONE change of study programme throughout his/her studentship. Issued this eighteenth day of November, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 32

33 Mae FahLuang University s Rules Eleventh Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2008 As amendments to the current Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education are considered necessary for increased standards of Mae FahLuang University s bachelor s degree education, in keeping with the university s academic objectives and philosophy, Mae FahLuang University, empowered by Clause 17 (2) of Mae FahLuang University Act, 1998, and by Mae FahLuang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 1/2008 on 7 February 2008, hereby declares the following amendments to Mae FahLuang University s Fifth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, This regulation is referred to as Mae FahLuang University s Eleventh Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2008, hereinafter This Regulation. 2. This Regulation is effective as of the first semester of the academic year By This Regulation, the following clauses in Mae FahLuang University s Fifth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2003, have been annulled and replaced with the following: Cheating Offence: First Offence For a regular programme, the offender shall receive an F or a U grade for every course in which s/he has been enrolled in that semester, and shall not be permitted to withdraw from any of such courses. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor and the Student Discipline Unit. For a block-course programme, the offender shall receive an F or a U grade for every course in which s/he has been enrolled in that block, and shall not be permitted to withdraw from any of 33

34 such courses. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor and the Student Discipline Unit Second Offence For a regular programme, the offender shall receive an F or a U grade for every course in which s/he has been enrolled in that semester, and shall not be permitted to withdraw from any of such courses. In addition, the offender shall be subject to a minimum of one-semester suspension, which takes effect in the immediately following semester, not including the summer session. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor and the Student Discipline Unit. For a block-course programme, the offender shall receive an F or a U grade for every course in which s/he has been enrolled in that block, and shall not be permitted to withdraw from any of such courses. In addition, the offender shall be subject to aminimum of one-semester suspension, which takes effect in the immediately following semester, not including the summer session. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor and the Student Discipline Unit Third Offence The offender s studentship is immediately terminated. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor the Student Discipline Unit Inferable Cheating Intention Offence: For both regular and block-course programmes: First Offence The offender shall receive an F or a U grade for the course inwhose examination the offence was committed, and shall not be permitted to withdraw from that course. The offence shall then be reported to, and recorded by, the offender, his/her parents 34

35 or guardians, course instructor, his/her advisor and the Student Discipline Unit Second Offence The punishment stated in shall be imposed Third Offence The punishment stated in shall be imposed Fourth Offence The punishment stated in shall be imposed For other types of violation to the Examination Regulations for Regular and Block-Course Programmes, the offender shall receive a punishment fitting the offence, but not exceeding the punishment for a cheating offence stated in Issued this eighth day of February, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae FahLuang University Council 35

36 Mae Fah Luang University s Rules Twelfth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2009 As amendments to Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2009, as well as to its addenda and corrigenda, are considered necessary for the betterment of the university s teaching-learning process and in compliance with the Ministry of Education, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Clause 17 (2) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 2/2009 on 15 February 2009, hereby declares the following amendments to Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, This regulation is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Twelfth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2009, hereinafter This Regulation. 2. This Regulation is effective as of the summer session of the academic year By This Regulation, Clause of Section 4 of Mae Fah Luang University s Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999 has been annulled and replaced with the following: Section 4 Clause A student is eligible to enroll for a minimum of 9 (nine) credits but not exceeding 22 (twenty-two) credits in a regular semester and for a maximum of 9 (nine) credits in a summer session. Issued this sixteenth day of February, Signed Pol Gen PowSarasin (PowSarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 36

37 Mae Fah Luang University s Thirteenth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2010 To ensure effectiveness of Mae Fah Luang University s bachelor s degree education standards, in keeping with the university s academic objectives and philosophy, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Clause 26 (10) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees Directive 12/2002, dated 9 October 2002, and by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council s resolution reached in meeting 9/2010 on 14 September 2010, hereby declares the following amendments to Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, This regulation is referred to as Mae FahLuang University s Thirteenth Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 2010, hereinafter This Regulation. 2. This Regulation is effective as of the first semester of the academic year By This Regulation, Clause 20.1 of Section 9 of Mae Fah Luang University s Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999, has been annulled and replaced with the following: Section 9 Clause 20.1 The punishment for an offence committed by a student and/or his/her accomplice during a midterm examination or a final examination shall be imposed by the Examination Committee of the Academic Year, in the procedure stated hereunder. Issued this sixteenth day of October, Signed Ted Tesprateep (Associate Professor Dr Ted Tesprateep) President, Mae Fah Luang University 37

38 Mae Fah Luang University s Examination Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, Mae Fah Luang University has considered it necessary to amend and update its Bachelor s Degree Examination Rules, Therefore, empowered by Article 17 (2) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, and by the University Council Resolution reached in the 2/2007 meeting on 20 April 2007, the University Council hereby issues Mae Fah Luang University s Examination Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, 2007, as detailed hereunder. Clause 1 These rules are collectively referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Examination Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, Clause 2 These rules apply to bachelor s degree students and are effective as of academic year Clause 3 Mae Fah Luang University s Examination Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999 has been annulled and replaced by the rules stated herein. Clause 4 In these rules: The University refers to Mae Fah Luang University. The School refers to an academic school, an institute, a centre and a division of the University. The Dean refers to the dean of an academic school and the director of an institute, centre and division of the University. The School Board refers to the board of an academic school and that of an institute, centre and division of the University. The Examination Committee of the Academic Year refers to the administrators, instructors, staff and employees of academic schools, institutes, centres and divisions, who are appointed by the University to supervise the administration of examinations in each academic year. 38

39 Clause 5 Clause 6 Clause 7 The Examination-Copies Production Sub-committee refers to the administrators, instructors, staff and employees of academic schools, institutes, centres and divisions, who are appointed by the University to produce copies of examination papers in each academic year. The Examination Proctoring Sub-committee refers to the administrators, instructors, staff and employees of academic schools, institutes, centres and divisions, who are appointed by the University to proctor the examinations in each academic year. The Medical Consideration Sub-committee refers to the administrators, instructors, staff and employees of academic schools, institutes, centres and divisions, who are appointed by the University to consider examinationabsence requests due to health or medical problems in each academic year. The Examination Venue and Audiovisual Equipment Sub-committee refers to the administrators, instructors, staff and employees of academic schools, institutes, centres and divisions, who are appointed by the University to prepare the venues and audiovisual equipment for the examinations in each academic year. The Examination refers to the midterm examination, the final examination and any other examination administered by the University or School. The Examination Paper refers inclusively to the question sheet, answer sheet and answer-booklet required by the University or School for an examination. The Examinee refers to any Mae Fah Luang University student, whether enrolled in a regular programme or a special programme. Bachelor s Degree Education refers to the level of education as defined by Article 50 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter. The midterm and the final examinations shall be scheduled and announced in advance by the School or by the University. A course taught by several instructors, or a course with many sections taught by the same instructor, must have only one, identical examination paper, and the School shall appoint one instructor as course coordinator. The School Board shall appoint an Examination Committee of the Academic Year. 39

40 Clause 8 The Examination Committee of the Academic Year is entrusted with the authority to perform the following duties. 8.1 Selecting suitable persons and nominate them to the President for appointment to the following sub-committees: The Examination-Copies Production Sub-committee, assigned to produce, store, release and destroy all copies of examination papers; The Examination Proctoring Sub-committee, assigned to proctor examinations in accordance with Mae Fah Luang University Examination Proctoring Directions, 2007; The Medical Consideration Sub-committee, assigned to consider medical certificates and examination-absence requests due to health or medical problems; The Examination Venue and Audiovisual Equipment Sub-committee, assigned to prepare the venues and audiovisual equipment for the examinations. 8.2 Determining examination venues; 8.3 Determining methods of production, storage and destruction of examination copies; 8.4 Determining methods of release and reception of examination papers; 8.5 Ensuring that the examinations are administered in accordance with Mae Fah Luang University Examination Proctoring Directions, 2007, and with Mae Fah Luang University s Examination Regulations For Students, 2007; 8.6 Considering and arbitrating examination-related problems or disputes, the results of which being final; 8.7 Reporting examination sub-committee members performance to the Dean; 8.8 Performing examination-related duties as assigned by the Examination Committee of the Academic Year. 40

41 Clause 9 Clause 10 Clause 11 Clause 12 Clause 13 If an examination cannot be administered due to an unforeseeable circumstance, the Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year has the authority to take a proper course of action to settle the matter, while maintaining the effectiveness of the examination and ensuring fairness to the examinees. If a student is more than thirty minutes late for an examination, the Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year shall consider whether the student deserves the right to sit a later-scheduled examination, while maintaining the effectiveness of the examination and ensuring fairness to the examinees. The Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year shall duly notify the involved School of the Committee s decision. For a course for which a School consents to scheduling the examination separately (i.e., off the University s schedule), the School shall notify the Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year of the date, time and venue of the examination and the names of the proctors. The conditions for students eligibility to sit examinations are stated in Mae Fah Luang University s Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999, and its subsequent amendments, and in Mae Fah Luang University Rules Concerning Student Discipline, A student who is enrolled as a visitor to a course or has withdrawn a course and received a W grade is not eligible to sit any examinations for that course. The President retains the authority to enforce this set of rules and to issue rules, regulations, and notifications in support of this set of rules. Issued this twenty-third date of April, Signed Police General (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 41

42 Mae Fah Luang University s Regulation on Critaria for Conferment of a Diploma of Law Degree Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Law degree has earned curricular standard accreditation by the Institute of Legal Education of the Thai Bar and by the Lawyer s Practice Training Office of the Lawyers Council of Thailand. Therefore, in the interest of students, students are eligible to receive a Diploma of Law degree, with which they are able to apply for the course Lawyer s Practice, offered by the Lawyers Council of Thailand under the Royal Patronage, and for the Lawyer s License, upon passing the Lawyer s Practice Training Office s test and completing a Bachelor of Law degree. Empowered by Clause 17 (2) (3) and Article 53 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by by Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees resolution reached in meeting 3/2008, dated 16 May 2008, Mae Fah Luang University hereby issues the following set of criteria for conferment of a Diploma of Law degree. Clause 1 This regulation is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Regulation on Criteria for Conferment of a Diploma of Law Degree, 2008, hereinafter This Regulation. Clause 2 This Regulation is effective as of the date of issue. Clause 3 In This Regulation: The University refers to Mae Fah Luang University ; The President refers to the President of Mae Fah Luang University; The Registration Division refers to Registration Division of Mae Fah Luang University; The Student refers to any student of the Bachelor of Law programme of Mae Fah Luang University. Clause 4 To be eligible to receive a Diploma of Law degree, The Student must possess the qualifications and comply with the criteria stated hereunder. 42

43 4.1 The Student must have been enrolled for a minimum of 6 (six) regular semesters. 4.2 The Student must have been enrolled on the Bachelor of Law courses listed hereunder and earned a minimum of 90 (ninety) credits General Education: a minimum of 30 (thirty) credits; and Major Requirements: a minimum of 57 (fifty-seven)credits. The Bachelor of Law courses that The Students are required to pass are: Introduction to Laws Property Law General Part of Criminal Law Law of Criminal Offences Juristic Acts and Contracts Law of Obligations Law of Delicts Family Law Law of Succession Law of Civil Procedure Law of Civil Procedure Criminal Procedure Law Judicial System and Statute of Courts of Justice Law of Evidence Bankruptcy Law Constitutional Law or Administrative Law Specific Contract 1 or Specific Contract 2 or Law of Partnerships and Corporations or Law of Negotiable Instruments Free Electives: a minimum of 3 (three) credits Clause 5 The Student must have earned a minimum GPAX of 2.00 for the courses listed in 4.2 above. 43

44 Clause 6 The Student must file a request for a Diploma of Law to The Registration Division before the deadline specified by The University. Otherwise, The Student s name will not be submitted to The University s Board of Trustees for degree approval within the semester. Clause 7 The Student must pay a Diploma of Law degree conferment fee 1,000 (ten thousand) Baht. Clause 8 The President is in authority to enforce This Regulation and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of This Regulation or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. Issued this twentieth day of May, 2008 Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 44

45 Mae Fah Luang University Regulations Dress Code for Students, Mae Fah Luang University Council in its 3/1999 meeting on 5 April 1999 reached an agreement to issue Mae Fah Luang University Dress Code for Students, 1999, to be enforced as part of students affairs administration. Empowered by Article 59, Clause 2, of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998, Mae Fah Luang University hereby enacts Mae Fah Luang University Dress Code for Students, 1999, as detailed hereunder. Section 1 General Instructions Clause 1 This set of regulations is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Dress Code for Students, Clause 2 This dress code is effective as of the academic year Clause 3 In this dress code, the student refers to every student of all schools, but does not include graduate students or students permitted by the university or school to be dressed differently for specific reasons. Section 2 Male Students Uniform Clause 4 The uniform for a formal occasion, as required by the university or school, comprises: 4.1 A white, unpatterned long- or short-sleeved shirt, with the tail tucked inside the trousers; 4.2 A pair of black or dark blue trousers; 4.3 A black leather belt 3 centimetres in width, with a rectangular metal buckle embossed with the university seal; 45

46 Clause A dark blue neck-tie embroidered with the university symbol; 4.5 A pair of black or dark-coloured socks; and 4.6 A pair of black or dark-coloured leather shoes. For regular classroom attendance, the student shall be dressed in the uniform described in Clause 4 above, or in an appropriate outfit permitted by the university. Section 3 Female Students Uniform Clause 6 The uniform for a formal occasion, as required by the university or school, comprises: 6.1 A white, unpatterned blouse of considerable thickness and appropriate size, having a proportionate point-edged collar with an outside seam; sufficient length so that the tail can be completely tucked inside the skirt; a proportionate shoulder facing; a 3-centimetre-wide vertical fold along the middle of the back; a 3-centimetre-wide lapel on the front with 5 metal buttons each of which is embossed with the university seal; short elbowlength sleeves each of whose edges has a facing folded outward to form a 3-centimetre-wide band on the underside and a 6- centimetre-wide band on the upper side; and being entirely double-seamed; 6.2 A 3-centimetre-tall metal pin embossed with the university seal fastened onto the upper right part of the blouse; 6.3 A dark brown 3.5-centimetre-wide belt made of velvet or coarse leather, with a pointed end and a 4-centimetre-wide rectangular metal buckle embossed with the university seal, to be fastened at the top edge of the skirt (a belt of any other design is prohibited); 6.4 A black or dark-coloured unpatterned skirt made of non-glossy fabric, with a formal design and a length extending to the kneecap (denim, velvet or lacey material is prohibited); and 6.5 A pair of black, white, brown, dark blue or grey formal shoes with heels or heel-straps. 46

47 Section 4 Penalties Clause 8 Clause 9 If the student violates this dress code, s/he will not be permitted to attend classes or sit examinations. In case of repeated violations, the student will be subject to disciplinary misconduct penalties. The president has the authority to enforce this dress code. Issued this twelfth date of May, Signed Prachuab Chaisan (Prachuab Chaisan) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 47

48 Mae Fah Luang University Regulations On Students Discipline, Empowered by Article 17 (2) of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998, and by the University Council Resolution reached in the 6/1999 meeting on 30 September 1999, Mae Fah Luang University has consented to the enactment of Regulations on Students Discipline, 1999, as detailed hereunder. Clause 1 Clause 2 Clause 3 Clause 4 Section 1 General Instructions These regulations are collectively referred to as Regulations on Students Discipline, These regulations shall be effective immediately upon their promulgation. In these regulations: The university refers to Mae Fah Luang University. The President refers to the President of Mae Fah Luang University. The student refers to every student of Mae Fah Luang University. The President retains the authority to enforce these regulations and to issue rules, regulations, and notifications in support of these regulations. Clause 5 Clause 6 Clause 7 Section 2 Students Discipline The student shall strictly obey the law and Mae Fah Luang University s rules, regulations, orders, notifications and directives, and shall not be engaged in activities in violation thereof. The student shall retain the unity, order, reputation and honour of the university. The student shall behave decorously and refrain from actions that may jeopardise the student himself/herself, the student s parents or guardians and the university. 48

49 Clause 8 Clause 9 Clause 10 Clause 11 Clause 12 Clause 13 Clause 14 Clause 15 Clause 16 Clause 17 Clause 18 Clause 19 Clause 20 The student shall behave in accord with sound moral, ethic and cultural principles, and shall not practice customs, traditions or lifestyles that are inappropriate to Thai culture. The student shall obey the instructions or suggestions of instructors and university officials who are legitimately performing their duties. The student shall produce his/her student ID card immediately upon inspection request by instructors or university officials. The student shall be within the university s premises during the time specified by the university, unless permitted otherwise on a case-by-case basis. The student shall not be so indebted that s/he brings damage to his/her own, other people s or the university s reputation. The student shall not bring into the university s premises any narcotic, alcoholic or intoxicating substances, and shall not consume or be addicted to such substances in a manner that may jeopardize the university. The student shall not gamble or be involved in or be an accomplice to any gambling activities, and shall not be in a gambling place of any kind. The student shall not steal, embezzle or damage other people s and the university s property. The student shall not commit any offence that may jeopardise the university. The student shall not violate the law or do anything detrimental to other people or the university. Whilst within the university s premises, the student shall not carry weapons, explosive materials or objects that are potential weapons or that can be used as weapons. The student shall not initiate or be involved in a brawl with fellow students or other people, and shall refrain from all kinds of peace-disrupting actions both inside and outside the university s premises. If the student commits or is engaged in an offence involving administrative officials or the police, the student shall immediately report it to his/her advisor or the Division of Students Affairs. 49

50 Clause 21 Clause 22 Clause 23 If the student is sentence to imprisonment, except for a petty crime or an offence due to carelessness, the student is considered having committed serious disciplinary misconduct. Section 3 Students Discipline Committee The Students Discipline Committee comprises: - Vice-President, as designated by the President Chair - Advisor, representing the school to which the student belongs Committee - Head of Division of Student Development, or representative Committee - Head of Unit of Students Discipline, or Committee and Secretary representative - Officer of Unit of Students Discipline Committee and Secretary- Assistant If necessary, the Students Discipline Committee may request the presence of other advisors, university officials, Chairperson of Students Administration Organization or Chairperson of Student Council. Section 4 Penalty for Disciplinary Misconduct If the student violates the law or the university s rules, regulations, orders, notifications or directives, the student is considered having committed disciplinary misconduct and is subject to one or more of the following penalties. 1) A written admonition; 2) A probation; 3) A suspension of no more than one academic year; 4) Withdrawal of studentship; and/or 5) Any other penalty as the university considers appropriate. Section 5 Investigation of and Punishment for Disciplinary Misconduct Clause 24 The Students Discipline Committee shall execute the investigation of the student s disciplinary misconduct, unless appointed otherwise by 50

51 the university on a case-by-case basis. After completing the investigation, the Students Discipline Committee (or the investigative committee appointed by the university) shall submit the investigation results to the university to consider an appropriate penalty for the student-offender. Clause 25 Clause 26 Clause 27 Clause 28 In the course of investigating to establish facts and evidence to prove the alleged disciplinary misconduct, the Students Discipline Committee shall be authorised to: 1) summon and investigate the student accused of disciplinary misconduct, or other people allegedly involved in such misconduct; and 2) collect and inspect witnesses and evidence pertaining to the misconduct. The authority to impose disciplinary misconduct penalties belongs to the President or the person designated by the President. The university shall inform, without delay, the student-offender s parents (or guardians) and advisor as soon as the notification of the penalty is issued. Section 6 Promotion of Appropriate Students Behaviour The Students Discipline Committee shall be responsible for promoting appropriate students behaviour and for monitoring students behaviour by means of publicly announcing and campaigning for increased awareness of the importance of students discipline and appropriate conduct, or by any other means as considered effective. Issued this second date of December, 1999 Signed Prajuab Chaiyasarn (Prajuab Chaiyasarn) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 51

52 Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Regulations For Students, Mae Fah Luang University has considered it necessary to amend and update its Bachelor's Degree Examination Rules, Therefore, empowered by Clause 13 of Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 2007, and consented by Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council Resolution reached in the 4/2007 meeting on 3 April 2007, Mae Fah Luang University has amended Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Regulations For Students as follows. Clause 1 Clause 2 Clause 3 Clause 4 This set of regulations is called 'Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Regulations For Students, 2007'. These rules apply to bachelor's degree students and are effective as of academic year 'Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999' has been annulled and replaced by the rules stated herein. In these regulations: 'The University' refers to 'Mae Fah Luang University'. 'The Examination' refers to the midterm examination, the final examination and any other examination administered by the University or School. 'The Examination Paper' refers inclusively to the question sheet, answer sheet and answer-booklet required by the University or School for an examination. 'The Examinee' refers to any Mae Fah Luang University student, whether enrolled in a regular programme or a special programme. 'Cheating in an examination' refers to an examinee's possession of textbook(s), note(s), document(s) and/or communication device(s) in the examination room and use thereof for the benefit of the examination, 52

53 Clause 5 Clause 6 Clause 7 including any act aimed at obtaining an answer dishonestly, providing any other examinee with an answer and any other similar act, unless specified otherwise in writing on the examination paper. 'Inclination to cheat' refers to an examinee's possession of textbook(s), note(s) documents(s) and/or communication device(s) in the examination room but without use thereof for the benefit of the examination, including an attempt to communicate between examinees of the same examination and any other similar act, unless specified otherwise in writing on the examination paper. The examinee must sit the examination strictly as scheduled' by the University or School. In the case that an examination is scheduled off the regular timetable, the examinee must sit the examination according to the University's or School's latest announcement, lest an absence from the examination. The examinee must produce to the proctor before every examination his/her student identification card or a temporary student identification paper or any other photograph-bearing card issued by a state authority. The examinee must also sign the Examination Sign-up Form as proof of sitting the examination. If the examinee is without any such identification, the examinee must contact the Examination Committee of the Academic Year at the Examination Committee Centre to obtain an Examination Permit. In case that the examinee's name is neither on the Examination Sign-up Form nor on the Examination Right Certification, the proctor shall not allow the examinee to sit the examination and the examinee and must report immediately to the Examination Committee of the Academic Year at the Examination Committee Centre. In the case that I the examinee is in a wrong examination room, the proctor shall take the examinee to the correct room. An examinee must be dressed in strict accordance with the 1999 Mae Fah Luang University Students' Dress Code. 53

54 Clause 8 The examinee must have his/her own stationary items, such as pens, pencils, a rubber, a ruler, a T-square, a protractor or a compass. Lending or borrowing during the examination is prohibited, unless permitted by the proctor. Clause 9 Textbooks, notes, documents, calculators, or instruments related to an examination are prohibited in the examination room, unless permitted by the course instructor, with clear indication on the examination paper. Clause 10 The examinee must enter the examination room at the examination-start signal. If the examinee is more than fifteen minutes but less than thirty minutes late for the examination, the examinee must complete and sign the Examination Report Form in order to be permitted to sit the examination, and no extra time will be given to the late examinee. If the examinee is more than thirty minutes late for an examination, s/he is by no means permitted to sit the examination. The examinee must report and submit a written reason or explanation immediately to the Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year to consider whether the examinee shall be allowed to take the examination at a later time. The Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year shall then notify the involved School accordingly. Clause 11 When seated in the examination room, the examinee must write clearly on the answer-booklet or answer-sheet his/her name, surname, student identification number and any other required information, before starting doing the examination at the start signal or proctor's permission. Clause 12 During the examination, the examinee must not speak or communicate in any way with any other examinee, and must not do anything that might disturb the other examinees.the proctor retains the authority to warn the examinee against such an act. Clause 13 The' examinee must strictly follow he examination directions. Once the answer has been submitted, no change of any kind is allowed to he made. 54

55 Clause 14 If the examinee needs an additional answer-booklet or answer-sheet, or an instrument required for the examination, or any explanation, the examinee can inform or enquire only the proctor. Clause 15 The examinee must not tear any page or any part of the examination paper or take all or part of it out of the examination room. Clause 16 The examinee is allowed to leave the examination room only after fortyfive minutes of examination time have elapsed and after his/her examination paper has been collected by the proctor. In case that an examinee need to leave the examination room temporarily (such as for the toilet), the examinee must ask for the proctor's permission, and the proctor shall consider the request at his/her discretion. Clause 17 After the examinee has submitted his/her answer to the proctor, the examinee must leave the examination room and its vicinity immediately without doing, anything that might disturb the other examinees. Clause 18 If the examinee wishes to submit his/her answer before time, the examinee must raise his/her hand to signal the proctor to collect the examinee's answer, after which time the examinee is allowed to leave the examination room. Clause 19 When the examination time is up, the examinee must stop writing, place the examination paper and the answer booklet or answer-sheet on his/her desk (with an additional answer-booklet or answer-sheet, if any, inserted in the first answer booklet or put under the first answer-sheet) and wait for the proctor to collect all of the papers, before leaving the examination room. If the examinee fails to do as directed in the previous statement, the proctors shall report his/her misdeed to the Chairperson of the Examination Committee of the Academic Year for further action. Clause 20 The examinee who violates any of (the regulations stated herein, or does anything suspicious, is subject to search by the proctor. Clause 21 The examinee must acknowledge and strictly follow Mae Fah Luang University's Examination Regulations For Students, 2007, as well as other examination-related regulations, rules or notifications in support of this set of regulations. 55

56 In case of violation, Mae Fah Luang University retains the authority to enforce Clause 20 of Mae hah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor s Degree Education, Issued this first date of May, 2007 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 56

57 Mae Fah Luang University's Commencement Attire Regulations For Graduates, 2003 To ensure orderliness and uniformity of Mae Fah Luang University graduates' commencement attires, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Clause 21 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by Mae Fah Luang University Directive 2/2002, issued on 9 October 2002, both of which authorise the President of Mae Fah Luang University to issue, for managerial improvement reasons, rules, regulations, codes and notifications not contradicting any of the University's previously declared policies and regulations, hereby issues the following regulations. Clause 1 These regulations are collectively referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Commencement Attire Regulations For Graduates, 2003'. Clause 2 These rules apply to bachelor's degree students and are effective as of the date of issue Clause 3 In these regulations: 'The University' refers to 'Mae Fah Luang University' 'The President' refers to 'The President of Mae Fah Luang University' 'A Graduate' refers to 'a graduate of Mae Fah Luang University' 'An Academic Rob' refers to 'a robe appointed by Mae Fah Luang University to be worn by a graduate of Mae Fah Luang University in the commencement' Clause 4 A graduate who shall attend the commencement must be dressed as prescribed hereunder. Bachelor's Degree Graduates 4.1 A male graduate must be dressed in: (1) A white Royal Pattern shirt (an outer garment called in Thai 'Raj Pattern') with five University-symbol low relief buttons made of silver-colour metal, and with a rectangular, School-color decorative band 57

58 with isosceles ends and with a one-centimeter-wide golden ribbon running throughout its length, attached to the collar; (2) A pair of white, loose-fitting trousers extending to cover the ankles, with a fly, and with a vertical pocket on each of the outer seams; (3) A pair of black, leather shoes without any patterns or ornaments; (4) A pair of short, black socks without any patterns or ornaments; (5) An academic robe. 4.2 A female graduate must be dressed in: (1) A white uniform blouse buttoned up to the throat; (2) A formal, black skirt extending to cover the kneecaps, without any patterns or ornaments; (3) A uniform belt; (4) A pair of black, leather shoes with heels not higher than 3 inches and without any patterns or ornaments; (5) A pair of cream-color, diaphanous stockings (optional); (6) An academic robe. Master's Degree and Doctorate Degree Graduates 4.3 A male graduate must be dressed in: (1) A white shirt, with a navy-blue neck-tie; (2) A navy-blue suit; (3) A pair of black, leather shoes without any patterns or ornaments; (4) A pair of short, black socks without any patterns or ornaments; (5) An academic robe. 4.4 A female graduate must be dressed in: (1) A formal, long- or short-sleeved, collared white blouse; (2) A black skirt extending to cover the kneecaps, without any patterns or ornaments; (3) A pair of black, leather shoes with heels not higher than 3 inches and without any patterns or ornaments; (4) A pair of cream-color, diaphanous stockings (optional); (5) An academic robe. Clause 5 A graduate who holds a position in the civil service, police force or military shall wear his/her official uniform (without the cap) under the academic robe. 58

59 Clause 6 A pregnant graduate shall wear a formal, white, unpatterned and unornamented dress under the academic robe, with the length of the inner dress not exceeding that of the academic robe. Clause 7 A Muslim graduate may wear a Muslim costume under the academic robe. Clause 8 The President is authorised to enforce these regulations and to issue further rules and instructions in keeping with these regulations. Announced date: the 25 th of July 2003 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 59

60 Mae Fah Luang University's Notification On Medal Title.. According to Clause 28 of Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999 which stipulates that The first-classhonours student who possesses the highest grade-point average in his/her discipline and in the same academic year is entitled to a medal', the members of the Medal Working Group reached a consensus in meeting 1/2004 on 6 October 2004 to appoint the medal a title that would clearly represent its purpose and significance. Empowered by Article 26 (1) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council's consent given in meeting 11/2004 on 13 October 2004, the University hereby appoints the title 'Magna Cum Laude Medal' to a medal conferred under the condition prescribed by Clause 28 of Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, Issued this twentieth date of October 2004 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 60

61 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement On Schools Symbolic Colours.. To assign symbolic colors to represent the Schools of Mae Fah Luang University in various activities and on the academic robes, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 3/2014 on 5 March 2014, hereby annuls Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Schools Symbolic Colors, dated 11 June 2013, and stipulates this Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement On Schools Symbolic Colours, 2014 in its lieu, as detailed hereunder 1. School of Science Yellow 2. School of Liberal Arts Grey 3. School of Information Technology Dark Blue 4. School of Agro-Industry Pink 5. School of Management Light Blue 6. School of Law White 7. School of Cosmetic Science Magenta 8. School of Health Science Light Green 9. School of Nursing Science Orange 10. School of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Dark Green 11. School of Medicine Green 12. School of Dentistry Dark Violet With immediate effect Issued this twentieth day of March, 2014 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 61

62 Mae Fah Luang University's Notification On Education and Other Fees Required of Mae Fah Luang University's Bachelor's Degree Students, Mae Fah Luang University Council, having agreed to re-adjust the rates of education and other fees imposed on Bachelor's Degree students, hereby issues the 'Notification On Education and Other Fees Required of Mae Fah Luang University's Bachelor's Degree Students, 2001', to serve as a basis for further operation in this regard. Empowered by Article 17 (2) jf the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by Mae Fah Luang University Council's resolutions reached in meetings 3/1999 and 2/2001, on 5 April 1999 and 4 April 2001, respectively, Mae Fah Luang University Council hereby issues the notification, which is Clause 1 This notification is referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University's Notification on Education and Other Fees Required of Mae Fah Luang University's Bachelor's Degree Students, 2001'. Clause 2 This notification is effective as of now. Clause 3 'Mae Fah Luang University's Notification on Education and Other Fees and Charges Required of Mae Fah Luang University's Bachelor's Degree Students, 1999' and 'Mae Fah Luang University's Notification on Education and Other Fees and Charges Required of Mae Fah Luang University's Bachelor's Degree Students (Second Issue), 2000' have been annulled and replaced by this notification. Clause 4 The President is authorized to effectuate this notification and to issue further instructions in keeping with this notification. Clause 5 The rates of the education fees that the University shall collect appear as follows. 5.1 Fees collected once (1) Student-registration fee1,000 Baht (2) Graduate-registration fee1,000 Baht (3) Security deposit2,000 Baht (4) Medical examination and X-ray (as collected by the hospital) 62

63 5.2 Annually collected fees (1) University support 5,000 Baht (2) Student s activities 200 Baht (3) Accident insurance premium 200 Baht 5.3 Semestrally collected fees (1) Tuition fee Regular semester (academic, years ) 500 Baht/credit Regular semester (academic: years )700 Baht/credit (2) Tuition fee Summer session 1,000 Baht/credit (3) Dormitory fee800 Baht/month 5.4 Other fees and charges (1) Student-ID card100 Baht (Except the first student-id card and a replacement for an expired card) (2) Late-registration fine 50 Baht/day (3) Academic transcript 50 Baht/copy (4) Letter of certification 50 Baht/copy (5) Translation of degree certificate/ other certificates 200 Baht/certificate (6) Continuance 500 Baht/semester (7) Resumption of studentship 500 Baht/request (8) Change of discipline 500 Baht (9) Transfer from a different institution 1,000 Baht Issued this twenty-sixth date of April 2001 Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 63

64 Mae Fah Luang University Council Announcement Re: Rate of tuition fee and other related fees for undergraduate students, Mae Fah Luang University (Ninth Series), 2012 In order to facilitate learning and instruction and bolster efficiency at the undergraduate level of Mae FahLuang University, it has been agreed to issue an announcement regarding the rate of tuition fees and other related fees for undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University (Ninth Series) as of 2012 in compliance with university practice. By virtue of Section 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998 and the resolutions passed by the University Council at 4/2012 meeting on July 20, 2012, the University Council has issued the following announcement: Clause 1 Clause 2 This announcement is entitled The university announcement on rate of tuition fee and other related fees for undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University (Ninth Series) as of This announcement is in effect for entering undergraduate students as of the 2012 academic year. Clause 3 Statement 5.4 (1) of the university announcement regarding the rate of tuition fee and other related fees for undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University, 2001 on April 26, 2001 has been terminated. It has been replaced with the following statement: 5.4 (1) The cost of a replacement student card is 200 Baht. This cost is not applicable to the initial issuance of a student card or to a renewed student. Clause 4 Other related fees not in this announcement are stated in the university announcement on the rate of tuition fee and other related fees for undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University, 2001 dated April 26,

65 Clause 5 The President has been authorized to oversee the implementation of this announcement and is also authorized to decide on cases in contradiction with this announcement. The President s judgment is considered final. Announced on July 23, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 65

66 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, Mae Fah Luang University considers it appropriate to adjust the tuition and other fees for its undergraduate programs in keeping with the current economic condition and as a standard procedure for the university s operation. Empowered by Clause 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 5/2012 on 19 September 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for its undergraduate programs, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, The adjustment detailed herein applies to the students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2013 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s undergraduate programs are as follows. 4.1 For regular undergraduate programs, the following rates apply Humanities and Social Sciences Programs: 1) Bachelor of Arts in English (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 160,000 for the entire program THB 20,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 208,000 for the entire program THB 26,000 to be paid per semester 66

67 2) Bachelor of Arts in Business Chinese (four-year program) A. Bachelor of Arts in Business Chinese (four-year program) B. Foreign students: THB 364,000 for the entire program THB 45,500 to be paid per semester 3) Bachelor of Arts in Chinese (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 144,000 for the entire program THB 18,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 187,200 for the entire program THB 23,400 to be paid per semester 4) Bachelor of Arts in Thai Language and Culture (four-year program for NON-THAI students only) A. Foreign students: THB 240,000 for the entire program THB 30,000 to be paid per semester 5) Bachelor of Arts in Chinese-Language Teaching (five-year program) A. Thai students: THB 200,000 for the entire program THB 20,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 260,000 for the entire program THB 26,000 to be paid per semester 6) Bachelor of Accounting (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 176,000 for the entire program THB 22,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 228,800 for the entire program THB 28,600 to be paid per semester 7) Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism Management (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 176,000 for the entire programm THB 22,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 228,800 for the entire program THB 28,600 to be paid per semester 8) Bachelor of Business Administration in Hospitality Industry Management (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 176,000 for the entire program THB 22,000 to be paid per semester 67

68 B. Foreign students: THB 228,800 for the entire program THB 28,600 to be paid per semester 9) Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Administration (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 176,000 for the entire program THB 22,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 228,800 for the entire program THB 28,600 to be paid per semester C. For Mae Fah Luang University-University of Brighton s collaborative bachelor s degree program in Business Administration, the following tuition apllies. - For the two academic years (six trimesters) spent at Mae Fah Luang University : THB 300,000 divided into THB 50,000 per trimester For each of the two academic years: THB 50,000 for the first trimester THB 50,000 for the second trimester THB 50,000 for the third (summer) trimester The above tuition does NOT include transportation, accommodation, meals and other expenditures related to the study period spent at the University of Brighton. - The student shall pay tuition to the University of Brighton, as required by the University of Brighton. 10) Bachelor of Business Administration in Aviation Business Management (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 288,000 for the entire program THB 36,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 374,400 for the entire program THB 46,800 to be paid per semester C. Enrollment in Aviation Business Management major requirements (courses) is subject to additional fees. For the courses Flying Operation 1, Flying Operation 2 and Flying Operation 3, the student, upon enrolling in each of these 68

69 courses, shall pay an additional THB 16,000 per hour for the 10-hour flying practice session required by each course. 11) Bachelor of Economics (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 200,000 for the entire program THB 25,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 260,000 for the entire program THB 32,500 to be paid per semester 12) Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 200,000 for the entire program THB 25,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 260,000 for the entire program THB 32,500 to be paid per semester 13) Bachelor of Laws (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 160,000 for the entire program THB 20,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 208,000 for the entire program THB 26,000 to be paid per semester Science and Technology Programs: 1) Bachelor of Science in Bio-Science (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program 29,250 to be paid per semester 2) Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 3) Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester 69

70 B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 4) Bachelor of Engineering in Information and Communication Engineering (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 5) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 6) Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Technology and Animation (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 200,000 for the entire program THB 25,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 260,000 for the entire program THB 32,500 to be paid per semester 7) Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 8) Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 9) Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester 70

71 B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 10) Bachelor of Science in Technology Management of Agricultural Produce and Packaging (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 11) Bachelor of Science in Cosmetic Science (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 224,000 for the entire program THB 28,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 291,200 for the entire program THB 36,400 to be paid per semester 12) Bachelor of Science in Beauty Technology (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 224,000 for the entire program THB 28,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 291,200 for the entire program THB 36,400 to be paid per semester Health Science Programs: 1) Bachelor of Physical Therapy (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 224,000 for the entire program THB 28,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 291,200 for the entire program THB 36,400 to be paid per semester 2) Bachelor of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine in Applied Thai Traditional Medicine (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 224,000 for the entire program THB 28,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 291,200 for the entire program THB 36,400 to be paid per semester 3) Bachelor of Public Health (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 180,000 for the entire program THB 22,500 to be paid per semester 71

72 B. Foreign students: THB 234,000 for the entire program THB 29,250 to be paid per semester 4) Bachelor of Science in Sports and Health Science (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 172,000 for the entire program THB 21,600 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 224,640 for the entire program THB 28,080 to be paid per semester 5) Bachelor of Nursing Science (four-year program) A. Thai students: THB 264,000 for the entire program THB 33,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 343,200 for the entire program THB 42,900 to be paid per semester 4.2 For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to both Thai and foreign students For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB-4,000 tuition is collected For the Business Chinese program, THB-600-per-credit unit is collected as tuition for each Foundation Chinese course. 5. In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program) or within ten semesters (as required by a five-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.1 Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. 5.2 The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 72

73 7.3 Student s activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 8. The tuition rates for Intensive English and Foundation Chinese courses shall conform to applicable notifications issued by Mae Fah Luang University. 9. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, BE 2544 (2001), dated 26 April 2001, and in applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. 10. Undergraduate-level students entering Mae Fah Luang University before the academic year 2013 shall pay tuition and other fees as required for the students of any given academic year. Issued this twentieth day of September, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 73

74 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Arts in International Development. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Bachelor of Arts in International Development. It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 1/2013 on 23 January 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Bachelor of Arts in International Development, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Arts in International Development. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2013 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture are as follows. 4.1 Bachelor of Arts in International Development (four-year program, REGULAR semesters) A. Thai students: THB 240,000 for the entire program THB 30,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 312,000 for the entire program THB 39,000 to be paid per semester 4.2 Bachelor of Arts in International Development (four-year program, SUMMER semesters) 74

75 For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to both Thai and foreign students A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB- 4,000 tuition is collected. 5. In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.1 Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. 5.2 The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. Even if a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Council Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this twenty-fourth day of January, 2013 Signed Sunthorn Arunanonchai (Sunthorn Arunanonchai) Deputy-Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council On Behalf of Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 75

76 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013: Bachelor of Arts in Chinese and Culture. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture. It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 2/2013 on 19 September 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Arts in Chinese and Culture. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2013 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture are as follows. 4.1 Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture (four-year program, REGULAR semesters) A. Thai students: THB 240,000 for the entire program THB 30,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 312,000 for the entire program THB 39,000 to be paid per semester 76

77 4.2 Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture (four-year program, SUMMER semesters) For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to both Thai and foreign students A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan,thb- 4,000 tuition is collected. 5. In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.1 In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.2 The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 77

78 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Council Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this third day of April, 2013 Signed Sunthorn Arunanonchai (Sunthorn Arunanonchai) Deputy-Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council On Behalf of Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 78

79 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Doctor of Medicine. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Doctor of Medicine. It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 4/2013 on 18 March 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Doctor of Medicine as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Doctor of Medicine. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2013 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Doctor of Medicine are as follows. 4.1 Doctor of Medicine (six-year program, REGULAR semesters) THB 600,000 for the entire program THB 50,000 to be paid per semester 4.2 Doctor of Medicine (six-year program, SUMMER semesters) For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to student A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. 79

80 B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB-4,000 tuition is collected. 5. In case a student does not graduate within twelve semesters (as required by a regular six-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.1 Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. 5.2 The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Council Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this nineteenth day of March, 2013 Signed Sunthorn Arunanonchai (Sunthorn Arunanonchai) Deputy-Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council On Behalf of Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 80

81 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering. It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 5/2013 on 9 August 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2014 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering are as follows. 4.1 Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering (four-year program, REGULAR semesters) A. Thai students: THB 240,000 for the entire program THB 30,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 312,000 for the entire program THB 39,000 to be paid per semester 4.2 Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering (four-year program, SUMMER semesters) 81

82 For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to both Thai and foreign students A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB- 4,000 tuition is collected. 5. In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program), the following fees shall be collected. A. Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. B. The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Council Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this nineteenth day of September, 2013 Signed General Sampao Choosri (Sampao Choosri) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 82

83 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 7/2013 on 20 November 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2014 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health are as follows. 4.1 Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health (four-year program, REGULAR semesters) A. Thai students: THB 240,000 for the entire program THB 30,000 to be paid per semester B. Foreign students: THB 312,000 for the entire program THB 39,000 to be paid per semester 83

84 4.2 Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health (four-year program, SUMMER semesters) For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to both Thai and foreign students A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB- 4,000 tuition is collected. 5. In case a student does not graduate within eight semesters (as required by a regular four-year program), the following fees shall be collected. A. Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. B. The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6. If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7. The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 84

85 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this nineteenth day of March, 2013 Signed Sunthorn Arunanonchai (Sunthorn Arunanonchai) Deputy-Chair, Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees On Behalf of Chair, Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees 85

86 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program As Mae Fah Luang University has started its bachelor s degree program in Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is necessary that tuition and other fees for this new program be stipulated as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Articles 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council obtained in meeting 7/2013 on 20 November 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Undergraduate-Level and Other Fees, 2013 : Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program. 2. This notification applies to the students entering Mae Fah Luang University in academic year 2014 and thereafter. 3. The President is authorized to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problems or disputes arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program, a five-year curriculum, are as follows. 4.1 Tuition to be paid to Mae Fah Luang University: Tuition for the Intensive Chinese courses (two semesters), in case the student has not achieved the Chinese-language proficiency level as required by the university; and Tuition for Traditional Chinese Medicine courses as required by the curriculum (eight semesters). 86

87 4.2 Tuition to be paid to the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the People s Republic of China (two semesters), as required by the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 5. The tuition to be paid to Mae Fah Luang University for the Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program, a five-year curriculum, is as follows. 5.1 Tuition to be paid to Mae Fah Luang University: For Thai students: The total tuition of THB 560,000 shall be paid if the student is required to take the Intensive Chinese courses. The tuition consists of the following. (1) THB 60,000 for the two Intensive Chinese courses (two semesters), at THB 30,000 per semester; (2) THB 480,000 for the courses required by the Chinese Medicine program (eight semesters), at THB 60,000 per semester; and (3) Studentship fee of THB 20,000 for the two semesters during which the student studies in China, at THB 10,000 per semester The total tuition of THB 500,000 shall be paid if the student is not required to take the Intensive Chinese courses. The tuition consists of the following. (1) THB 480,000 for the courses required by the Traditional Chinese Medicine Program (eight semesters), at THB 60,000 per semester; and (2) Studentship fee of THB 20,000 for the two semesters during which the student studies in China, at THB 10,000 per semester For foreign (non-chinese-speaking) students: The total tuition of THB 728,000 shall be paid if the student is required to take the Intensive Chinese courses. The tuition consists of the following. (1) THB 78,000 for the two Intensive Chinese courses (two semesters), at THB 39,000 per semester; 87

88 (2) THB 624,000 for the courses required by the Traditional Chinese Medicine Program (eight semesters), at THB 78,000 per semester; and (3) Studentship fee of THB 26,000 for the two semesters during which the student studies in China, at THB 13,000 per semester The total tuition of THB 650,000 shall be paid if the student is not required to take the Intensive Chinese courses. The tuition consists of the following. (1) THB 624,000 for the courses required by the Traditional Chinese Medicine Program (eight semesters), at THB 78,000 per semester; and (2) Studentship fee of THB 26,000 for the two semesters during which the student studies in China, at THB 13,000 per semester. 5.2 The student shall pay the tuition for the two semesters during which the student is enrolled at the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the People s Republic of China (two semesters), as required by the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 5.3 The tuition stated in 5.1 and 5.2 does not include travel expenses, accommodations, food and any other expenditures related to the student s enrollment at the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 5.4 The summer session tuition for Thai and foreign students is as follows No fee shall be collected for enrollment in summer courses required by the study plan for the given summer A fee of THB 4,000 shall be collected for enrollment in courses not required by the study plan for the given summer. 6. The following fees shall be collected in case the student does not fulfill the program s requirements within the specified period of time (5 years or 10 semesters, but not including the Intensive Chinese year). 6.1 In case of enrollment in 9 credit units or fewer, fifty percent of the tuition stated in (2) or (2) shall be collected. 6.2 In case of enrollment in more than 9 credit units, full tuition as stated in (2) or (2) shall be collected. 88

89 7. A student who graduates earlier than required shall pay the full amount of tuition as specified in 5.1 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 8. The tuition stated in 5.1 in this notification includes fees for the following. 8.1 Courses credit units; 8.2 Support for the university; 8.3 Students activities; 8.4 Sports support and development; 8.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration; (2) Graduate registration; 8.6 Accident insurance. 9. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Board of Trustees Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and upon appropriate notifications issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this 21 of November, Signed General Samphao Chusri (Samphao Chusri) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 89

90 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Doctor of Dental Surgery. Mae Fah Luang University has widened its academic scope by offering a Doctor of Dental Surgery. It is necessary, therefore, that tuition and other fees for this new program is specified as part of the university s curricular management. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 7/2013 on 20 November 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the tuition and other fees for the Doctor of Dental Surgery, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2013 : Doctor of Dental Surgery. 2. This notification applies to students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2014 and thereafter. 3. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. 4. The rates of tuition for Mae Fah Luang University s Doctor of Dental Surgery are as follows. 4.1 Doctor of Dental Surgery (six-year program, REGULAR semesters) THB 600,000 for the entire program THB 50,000 to be paid per semester 4.2 Doctor of Dental Surgery (six-year program, SUMMER semesters) For summer session enrollment, the following conditions apply to student A. For summer session courses required by the study plan, NO additional tuition is collected. B. For summer session courses NOT required by the study plan, THB- 4,000 tuition is collected. 90

91 5. In case a student does not graduate within twelve semesters (as required by a regular six-year program), the following fees shall be collected. 5.1 Fifty percent of the tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of nine credit units or less. 5.2 The full tuition rate specified in Clause 4 shall be collected for enrollment of more than nine credit units. 6 If a student graduates before the study plan requirement, the student is still required to pay the entire tuition as stated in Clause 4 (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 7 The tuition for each program stated in Clause 4 of this notification, which is referred to as Undergraduate-Level Tuition, includes the following. 7.1 Courses credit units 7.2 University support 7.3 Students activities 7.4 Sports support and development 7.5 One-time fees: (1) Student registration (2) Graduate registration 7.6 Accident insurance 8. Fees other than those stipulated herein shall be collected based on Mae Fah Luang University Council Notification on Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees, 2001, dated 26 April 2001, and on applicable notifications to be issued by Mae Fah Luang University in the future. Issued this twenty first day of November, 2013 Signed General Sampao Choosri (Sampao Choosri) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 91

92 Mae Fah Luang University Announcement Re: Rate of Service Fee and Public Service fee, Mae Fah Luang University (Second Edition, 2013).. In accordance with the announcement dated March 24, 2008 regarding the rate of the service fee and the public service fee, Mae Fah Luang University has decided to adjust the rate of both the service fee and the public service fee to meet current circumstances. By virtue of Section 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and of the resolution passed by the Finance and Properties Management Committee at the 2/2013 meeting on March 1, 2013, the notice of the increased rate of service fee and public service fee of Mae Fah Luang University are announced as follows: Clause 1 This announcement is entitled Mae Fah Luang University Announcement on the Rate of service fee and public service fee (Second Edition), Clause 2 The rate of both the service fee and the public service fee for undergraduate students in a regular educational system at Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai was accepted by the university in The rate was adjusted to 800 Baht per semester excluding the summer semester. Clause 3 The President has been authorized to oversee the implementation of this announcement and the President s judgment is considered final. This announcement has been in effect since the 2013 academic year. Announced on March 8, 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 92

93 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Medical Examination Fee Criteria for New Undergraduate Students Entering in the Academic Year Mae Fah Luang University considers it necessary to require that all of the new undergraduate students entering in the academic year 2014 be subject to a medical examination, and to stipulate criteria for the medical examination fees. The main purposes of this requirement are (i) screening for diseases; (ii) reduction of disease risk; (iii) promotion of good health; (iv) prevention of potential diseases; and (v) conformity with medical examination requirements specified by certain professional councils. Acting on Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council obtained in meeting 4/2014 on 2 April 2014, Mae Fah Luang University hereby issues Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Medical Examination Fee Criteria for New Undergraduate Students Entering in the Academic Year 2014, as detailed below. 1. All of the new Thai and foreign undergraduate students entering in the academic year 2014 are required to receive a medical examination at Mae Fah Luang University Hospital and to pay the applicable medical examination fees as stated hereunder. 1.1 A fee of THB 500 shall be collected from the students of the following schools: School of Science, School of Management, School of Information Technology, School of Agro-Industry, School of Law, School of Liberal Arts, School of Cosmetic Science, and School of Health Science (ONLY those in the Sports and Health Science programme, Professional 93

94 Hygiene and Safety programme, and Environmental Hygiene programme). 1.2 A fee of THB 1,250 shall be collected from the students of the following schools: School of Nursing, and 2. School of Health Science (ONLY those in the Physiotherapy programme, Applied Thai Medicine programme, Public Health programme). All of the new Thai and foreign undergraduate students entering in the academic year BE 2015 and thereafter are required to receive a medical examination at Mae Fah Luang University Hospital and to pay the applicable medical examination fees as stated hereunder. 2.1 A fee of THB 500 shall be collected from the students of the following schools: School of Science, School of Management, School of Information Technology, School of Agro-Industry, School of Law, School of Liberal Arts, School of Cosmetic Science, and School of Health Science (ONLY those in the Sports and Health Science programme, Professional Hygiene and Safety programme, and Environmental Hygiene programme). 2.2 A fee of THB 1,250 shall be collected from the students of the School of Health Science (ONLY those in the Physiotherapy programme, Applied Thai Medicine programme, Public Health programme). 3. As of the academic year 2015, all of the new Thai and foreign students qualified to have interviews for places in the School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, School of Chinese Medicine and School of Physiotherapy are required to receive a medical examination at Mae Fah Luang University Hospital as an admission condition. 94

95 The said medical examination consists of categories of physical and psychiatric examination as required by each professional council. The applicants are required to pay the physical and psychiatric examination fees as specified by Mae Fah Luang University Hospital. 4. All of the new Thai and foreign students are required to pay the medical examination fees and tuition to the Finance and Accounting Division within the period specified by the university. Under no circumstances will the medical examination fees be refunded. 5. Mae Fah Luang University Hospital is responsible for conducting the medical examinations on all of the new students. This notification is effective immediately. Issued this eighteenth of April, 2014 Signed Vanchai Sirichana Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 95

96 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Subject: The Academic Document Mailing Fees for Mae Fah Luang University Students, In determining the academic document mailing fees for Mae Fah Luang University students, 2012, it provides facilitation and an alternative channel for the students to receive academic documents, and shall be adopted as the regulation of the University. In accordance with Article 26(2) of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998, Clause 4 of the Regulations on the University's finance and property of Mae Fah Luang University 1999, and a resolution of the Academic Council meeting 8/2555, on the 7 th of August 2012, the announcement was established as follows. Clause 1: This announcement shall be called "The Announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the Academic Document Mailing Fees for Mae Fah Luang University Students, 2012." Clause 2: This Regulation shall come into effect from the day subsequent to its publication date. Clause 3: The academic document mailing fees are as follows. 3.1 The academic document mailing fee via registered mails Domestic delivery 50 baht/the 1 st mail and 10 baht/each next mail International delivery 200 baht/the 1 st mail and 30 baht/each next mail 3.2 The academic document mailing fee via express mail service (EMS) Domestic delivery 100 baht/the 1 st mail and 20 baht/each next mail International delivery 1,000 baht/the 1 st mail and 200 baht/each next mail 96

97 3.3 The degree and cover mailing fee via registered mails Domestic delivery 100 baht/the 1 st mail International delivery 1,000 baht/the 1 st mail 3.4 The Medal of Honor with box mailing fee via registered mails Domestic delivery 100 baht/the 1 st mail International delivery 1,000 baht/the 1 st mail Clause 4: The President of the University shall govern the provisions of this announcement, have an authority to establish other announcements which are not against this announcement, and have an authority to make a decision which is considered final. Announced date: the 21 st of September 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 97

98 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Subject: The Tuition Fee for Thai and Foreign Participating Undergraduates Enrolling in Certain Courses, 2013 The tuition fee rates for Thai and Foreign participating undergraduates, 2013 of Mae Fah Luang University shall be appropriately revised for the present situation and adopted as the regulation of the University. In accordance with Article 26 of The Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 and in accordance with a resolution passed during the Academic Council meeting 1/2013 held on the 8 th of January B.E. 2013, it was decided that the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Tuition Fee for Thai and Foreign Participating Undergraduates, 2003 be cancelled and the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Tuition Fee for Thai and Foreign Participating Undergraduates Enrolling in Certain Courses, 2013 be established. The announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Tuition Fee for Thai and Foreign Participating Undergraduates Enrolling in Certain Courses, 2013 mandates the following: 1. The Thai and foreign participating undergraduates, whose enrollments are approved by their Schools, must pay 1,500 baht/credit as the education services fee without a payment extension. 2. The participating undergraduates, who have paid the education services fee and have completely been enrolled in certain courses, are unable to drop any courses and unable to receive a repayment in all cases. The announcement is effective starting the first semester of the Academic Year 2013 onwards. Announced date: the 24 th of January 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 98

99 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Collection of Fees for the How to Live and Learn on Campus Preparatory Programme, 2014 Mae Fah Luang University has a policy to engage new students in a preparatory programme in order to educate them on campus life, friendship issues and university-level studies, as well as to prepare them for the university s use of English as the principal medium of instruction. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council obtained in meeting 4/2014 on 2 April 2014, Mae Fah Luang University hereby issues this notification, as detailed hereunder. All of the new, first-year students of Mae Fah Luang University are required to participate in the How to Live and Learn on Campus preparatory programme, in order to be educated on campus life, friendship issues and university-level studies, as well as to be prepared for the university s use of English as the principal medium of instruction. Each student shall pay a fee of THB 2,200 (two thousand and two hundred Baht). This rate applies to new students entering Mae Fah Luang University in the academic year 2014 and thereafter. Issued for your information on this eleventh of April, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 99

100 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Provision Intensive English and How to Live and Learn on Campus Project for Undergraduate Students Entering in the Academic Year As a university that adopts English as the main medium of instruction, Mae Fah Luang University offers Intensive English and has a policy to conduct a pre-sessional program to prepare new students in all study programs for campus life, friendship, tertiarylevel studies and English-language readiness. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 9/2013 on 4 September 2013, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates criteria for provision of Intensive English and How to Live and Learn on Campus Project for undergraduate students entering in the academic year 2014, as detailed hereunder. 1. First-year students admitted to Mae Fah Luang University through the Regional (Northern) Quota and Direct Admissions systems are required to enroll in the course Intensive English ( ; 0(6-0-12)), which is equivalent to six credit units and is to be conducted in the manner stated below. 1.1 The course is offered before the first semester of the academic year 2014, from 29 May to 10 July The total amount of class time is 90 hours, covering a period of six weeks, with three hours of class and six hours of self-study per day. 1.3 Students are allowed to enter the dormitory from 23 to 25 May Students enrolled in the course Intensive English ( ) shall study and be evaluated and assessed according to the criteria set by Mae Fah Luang University. 1.5 Students required to enroll in the course Intensive English ( ; 0(6-0-12)) shall pay THB-3,600 tuition (as stipulated by the university) and a THB-1,400 dormitory fee during the length of the Intensive English course, a total of THB 5,

101 2. Students entering Mae Fah Luang University through the Central Admissions system, along with foreign students, all of whom will register after the Intensive English ( ) course has been completed, are required to enroll in this course in the first semester of the academic year Students with the following qualifications can be exempted from the course Intensive English ( ). 3.1 Students with the following qualifications can be exempted from the course Intensive English ( ). 3.2 Those having scored a minimum of band 4.5 on the IELTS or 450 marks or equivalent on the paper-based TOEF 3.3 Those being native speaker of English. 4. All new students entering in the first semester of the academic year 2014 are required to attend the pre-sessional How to Live and Learn on Campus Project, which is to be held for ten days, from 11 to 21 August The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to issue notifications or directives not contradicting this notification and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. Issued this ninth day of October, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 101

102 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Re: Code of practice for student registration, course enrollment, and tuition fees for new students. It has been deemed to define the regulations for student registration, course enrollment, and tuition fee payment for new students. By virtue of Section 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998 and with the resolutions passed by the University Council at the 3/2007 meeting on March 26, 2007, the announcement is as follows: 1. New students accepted by the university in the first semester of the academic year must proceed to student registration and enroll in courses according to the academic calendar not later than the second week of the semester. If the student fails to do so, student status will be terminated, and the student will be dismissed. 2. New students are required to pay the tuition fee by not later than the Friday of the second week of the semester at 3.30 p.m. In any case that a student is not able to make the payment, his or her registration and course enrollment may not be processed and could result in dismissal from the university. 3. If the student fails to pay the tuition fee and decides to withdraw after the second week of the semester, the student must pay dues owing the university before proceeding to the related documents for withdrawal. This announcement has been in effect as of the first semester of the 2007 academic year onward. Announced on March 26, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 102

103 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Rules for Students Class Attendance To maximize teaching/learning effectiveness for all courses offered by the university and to improve students ethics and class attendance behavior, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by the Academic Council s resolution reached in meeting 3/2013 on 6 March 2013, hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Rules for Students Class Attendance, detailed hereunder. Students must: 1. Attend every class punctually, according to its set date and time, and must not be more than 15 minutes late. 2. Be dressed in the university uniform. 3. Not bring food or drink into the classroom. 4. Behave themselves and be well-mannered while the teacher is lecturing or while other students are delivering their presentations. 5. The teacher may deal with students showing unbecoming conduct as s/he deems appropriate. Issued for your information and as a standard practice on this third day of April, 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae FahLuang University 103

104 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Subject: The Enrollment Regulations for Undergraduates with GPAX below The announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Enrollment Regulations for Undergraduates Placed on Academic Probation announced on the 22 nd of January, 2007 was established for the undergraduates who were placed on academic probation to enroll the courses suiting their potential and return to good academic standing; however, the regulations did not cover year 1 undergraduates whose academic status was not classified. In accordance with Article 26 of The Mae Fah Luang Act 1998 and in accordance with a resolution passed during the Academic Council meeting 12/2007 held on the 4 th of December, 2007, it was decided that the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Enrollment Regulations for Undergraduates Placed on Academic Probation announced on the 22 nd of January, 2007 be cancelled and the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the subject of The Enrollment Regulations for Undergraduates with GPAX below 2.00 be established. The announcement mandates the following: 1. The enrollment of undergraduates placed on academic probation must be approved by their advisors and must follow the regulations of a certain curriculum and the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University. onwards. 2. The number of credits the students are able to enroll is as follows. 2.1 Up to 15 credits for each regular semester 2.2 Up to 3 credits for summer school The announcement is effective starting the first semester of the Academic Year 2551 Announced date: the 18 th of December, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 104

105 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Re: Criterion for allowing students registration in courses with a scheduled exam overlap, Undergraduate Level 2012 It has been agreed to revise the regulations for allowing students course registration in cases when there is a scheduled exam overlap for undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University. By virtue of Section 26 of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 with the resolutions passed by the University Council meeting of 9/2012 on September 5, 2012, it has been agreed to abandon the announcement regarding students registration in courses with a scheduled overlap dated November 9, 2004, and adopt the new regulations as of 2012, which state the following: 1. Fourth year students or higher are permitted to declare pre-registration and registration for courses with exams of which there is a scheduled overlap. They may do so online as soon as possible and need not proceed with a document request. 2. The only other students considered are re-entry students as long as the remaining required credits are less than 80. These students must submit a special case request to register in courses with a scheduled exam overlap. They then must seek the approval of their advisor and of the Dean. 3. For exchange students from foreign institutes as part of a collaborative exchange program (in only some course registrations), the responsible School or department is authorized to proceed with the special case request to the President to allow for registration in courses with a scheduled exam overlap. 4. Registration in courses with a scheduled exam overlap is permitted as long as the student has no more than 2 exams within 1 day. 5. The annual exam committees are responsible for arranging overlapping exams for the students in a private exam room (separate from the regular exam room). The students must prepare their own food and drinks for their lunch break as they will not be permitted to leave the room in order to strictly conform to the Mae Fah Luang University regulations on codes of practices in examinations,

106 6. The President is authorized to oversee the implementation of this announcement. In cases when other necessary actions are needed, it is the President s final judgment and it is considered final. This announcement has been in effect from the second semester, 2012 onward. Announced on September 24, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 106

107 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Verification of Registration Results. In order to maintain orderliness of course registration in each semester, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Academic Council's consent issued in meeting 1/2005 on 5 January 2005, hereby declares the procedure for verification of registration results. 1. Class enrollment verification period: Weeks 1 and 3 for the first or the second semester Weeks 1 and 2 for the summer session (if offered) 2. The course instructor shall, within the period prescribed in check the names of the students enrolled in each of his/her courses or sections. (This can be done on-line through [http://reg.mfu.ac.th], under the topic 'List of Students Enrolled' of the menu Teaching Load'.) Any student wishing to study the course must officially register for it within the registration period, after which the student will no longer be eligible to register. 3. A student having registered for a course must make certain, within the period prescribed in (1), that his/her name is on the course instructor's list; otherwise, the student must urgently present the proof of registration to the Division of Registration. 4. After the registration period (Friday of the second week of the first or the second semester, or Friday of the first week of the summer session), the student must verify his/her registration results on line at under the topic 'Registration Results'. In case something is wrong, the student must urgently present the proof of registration to the Division of Registration within the fourth week of the first or he second semester, or within the third week of the summer session. If the student does not query his/her registration results within the specified period, the results shall stand and cannot be amended in any way. Issued this thirty-first date of January Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 107

108 Mae Fah Luang University's Notification On the Refund Criteria for Bachelor's Degree Level Course Removal Mae Fah Luang University Council has deemed it necessary to set proper refund criteria for Bachelor's Degree level course removal. Empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, by Clause 10 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999', and by Mae Fah Luang University Finance and Property Committee's resolution reached in meeting 2/2002 on 5 April 2002, Mae Fah Luang University hereby issues a notification on the refund criteria for Bachelor's Degree level course removal, to serve as a basis for further operation in this regard. 1. If a student files an advisor-approved course-removal request within the first five weeks of a regular semester, or within the first two weeks of a summer session, half the tuition fee paid for the course shall be refunded to the student. 2. If a course is cancelled by the University, the tuition fee paid for the course shall be refunded in full to the student. 3. A student entitled to a course-removal refund must submit a refund request within the first eight weeks of a regular semester, or within the first four weeks of a summer session; otherwise, it shall be assumed that the student has relinquished his/her right to be refunded. These criteria are effective as of the first semester, academic year Issued this ninth date of April 2002 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae FahLuang University 108

109 Mae Fah Luang University Announcement Re: Criteria for tuition fee refund for the following semester in the case of a student dismissal due to low accumulated grade point average in the current semester. In the case that a student has been dismissed due to unsatisfactory grade point average and has already made full payment for the following semester, in compliance with the University regulations on tuition fee refunds and by virtue of Section 26 of the University Act, 1998 with the resolutions passed by the university council at the 11/2012 meeting on November 7, 2012, the specific conditions of tuition fee refunds are announced as follows: 1. Dismissed students for the reason of low accumulated grade point average who have already paid for the following semester in full qualify for a tuition refund. In order to claim their refund, they must complete the related document on tuition fee refund and attach a copy of their bank account and a copy of their student identification card or another personal identification card at the Division of Finance and Accounting. 2. Students eligible for the tuition fee refund must make their claim to the Division of Finance and Accounting not later than the end of the following semester. If they fail to do so, the refund is deemed disclaimed. This announcement has been in effect as of the 2012 academic year onward. Announced on December 20, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae FahLuang University 109

110 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Equivalency Criteria for Mae Fah Lyang University Courses. In order to maintain uniformity of practice by every School concerning the equivalency criteria for Mae Fah Luang University Courses, the University, empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Academic Council's consent issued in meeting 5/2004 on 19 May 2004, hereby declares the procedure for course equivalency. 1. Equatable courses must share a minimum of 75 per cent similarity in course content as indicated in the course descriptions 2. Equivalency of courses must be approved by the concerned School's committee. The School's approval shall be announced to students. 3. After the approval of an equivalent course, the old course shall be annulled and the student shall study the equivalent course in stead. 4. The Division of Registration shall include the new course in the student's transcript of records, which can be used as part of graduation requirement. 5. Cases other than these are subject to the Academic Council's discretion. Issued this twenty-fourth date of June 2004, for the attention of all. Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 110

111 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement On Undergraduate-Level Course and Credit Transfer, Article 15 of the National Education Act, 1999 allows transfer of comparable or equivalent courses and the earned credit units between formal, non-formal and informal education settings. To comply with this Article, Mae Fah Luang University allows students who have passed courses and earned credit units elsewhere to transfer them to fulfill the curricular requirements of his/her study program at Mae Fah Luang University. Mae Fah Luang University considers it necessary to establish clear standards of criteria for undergraduate-level course and credit transfers. Therefore, empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 10/2006 on 4 October 2006, Mae Fah Luang University hereby annuls its Notification on Course Equivalence, dated 12 February 2004, and effectuates this Notification on Undergraduate Level Course and Credit Transfer,2006 in its lieu, as detailed hereunder. 1. A new student wishing to transfer courses and credit units previously earned at Mae Fah Luang University or elsewhere to fulfill his/her current study program s requirements must submit a request to the Registration Division within the first semester of his/her study in the current program, as required by the university; otherwise, the student will not be eligible to submit a course and credit unit transfer request. 2. The documents that must be submitted include: 2.1 A completed Course and Credit Unit Transfer Request (downloadable from the website 2.2 For transfer of courses and credit units from another institution, attach the following One certified copy of the Transcript of Records; and One certified copy of the course descriptions of the courses to be transferred. 111

112 3. For transfer of courses and credit units previously earned at Mae Fah Luang University, the steps below shall be undertaken by the involved authorities. 3.1 The Registration Division shall examine the documents submitted according to Clause 2 above and forward them to the School to which the student belongs, for approval. 3.2 The School to which the student belongs shall consider if the transfer request can be granted, by examining whether or not the courses to be transferred can validly fulfill the student s current study program s requirements. The consideration result must be approved by the School Committee and forwarded to the Academic Council for approval. 4. For transfer of courses and credit units previously earned at another institution, the steps below shall be undertaken by the involved authorities. 4.1 The Registration Division shall examine the documents submitted according to Clause 2 above and forward them to the Quality Assurance and Curricular Development Division, for approval. 4.2 After a preliminary check on the correctness, validity and School-based classification of the transfer-requested courses, the Quality Assurance and Curricular Development Division shall coordinate with the School, which will proceed with the transfer process. 4.3 The School in question shall consider if the transfer request can be granted, by examining whether or not the courses to be transferred can validly fulfill the student s current study program s requirements. The consideration result must be approved by the School Committee and forwarded to the Academic Council for approval. In case of a course without any equivalent in the target curricular structure, and provided that the student insists on transferring it, the course may be transferred as a free elective, with its Mae Fah Luang University equivalent stated. 5. After the Academic Council has approved of the transfer request, the Registration Division shall notify the student of the result. The student, then, shall pay the transfer fee as stipulated by Mae Fah Luang University. 112

113 If the student fails to pay the transfer fee within one month of the transfer approval date, the transfer will be annulled, and the student will NOT be allowed to submit a transfer request again. 6. If any of the transfer-related documents is proven to be false, incomplete or illegitimate, the transfer will be invalidated and no refund shall be made. 7. Students entering Mae Fah Luang University before the academic year 2007 who wish to, but have yet to, file a course transfer request must do so at the Registration Division within one month after the start of the second semester of the academic year 2006; otherwise, the student will NOT be eligible to submit a course and credit unit transfer request. 8. Cases other than those stated herein are subject to the Academic Council s judgment. To be effective as of the second semester, academic year 2006 Issued this ninth day of October, 2006 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 113

114 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Undergraduate-level Courses and Credit Transfer, 2012 Mae Fah Luang University considers it necessary to emend its criteria for undergraduate-level course and credit transfer in keeping with the Ministry of Education Notification on Credit Transfer Criteria for Formal Education System, 2005 and in order to allow students who have passed courses and earned credit units to transfer them to fulfill the curricular requirements of his/her study program at Mae Fah Luang University. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 3/2012 on 8 March 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby annuls its Notification on Undergraduate-Level Course and Credit Transfers, 2003, dated 2 October 2006, and effectuates this Notification on Undergraduate-Level Courses and Credit Transfer, 2012 in its lieu, as detailed hereunder. 1. A person qualified to request course and credit unit transfer must be one who has been accepted to be a student of Mae Fah Luang University. 2. Mae Fah Luang University will process a course and credit unit transfer request under the following conditions. 2.1 The course is equivalent to a course or group of courses offered by Mae Fah Luang University. 2.2 The course is equivalent to a course or group of courses offered by Mae Fah Luang University. 2.3 The student requesting the credit transfer has earned a minimum of C grade, or grade point of 2.00 or equivalent, for the course to be equated. 2.4 A student previously enrolled at another university is eligible to request transfer of no more than 50% of total credit units required by the target program offered by Mae Fah Luang University. A student previously enrolled at Mae Fah Luang University is eligible to request transfer of no more than 60% of total credit units required by the target program offered by Mae Fah Luang University. 114

115 2.5 The transferred credit units shall not be GPAX-calculated. 2.6 The student requesting the credit transfer shall study at Mae Fah Luang University for a minimum of two academic years. 2.7 The courses requesting to be transferred were studied no more than five academic years ago. For a course studied more than five academic years ago, Mae Fah Luang University may administer a proficiency test. 3. A student having had his previously completed courses transferred is NOT eligible for an honours degree or an award, unless the student has earned at least 90 credit units from Mae Fah Luang University s courses, as stipulated in Section 13 of Mae Fah Luang University Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, The student making the request shall pay the course and credit unit transfer fee as stipulated in Mae Fah Luang University s relevant notifications. 5. Transfer cases not conforming to the aforementioned criteria are subject to the Academic Council s consideration. To be effective as of the first semester, academic year 2012 Issued this sixteenth day of March, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 115

116 Mae Fah Luang University Council s Notification On Curriculum-Based Credit-Transfer Fees Article 15 of the 1999 National Education Act stipulates that transfer of credits between formal education, non-formal education and special education on the Bachelor's Degree level be permissible. Mae Fah Luang University, therefore, offers students an opportunity to transfer to Mae Fah Luang University credits acquired for courses previously studied elsewhere. Empowered by Article 17 (2) and (12) of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Mae Fah Luang University Council's consent given in meeting 2/2004 on 15 March 2004, the University hereby issues this transfer-fee notification. Clause 1 This notification is referred to as 'Mae Fah Luang University Council's Notification On Curriculum-Based Credit-Transfer Fees' Clause 3 The President is authorised to effectuate this notification and to issue further instructions in keeping with this notification, as well as to finalise any conflicting matters related to this notification. Clause 4 Curriculum-based credit-transfer fees shall be collected according to the degree levels, as prescribed hereunder. (4.1) Bachelor's degree level: 200 Baht per credit (4.2) Graduate degree level: 1,500 Baht per credit Issued this fifth date of April Signed Pol Gen Paw Sarasin (Paw Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 116

117 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Re: Student Status Categorization, Bachelor Degree of Arts Program, Business Chinese Major, 2013 The student status categorization process for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts Degree Program, Business Chinese major starting as of 2013 academic year, must be compatible with the learning and instruction of the revised curriculum in which Chinese Foundation courses were included, and the same standards must be ensured. By virtue of Section 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998 and with the resolutions passed by the University Council dated April 3, 2013, it is therefore necessary to categorize the student status of Bachelor of Arts Degree Program, Business Chinese major starting from 2556 academic year according to the university regulations on Graduate Studies, 1999, section 15.1 as follows: The categorization of student status is completed at the end of the semester, or at the end of the last summer semester for students enrolled in all required courses and are eligible to be conferred the degree. This does not include students who were admitted to study in the first semester. Their student status can be categorized at the end of the second semester from the first day of admission. This announcement is in effect as of the 2013 academic year onward. Announced on April 29, 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 117

118 Mae Fah Luang University's Directive On Criteria for Evaluating Students Missing Examinations, As stated in Clause 17.2 of Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education, 1999, if a student needs to be absent from an examination due to a medical reason or an unforeseeable circumstance, the student may submit an absence and examination-sitting request before or during the examination (in case of a medical reason) or after the examination (in case of an unforeseeable circumstance). At present, after the student has, by the instructor's permission, sat the examination, the student is given the examination result as it stands. In order to maintain fairness for students attending the examination as scheduled and those sitting the re-administered examination alike, the University, empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Academic Council's resolution reached in meeting 2/2008 on 5 February 2008, hereby declares the Criteria for Evaluating Students Missing Examinations, Clause 1 Examinations, 2008'. This directive is referred to as 'Criteria for Evaluating Students Missing Clause 2 This directive is effective as of the academic year Clause 3 In case that a student cannot attend an examination for an excusable reason, the student shall submit an examination-absence request to the relevant Dean within 5 (five) days of the day of absence. If the request is granted, the student shall sit the readministered examination within 10 (ten) days of the day of absence. Failing that, it shall be regarded that the student has missed the examination. Should it be necessary that the student sit the examination after 10 (ten) days of the day of absence, the Dean shall duly consider the matter. 118

119 Clause 4 Examination-grading criteria are as follows. 4.1 If the student's absence request has been granted for the midterm or the final examination, the student shall receive no more than 50 percent of his/her score. 4.2 If the student's absence request has not been granted, s/he shall receive: '0'(zero) point if it is the midterm examination; or grade 'F' for the course if it is the final examination. Clause 5 If the absence request is submitted due to an unforeseeable circumstance (viz, the student becomes ill and needs hospitalisation; the student's mother or father or guardian providing financial support or any other important relative becomes seriously ill or severely injured in an accident and needs hospitalisation or pass away); or the student has an accident), the student is eligible to receive his/her score as it stands. Clause 6 The result of the re-administered examination shall be submitted to the Division of Registration within the first 2 (two) weeks of the following semester (first semester or second semester or summer session, as applicable); otherwise, the student shall receive grade 'F' for the course. Clause 7 The President is authorized to enforce this directive and to adjudicate any problems thence arising. The President's adjudication is final. Issued this fifth day of February, 2008, for the attention of all Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 119

120 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On the Period for Students to View Their Final Examination Results and to Request a Review of Their Final Grades Mae Fah Luang University considers it appropriate to specify a period for students to view their final examination results and to request a review of their final grades. In order to set clear procedures in keeping with the university s implementation of the Thai Qualification Framework for Higher Education, Mae Fah Luang University s Academic Council, in meeting 9/2011 on 14 September 2011, resolved to specify a period for students to view their final examination results and to request a review of their final grades, as a standard practice. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by the aforesaid Academic Council s resolution, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University Notification on the Period for Students to View Their Final Examination Results and to Request a Review of Their Final Grades, detailed hereunder. A student wishing to view his/her final examination results and/or to request a review of his/her final grade must file a request within 15 days after the announcement of grades for the course in question. Beyond this period, the student will NOT be allowed to view his/her final examination result and/or to request a review of his/her final grade. day of October, 2011 Issued for your information and as a standard practice on this seventeenth Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae FahLuang University 120

121 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Courses for Which Grade P Shall be Used to Show an Assessment Result. To ensure conformity to Article of Mae Fah Luang University Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education (Fourth Issue), and to set a standard procedure for courses that continue or are taught continuously for no more than two semesters, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 2/2009 on 4 February 2009, hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Courses for Which Grade P Shall Be Used to Show an Assessment Result, detailed hereunder. Courses for which the School shall use grade letter P (representing pass ) to show an assessment result include: Senior Projects, Special Problem, Special Project and Seminar, Independent Studies, or other courses differently titled but involving teaching/learning processes similar to those in the above-listed courses. Issued this twentieth day of February, 2009 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 121

122 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Use of S or U As a Grades Letter, To ensure uniformity of assessment and stipulate a clear, appropriate and up-to-date standard procedure for bachelor s degree education, in accord with Mae Fah Luang University Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, 1999, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 1/2012 on 5 January 2012, considers it appropriate to annul Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Use of S or U as a Grade Letter, dated 20 May 2004, and stipulate this Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Use of S or U As a Grades Letter, 2012 in its lieu, as detailed hereunder. 1. The grade letter S or U shall be used for assessment in the following courses. - Senior Projects - Senior Projects - Seminars - Special Problems - Proposal on Special Problems - Study Trips or Visits - Cooperative Education or Professional Experience 2. In case the School wishes to adopt a different grade-letter system for any of the courses listed in 1, the School shall propose it as part of a Curricular Adjustment to the Academic Council. However, such proposed change must not affect the students of a given existing batch. The School shall specify clear methods, patterns and principles of evaluation and assessment, and announce them to the students in advance. Issued this twenty-fourth day of January, 2012 Signed Chayaphorn Wathanasiri (Associate Professor Dr Chayaphorn Wathanasiri) Vice-President, on Behalf of the President, Mae Fah Luang University 122

123 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Change of Grades M and I Mae Fah Luang University considers it necessary to stipulate clear criteria and standardized procedure for change of grades M and I, in accordance with its bachelor s degree education regulations. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 2005 on 10 August 2005, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Change of Grades M and I, as detailed hereunder. 1. Change Period - Last day for students to submit M and I Grade Change Requests: No later than the FIRST Friday of the semester. - Last day for the School to submit M and I Grade Change Results: No later than the SECOND Wednesday of the semester. 2. To be eligible to sit a rescheduled examination and have his/her M grade changed, a student who missed an examination must submit to the course instructor the proof of the reason for his/her absence, as required by Article 17.2 of Mae Fah Luang University Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, Issued this eighteenth day of August, 2005, with immediate effect. Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 123

124 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Change of Discipline Procedure.. Mae Fah Luang University has deemed it necessary to determine the procedure for students' change of discipline, in order to ensure uniformity of practice. Empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter and by the Academic Council's consent given in meeting 1/2004 on 7 January 2004, hereby declares the following procedure for students' change of discipline. 1. A student whose change-of-discipline request has been approved shall pursue the curriculum that the target department uses in the semester and academic year in which the change of discipline is effective. For example, a student whose change-of-discipline request has been approved for the first semester of academic year 2002 shall pursue, under the advisor's curricular guidance, the same curriculum pursued by new students admitted in the first semester of academic year The concerned School shall provide the trans-disciplinary student with a study plan. 3. All of the courses previously taken shall be transferred to the target curriculum. Previously taken Courses not required by the target curriculum shall be classified as electives. 4. When the change of discipline is effective, the student shall receive a new student-id code representing the target major; however, the year-of-admission code shall remain unchanged. 5. Cases other than stated herein before shall be subject to the President's discretion. This notification is effective as of academic year Issued this eighth date of April Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 124

125 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement On Internship Requirements To ensure that the internship process of students is fully in accordance with the requirements of the Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses; In pursuant to section 26 of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998, the Order of Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council no. 12/2002 dated 9 th October 2002, and the Academic Council Resolution of 4/2003 dated 9 th October 2013, this Announcement on Internship Requirements 2013 is issued as follows: 1. This Announcement is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement on Internship Requirements This Announcement shall be effective from academic year 2013 onwards. 3. This Announcement shall prevail Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement on Participation Guidelines for Cooperative Education Internship Course In this Announcement: the University refers to Mae Fah Luang University the President refers to the Mae Fah Luang University President the School refers to a School in Mae FahLuang University the Dean refers to the Dean of each School in Mae Fah Luang University the Major refers to a Major available in Mae Fah Luang University the Division of Placement refers to an agency under the assignment of the and Co-Operative University being responsible for a students Education internship the Student refers to a Mae Fah Luang student registering in Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses 125

126 the Advisor refers to an advisor to Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses appointed to have responsibilities according to this Announcement the Course Coordinator refers to a representative of an advisor to Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses in each major appointed to have responsibilities according to this Announcement the Enterprise refers to organization of an agency cooperating with the University in recruiting students to the Internship courses the Internship refers to an internship at a particular enterprise the Counseling Employee refers to an employee of a particular enterprise assigned to oversee students during the internship the Course Committee refers to a committee of Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses appointed according to this Announcement by the University the Students Discipline refers to a students discipline committee Committee according to Mae Fah Luang University Regulations on Students Discipline 1999 the Cooperative Education refers to a course named Cooperative Education Internship Course as specified in the University s curriculum the Professional Experience refers to a course named Professional Experience Internship Course as specified in the University s curriculum Section 1 Objectives and Requirements 5. Objectives and Requirements of the Internship 5.1 Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses aim to expose students to direct experience in a real work environment in an enterprise with the objectives as follows: 126

127 a. To provide an opportunity for students so that students can apply academic knowledge to real practice at a particular enterprise b. To enhance student s knowledge and work experience c. To provide an opportunity for students so that students can develop themselves and are well prepared prior to becoming a qualified and capable graduate d. To create close and efficient cooperation between the University and enterprises 5.2 Internship Requirements are as follows: a. The internship in this Announcement refers to Cooperative Education and Professional Experience courses in which students are evaluated separately. Each course is contained in the curriculum of each major. b. Internships in Cooperative Education and Professional Experience courses are credited in accordance with the curriculum of a particular course and major. c. To pass the Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses, students are required to achieve a passing grade by being graded with an S character only. 5.3 Internship Semesters are as follows: a. Cooperative Education Internship Course The Cooperative Education Internship Course is intended for an internship in an enterprise in a consecutive period of 16 weeks or 4 months. b. Professional Experience Internship Course The Professional Experience Internship Course is intended for an internship in an enterprise in a consecutive period of not less than 10 weeks or as otherwise specified by the study plan of each major. 5.4 Students in the Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses shall be assessed against attendance and preparation process criteria and students must achieve a passing grade prior to the application for an internship according to the period specified by the University. 127

128 5.5 Students in the Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses must apply for an internship within the period specified by the University. If the period has passed, it shall be deemed that students have waived the right to the internship in such semester. Section 2 Duties and Responsibilities of the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education 6. Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education 6.1 is the division which promotes a student s internship in co-operation with the student s Schools or major. 6.2 has the following duties: Coordinate between students, lecturers and enterprises recruiting students for the internship course and ensuring compliance of internship requirements Organize activities and preparation processes for students prior to an internship s commencement at enterprises Collect grades, evaluate activity attendance and preparation processes of students and ensure compliance of evaluation and preparation process requirements for the pre-internship Manage students to commence their internships at the recruiting enterprises Give advice to students regarding their internship Prepare information related to an internship and other documents Organize activities to evaluate a student s internship or conduct other activities as assigned by the University. 128

129 Section 3 Duties and Responsibilities of Advisor, Course Coordinator and Course Committee 7. The Advisor shall: 7.1 be from particular majors who has been nominated by the Schools and so appointed by the University. 7.2 have the following duties: Give academic advice including recommendations to students before and during the internship Evaluate the internship and conclude the evaluation results Check and evaluate students internship reports with S or U characters and make proposals the School Committee and the Dean for approval prior to collection and submission to the Registrar Office within the period specified by the University Be cooperative and attend activities in promoting the internship to achieve its objectives. 8. The Course Coordinator shall: 8.1 be a representative of advisors from particular majors appointed according to 7.1 hereof. One course coordinator is required. 8.2 coordinate with Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education and the enterprises including students in order to ensure objective achievements. 9. The Course Committee shall: 9.1 be a representative of advisors or course coordinators appointed according to 7.1 or 8.1 hereof and nominated by the Schools. One particular course shall require one course committee. 9.2 coordinate with Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education in order to ensure objective achievements according to this announcement. Section 4 Qualifications of the Interns 10. The Interns must have the following qualifications: 10.1 be a student in a major where Cooperative Education Internship course or a Professional Experience Internship course is available. However, this shall be subject to the curriculum of each major. 129

130 10.2 Cooperative Education Internship course: Students must have accumulated at least 90 credits. The credits are counted unless students receive an F grade in that course Students must have a GPAX of at least 2.00 prior to the internship Professional Experience Internship course: Students must have accumulated at least 75credits. The credits are counted unless students receive an F grade in that course Students must have a GPAX of at least 2.00 at the time of application. If a student s GPAX is less than 2.0, it is required that students seek approval from their Schools have been evaluated with a passing grade in activity attendance and preparation processes as stipulated by the University on the date of internship application have not been in a study suspension period in the semester which the internship intended have not been diagnosed with infectious diseases or being incapable which causes difficulty in attending the internship in an enterprise have behaved well have not been punished according to a student s discipline due to misbehavior with the study suspension penalty or more. In case the penalty according to a student s discipline was imposed and the penalty has been uplifted, students wishing to register in the Cooperative Education Internship course or Professional Experience Internship course according to the stipulated curriculum are advised to file an application to the Schools for the internship approval. This application shall be made prior to course registration according to the student s own study plan. Section 5 Registration of Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship Courses 11. Registration of Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship Courses 11.1 Students qualified according to 10. can register for the courses within the period specified by the University; otherwise, it shall be deemed that the right to course registration is waived. 130

131 11.2 Students are not eligible to register in any course which is carried out in the same period as the Cooperative Education or Professional Experience Internship course that the internship takes place In case students in the Cooperative Education Internship course fail to follow their study plan, which means students do not follow the study plan, transfer majors or fail particular courses and there is no course available in that semester, students are eligible to register in the Cooperative Education Internship course. In this case, students shall re-register their failed courses in the next semester. However, the Schools shall consider and certify that students are eligible for the internship and the final approval is to be made by the President In case of Cooperative Education Internship course, students may register for the course in a summer semester only when the course is the last course requirement to be fulfilled in the curriculum. If not, students may not register in any course in the first semester of the next academic year. 12. Repeat Registration Students who have been evaluated and received a U grade in the Cooperative Education or Professional Experience Internship courses shall re-register for the courses until the S grade is granted. Section 6 The Internship in Cooperative Education or Professional Experience Internship Courses 13. The requirements for internship are as follows: 13.1 Students shall be an intern in a particular enterprise and treated as an employee for the period as specified in During the internship period, students shall adhere strictly to employees rules and regulations of the enterprise Interns shall be assigned with clear responsibilities according to their enrolled curriculum or major. Interns may also be assigned with any duty to which they are considered to be qualified and is suitable to their capabilities as seen fit by the student s School Students shall have work hours as specified by the enterprise Students may receive wages or any other benefits. 131

132 Section 7 Evaluation of Activities Attendance and Preparation Process 14. Requirements on the Evaluation of Activities Attendance and Preparation Process before an internship in Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses: 14.1 Students must attend the activities and preparation process as required by the University in order to be entitled to an evaluation of activities attendance and preparation process. In case a student does not meet attendance and preparation process requirements, the advisor together with the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education shall consider if the students can be evaluated; however, approval from the Course Committee is required Students shall be evaluated against activities attendance and preparation process and must achieve not less than 80 percent of the following total factors in order to pass: a. 30 percent is weighed from the evaluation of a student s major who may consider organizing additional activities apart from activities required by the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education. The grading proportion is subject to the student s major s discretion. b. 70 percent is weighed from the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education. However, the grading proportion is subject to the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education s discretion. Section 8 Evaluation of Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship Courses 15. Requirements on evaluation of Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses: 15.1 An evaluation of the internship shall be conducted when the internship has terminated Students shall have internship attendance according to Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses in an enterprise as specified in 5.3 by the University in order to be eligible to receive an evaluation in Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses. In case students have attendance lower than the requirement, the advisor together with the counseling employee in that enterprise 132

133 shall consider whether students are eligible for the evaluation. However, this shall be approved by the Course Committee In evaluating Cooperative Education and Professional Experience Internship courses, letters representing scores are used. The letters represent the following: letters representing scores I (Incomplete) refers to an unfinished evaluation process S (Satisfactory) refers to an evaluation with satisfaction U (Unsatisfactory) refers to an evaluation with unsatisfaction In an evaluation, students must accumulate scores of not less than 70 percent in total of the following factors in order to pass (which refers to an S grade) Cooperative Education Internship course a) Evaluation from a student s major is weighed at 40 percent. A student s major may grade students on their monthly internship report, internship evaluation, internship presentation, and internship duration. However, grading weights in each component shall be subject to a student s major. b) Evaluation from an enterprise weighs 50 percent. c) Evaluation from the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education weighs 10 percent which may be graded from orientation attendance, submission of internship documents, and reports. However, grade weighing in each component shall be subject to the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education Professional Experience Internship course a) Evaluation from a student s major weighs 50 percent. A student s major may grade students on their monthly internship report, internship evaluation, internship presentation, and internship duration. However, grading weights in each component shall be subject to a student s major. b) Evaluation from an enterprise weighs 30 percent. c) Evaluation from the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education weighs 20 percent which may be graded from orientation attendance, submission of internship documents, and reports. However, grade weighting in each component shall be subject to the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education. 133

134 Section 9 Leave and Termination of Internship 16. Leave application during the period of an internship 16.1 Students must adhere to leave rules of the enterprise strictly Students taking leave exceeding their entitlement as specified by the enterprise shall receive a U grade immediately. 17. Termination of an Internship 17.1 When an enterprise has accepted students for the internship, students are not permitted to cancel, postpone or terminate the internship in that particular enterprise unless permission is granted by the University In case of a natural disaster, terrorism, sickness or a severe accident during the period of an internship, students can terminate their internship prior to its deadline. However, consent must be given from the advisor and the dean of the student s School. Also, a premature termination of an internship application must be filed with the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education in order to propose to the course committee a further consideration of the application. Section 10 Recall of Interns from an Enterprise 18. A recall of interns from an enterprise prior to the internship termination may be considered on the following grounds: 18.1 Students are committing or participating in a fault which causes damage to the enterprise, themselves or the reputation of the University Students are expressing themselves in a manner which is believed to cause or causes damage to the enterprise during the internship Students have acted against the rules, regulations, articles or disciplines of the enterprise Students have disclosed confidential information of the enterprise to other persons which could cause damage or the disclosure has been done for other benefits Students have acted in manners against good morals or inappropriately misbehaved against their intern or university status Students have disobeyed the order of their superiors without justifiable reasons. 134

135 18.7 When an enterprise officially notifies the University of the fault caused by students and requests that students terminate their internship. In following the rules set out in 18, the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education shall notify the student of the cause of the recall to the student. If such student sees that the cause of recall is unfair, he/she may file a complaint or evidence to the course committee for further consideration. 19. A recall of interns due to other reasons which are not an interns fault may be considered on the following grounds: 19.1 An enterprise officially notifies the University of the termination which is not caused by student s fault When it appears that students are treated unfairly or inappropriately by the enterprise or there is any act or omission of the enterprise which causes or may cause harm to the health or welfare of interns Students have encountered a natural disaster or a severe accident during the internship including sickness which prevents students from performing work. For any cause which falls within the scope of 19., students can terminate their internship prior to its deadline. However, consent must be given from the advisor and the dean of the student s School. Also, a premature termination of an internship application must be filed with the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education in order to propose to the Course Committee to further consideration of the application. In case the Course Committee agrees that the internship may be ended according to the student s complaint, the advisor together with the Division of Placement and Co-Operative Education shall find a new enterprise. In cases where students have completed 1/3 of the total internship period, the past duration of the previous internship shall be counted in conjunction with the new enterprise s internship period and students are eligible for evaluation in such courses. Section 11 Sanction 20. Any action confirmed by facts that students have committed faults and caused damage to the University, the enterprise, the internship or the students discipline, Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Students Discipline 1999 shall be applied. The student s Discipline Committee shall have the authority to consider and make a judgment, and the resolution of the student s Discipline Committee is deemed final. 135

136 Section 12 Provisional Clause on Authorities, Duties and Responsibilities of Course Committee 21. In case there is any other issue not mentioned herein, the Course Committee shall have the authority to conduct any investigation when there is an interruption in administrative or internship performance and shall have the authority to judge any matter to ensure proper internship procedures and requirements and to enforce compliance thereof. If any problem relating to practices or procedures of an internship arises and no rules are set out, the course committee shall have the authority, with the agreement of the President, to make an order or resolution or judgment in order to ensure proper procedures in the internship. Announcement made on 16 May 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 136

137 Announcement of Mae Fah Luang University Subject : Regulations for students who did not complete the Pre-internship Activities 2013 According to the Announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on the Internship Requirements 2013, specifying the eligibility of internship students, Article 10.4 stipulates that students must pass the Activity Attendance and Preparation Processes on the submission date of internship application, as specified by the University. Therefore, to clarify this issue for students who did not pass the Activity Attendance and Preparation Processes and have not been qualified to undertake the Cooperative Education and Professional Experience courses: Pursuant to Section 26 of the Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998, in conjunction with the Resolution of the Mae Fah Luang Academic Council Meeting No. 8/2013, dated 7 th August 2013, which issued the following announcement on regulations for students who have not passed the Pre-internship Activities Article 1: This announcement shall be entitled as the Announcement of Mae Fah Luang University on Regulations for students who did not complete the Pre-internship Activities Article 2: This announcement shall be effective from the Academic year 2013 and onwards. Article 3: Cooperative Education and Professional Experience students who have obtained a Failed grade on their evaluation for the Activity Attendance and Preparation Processes shall NOT be eligible to submit their internship applications in that semester. The students therefore, must attend the Activity Attendance and Preparation Processes until obtaining a Pass grade on their evaluation. 137

138 Article 4: In case of the students in Article 3, having the Cooperative Education or Professional Experience course remained as the only course in their study, the students must request a Deferral of study from the Division of Registrar, over a period of time specified by the University. Announced on 4 th September 2013 Signed Chayaporn Wattanasiri (Associate Professor Dr Chayaporn Wattanasiri) Vice President, Acting for the President of Mae Fah Luang University 138

139 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Undergraduate-Level Tuition and Other Fees for Students Who Graduate Earlier Than the Four-Year Requirement, Since the academic year 2006, Mae Fah Luang University s undergraduate tuition for four-year programs has been of the package type. Thus, to establish a clear operational standard, Mae Fah Luang University, empowered by Clause 4 of Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Undergraduate Tuition and Other Fees for Regular Four-Year Programs (Third Issue), 2006, dated 27 March 2006, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 11/2012 on 7 November 2012, hereby stipulates criteria for collection of tuition and other fees from students who graduate earlier than the four-year requirement, as detailed hereunder. 1. A student who graduates earlier than the four-year requirement shall pay the full amount of tuition as specified for his/her program of study (except a student who has had his/her courses and credit units officially transferred). 2. The student in question shall pay the tuition referred to in Clause 1 before the deadline set by Mae Fah Luang University. Issued this twenty-third day of September, 2013 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 139

140 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Re: Exit Examination for Undergraduate Students, 2010 (A Revised Version) In accordance with the Mae Fah Luang University Announcement regarding the exit examination for undergraduate students, 2010 dated August 16, 2010, the university has always aimed to assure the academic quality of its graduates. Towards this aim, an amendment has been made to the regulation regarding the examinees of the exit examination. This is an effort to improve clarity and appropriateness and boost efficiency for new graduates. By virtue of Section 26 (10) of Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 and the University Council regulations of 12/2002 dated October 9., 2002, along with the resolutions passed in the 9/2010 meeting of the university council on Tuesday, October 14, 2010, it has been decided to abandon the announcement dated 2010 dated August 16, 2010 and adopt the new following regulations (a revised version): No. 1 This announcement is entitled Mae Fah Luang University Announcement on the Exit Examination for Undergraduate Students, 2010 (a revised version) No. 2 All undergraduate students of Mae Fah Luang University must pass the exit examination in order to graduate. No. 3 The examinees in the exit examination must meet the following criteria: 3.1 The students must have been enrolled for a minimum of 6 semesters. 3.2 The students must have achieved an accumulated Grade Point Average not lower than 2.00 in the latest semester. 3.3 Students expecting to graduate in the current semester are required by the university to take an exam. 3.4 The students must either be currently enrolled in all required courses or be able to enroll and complete the remaining required courses in the following semester, not including cooperative studies or internships. 3.5 The students must not have passed any part of the exit examination previously. 140

141 3.6 Apart from the above regulations, the school committee reserves judgment and may propose exceptions to the university council for approval on a case by case basis. No. 4 The content of the exit examination comprises of 4 components: 4.1 Competency in English language. 4.2 Competency in information technology. 4.3 Knowledge of globalization, current issues, visions for the future, and critical thinking. 4.4 Knowledge and application of major course content. No. 5 The registrar office and the school committee organizes an exit examination for graduating students in the first semester, the second semester, and the summer semester. No. 6 The students must achieve not lower than 60% in each component stated in No. 4. No. 7 In the case that a student does not achieve the passing criteria: 7.1 The student is required to re-take the component of the exit examination that they did not pass. 7.2 The student must be enrolled in all required courses and maintain a minimum accumulated 2.00 grade point average in the latest semester, and must submit a request to maintain student status within 2 weeks of the following semester without fee. Fees are applicable for taking the exit examination as stated in the university announcement of No. 8 This announcement is effective from 2010 onward. No. 9 In cases that there are any practices in conflict with this announcement, the President s judgment is sought and considered final. Issued on September 27, Signed Ted Tesprateep (Associate Professor Dr Ted Tesprateep) President, Mae Fah Luang University 141

142 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On Criteria for Substituting HKS Chinese Proficiency Test for the Exit Examination Test of Chinese Competency and Performance for Students Majoring in Chinese and Chinese-Language Teaching.. Mae Fah Luang University considers it appropriate to stipulate criteria for substituting the HKS Chinese proficiency test for Mae Fah Luang University exit examination tests of Chinese competency and performance for students majoring in Chinese and Chinese-Language Teaching. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in meeting 3/2012 on 8 March 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the following criteria. Mae Fah Luang University encourages and provides opportunities for students majoring in Chinese and Chinese-Language Teaching to take the HKS Chinese proficiency test administered by the Confucius Institute and Sirindhorn Chinese Language and Culture Center. Application for the HKS Chinese proficiency test shall be on a voluntary basis, and the students who apply shall pay the HKS Chinese proficiency test fees. Students majoring in Chinese-Language Teaching entering in the academic year 2008 or later, and students majoring in Chinese entering in the academic year of 2009 or later, who passed level 5 or higher on the HKS Chinese proficiency test, can submit their scores in lieu of the exit examination test of Chinese competency and performance. Qualified students must submit their HKS Chinese proficiency test scores to the Registration Division no later than the university-set deadline. 142

143 Students who do not wish to take the HKS Chinese proficiency test are required to take the Chinese competency and performance test of the exit examination. Issued this sixteenth day of March, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 143

144 Mae Fah Luang University Notification On Exit Examination Criteria for the Bachelor Degree of Arts Programme in Chinese (A Second-Degree Programme).. Mae Fah Luang University has a policy to require that an exit examination be administered to the students of all undergraduate programmes as a graduation requirement and as part of the university s graduate quality assurance system. However, as the university s Bachelor of Arts programme in Chinese is offered to bachelor s degree holders seeking a second undergraduate degree, all General Education courses and credit units earned in the students pursuit of their first degrees can be equated and transferred; in addition, all of the courses required by this second-degree programme are taught mainly in either Thai or Chinese. For these reasons, Mae Fah Luang University considers it necessary to stipulate exit examination criteria for this Bachelor of Arts programme in Chinese (a second-degree programme) in proper response to the learners needs and the university s policy Acting on Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, BE 2541 (1998), and by consent of the Academic Council obtainedin meeting 7/2555 (2012) on 4July 2012, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates the following criteria. 1. All of the students of the Bachelor of Arts programme in Chinese (a seconddegree programme) are required to pass an exit examination. 2. The contents of the exit examination for the Bachelor of Arts programme in Chinese (a second-degree programme) focus on three domains of knowledge, ability and/or skills, namely: 2.1 Information technology; 2.2 Globalisation, world views, exercise of sound judgment and visions of current global affairs; and 2.3 Chinese andits academic and professional application. 144

145 A student who has passed level 5 of the HKS Chinese proficiency test may submit his/her test result in order to be exempted from the Chinese-language test stated in The School of Liberal Arts is responsible for arranging the exit examination and submitting the results to the Registration Division within the period of time set by the university. 4. This notification applies only to the students of the Bachelor of Arts programme in Chinese (a second-degree programme) who will graduate in the academic year 2012 and thereafter.. 5. Any dispute arising from this notification shall be decided by the President, and the President s decision is final. Issued this sixth of August, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 145

146 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On the Refund Criteria for a Student s Security Deposit. Mae Fah Luang University Council has deemed it necessary to set proper refund criteria for a student's security deposit. Empowered by Article 26 of the 1998 Mae Fah Luang University Charter, by Clause 10 of 'Mae Fah Luang University's Rules For Bachelor's Degree Education,1999', and by Mae Fah Luang University Finance and Property Committee's resolution reached in meeting 2/2002 on 5 April 2002, Mae Fah Luang University hereby issues a notification on the refund criteria for a student's security deposit. A student whose graduation has been certified, whose resignation has been approved, or whose studentship has been revoked, must submit a request for a security-deposit refund within the next semester; otherwise, it shall be assumed that the student has relinquished his/her right to be refunded, and the deposit shall belong to the University.' These criteria are effective as of the first semester, academic year Issued this ninth date of April Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 146

147 Mae FahLuang University s Announcement On Procedures for Appears and for Consideration of Students Appeals Against Disciplinary Penalties, 2012 Considering it necessary to stipulate clear and standardized procedures for appeals and for consideration of students appeals against disciplinary penalties, Mae Fah Luang University Academic Council, in meeting 3/2012 on 8 March 2012, consented to the stipulation of the aforementioned procedures. Empowered by Article 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act, 1998, and by consent of the Academic Council reached in the meeting stated in the previous paragraph, Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Procedures for Appeals and for Consideration of Students Appeals Against Disciplinary Penalties, 2012, as detailed hereunder. 1. This notification is referred to as Mae Fah Luang University hereby stipulates Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Procedures for Appeals and for Consideration of Students Appeals Against Disciplinary Penalties, This notification is effective as of the date of its issue. 3. In this notification: The University refers to Mae Fah Luang University. The President refers to the President of Mae Fah Luang University. The Student refers to the student of Mae Fah Luang University who lodges an appeal. 4. In case a statement of disciplinary penalty is issued by The University to The Student and The Student does not acquiesce, The Student has the right to appeal against the statement. The Student may lodge an appeal to the Student Development Division within thirty days of its issuance. 147

148 The Student s appeal must be signed by The Student and must detail The Student s counter-argument supported by facts or laws on which the counter-argument is based. The Student may appeal only on behalf of himself/herself. The Student CAN NEITHER authorize another person to appeal on his/her behalf NOR appeal on another person s behalf. During the process of an appeal, the penalty is not to be rescinded, unless so ordered by The President 5. After receiving the appeal within the period stated in Clause 4, the Student Development Division shall gather facts, witnesses and evidence, before forwarding the appeal to The President within thirty days of its receipt of the appeal. The President retains the power to investigate or appoint a committee to investigate the appeal. 6. For increased benefit of the investigation, The President or the committee appointed by The President may look for additional witnesses and/or evidence. The President retains the power to investigate or appoint a committee to investigate the appeal. 7. For increased benefit of the investigation, The President or the committee appointed by The President may look for additional witnesses and/or evidence. 8. The appeal result decided by The President or the committee appointed by The President is final. 9. The President is in authority to enforce this notification, to make interpretations and to arbitrate any problem or dispute arising out of this notification or enforcement thereof. The President s judgment is final. Issued this ninth day of March, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 148

149 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Re: Guidelines for approving student graduation in case of owing overdue payment to the university. The procedure for completing graduation must abide by the stated guidelines in the case that a student owes overdue payments to the university. By virtue of Section 26 of the 1998 university act with the resolutions passed at the 10/2012 meeting of the University Council on October 3, 2012, the university has issued the following announcement regarding the guidelines of student graduation approval in the case of owing overdue payment to the university: Clause 1 This announcement is entitled Mae Fah Luang University Announcement on the guidelines of graduate student approval in case of student s overdue payment to the university. Clause 2 This announcement has been effective from the date of issue. Clause 3 Student as stated in this announcement refers to a student who has completed all required courses as set by the curriculum and is eligible for graduation but owes overdue payment to the university. Clause 4 The student is obligated to proceed by the followings procedure within 1 year of the last semester of full registration. 4.1 Complete payment must be made. 4.2 If the student is unable to pay for the overdue balance, the student must contact the registrar to amend the overdue payment schedule to the university. The extension of any payment schedule amendment cannot exceed 2 years from the last semester of full registration. If the student fails to complete the procedure within the designated time frame, the student will not be eligible to graduate. Clause 5 The student will maintain student status without fee until the end of the process stated in Clause

150 Clause 6 Clause 7 The student may graduate the semester in which overdue payment is made in full. The President is authorized to oversee the implementation of this announcement and is authorized to decide on practices that are in conflict with this announcement. The judgment of the President is considered final. Issued on November 26, 2012 Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 150

151 Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Regarding Graduates Eligible to Participate in the Commencement Ceremony. In the Academic Council Meeting of 7/2006 held on 28 June 2006, the resolution was adopted entitling graduates who completed their education curriculum in the first semester of the subsequent year to participate in the commencement ceremony with the condition that their grade results were submitted to the Registrar Division before 31 October of that year. Said resolution is hereby rescinded. To be eligible to attend the commencement ceremony in each academic year, the University now requires graduates to complete their education curriculum within the same academic year, as detailed below. In the Academic Council Meeting of 11/2012 held on 7 November 2012, the resolution was adopted establishing the opening and closing of semester 1 of 2014 to be 25 August 2014 and 26 December 2014 respectively so as to correspond with the international calendar and ASEAN integration. As the opening and closing dates of the semester are close to the date of the commencement ceremony of academic year 2013, which normally takes place in February each year, preparations for the commencement ceremony must be expedited. Therefore, pursuant to Section 26 of Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 and the agreement of the Academic Council at its meeting of 4/2014 held on 2 April 2014, Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement, Re Eligible Graduates for the Commencement Ceremony dated 6 September 2006 is hereby rescinded and the following Mae Fah Luang University s Announcement Regarding Graduates Eligible to Participate in the Commencement Ceremony shall be adopted and controlling as follows: 1. Students eligible to attend the commencement ceremony in each academic year shall be those students who complete their academic curriculum and graduate within the same academic year. 151

152 2013 onwards. 2. This shall be effective for the commencement ceremony of academic year This announcement is made on 25 April Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 152

153 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On students dormitory rates and fees For the effective operation with the correct and appropriate management of students dormitories of Mae Fah Luang University. By virtue of Mae Fah Luang University Act 1998 section 26(10) together with the Order of Mae Fah Luang University Council no. 12/2002 dated 9 th October 2002 subjected to the delegation of management authority to the president of Mae Fah Luang University, this notification is issued with the details as followed; 1. This notification is called as Mae Fah Luang University notification on students dormitory rates and fees This notification shall come into effect on the date of issue onwards. 3. By the issuing of this notification, the Mae Fah Luang university notification on student s dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated the 3 rd February 2006 shall be annulled. In case there are other notifications, agreements or orders which are inconsistent with this notification, this notification shall be in use instead. 4. In this notification -. a. Students refers to Students of Mae Fah Luang University. b. Students of other institutes refers to Students of other universities who are permitted to stay in the student s dormitories of Mae Fah Luang University. c. University Personnel refers to Personnel of Mae Fah Luang University who are permitted to stay in the student s dormitories of Mae Fah Luang University. d. Visitors refers to Parents, Guardians,Seminar Attendees, Academics Visitors or other persons who are permitted by the university to stay in the student s dormitories of Mae Fah Luang University. 153

154 5. The Mae Fah Luang University shall collect the fees of students dormitories as followed-. a. Students residing in the students dormitories shall pay the dormitory fee together with the registration fee in each semester as followsi. Students residing in F1-F6 dormitories with 4 occupants in each room shall pay the fee 3800 Baht per person/ semester. ii. Students residing in Lumduam dormitories 1-5, Prasert-Thassanee Pungkumarn dormitory, Boonsong-Piengjai (Harnpanich) Asvaphokin dormitory and Pol.Gen Pao Sarasin dormitory shall pay the fee for each semester as follows-. Number of occupants in each room Dormitory fee / person 1 16,000 Baht / person 2 8,000 Baht / person 3 5,500 Baht / person 4 4,000 Baht / person iii. University Personnel residing in Lumduan dormitory 6 shall pay the fee 600 Baht per person/month as indicated in the Mae Fah Luang University regulations 2006 regarding Personnel accommodation and the Mae Fah Luang University regulations (2 nd issue) 2007 regarding Personnel accommodation. b. For the temporary residing, the fee shall be collected in a daily rate from the occupants as followed-. Daily room rates Lumduam dormitories 1-5, Occupants F1-F6 Dormitories Prasert-Thassanee Pungkumarn dormitory, Boonsong-Piengjai (Harnpanich) Asvaphokin dormitory, Lumduan 7 Dormitory Pol. Gen Pao Sarasin dormitory Students Students of other institutes 50 Baht/person 80 Baht/person 80 Baht/person 100 Baht/person 1. Fan Room 300 Baht/room 154

155 Visitors 120 Baht/person 150 Baht/person 2. Air Conditioned Room 500 Baht/room *Maximum occupants for Lumduan 7 Dormitory is 2 persons 6. The Mae Fah Luang University shall collect the electrical charge from the occupants on the monthly basis based on the actual usage as follows-. a. Students residing in Lumduan Dormitory 1-5 shall pay the electrical charge 5 Baht/Unit for the excess of 100 Baht per room/month. b. University Personnel residing in Lumduan 6 Dormitory shall pay the electrical charge 4 Baht/Unit on the actual usage basis. 7. The President of Mae Fah Luang University is in charge of this notification and reserves a full authority to interpret and make decision on any problems regarding the compliance of this notification. Issued on 31 st of October, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae FahLuang University 155

156 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On students dormitory rates and fees (3 rd amendment) In the academic year 2012, the number of first year students admitted by the university is very high and the dormitories prepared by the university are not sufficient. Therefore, the university has allocated the first year students to other dormitories in which the rates and fees are charged differently. As a result, the students dormitory rates and fees including the electrical charge for the first year students in academic year 2012 shall be revised to be in accordance with the rates and fees which have been prior specified. By virtue of Mae Fah Luang University Act 2008 section 26(10), the Mae Fah Luang University notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 shall be amended as follows; 1. This notification is called as Mae Fah Luang university notification on students dormitory rates and fees (3 rd amendment) This notification shall come into effect on the date of 15 th May 2012 onwards. 3. By the issuing of this notification, the Mae Fah Luang university notification on student s dormitory rates and fees 2006 (2 nd amendment) dated the 30 th April 2007 shall be annulled. 4. The following statement shall be added in the Mae Fah Luang University notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated 31 st October First year students in academic year 2012 refers to first year students in academic year 2012 who reside in the students dormitories of Mae Fah Luang university 5. The following statement shall be added to be iv.) of a.) in 5.) of the Mae Fah Luang university notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated 31st October

157 iv. The university shall allot the dormitories to First year students in academic year 2012 for residing and collect the fees from the occupants as the rates shown below-. No. Dormitories No. of occupants/room Fee/Semester/Person 1 F ,800 Baht 2 Prasert, Boonsong 3 5,500 Baht 3 Lumduan ,000 Baht 4 Lumduan Lumduan 7 4 4,000 Baht (16,000 Baht per room) 5,000 Baht (20,000 Baht per room) 6. The statement in a.) of 6.) of the Mae FahLuang university notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated 31st October 2006 shall be annulled. The following statement shall be a substitute. a. The University shall collect the electrical charge from the Students residing in Lumduan Dormitory 1-7, Prasert-ThassaneePungkumarn Dormitory, BoonsongPiengjaiHarnpanichAsvaphokin Dormitory and Pol Gen Pao Sarasin Dormitory on the actual usage basisand the charge of 5 Baht/Unit shall be collected from the occupants for the excess of 100 Baht per room/month. Issued on28 th of June, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 157

158 Mae Fah Luang University s Notification On students dormitory rates and fees (4 th amendment) 2012 For the effective operation with the correct and appropriate management of students dormitories of Mae Fah Luang University. By virtue of Mae Fah Luang University Act 2008 section 26(10), the Mae Fah Luang University notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 shall be amended as follows; 1. This notification is called Mae Fah Luang University Notification on students dormitory rates and fees (4 th amendment) The statement in i.) of a.) of 5.) of the Mae Fah Luang university notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated 31st October 2006 shall be annulled. The following statement shall be a substitute and come into effective from the first semester of academic year 2012 onwards. Students residing in F1-6 Dormitory with 4 persons in each room shall pay the fee for 4,000 Baht per person/semester 3. The following statement shall be added in the Mae Fah Luang University notification on students dormitory rates and fees 2006 dated 31 st October 2006 as v.) in a.) of 5.)and shall come into effect from the second semester of academic year 2012 onwards. v. Students residing in Lumduan 7 Dormitory shall pay the fee on semester basis as followed-. 158

159 No. of occupants/room Fee/Person 1 20,000 Baht 2 10,000 Baht 3 6,700 Baht 4 5,000 Baht Issued on 23 th of November, Signed Vanchai Sirichana (Associate Professor Dr Vanchai Sirichana) President, Mae Fah Luang University 159

160 Mae Fah Luang University Regulations On gown, academic gown, and academic pin of Mae Fah Luang University, 2003 According to Section 17 and Section 55 of the Mae Fah Luang University Act of 1998 with the resolutions passed by the University Council, the announcement of Mae Fah Luang University 2003 regarding regulations on gown, academic gown, and academic pin is as follows: No. 1 This announcement is called Mae Fah Luang University regulation on gown, academic gown and academic pin of Mae Fah Luang University as of No. 2 In this announcement, President refers to the President of Mae Fah Luang University; the University Council refers to the Mae FahLuang University Council; President of the University Council refers to the President of the Mae Fah Luang University Council; the University Council Committee refers to the Committee of Mae Fah Luang University Council; the Executives refers to the executives of Mae Fah Luang University; Instructors refers to the instructors of Mae Fah Luang University. No. 3 This regulation has been effective since the date of issue in the government gazette. No. 4 The President is the person who is acting on this announcement. No. 5 All qualities, types, classifications and elements of gowns, academic gowns, and academic pins of the university should comply with this regulation and the attachment as indicated in the template. 160

161 Part 1 Gown No. 6 The university gown for instructors and executives is made of red satin clover and is knee length. The gown is open and has a 10 centimeter wide black stripe hem embellished with a 1 centimeter wide golden Tung pattern as indicated in the attachment. The golden stripe is stitched along the outer edges. Additionally, one line of the 1 centimeter wide golden stripe is stitched to the inner edges. The space between these outer and inner stripes is 2 centimeters. The edge of the gown is a 10 centimeter wide black cloth, with a 1 centimeter wide golden stripe on both sides across the edge. The shirt is wrist length, and the sleeve has a wide opening. The upper part and the lower part is a 10 centimeter wide black cloth with golden stripes on both sides with a 3 centimeter golden stripe in the middle. Golden university pins with red enamel on the letter S are placed on both stripes at the breast level. No. 7 The gown for the President shares the same characteristics of the gown for instructors and the executives. The upper part of the arms is made of 4 1-centimeter wide gold cloth lines. At the edge of the arm sleeve is a 10-centimeters wide black cloth, with 4 aligned 1-centimeter wide gold stripes. University pins with red enamel on the letter S are placed on both stripes at the breast level. There are two red rayon strips on both shoulders. No. 8 The gown for the President of the University Council shares the same characteristics of the President s. There is a breast chain; the university symbol in gold is placed in the circle frame and is embellished with the university symbol with red enamel on the letter S. There are two gold rayon strips on both shoulders. No. 9 The gown for the University Council Committee shares the same characteristics as the as the President s but without the breast chain or red strips on the shoulders. 161

162 Part 2 Academic Gown No. 10 There are 3 variations of the Academic Gown (1) Undergraduate gowns are made of red clover and must be knee length. The gown is open with black stripes and embellished with a 10- centimeter wide golden Tung pattern. The 1-centimeter wide gold stripes are stitched in the front on both sides. The edges have 10- centimeter wide black stripes with a 1-centimeter wide gold border on both sides. The arm sleeves are wrist length with a wide opening. The upper stripes have a 10-centimeter wide black cloth with 1 centimeter wide gold borders on both sides. There is a 1-centimeter wide school band in between the gold borders. The edge has a 10-centimeter wide black cloth with 1-centimeter wide gold borders on both sides. In the middle, there is a 3-centimeter wide gold stripe with academic pins at the breast level on both sides. (2) Gowns for graduate students share the same characteristics as undergraduates, but there is a 1-centimeter wide school band on the upper arms. (3) Gowns for doctorate students share the same characteristics as the graduates, but there are 3 1-centimeter wide school bands at the upper arms. Part 3 Academic Pin No. 11 The academic pin is 6 centimeters and made from gold steel. It represents the university symbol for auspicious ceremonies on the right chest. Announced on February 28, Signed Pol Gen Pow Sarasin (Pow Sarasin) Chairman, Mae Fah Luang University Council 162

163 Student Registration On the day of student registration, you have to submit completed documents arranged in the following order. Undergraduate Level 1. Document Preparation Manual: Write your name, surname and student ID number on the manual, and then prepare the required documents and arrange them according to the manual. 2. Student Profile 2.1 To record your personal information, enter the webpage <http://reg.mfu.ac.th/registrar/dormitory/login2system.asp>. Enter your 13-digit national ID number (or your passport number) in the National ID Number box. 2.2 Record your personal information and click Save. 2.3 Go to and print out your profile on a sheep of plain white A4 size paper. Double-check your profile and sign. 2.4 Affix a 1-inch color photograph (in school or MFU uniform) where indicated on the profile. 3. ONE Copy of National ID Card, Civil Service Card or State Enterprise Employee Card: Have both sides of the card photocopied onto the same page, write Certified true copy across the images, sign and date the copy, and write your student ID number at the top right corner of the copy. 4. TWO Copies of Name, Surname, Prefix or Position Change Certificate, or Marriage Certificate (if applicable): Submit these documents in case of discrepancies between any of the documents. Write Certified true copy across the images, sign and date the copy, and write your student ID number at the top right corner of each copy. 5. ONE Copy of House Registration: Write Certified true copy across the images, sign and date the copy, and write your student ID number at the top right corner of the copy. If you are unable to submit this document, obtain an official copy from your district office or the Central Civil Registration Office and submit it in lieu. 163

164 6. TWO Copies of School Certificate: Each copy must be two-sided and certified, with your student ID number written at the top right corner. 6.1 A Thai student having graduated from a Thai school: Submit 2 copies of your high school certificate or equivalent, which shows your cumulative grade-point average (GPAX). A valid copy must bear the registrar s signature and a stamped school seal. 6.2 A Thai student having graduated from abroad or from an international school: Submit 2 copies of your transcript, certificate or diploma, together with an official certificate of equivalence. 6.3 A foreign student: Submit 2 copies of your transcript, certificate or diploma. 7. Letter of Certification and Assurance Download a Letter of Certification and Assurance Template from <http://www.mfu.ac.th/info13/advice01.html>. The person legally able to give certification and assurance is either (i) your mother or father, or (ii) your legal guardian, who will be fully responsible for you whilst you are a Mae FahLuang University student. The certifier-assurer must completely fill out the letter and sign it, together with a witness (any person having reached legal age). Enclose ONE signed and certified-true copy of the certifier-assurer s national ID card, government official s ID card or state employee s ID card. Write your student ID number at the top right corner of each copy. (Copies of the witnesses identification papers are not required.) 8. Colour Photograph (on a Blue Background):One one-inch size portrait photograph (for the student registration book). Each portrait photograph must be of one-inch size (without headdress, sunglasses or any ornament on) taken within the last six months. The applicant must be dressed according to the uniform code below. Male Student: A long-sleeved plain white shirt with an MFLUemblem button collar, navy blue tie with an MFLU-emblem tie pin, and appropriate hairstyle. Female Student: A plain white blouse with an MFLU-emblem button collar, an MFLU-emblem breast pin fastened about two inches diagonally below and to the 164

165 right of the right collar tip, an MFLU-emblem brooch fastened on the left collar, and appropriate hairstyle. 9. New Student Profile Recording Enter <http://reg.mfu.ac.th/registrar/dormitory/ registermenu.asp> to record your personal profile. Then print it out on an A4-size sheet of paper. Write your student ID number at the top right corner of each copy. 10. Medical Checkup Certificate Download a Medical Checkup Form from <http://www.mfu.ac.th/info13/advice01.html>. Then go to Mae Fah Luang University Hospital, any other state hospital or a private hospital to receive a chest X-ray. Have your medical checkup form completed and signed by the physician or radiologist and stamped with the hospital seal. 11. Public Healthcare Service Registration Download a Public Healthcare Service Registration Form from <http://www.mfu.ac.th/info13/advice01.html>. Complete the form, enclose one copy each of your national ID card and house registration and submit it to the Registration Division. 12. Educational Loan Fund and Scholarship If you wish or need to apply for a grant from the government s Educational Loan Fund or a scholarship, download the Educational Loan Fund and Scholarship Application Form from < studentloan.html>. Complete the application form and record your information on the E-Student Loan system. For more information, visit <http://www.mfu.ac.th/division/affairs-new> or <http://scholarship.mfu.ac.th>, and go to Educational Loan Fund, Mae Fah Luang University. 13. Banking Transaction Permission Go to <http://www.mfu.ac.th/info13/advice01.html> to complete the form permitting Mae Fah Luang University to perform banking transactions with you. 165

166 Applying for a Student ID Card 1. First Application The university will announce the date, time and venue for student card application on the webpage for new students information. The following procedure applies. 1.1 Complete an ATM subscription form. 1.2 Submit one certified and signed copy of the national ID card (or passport). 1.3 Have your photograph taken on the date and at the time and venue announced by the university. 1.4 Submit the completed ATM subscription form to the bank and pay a cardholder s fee of THB 200. If you fail to apply for a student ID card and have a photograph taken at the university-appointed time, you must contact the bank (Bangkok Bank PCL, Mae FahLuang University Branch, Floor 1, D1 Building) in person and produce a copy of your national ID card (or passport) and one one-inch portrait photograph in uniform and on a blue background (without headdress, sunglasses or any ornament on), taken within the last six months, then pay a cardholder s fee of THB 200. You may receive your student ID card within 14 days of the university s submission of applicants information to the bank. 2. Application for a New Card (in case of loss or damage of the card, or change in personal information). The following procedure applies. 2.1 Submit a request for a new student ID card to the Registration Division, which will check your status as a student. 2.2 Go to Bangkok Bank PCL, Mae FahLuang University Branch, Floor 1, D1 Building. Fill out a student ID/ATM card application form and submit it, together with the approved request and documents stated in to below whichever applies. You should receive a new card in ten minutes Your national ID card or passport (foreign student) A copy of your national ID card or passport (foreign student) Account passbook A copy of your house registration 166

167 2.2.5 Old student ID card (if damaged or requesting change of information on the card) A copy of name or surname change certification, or surname registration (in case of change of information on the card) New card fee of THB New account passbook fee of THB 100 (in case of change of information on the card) 2.3 Upon receiving the card, check it thoroughly. If there is a mistake, inform the bank staff immediately. Personal Profile Check To check your personal profile, enter the website <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and choose Student Profile. If there is a mistake, submit a correction request to the Registration Division. Change of Prefix, Title, Name, Surname, Spelling or Address Changing your prefix, title, name, surname, spelling or address in your student profile can be done only whilst your status as a student is valid. The following procedure applies. 1. Obtain a Change of Prefix, Title, Name, Surname, Spelling or Address Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Complete it and submit it to the Registration Division, along with the relevant certificates (e.g., marriage certificate or promotional certification) and other necessary documents (e.g., house registration). 3. Apply for a new student ID card, which shall bear the new information. (See 2 on Application for a New Card.) 167

168 For your own benefit, check your name and surname (both in Thai and English) thoroughly, ensuring that they are identical to those on your national ID card or passport. If there is a mistake, request the Registration Division to correct it immediately. No correction can be made once the university announces your name on the official List of Graduates. Enrollment Mae FahLuang University uses a credit-based semester system, with two (first and second) semesters in every academic year. It is compulsory that every student be enrolled in both of the semesters. The summer session is not mandatory (unless required by your study plan). The number of credits for which you must be enrolled is determined by Mae FahLuang University Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2552 (2009), Issue 12, Clause 9.4.1: A student is eligible to enroll for a minimum of 9 (nine) credits but not exceeding 22 (twenty-two) credits in a regular semester and for a maximum of 9 (nine) credits in a summer session. Number of Credits Allowed 1. If you have an acceptable reason to enroll for less than 9 or more than 22 (but not exceeding 24) credits, you must submit a request to the dean for approval (as stipulated by Mae Fah Luang University Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999), Clause After GPAX-based classification, if your GPAX is under 2.00, you are allowed to enroll for NO MORE than 15 credits in a regular semester and 6 credits in a summer session (as stipulated by Mae Fah Luang University Guidelines for Undergraduate Students with Under-2.00 GPAX). For a regular programme, you must submit an enrollment request by following these steps. 168

169 Course Enrollment Request You may request permission to enroll in any course you wish whether or not it is in your study plan. To request on-line, go to <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and do the following. 1. Log in and go to Advance Enrollment System. 2. To check the courses required by your study plan, click Study Plan Courses. 3. To check available courses, click Available Courses. 4. After deciding on the courses, click Course Enrollment Request. 5. Enter the course code and section number. (For more information, see Appendix 1: Education Service System Manual.) 6. Click Check Selected Courses. 7. If there is no error, click Confirm Enrollment. 8. When all enrollment-related information appears, double-check it and then click Confirm Request to complete this process. Beware: If there are class time or examination time conflicts between the courses you selected, your request CANNOT be confirmed. Notes: 1. You are strongly advised to enroll only in the courses and in the sections reserved for you according to your study plan. 2. This process is only for you to submit a preliminary enrollment request, which will take effect only after the teacher in charge of course and examination scheduling has given permission. 3. In case the requesting students outnumber the teacher-requested number, the system will place the students randomly, in the order of their study plan and entry year (if seats are available). To check the courses on which you are permitted to enroll, log in to <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>, go to Advance Enrollment System and click Check Course Enrollment Permission. Enrollment may be done during one of these two periods: regular enrollment period and late enrollment period. 169

170 Regular Enrollment Period 1. First Semester Enrollment Every new student shall enroll on the date set by the university and according to the plan arranged by the Registration Division. You must enroll and pay the tuition and other fees no later than the university s deadline. 2. Subsequent Semester Enrollment For each of the subsequent semesters, you must check the semester calendar and enroll on-line on the webpage <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. The following procedure apply. 1. Enter the enrollment system by clicking Log in and selecting Advance Enrollment System. (This menu appears only during an enrollment period specified in the semester calendar.) 2. To check the courses on which you are permitted to enroll, click Check Course Enrollment Permission. 3. Click Enroll. 4. Record the courses and sections. (For detailed information, see the Education Service System Manual (Appendix 1).) 5. Click Check Selected Courses 6. If there is no error, click Confirm Enrollment. 7. All enrolment-related information will re-appear. After double-checking, click Confirm Enrollment again. 8. When your enrollment is completed, a Word icon will appear. Click it to print out a tuition pay-in slip. 9. Pay your tuition before the deadline at any of the banks listed on the pay-in slip; otherwise, your enrollment will be revoked. 10. On the first day of the semester, contact the Finance and Accounting Division and produce your proof of payment (i.e., your pay-in slip) in order to receive an official receipt. In the following conditions, you are not allowed to enroll by yourself: - Your GPAX is under You are under probation (GPAX under 2.00). - Your status as a student is pending (due to an unamended I or M grade or having yet to fulfill certain requirements). 170

171 Your enrollment will take effect only after you have completed the on-line enrollment process and paid the tuition and other fees no later than the deadline stated in the education calendar. Otherwise, your enrollment will be revoked. Late Enrollment Period If you did not enroll during the regular enrollment period, or if you did enroll but did not pay the tuition and other fees, you must repeat the enrollment procedure within the late enrollment period, that is, within the first two weeks of the semester. Access <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and follow these steps. 1. Enter the enrollment system by clicking Log in and selecting Advance Enrollment System. (This menu appears only during an enrollment period specified in the semester calendar.) 2. To check the courses on which you are permitted to enroll, click Check Course Enrollment Permission. In case you did not submit an advance enrollment request, you have to check course availability during the Course Addition and Removal period. (For detailed information, see the Education Service System Manual (Appendix 1).) 3. Click Enroll. 4. Record the courses and sections. (For detailed information, see the Education Service System Manual (Appendix 1).) 5. Click Check Selected Courses 6. If there is no error, click Confirm Enrollment. 7. All enrollment-related information will re-appear. After double-checking, click Confirm Enrollment again. 8. When your enrollment is completed, a Word icon will appear. Click it to print out TWO tuition pay-in slips. 9. Pay your tuition before the deadline at the Finance and Accounting Division; otherwise, your enrollment will be revoked. Keep the other pay-in slip and the receipt as proof. Late enrolment is subject to a 50-THB-per-day fine, as of the first day of the semester. BEWARE: 171

172 If you fail to enroll or fail to request maintenance of your status as a student within the first two weeks of the semester, the university retains the right to terminate your status as a student, as stipulated in Clause 24.4 of Mae Fah Luang University Rules for Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999). Course Selection To select courses on which to enroll, follow these steps. 1. Courses according to your study plan: Your study plan has been prepared by the university. It is suggested that you clearly understand your study plan and follow it. 2. Courses not according to your study plan: You must carefully check to ensure that the courses in which you wish to enroll do not have conflicting class or examination schedules.you must also make an on-line request for enrollment in ALL of the courses chosen for that semester, both study-plan courses and non-study-plan courses. The request must be submitted BEFORE the regular enrollment period. (For detailed information, visit <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> or see Sample Class and Examination Schedules (Appendix 2).) Upon registration, you will receive a user s name and password. If you have forgotten or lost your user s name or password, you may request a new one at <www.reg.mfu.ac.th>. Course Addition After you have enrolled and paid the tuition, you may enroll in more courses (but not exceeding the university s limit) during the first two weeks of the semester. To add courses on-line, go to <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and follow the steps below. (See Appendix 1 for more information.) 172

173 1. Enter the enrollment system by clicking Log in and selecting Advance Enrollment System. (This menu appears only during an enrollment period specified in the semester calendar.) 2. Click Enroll. 3. Record the courses and sections. (For detailed information, see the Education Service System Manual (Appendix 1).) 4. Click Check Selected Courses 5. If there is no error, click Confirm Enrollment. 6. All enrollment-related information will re-appear. After double-checking, click Confirm Enrollment again. Notes: Important codes during the late enrollment or addition/withdrawal period: O = Open, meaning any student may enrollin this section or course, without having to submit a request; C = Closed, meaning ONLY the students whose advance enrollmentrequests have been granted may enroll; and COP = Closed or Open, meaning any student may request to enroll in the course, after the course instructor/coordinator has given approval (for requests submitted during the late enrollment period). Course Removal After you have enrolled and paid the tuition, you may remove a course within the first FIVE weeks of a regular semester or the first TWO weeks of a summer session. To remove courses on-line, go to <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and follow the steps below. (See Appendix 1 for more information.) 1. Enter the enrollment system by clicking Log in and selecting Advance Enrollment System. (This menu appears only during an enrollment period specified in the semester calendar.) 2. Click Enroll. 173

174 3. Click Enrolled Courses and click the Remove icon next to the course you wish to remove. The removed course will be moved to Selected Courses.(For detailed information, see the Education Service System Manual (Appendix 1).) 4. Click Check Selected Courses 5. If there is no error, click Confirm Enrollment. 6. All enrollment-related information will re-appear. After double-checking, click Confirm Enrollment again. If the tuition for the course removed has been paid separately (that is, on the creditnumber basis, such as Intensive English ), you must submit a Tuition Refund Request Course Removal to the Finance and Accounting Division within the first eight weeks of a regular semester or the first four weeks of a summer session. Otherwise, it shall be considered that you do not wish to be refunded for the course removed (as stipulated by Mae FahLuang University Notification on Tuition Refund in the Case of Bachelor s Degree Course Removal). The only course in which the tuition may be refunded is Intensive English. Change of Sections After you have enrolled and paid the tuition, you may change sections of a course IF there are conflicting class and/or examination schedules. Change of sections can be done within the first TWO weeks of a regular semester or the FIRST week of a summer session. Follow the steps below. 1. Receive a Change of Sections Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Follow the procedure stated on the request, and then submit it to the Registration Division. 3. Three business days after you have submitted the request, visit <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and go to Enrollment Result to see if the change of sections has taken effect. 174

175 4. If the change of sections has not taken effect, contact the Registration Division immediately. If your request contradicted the university s conditions, the Division will suggest a proper course of action. Change of Sections Every change of section request must be submitted to the Registration Division and can be permitted only if an added course causes conflicting class and/or examination schedules. Study Results Check To check your study results, go to <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> and click View Study Result. The results are announced in the twentieth week of a regular semester or the ninth week of a summer session. If you have received an I or M grade, check again after the grade amendment period. Student Status Classification Classification of student status (normal vs probationary) is first done after a student has finished his/her second regular semester and shall be done at the end of every regular semester (hence excluding a summer session). Classification of student status may be done at the end of a summer session ONLY IF the student is expected to graduate or has fulfilled all of the degree requirements in that summer session. In case you have taken a semester-long leave of absence, classification of student status is NOT done for that semester. Your summer GPA (if any) will be calculated together with the GPA that you earn in the following regular semester, after which your student status will be classified. Students status belongs to one of these two types based on the GPAX-based classification system. 175

176 Normal status : Students having enrolled for the first time (in their first semester) and those having earned GPAXs of 2.00 or higher; and Probationary status : Students whose GPAXs are between 1.50 and (See Appendix 3 for more information on GPAX-based studentship classification and termination.) Change of Academic Discipline 1. Receive a Change of Academic Discipline Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. To be eligible to request a change of discipline, you must have pursued the current discipline for at least TWO regular semesters. 3. An inter-school change to a study programme is subject to consent of the requestor s advisor of the current study programme, the Dean of the current school and the Committee of the school to which the requestor wishes to move. 4. Submit the completed form to the Registration Division, before the university s deadline (normally 30 days before the next regular semester starts). 5. If your request is granted, you will use the new programme s curriculum offered for the new students entering that programme in the given semester. For example, if your request for a change of discipline for semester 1 of 2015 is granted, you will study in the same curriculum as the first-year students entering the programme in semester 1 of In this case, you must seek advice from your new advisor regarding the new curricular structure and study plan. 6. Your change of discipline shall be in effect ONLY AFTER the change of discipline fee has been paid and a new student-identity number has been issued to you. 7. All of the previously completed courses with new-curriculum equivalents shall be automatically transferred to the relevant categories specified by the new curriculum; courses without new-curriculum equivalents will be transferred to the free elective category. 8. Each student is allowed only ONE change of discipline throughout his/her time as a student. 176

177 Because a change of discipline may affect your graduation, you must thoroughly study the curricular structure and study plan of the new programme. Pay close attention to the courses that have been transferred from your old programme. Credit Equivalence and Transfer In case you have studied at Mae FahLuang University before, you may have your earned credits transferred to your current programme. The following conditions apply. (i) The credits to be transferred must have been earned from a courseor blockcourse offered by Mae FahLuang University. (ii). The previously studied course or block-course and the course or block-course to which it will be equated must share a minimum of 75 percent similarity of content. (iii). Your grade for the previously studied course or block-course must be C (2.00) or higher. Follow the procedure below. 1. Obtain an Internal/External Credit Equivalence and Transfer Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Seek your advisor s consent. 3. Process according to the type of your request. 3.1 Internal transfer Submit your advisor-consented request to the Registration Division. 3.2 External transfer Submit to the Registration Division the completed, advisor-consented request, together with your academic transcript and the description of the course previously studied. 4. If your request is granted, you are required to pay a credit equivalence and transfer fee. Once the fee is paid, your credit transfer is completed, and will be recorded on your academic transcript. 177

178 New students and re-entering students must submit their Internal/External Credit Equivalence and Transfer Requests to the Registration Division within the first month of their first study semester; otherwise, they are not allowed to submit such requests. Leave of Absence from an Examination There are three types of leave of absence. 1. Sick Leave (Before the Examination Period) During a given semester, if you become ill and remain so ill that you cannot sit the midterm or final examination of one or every course, you must submit a sick leave request, with your instructor s and advisor s consent and the dean s approval, together with a medical certificate issued by a state hospital or by a private hospital accredited by the Ministry of Public Health. 2. Sick Leave (During the Examination Period) During an examination period, if you become ill and remain so ill that you cannot sit the midterm or final examination of one or every course, you must submit a sick leave request, with your instructor s and advisor s consent and the dean s approval, together with a medical certificate issued by a state hospital or by a private hospital accredited by the Ministry of Public Health. 3. Absence due to an Unforeseen Circumstance Submit a leave of absence request to the dean. Follow the steps below. (1) Receive a Sick Leave Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. (2) Obtain consent of the instructor and your advisor and approval by the dean. In case of illness, submit a medical certificate issued by a state hospital or by a private hospital accredited by the Ministry of Public Health, to the Registration Division. (3) Contact the Registration Division for the result. 178

179 If you have missed an examination due to an unforeseen circumstance, submit a leave of absence request no later than FIVE days after your absence to the dean of the school to which you belong. If your request is granted, you must take the examination within TEN days after your absence. Cases other than this are subject to the dean s consideration. Taking a Leave from Study/Returning to Study If you need to take a leave from your study, consult Clause 18 of Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999), regarding a Leave from Study, then follow the steps below. (1) Receive a Leave from Study Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. (2) Obtain consent of your advisor and approval by the dean. Then submit the completed request, along with the reason and any evidence, to the Registration Division. (3) Pay a Leave from Study fee, unless you have paid the tuition and other fees for the semester in question, in which case the fees paid will suffice. When your Leave from Study Request has been granted and, when you wish to return to study, you must submit a Return to Study Request to the dean for approval and present a copy of the written approval to the Registration Division no later than one week before the regular enrollment period of the semester for which you intend to enroll. 179

180 Suspension from Study/Returning to Study A student who has committed an offence and has been handed a suspension penalty must pay a Student status Maintenance fee within the first two weeks of the semester for which the student is to be suspended. After having served the penalty, the student must submit a Return to Study Request to the dean for approval at least one week before the enrollment period of the semester in which you wish to return to study (based on Clauses 20.4, 20.5 and 20.6 of Mae FahLuang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999)). Request for Reinstatement of Student status (Clause 24.4 of Mae Fah Luang University s Regulation on Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999), regarding failure to enroll or maintain student status within the first two weeks of the semester) If your student status has been terminated due to your failure to enroll or maintain your student status within the first two weeks of the semester (Clause 24.4 of Mae Fah Luang University s Regulations on Bachelor s Degree Education, BE 2542 (1999)), you may request reinstatement of your status as a student. Follow the steps below. 1. Obtain a Student status Reinstatement Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Submit the completed request, with your advisor s consent and the dean s approval, to the Registration Division. 3. Contact the Registration Division for the result and pay a student status reinstatement fee. Request for reinstatement of your status as a student must be submitted within the semester in which your student status is terminated. 180

181 Resignation To resign, submit a request to the President for approval. Follow the steps below. 1. Obtain a Student Resignation Form from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Submit the completed form, with your advisor s consent and the dean s approval, to the Registration Division. 3. Submit a Tuition Refund Request to the Finance and Accounting Division, together with a copy of your student ID card or national ID card and a copy of the namebearing page of your account passbook (except that of the Agriculture and Agriculture Cooperative Bank, Government Bank of Housing and Government Savings Bank). If you are resigning, you must check with the Finance and Accounting Division and clear your debts (if any) to the university first.if you are a new student, you must pay all of the necessary fees first. Then you may submit your resignation and be permitted to resign. Graduation Request In the semester where you expect to fulfill your programme requirements and graduate, you have to submit a Degree Conferment Request ( Graduation Request ) to the Registration Division no later than the university s deadline (approximately during the 7 th to the 8 th weeks of a regular semester. Follow the steps below. 1. Obtain a Degree Conferment (Graduation) Request form the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Check and ensure your personal information is correct, and complete the request. In case of incorrect information, write the correct information on the Degree Conferment (Graduation) Request using red ink and initial it. 3. Submit the completed Degree Conferment (Graduation) Request and pay a required fee before the university s deadline to the Registration Division or by post. Otherwise, it is assumed that you are not graduating in that semester. Besides, if you fail to graduate in the semester in question, regardless of the reason, your submitted graduation 181

182 request will be automatically invalidated, and you have to re-submit the request in the following semester. For your benefit, carefully check your name and surname (both in Thai and English), making sure that they are identical to those on your national ID card or passport. Also carefully check your completed Graduation Request and academic records. In case of mistakes, inform the Registration Division IMMEDIATELY so that they can be duly corrected. Once the list of graduates is announced, no change can be made. Graduate Registration On Mae Fah Luang University s commencement rehearsal day, every graduate must register their participation at the venue prepared by the university. Only those who have submitted the Degree Conferment Request ( Graduation Request ) will be eligible to register for the commencement. Requesting Academic Documents The academic documents that the university may issue include: 1. Records for students or those waiting for graduation approval - Student status certification (in Thai and English); - Potential graduation transcript (in Thai and English), with grades for all courses taken; - Graduation certification (in Thai and English; approved by the Academic Council but to be approved by the university s Board of Trustees); and - Certification of the use of English as the medium of instruction (except the Bachelor of Law programme). - Academic transcript (in English, and a Thai version if needed). 182

183 2. Records for graduates - Degree certification (in Thai and English); and - Certification of the use of English as the medium of instruction (except the Bachelor of Law programme). - Academic transcript (in English, and a Thai version if needed). 3. Records for those who have dropped out or those whose studentstatus has been terminated - Academic transcript (in English, and a Thai version if needed). If you need academic documents other than these, contact the Division of Registrar in person. To request academic documents, follow the steps below. 1. Obtain an Academic Document Request from the Registration Division, or download it from <http://reg.mfu.ac.th>. 2. Submit the completed request to the Registration Division and pay a fee of THB 50 per document. 3. Within three business days, contact the Registration Division to receive the requested document(s). In an urgent case, please inform the Registration Division. 4. If you cannot receive the requested document(s) in person, you may do any of the following. 4.1 Authorize a person to receive the document(s) on your behalf, by presenting a certified copy of your national ID card or student ID card. 4.2 Request that the document(s) be sent by post and pay a request fee. (See Mae Fah Luang University Notification on Fee for Posting Academic Documents, BE 2555 (2012).) 183

184 Photograph in Academic Gown, for Graduate Registration The portrait photograph must be one inch in size and on a blue background, no more than 6 months old. Neither headdress, sunglasses nor any kind of ornament is allowed. This uniform is compulsory. Undergraduate-Level Graduates Male - A white royal pattern shirt, and short, appropriately styled hair. Female - A university uniform with the collar buttons fastened, and appropriately tied or styled hair. 184

185 Education Service System Manual The Education Service System is an on-line (Internet) tool that gives students access to Mae Fah Luang University education services, such as students profiles, academic calendar, list of courses offered, course enrollment, study results and so forth. Students may use the system wherever there is access to the Internet. By typing or selecting <http://reg.mfu.ac.th> in the web-browser s Location or Netsite and clicking Enter, you will be directed to the site s home page, as shown in Window 1. Type and press Enter. Menus to the functions frequently used by students: The system will show important announcements by the university. For detailed information on each announcement, click the topic. Window 1 The first page to appear is the notification page (as in Window 1 above), on which important news and information for students are announced by the Registration Division. The announcements are numbered and occur in a descending order, from the most to the least urgent. Clicking a tab on the left will enable students to view detailed information related to the topic. Students are advised to use this system regularly to keep abreast with up-to-date news and notifications by the Registration Division. 185

186 As shown in Window 1, the tabs on the left refer to the different functions, such as logging in, list of courses offered, students schedules, teachers class schedules, classroom information, academic calendar, programmes offered and so forth. To obtain further information on a particular topic, click the relevant tab. This section, however, will explain only the enrollment procedure. 1. Logging In For a function related to personal information, such as enrollment, profiling, viewing study results, password change or form downloads, you are required to enter the system. After clicking Log In, you must enter your username and password. If the entered username and password are correct, you will be allowed to continue. (BEWARE: You must keep your password strictly confidential. If the password is used, it shall be considered as being used by the owner of the password, and you will be held responsible for any damage incurred.) To enter the system 1. Click Log In. (Window 2 will appear.) 2. Enter your username and password. 3. Click Verify. Click First Page if you want to return to the announcement page. 1. Enter your student ID number. 2. Enter your password. 3. Click Verify. Window 2 186

187 This academic service system has passed an international security standard, as indicated by the lock icon in the bottom status bar. The username and password entered will be encrypted before they access the system. Once they are verified, the system will load the announcement page, which is visible only to the user/student. 2. Curricular Structure Menu When you click Curricular Structure, the structure of your curricular or academic programme will be displayed. If the courses required by the curriculum are currently offered or available, the course codes will be in bold, and you can click them to see relevant information, such as the number of sections, the number of seats available, etc, as shown in Window 3. Click Back if you want to return to the registration page Click course code for more detail Window 3 187

188 3. Course Enrollment To enroll, enter the Advance Enrollment System, and Window 4 will appear. Window 4 Window 4 displays up-to-date information on the system. This includes enrollment information by year, enrollment for the current academic year, enrollment for the current semester, academic calendar and important events in the current semester and academic year. The left-hand column of the window features the enrollment-related functions, which allow you to check the courses according to your study plan, the available courses, the courses on which you have been permitted to enroll, enrollment result and records of enrollment confirmation. 4. Checking the Courses according to Study Plan To check the courses required by your study plan, click the tab Study Plan Courses (Window 5). By clicking an academic year ( ), you can view the study plan for that academic year (Window 6). 188

189 Window 5 Window 6 189

190 5. Course Search By typing the code, the title or important words in the title of a course in the Course Title box and clicking Search, you will see a list of courses that match the keywords entered, together with important information on each of the courses shown, such as the course code, course title, number of credits, sections, number of seats available, class time and instructor s name. Window 7 If you know neither the code nor the title of the course, select Available Courses to look for courses on which to enroll. Notes: Important codes during the late enrollment or addition/withdrawal period O = Open, meaning any student may enroll on this section or course, without having to submit a request; C = Closed, meaning ONLY the students whose advance enrollment requests had been granted may enroll; and COP = Closed or Open, meaning any student may request to enroll on the course, after the course instructor/coordinator has given approval (for requests submitted during the late enrollment period). 190

191 6. Course Enrollment Request To request enrollment on courses, click the Course Enrollment Request tab. The following window will appear. Window 8 This window shows your personal information (i.e., ID number and name & surname), along with the academic year and semester for which you will enroll. By clicking, you can see (i) the courses according to your study plan, (ii) the courses reserved for you, and (iii) the courses you have selected. To see the courses according to your study plan, click next to Study Plan Courses, and Window 9 will appear. 191

192 Window 9 10 will appear. To see the courses reserved for you, click next to Reserved Courses, and Window Window

193 The courses shown in Window 10 have been reserved for you according to your study plan. If you wish to enroll on all of the displayed courses, click next to each of the courses. The selected courses will appear in Window 11, under Selected Courses. Window 11 In addition to the courses you have selected for enrollment, you may also enroll on other courses. To do so, click, and Window 12 will appear. Window 12 click To search for a course on which to additionally enroll, type the course code or title and to begin a search. A search result, like in Window 13, will be shown. 193

194 Window 13 In this window, you may select a section and click the course code next to it in order to request enrollment. After having made the selection, state a reason for additional enrollment in the Reason box, and then click to save, as shown in Window 14. Window 14 Window 15, below, will appear, showing all of the courses which you have selected for 194

195 enrollment. Then click Check Selected Courses (bottom right) to ensure there are no clashes in class and/or examination schedules. And by clicking View All Selected Courses (bottom left), you can view your class schedule (Window 16), examination schedule (Window 17) and total tuition (enrollment fee) (Window 18). Window 15 Window

196 Window 17 Window

197 After checking the tuition in Window 18, click Confirm Request (bottom centre). Window 19 will appear. Window 19 Window 19 shows all information related to you and the courses enrolled, including your name & surname, academic year & semester, tuition and selected courses. Double-check, and, if everything is correct, click Confirm Request again. Window 20 will appear. 197

198 Window 20 Window 20 shows the list of all of the courses confirmed for enrollment. You are advised to click Print out Enrollment Request Form (Window 21) for future reference. Window

199 7. Checking Course Enrollment Permission To check whether or not the enrollment request has been permitted, click Check Course Enrollment Permission, and Window 22 will appear. Window 22 Window 22 shows the courses on which you have been permitted to enroll. Also displayed are the courses codes, titles, sections, reasons, period of request, confirmation status and permission status. Notes: (i) If you have confirmed his/her request, the Confirmation Status column must show only Confirmed. (ii) In the Permission Status column, if the word Permitted is shown, you may proceed to enroll, but if the phrase Permission Pending appears, your request is being considered by the instructor(s) in charge of class and examination schedules. 199

200 8. Enrollment To enroll, click Advance Enrollment. When Window 23 appears, you can check all of the courses on which you have been permitted to enroll. Window 23 To enroll on all of the courses, click the Enroll menu on the left-hand side of the window. Window 24 will appear. 200

201 Window 24 If you wish to add a course, click, and Window 25 will appear. Window 25 To choose a course, enter the course code and/or course title and click to see relevant information. After having chosen a course, click to save, and the system will process your request. 201

202 At this stage, you may make whatever change to your additional enrollment, as your enrollment and seat request have not been confirmed. Your enrollment will be complete only after you have confirmed it. After having saved the course(s) on which to enroll, click Check Selected Courses. If everything is correct, the message Enrollment on All Selected Courses Complete will appear, as in Windows 27 and 28. Window 27 Window 28 To view all details of the courses selected, click View All Selected Courses to see your class schedule (Window 29), examination schedule (Window 30) and total tuition (enrollment fee) (Window 31). 202

203 9. Class Schedule Display Whilst checking courses for your enrollment, you may also check your class schedule by clicking Class Schedule. If you have successfully enroll on all of the selected courses, a class schedule like the one shown in Window 29 will appear, displaying each course s code, class type (lecture or lab), section number, classroom number and classroom building. Clashes in class time, if any, will appear in red-shaded boxes. Window Examination Schedule Display Whilst checking courses for your enrollment, you may also check your examination schedule by clicking Examination Schedule. If you have successfully enroll on all of the selected courses, an examination schedule like the one shown in Window 30 will appear, displaying each course s code, title, number of credits, and date and time of the midterm and final examinations. 203

204 Clashes in examination time, if any, will appear in red-shaded boxes. Window Fee Calculation In addition to class and examination schedules, you may also check your total expenditure (tuition and other fees) by clicking Total Enrollment Fee. The system will calculate and display your total enrollment expenditure, consisting of the tuition plus service and public maintenance fee, as detailed in Window 31. Window

205 12. Enrollment Confirmation After having carefully checked all of the courses and their class and examination time, click Confirm Enrollment ( ). Window 32 will appear. Window 32 Window 32 shows all relevant information on your enrollment, for example, the total fee, courses, sections and class time. Double-check thoroughly and then click Confirm Enrollment ( ) again to complete your enrollment. Window 33 will appear. 205

206 Window

207 13. Printing Out Pay-In Slip After having completed your on-line enrollment process, you must print out a Pay-In Slip. Pay your tuition either at the Finance and Accounting Division, Mae Fah Luang University, or at any of the banks listed on the pay-in slip, before the deadline. In Window 33 (above), click Print Out Pay-In Slip ( ), and a pay-in slip page (Window 34) will appear. Click the printer icon ( ) to print out a slip. Window

208 This is a sample pay-in slip. 208

209 14. Enrollment Result After confirming your enrollment, you may view your enrollment result by clicking View Enrollment Result. Window 35 will appear, showing your class and examination schedules, along with your total enrollment fee. You may also print out a pay-in slip from this window by clicking Print Out Pay-In Slip ( ). Window Enrollment Result Overview After having confirmed your enrollment, you may see an overview of your enrollment and previous enrollment records by clicking Enrollment Record Overview. Two kinds of information will appear. 1. A table showing your finalised enrollment for the current semester/academic year, as in Window

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