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Within a supportive community that encourages students to seek learning with eagerness, to respect diversity in viewpoints, and participate in a variety of activities both inside and outside of the classroom, RIC guides students to the means of transforming themselves into confident, capable, and committed leaders in their fields.

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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

AWARD

  • Master of Arts

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 2 year

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • August (1st Semester), January (2nd Semester)

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

  • 180,000 Baht per annum, 360,000 Baht (2 years degree)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or passed the Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

COURSE DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

  • The world today is characterised by rapid change and growing interdependence among nations in all areas of human endeavours. Hence, nations need professionals in foreign affairs who can serve in governments, international organisations, non-government organisations, and international business. In Southeast Asia, there is no specialised institution which caters to this specific need. The Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies (IDIS) is designed to fill this need. The program thats designed at RSU will provide professional education in international studies covering the entire spectrum of international relations. Hence, this will be an intensive training course that will focus on practical skills (e.g. negotiation techniques, diplomatic practices, media skills, rhetoric, and languages).

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES

  • After completion of the Masters in (IDIS), students will be able to work and travel all over the world. RSU aims to produce professionals for positions of leadership and influence in foreign affairs in the international business aspect of life.
  • Administrative/Fiscal Assistant
  • Asia Regional Director
  • Director of Product Management
  • Global Sales Communications
  • Research and Outreach Coordinator

Degree

  • Master of Science Programme in International Digital Business (International Programme)
    M.Sc. (International Digital Business)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 1 Year

ADMISSION CALENDAR

  • Application deadline : 31 May
  • Online interview : NOW – 31 May
  • SEMESTER BEGINS : June/August
  • * International students should apply early due to
    the visa application process

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • June (pre-sessional programme starts)
  • August (programme starts)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Entrepreneur and Start-up
  • Digital Marketer
  • Innovation Developer
  • Multinational Corporate Staff
  • Company’s Executive Officer

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.5 or equivalent (English Test can be provided at RIC), or;
  • Pass pre-sessional programme

PROGRAMME INFORMATION

  • 1 Year (Full-Time)
  • Study time; weekdays and weekend
  • Study* short programme with partner universities with certification
  • Multi-discipline of Business, Innovation and Digital Technology
  • Company Visit every Semester
  • 100% English Programme
  • Outing Trip to Explore Thailand
  • Advantage of working with leading companies
  • Practical knowledge from industry’s experts
  • Research publication benefits for further studies
  • Multi-cultural environment

* require small fees

Study Plan of MIDB

Course No. Course Name Credits
STUDY PLAN OF MIDB
Pre-sessional / Pre-requisite (150-200 Hours)

(The programme director will inform the candidate if this is needed)

ENL 500 Professional Business English
IDB 501 Marketing Management
IDB 502 Financial Management
SEMESTER 1
IDB 601 International Business Management in Digital Era 3
IDB 602 Digital Technology for Business 3
IDB 603 Advanced Digital Marketing 3
IDB 604 Digital Entrepreneurial Finance 3
IDB 605 Design Thinking and Business Law in Digital Context 3
Total 15
SEMESTER 2
IDB 606 Research Methodology for Digital Business 3
IDB 607 Business Quantitative Analysis and Digital Business Statistics 3
IDB 651 Business Consultancy Project 3
xxx xxx Elective Course I 3
xxx xxx Elective Course II 3
Total 15
SUMMER TERM 1
IDB697 Comprehensive Exam 0
IDB698 Independent Study 6
Total 6
** Study Plan may change as appropriate **

COURSE DETAIL

AWARD

  • Master of Science
    (Management of Logistics)

CORE CONCEPTS

  • LOGISTICS CONCEPT & ADAPTATION
  • TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS
  • WAREHOUSE & INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • LOGISTICS EXPERTS SHARING

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or passed the Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

  • 91,000 Baht per semester,
  • 364,000 Baht (2 years degree)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 2 year

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • June (Summer),
  • August (1st Semester),
  • January (2nd Semester)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Logistics Entrepreneurs,
  • Logistics Executive,
  • Logistics Analysts,
  • Logistics Government Officer,
  • Logistics Consultant,

etc.

Details for Study Plan A

Logistics Study Plan A

Course No. Course Name Credits
YEAR 1 PLAN A
TERM 1
LSM600 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3
LSM602 Logistics and Transportation System Analysis 3
LAM608 Business Processes and Plan for Logistics 3
Total 9
TERM 2
LSM603 Warehouse and Inventory Management 3
LSM604 Transportation and Distribution Management 3
LSM605 Seminar on Management of Logistics 3
LSM606 Research Methodology 3
Total 12
YEAR 2 PLAN A
TERM 1
LSM xxx Elective1 3
LSM699 Thesis 3
Total 6
TERM 2
LSM699 Thesis 12
Total 12

Details for Study Plan B

Logistics Study Plan B

Course No. Course Name Credits
YEAR 1 PLAN B
TERM 1
LSM600 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3
LSM602 Logistics and Transportation System Analysis 3
LAM608 Business Processes and Plan for Logistics 3
Total 9 Credits
TERM 2
LSM603 Warehouse and Inventory Management 3
LSM604 Transportation and Distribution Management 3
LSM605 Seminar on Management of Logistics 3
LSM606 Research Methodology 3
Total 12 Credits
YEAR 2 PLAN B
TERM 1
LSM xxx Elective1 3
LSM xxx Elective2 3
LSM xxx Elective3 3
LSM697 Comprehensive Examinations 0
Total 9 Credits
TERM 2
LSM696 Independent Studies 6
Total 6 Credits

Tuition Fees

FACULTY

  • Suryadhep Teachers College and Rangsit English Language Institute (RELI)

DEGREE

  • Master of Education in Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching
    M.Ed. (Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching)

TOTAL CREDITS

  • 36 Credits

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 2 year

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

  • 270,200 Thai Baht (2 years degree) (The course fee is subject to change.)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or pass Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Teacher
  • Teacher Educator
  • Administrators
  • Tutor
  • Educator

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • August – December (1st Semester)
  • January – May (2nd Semester)

STUDY PLAN

Curriculum Structure
Plan A Type A2 Coursework and Thesis
Foundation Courses (No Credit)
Core Courses 12 Credits
Elective Courses 12 Credits
Thesis 12 Credits
Total 36 Credits
Plan B Coursework and Independent Study
Foundation Courses (No Credit)
Core Courses 12 Credits
Elective Courses 18 Credits
Independent Study 6 Credits
Total 36 Credits
COURSE
Foundation Course

ENG500 English for Graduate Studies
Development of listening and reading skills to conceptualize the main parts of complex technical and non-technical texts, skills in presenting viewpoints giving arguments and counter arguments both orally and in writing.
3(3-0-6)
Core Courses
BLE601 Foundation of Bilingual Education
History and development of bilingual education, theoretical frameworks anchoring the various types of bilingual education, bilingualism and biliteracy, current trends in bilingual education.
3(3-0-6)
BLE602 Foundation of English Language Studies
Basic concepts of the English language in terms of pronunciation, syntactic sentences lexical meanings; variety of language uses as affected by social factors and communication.
3(3-0-6)
BLE603 Methodology of Educational Research
Current research practices—quantitative, qualitative, mixed-methods as well as action research methodologies with a focus on second language instruction and bilingual education, research on language acquisition and teaching.
3(3-0-6)
BLE604 Second Language Learning Theories
Second language learning theories, first and second language acquisition, key concepts of learning theories, understanding of learner characteristics and diversity, social interaction, classroom practices in a professional context.
3(3-0-6)
Elective Courses
BLE605 Testing and Assessment in Bilingual and English Language Teaching
Concepts of testing and assessment with an emphasis on approaches relevant to bilingual and English language classrooms, a critical review of assessment methods, practices and related policy issues, authentic assessment.
3(2-2-5)
BLE606 Curriculum Design and Teaching Methods for Bilingual and English Teachers
Study of curriculum designs that promote learning outcomes relevant to 21st century learners, methods of teaching that focus on student-centred learning, training and hands-on experience of teaching in a bilingual and English classrooms, content and language integrated learning.
3(2-2-5)
BLE607 Technology in Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching
Study of the roles of information technology in bilingual and English language classrooms, concepts of blended learning, flipped learning and online courses, the use of the Internet and computer applications in teaching and learning languages, technology-based lesson design projects.
3(2-2-5)
BLE608 Intercultural Communication
Analysis of what language is and how it relates to the way people think and act; cases of intercultural communication, both linguistic and behavioural, which can lead to misunderstanding; difficulties in translation, how politeness and behavioural correctness differ across cultures, roles of language and culture in everyday life.
3(3-0-6)
BLE609 Globalisation of English Language
Key concepts and theories of global Englishes, World Englishes, English as a lingua franca, English as an international language, translanguaging, English language attitudes and English language education, native-speaker, non-native speakers, Englishes in English language teaching.
3(3-0-6)
BLE610 Seminar in Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching
Special issues in bilingual education including bilingual education and English language development, innovation in language learning, teacher development, different methods of measuring bilingualism and English language teaching as well as communicating in a diverse classroom.
3(2-2-5)
BLE611 Culture and Community in Bilingual Education
Relationships between schools, families and communities from various research perspectives roles of school and community in delivering culturally appropriate instruction and services to students from diverse backgrounds.
3(3-0-6)
BLE612 Selected Topics in Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching
Discussion of selected bilingual education and English language teaching topics related to students’ interests.
3(3-0-6)
BLE613 Teaching Practicum in Bilingual and English Language Schools
Teaching, planning and management of learning, observation of teaching and learning, designing lesson plans, constructing tests and assessment tools, learning results evaluation, reflection on teaching in teaching practicum in bilingual and English language schools.
3(2-2-5)
BLE614 Interculturality in International Education
Key concepts of interculturality, global citizenship, and international education, intercultural competence, acculturation, socialization, translanguaging, language and identity, multicultural identities.
3(3-0-6)
BLE615 Advanced Research Methodology in Bilingual Education and English Language Teaching
Study of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies in bilingual education and English language teaching, quantitative research design, qualitative research design, statistics and data analysis, data analysis and interpretation, practice of using statistical packages, writing qualitative report.
3(3-0-6)
BLE616 Teacher Education in the 21st Century
Key concepts of development in L2 and English teacher education, reflection and teacher development in the era of globalization, approaches to L2 and English teacher education curriculum, language teaching profession.
3(3-0-6)
Thesis
BLE699 Thesis
Research on the topics related to bilingual education and English language teaching, learning and teaching management, language acquisition, psychology in bilingual education, learner behaviours, measurement and evaluation in education under supervision of a thesis advisor.
12(0-36-18)
BLE670 Independent Study
Research studies in the areas of bilingual education and English language teaching, materials application and effective educational technology, learning and teaching in bilingual education and English language teaching.
6(0-18-9)
BLE671 Comprehensive Examination
Comprehensive exam, assessing overall knowledge, application, and synthesis in accordance with course structure. The grade assignment is S or U.
0(0-0-0)

AWARD

  • Master of Fine Arts (Design)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 2 year

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • June (Summer),
  • August (1st Semester),
  • January (2nd Semester)

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

  • 210,000 Thai Baht for two years. ( Approximately USD 5,900 )

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or CUTEP 40.

COURSE DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

  • The practice of design has evolved considerably over the last two decades. It was predominantly a craft-based, cultural- product centric profession, focussed on creating beautiful products. Today, the global landscape of design, business and technology has changed considerably, in addition to creating desirable products, designers worldwide are increasingly being called upon to solve complex problems facing our society. With Thailand becoming part of the AEC, the challenges are even more complex.
  • The Master of Fine Art program in Design aims to step up to these challenges by training students from diverse backgrounds in “design thinking”, which is a way of framing and understanding the given situation and invent new possibilities and solutions for the future. Students get trained in a unique multidisciplinary hands-on approach to help them hone their creativity, learn & practice the skills that help them succeed in many roles in a range of diverse fields including product and communication design, design research, design & business strategy.

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES

  • Master of Fine Art & Design intoduces you to many opportunuties in for the field of design which include;
  • Design Entrepreneur
  • Interior Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Product Designer
  • Furniture Designer.

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JOINT MASTER PROGRAMS

  • Full tuition fees start at 495,000 Baht.
  • Workshop 3 months for semester 1 in Thailand (RSU Tower Sukhumvit 31) + Studying 6-9 months Overseas.
  • Only 1-year study. to earn your Master’s Degree from a leading international university.
  • No need for educational background in the business field and work experience.
  • No IELTS Required
  • 60 Programs in business with 11 International partner universities.
  • To create your network in Thailand and overseas.
  • Saving money for living expenses during a workshop in Thailand.
  • Opportunity to do part-time work during the study overseas (students can work 20 hours per week and full-time working during vacations in The UK, New Zealand, and Australia).
  • Opportunity to continue to apply for the UK Graduate visa or the NZ Post-Study Work visa after completion of the course.
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