MSID—International Development in Thailand

MSID—International Development in Thailand — Snapshot

Program Details

Study international development in Thailand, the only southeast Asian country not colonized by European powers and a hub for manufacturing, agriculture, and tourism. You’ll also contribute through an internship or research project with a nonprofit organization while you are there. Explore the complexities created by issues such as the environment, globalization, sustainability, and social justice.

Location Chiang Mai, Thailand
Term Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Academic Year
Housing Homestay
Credit Type Resident Credit
Sponsor Learning Abroad Center

Program Eligibility

GPA 2.5
Student Type UofM Students, Non UofM Students
Student Year Juniors, Seniors
Language No language prerequisite

Program Handbook Program Orientation Visa Information

Deadline Extended

New application deadline: November 1st

I-UROP Scholarship

University of Minnesota students participating in a research project on this program may be eligible for the International Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (I-UROP) Scholarship

Cookies & Conversation with MSID Thailand Staff

Meet Mark Ritchie, Resident Director of the MSID Thailand program. Drop by to speak with him about the program, living in Thailand, or any other questions you might have.

Tuesday, October 17
4:30pm – 5:30pm
214 Heller Hall

Wednesday, October 18
10am – 11am
214 Heller Hall

Wednesday, October 18
3pm - 4pm
130 L Coffey Hall