Chiang Mai University is a great opportunity for students looking to complete their general education classes, anthropology, or an internship during a summer or semester in Thailand.
Students can take between 4 - classes for a total of 12 – 18 credits during a Fall or Spring semester.
Host University Website: Please see the Course Schedules to view the most up to date course offerings, availability, and course descriptions.
Course Equivalencies: Many courses available at CMU have already been evaluated for ISU credit. Please see the Course Equivalency guide for more information.
Grade Conversion and Credit Transfer: Grading and credit conversions for the this university have already been evaluated for ISU credit. Please see the Academics page for a guide to Grade Conversions and Credit Transfers.
Located in Chiang Mai, the city located on the Ping River in Northern Thailand and dates back over 700 years.
The program is located at Chiang Mai University (CMU), a university recognized throughout Southeast Asia for its high academic standards.
Free electric campus shuttles are available for student use and the neighborhood hosts numerous coffee shops, cafes, stores, banks, and post offices conveniently near campus
Students will live in a double-occupancy apartment with another international student.
For additional housing information, see the host university's website for Accommodations
Official program dates are listed on each semester’s Estimated Budget.
To see how this program compares, view the Illinois State budget.
Participants of this program may be eligible for a scholarship:
Visit the scholarship page for additional funding opportunities.