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PSUIC Annual Report

Prince of Songkla University International College

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PSUIC 2017 | Produced and Design by Prince of Songkla University International College


2016 - 2017 2016-2017

PSUIC Annual Report

Prince of Songkla University International College

EDITORIAL TEAM _________________ Asst. Prof. Dr. Wiphada Wettayaprasit Jaiake Ritthipruek Dimitrije Curcic Omeleila Salarvand Cherdchun Plianpho Saraporn Kanjanakaew Asst. Prof. Dr. Prawat Wettayaprasit

DESIGNED BY ____________ Tanet Kosittaphol


MESSAGE G

FROM DIRECTOR

reeting to all. Prince of Songkla University International College (PSUIC) is very proud for our second batch students. The showcases of their works are excellent with the concern for the community and society such as the story of the deep south culture of Thailand and how to treat the beggar. The Virtual Reality (VR) student showcases also joined the international conference at the Multimedia University in Malaysia. This year our school conducted “The Learning Wizard Exhibition” at Hat Yai Central Festival Shopping Center. We invited the number one illustrator of the world Mr. Surachai Puthikulangkura to be our guest speaker for the Tech Talk event to give the inspiration for our PSUIC students. Thailand 4.0 is the main national privilege for moving up Thailand from the middle-income trap. The digital economy and creative economy are the two goals involving directly to Digital Media Pogram at PSUIC. To support knowledge-based economy, creative thinking and innovation are very important. Prince of Songkla University International College strategies are as follows:

1. To support Digital Media Program to produce

professionals for the international digital media industry,

After 5 years, PSUIC has revised the new Digital Media curriculum to fit into the new era and prepares the students for the next generation. The new curriculum supports more creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship business mind, and active learning. The project-based learning is the key success factor for our PSUIC students in all subjects, internship, and cooperative education. PSUIC will fully support the region and the nation to produce the new graduated students with the high performance in English language skill, creativity, professional digital media, and a good deed person to be ready for the real world.

2. To produce research outputs and creative innovations, 3. To offer academic services and to develop student’s experiences for real work environment, and

4. To culturally integrate PSU into the international society.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Wiphada Wettayaprasit

PSUIC Director


CONTENT PSUIC

01 01

Vision and mission

STAFF

03 03

Our staff at PSUIC

ACADEMIC WORK PSUIC academics

ACTIVITIES PSUIC events

09 09

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INTERNATIONALIZATION Explore and develop internationalization

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PUBLIC RELATIONS Promotional events and activities

RESEARCH

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51 51

The overall result of PSUIC’s research performance

FINANCIAL SUMMARY Budget and expenditure in 2016

53 53


VISION M “To become one of the top three International College in Thailand”

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To provide International Programs that meet the needs of businesses and industries nationally and globally.

To provide International General Education for international programs.

S upporting and promoteting Research in related Digital Media.

N MISSION Professionalism Social Responsibility Unity

“Our Soul is for the Benefit of Mankind� Internalization Creativity PSUIC | Annual Report 2017

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EXECUTIVES EXECUTIVES Asst. Prof. Dr. Wiphada Wettayaprasit Director

Aj. Jaiake Ritthipruek Vice Director for International Affairs and Public Relations

Best teaching award 2017

Dr. Athitaya Nitchot Vice Director for Academics

Most adoable teacher award 2017

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STAFF Dr. Tanate Panrat Lecturer

Aj. Pailin Thawornwijit Lecturer

Aj. Omeleila Salarvand Lecturer

DM 2017

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STAFF Aj. Teerasak Phoovijit Lecturer

Aj. Teema Muekthong Lecturer

Aj. Dimitrije Curcic Lecturer

Aj. Reza Moosavi Lecturer

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STAFF GALLERY

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STAFF Cherdchun Plianpho Policy and Planning | Quality Assurance | Public Relations

Kanokrat Chaiyawong

HR Officer Curriculum and GE Coordinator

Visa Panbut

Purchasing | Student Activities | Student Recruitment

Sanit Kaewsatian Information Technology

DM 2017

EDUCATORS

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Daorat Phoonsrirat Curriculum and DM Coordinator Cooperative Education Coordinator Secretary of Vice Director for Academics

Saraporn Kanjanakaew Public Relations Academic services GE Coordinator

Phitchayapha Engchuan Public Relations Academic services GE Coordinator Secretary of PSUIC Vice Director for International Affairs and Public Relations

Jutaporn Duangchan Accounting | Secretary of PSUIC Research Fund

Budsarin Saechua Student Activities | International Affairs | Secretary of PSUIC Director

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ACADEMIC ACADEMIC WORK WORK

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STUDENT AWARDS

Congratulations to Mr. Rujipas Kansuwan, Mr. Inthad Yuvajita and Miss Petchpailin Nin-Udomsak who created game-based application for storing and analyzing play behaviors and ethics (Skull servant). This team has been selected to be a southern region representation (Entertainment) and a prize valued 10,000 baht in NSC 2017. This event was organized by NECTEC.

In

addition, ‘Thailand runner’ by Mr. Jakkaphat Parattajariya, Mr. Nattaphat Wongrueagmat and Miss Petchpailin Nin-Udomsak received 2nd Prize under Southern region (Entertainment) award and a prize valued 10,000 baht in NSC 2017. This event was organized by NECTEC.

Moreover, in DigiCon6 Contest, an animation named “Fri(end)” produced by “ PSUIC Young Blood ” team has been selected by Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings (TBS Television) to be a Thailand representative in Audience Choice Award field and only one out of 10 entries from 10 different regions in Asia will be chosen for DigiCon6 ASIA Audience Choice Award.

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his year PSUIC conduct the exhibition in cooperation with two faculties, faculty of engineering (computer engineering) and faculty of science (computer science). The name of the exhibition is เรียนมาทำ�เซียน 4.0 and it was took place between 22nd – 23rd May 2017. The name of the exhibition refers to students’ competencies after having studied and become more experienced. The number 4.0 comes from the phrase ‘Thailand 4.0’ which is the recent Thai government policy. Our faculty was responsible for contributing to the advertising of the campaign this included logos, themes designs, posters and video presentations.

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2017

THESIS EXHIBITION | 22-23 MAY | Hatyai Hall | 5th Floor Central Festival Hatyai

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EXHIBITION BOOTHS There are 70 booths exhibiting in this event under 6 categories as follows: - Art / Entertainment / Games - Tourism - Health and Aging Society - Security - Education / Digital Knowledge base - Utilities and Services Mr. Surachai Puuter-hikulangkura the number one CGI (computer-generated imagery) There are 25 booths from our faculties within various categories. artist in the world

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Assistant Professor. Kamron Pitak Start up with country development

Luckily we got an honorable speaker named is Mr. Surachai Puuter-hikulangkura. He is the founder of Illusion and the number one CGI (computer-generated imagery) artist in the world. He gave us a talk on the topic of ‘เขย่งก้าวกระโดด’. Its main contents described his own story and working experiences since he started being a CGI artist. He gave us many life philosophies and took away messages. However, there were other speakers as well for example, Assistant Professor. Kamron Pitak who made a speech on the topic of ‘Start up with country development’, Mr. Tammanoon Kawinfeungfookul lectured on the topic of ‘Silicon Valley Way’ and Mr. Warit Intma discussed ‘How to Develop an Innovation’. “The event was successfully conducted and the students could exhibit their works to the visitors and local industries. In the future, we hope to conduct this event again.”

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COOPERATIV

This is the second year that our faculty has run the Cooperative Education Program. This program allows students to enhance their knowledge within the classroom and to adopt them in real working experiences within Digital Media industries. The works assigned to students are project based. In the past year, our Coop team conducted many events and activities. During August to November 2016, our second batch joined the Cooperative Education Program and 25 students went to different companies within the Digital Media field. Their job responsibilities are as follows: animator, graphic designer, motion graphic designer, character designer, game designer, game developer, frontend and backend developer. The locations of companies varied, from Bangkok to Songkhla and Phuket. Most students joined companies in Bangkok such as, Bunker CG Post, Yggdrazil, The Monk studio, BrandBaker, Debuzz, NSTDA, NECTEC, Infographic Thailand and others. Our Coop team went for company visits during the program. We got lots of feedback for improving our curriculum and learning courses.

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Not only is there Cooperative Education Program, but also there is an internship program for the remaining students. They can join this program by working in related industries. The job can be varied as a photographer, a media creator or an advertising media creator and so on. The Coop presentations were conducted on 9 th Januar y 2017. There are scholarships provided to students. This year, the students have produce many good works such as Miss. Kotchawan Praditukrit who trained under the job position ‘3D modeler’. She produced many 3D models such as a fox girl character, Eevee model, and a sword model. Mr. Napat Krainara worked under a job position as a ‘web programmer’. He was involved in U-Nai application project and developed an Application Program Interface (API) for this project which included designing the frontend parts. Miss. Nuttanicha Chorpunkul worked as a motion graphic designer and she also contributed to many motion graphic works with the content of: tricks for taking beautiful photos with smartphones, disparities in education, how to survive when the car sinks and how to use an antibiotic in the right way. In additional, Miss. Sataporn Archawanuntagul worked as a computer graphic artist who involved in many advertising projects as on example; Sunsilk, Bar B Q Plaza, i-mobile and Darlie.


V E EDUCATION

During August to November 2016, there were some workshops provided for the current 3rd year students. This aimed to prepare our students before joining the Cooperative Education Program. The workshops included help to understand the Cooperative Education Program, working manners, company selections, portfolios and showreels and interview preparation. Miss. Daorat (or P’Ya) who is a coordinator under this program, has developed a website to give all information about our Cooperative Education Program and Internship Program. The website can be accessed via: http://psgdaorat. wixsite.com/psuic-coop-ed. This year, we have also conducted outside workshops which took place at Tempo Café. We got two speakers from local companies and students learnt the process of thinking and how to fill the gaps within local Digital

This is the first year that we have joined Cooperative Education competition within Hatyai Campus. There were two students joined this competition. The first student, Miss. Nuttanicha Chorpunkul who joined the Cooperative Education at Infographic Thailand and she presented her works which included motion graphic videos shared via a Facebook page and the graphic works shown on the website. The second student, Mr. Napat Krainara who joined the Cooperative Education at NECTEC and he developed the Application Program Interface (API) for U-Nai application. This application is developed for tracking children and their school buses’ numbers.

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STUDENT

SHOWCA ADVANCED P Dr. Athitaya Nitchot

This course emphasizes the advanced fundamentals of computer programming through hands-on lab projects. After this course, students will be able to translate problem specifications into the design and implementation of substantial visual C# programs and will be able to apply their knowledge of user defined data types, method, parameters and encapsulation to their problems. In addition to this, the students will be able to understand Object-Oriented Programming, Operations under Database Management and implement them through Windows Forms Applications.

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This course was taught to students in semester two and students performed very well in final projects in order to produce different types of applications (could be game and desktop applications). In addition to this, they also extended their knowledge in graphic design in order to include the design items within the tools in Window form application. The tools can be buttons, logos, labels, timers and background images. This year, some students extended and designed their application to be a mobile-based as well.


CASE ROGRMM I NG For the mobile-based applications, there is one work developed by Mr. Pacharapol Jirasukprasert. This application’s name is Hokkaido tour guide and it provides the information about hotels, restaurants, different visited places and weather in Hokkaido. The second application is desktop-based and developed by Miss. Atika Dwi Hanun Amalia. This application’s name is Survive in Thailand and it provides the learning of Thai vocabularies.

The third application is developed by Mr. Suppachok Yinngamcharoensuk. This application is game based and called God’s fingers and the players will have fun by pressing finger designs in order to earn points and increase their levels.

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STUDENT

SHOWCASE

LIGHT &

PHOTOGRAPHY Aj. Songvut Kositarut

Mr.Tin Rattanapongsen

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Miss Kuriga Pipatpongsatorn

Mr. Pongsakorn Rukkachatsuwan

Mr. Natlada Suttipalo

Miss Wiramon Ruksee

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STUDENT

SHOWCASE

DIGITAL ART &

PHOTOGRAPHY Aj. Songvut Kositarut

Miss Onnicha Laosuwan

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Mr. Annop Limwarakorn

Miss Salintip Onruang

MOTION GRAPHIC DESIGN Aj. Sittichai Lertthititrakul

Mr. Nattaphat Wongrueagmat

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STUDENT

SHOWCASE Aj. Surakarn Dougapinun / Aj. Teerasak Phoovijit

SHADING LIGHTIN

Miss Chanaporn Lukkanatinnaporn

Mr. Chayuth Areewattana

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Miss Kulaya Aekuru


TING & RENDERING

Mr. Sirawit Laoviriyakul

Mr. Tossapol Tong-on

Mr. Kanoktat Maiprom

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STUDENT

SHOWCASE Aj. Taweesuk Wiriyawaranon

ECO

CONSCIOUS DESIGN

Justice Rescue Company Project

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Miss Weeraya Lookhanumanjao

Miss Titimon Nimanon

PRINCIPLES

OF ART

Aj. Pailin Thawornwijit

This course helps students to understand the fundamentals of art and how to applying them in design careers.

It

also aims to give knowledge and understanding about principles of art and design elements to students. The course will give both lectures and workshops to the students. The first part of the class aims to give information about art and design theories which are used in the art world. After that the student will have a chance to design their own art works based on art principles.

In class, students can experiment and develop their own ideas through their artworks and present them to others. In addition, some lessons will give them a change to find ideas outside the class room and do a group work for brainstorming.

In final projects, students will gain many experiences to spend their own time to develop the concept and experiment with materials. Also, students can produce artworks based on design theories and principles of art which they had learned in class through out their own work.

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Miss Atika Dwi Hanun Amelia

STUDENT

SHOWCASE M

odern Responsive Web Design is the technological solution that any user on any device such as desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone will experience the most consistent internet surfing. It’s also a great way to refine the content on your site and make sure that those who are using a mobile device are only seeing the essential information. Google accounts for over 5.7 billion searches conducted on the web daily and with the Google algorithm update, a responsive web design increases visibility on search engines because it is mobile friendly. A site with an effective mobile experience will show up on search results effectively according to the needs and nature of the organic search results. In Modern Responsive Web Design course, a student is trained with a series of profoundly designed lessons, laboratory exercises and assigned projects to learn different professional skills of creating the most exciting and advanced websites and applications for the latest and future inquiries of various industries. PSUIC team of digital media lecturers is performing a remarkable attempt to provide the best possible teaching materials customized for their students in order to help them with an enjoyable learning process as well as inspiring them to make the most value out of interesting student’s talent. At PSUIC world of digital media, we teach the students the most recent and innovative technologies used by upper stream digital world industries around the world. The high-end knowledge of digital media is outsourced and interpreted for our local industries and usage. Many inspiring entrepreneurs and digital media figures around the world such as Jack Ma the Chinese founder of Alibaba or Omid Pieryar the Iranian founder of eBay, have made their first step into their own industry based on resources such as the internet and digital media. Mr. Hanif Iqbal

MODERN

RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN Aj. Reza Moosavi

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DRAWING FOR

ANIMATION

Aj. Dimitrije Curcic

The industry’s contributions towards the animated story telling show the link among animation, film, comic books, and video games. Those facts delve into the importance of animation and its cross-medium contributions to many of the things that are now taken for granted.

As

an art form, animation should be treated as though on the same level as other artistic categories such as Film and Paintings in terms of creativity, and in fact, it is a combination of the two. However, animation has had various uses over the past as it reached various nations with many different cultural practices and societies. Used by professionals from various fields, this form of art should not be restricted to a skill set, but used as a medium of expression or communication. Therefore, animation found its purpose in a variety of industries away from the big screen or consoles such as Education, Architecture, Engineering, Forensic, and Medicine. In education, animation can be viewed as a technique of visualization. As a simulated motion picture depicting the movement of drawn objects, using of animation has been strongly encouraged as an innovative and student-centered alternative to the traditional learning approaches in many countries.

The future of animation lies in the ability of creatives to continue to dream and explore new possibilities. Each year we have new tools and techniques that allow us to create things quicker and easier than the year before, and the only real limitation is one’s imagination. However, it is essential for visual designers (before starting any project) to understand inter-connections among the cultural dimensions which comprise a community as a changing set of relationships, attitudes, and behavior of its members. In contrast with pure sociologist, a visual designer has applied sociology that seeks to make changes in society or its institutions through audio-visual engagements. It is his or her responsibility to learn something about society and social phenomena rather than to dabble in changing something he/she knows nothing about.

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ACTIVITIES

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28 September 2016

STUDENT GRADUATES

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STUDENT

ORIENTATION AND PARENT MEETING 11 August 2016

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TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY 25 August 2016

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2016 MR & MISS PSUIC

1 September 2016

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2016

ASEAN NIGHT 6 September 2016

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PSUIC SPORT 22 January 2017

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PSUIC

ANNUAL MERIT MAKING CERAMONY 26 January 2017

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VALENTINE DAY 14 February 2017

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SONGKRAN DAY 12 April 2017

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2017 BYENIOR 19 May 2017

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INTERNATIONAL EVENT

2017

IMMAFEST 11-12 July 2017

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INTERNATIONA INTERNATIONA EXCHANGE

STUDENTS INBOUND T

STUDENTS SEMESTER 1 (AUG-DEC 2016)

he extremely enrichment and experience for student exchange program at Prince of Songkla University International College, Hat Yai has been great and gave me the knowledge of different styles in Education, understand other people from different countries, their traditions and cultures. These experiences make me a new living style with incredible outlooks, customs and activities. This is the opportunity to improve myself with an ability to adapt to diverse situations.

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NALIZATION NALIZATION

“Exchange Students is the opportunity to improve myself with an ability to adapt to diverse situations.”

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SEMESTER 2 (JAN-MAY 2017)

BRUNEI C

hoosing PSUIC is a great place to learn Digital Media, especially for those who love photography, animation and video editing. We have studied for five months and mostly we have gone through a lot of fun and we enjoyed finishing the assignments. The nature of students on the course has also been a major plus both in terms of making new friends from different countries and cultures to actually helping understanding modules. We feel extremely lucky to be in an environment that allows us to gain experience and skills on what interests me the most, so in all our time here we have never felt bored. Mr. Khaza bin Ishak One of Stundent from Brunei

BE LOCAL THIN GOBAL

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SEMESTER 2 (JAN-MAY 2017)

INDONESIA T

One part of works from exchange stundent 2016-2017

INK

he past 5 months were a wonderful experience that we longed for as exchange students. Going and living abroad for a period of time away from our country, our people, our culture, our language, and our food is a challenge that may not occur twice in our lives. Moreover, we could not get more than enough when Prince of Songkla University International College (PSUIC) gives us such a big opportunity to learn and study with such enormous facilities in Hat Yai, Thailand. Thailand itself is such a beautiful country and a very good place to live in. Since Thailand and Indonesia both are in the Southeast Asia, thankfully, we have similar climate that we do not need to struggle with. Additionally, Hat Yai is a place that we had never heard of, so to know other places outside of Bangkok, the famous city of Thailand, we can say that we were very excited. After 5 months, of living in Hat Yai, are have found it a very comfortable and friendly city. People are very kind to us and welcome us, even though there is a language barrier between us that sometimes can be very difficult. Prince of Songkla University amazed us with its size and all the facilities it has. Lies in the city of Hat Yai, the area near Prince of Songkla University gives us the vibes of “City of Students” where we can find many students roams around with their uniform, cafes, internet café, night market, and photocopy shop with a very reasonable price. As the representatives from the university and the country, we feel grateful and glad to face the chances and the responsibilities given ahead of us. Throughout the exchange student program in PSUIC, we believe that every class that we went to gave us the knowledge that we might not gain in our country. It also encourages us to achieve more, since we will not get enough if we only rely on our class. Digital Media Program in PSUIC taught us to channel our hobby into something that will be useful and benefit ourselves in the future, as well as others. Overall, the exchange student program has made us to discover other perspectives of the world and broaden our awareness. We are happily finishing our term here in Thailand and preparing to be ready to inspire other youngsters in our country to challenge them to be out of their comfort zone!

It is not the end, it is just a new beginning.

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PUBLIC PUBL RELATIONS RELATI

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PSUIC 2018/2561 Admission Channels

PSUIC

opens admission channels to recruit students, both Thais and foreigners, who are interested in studying in the field of Digital Media. For 2018 academic year, the recruitment period has been changed to be in total of 5 channels with different criteria and requirements of which are processed by PSUIC, the university and through Central University Admission System

PSUIC accepts and processes admission applications through channels below. The application requirements and the due date are different for each channel. The admission staff are also available to assist with questions regarding the application process.

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1/1

1 October – 30 November, 2017

Outstanding Academic Achievement

th, Math-Art - Thai Matayom 6 in Sci-Ma 3.0 - GPAX 4 semesters above 3.0 ove ab - English group

Good Moral - Thai Matayom 6 in Sci-Math, Math-Art - GPAX 5 semesters above 2.5 - Math & English group above 2.5

5

35

(Number of Students)

(Number of Students)

PSUIC Direct Admission

(offering 7 scholarships : 1 full amount of tuition fee, 2 half amount of tuition fee and 4 for 25% of tuition fee)

- Thai Matayom 6 (Sci-Math, Math-Art, Art-Languages) or - Completed Matayom 6 (Sci-Math, Math-Art, Art-Languages) or equivalent degree in International school system in Thailand - GPAX 5 semesters or 6 semesters above 2.5 and English group above 2.5

Sports Performance - Thai Matayom 6 in Sci-Math, Math-Art - GPAX 5 semesters above 2.5 - Math & English group above 2.5

5

(Number of Students)

7

(Number of Students)

55 CHANNELS CHANNELS CHANNEL 2 QUOTA

CHANNEL 3 NATIONAL ADMISSION

CHANNEL 4 ADMISSION

9 – 22 May 2018

6 – 10 June 2018

Provinces 14 Southern

uivalent yom 6 or eq - Thai Mata y the b e (mad - English test % 5 2 ve o b university) a

GAT/PAT + 9 Subjects - Thai Matayom 6 (Sci-Math, Math-Art) - English test (from 9 subjects) above 25%

60 udents)

St (Number of

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(Number of Students)

Central Admission s - Thai Matayom 6 or equivalent degr ee - English (O-NET 25 %)

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(Number of Stude nts)


22 December 2017 – 28 February 2018

CHANNEL 1 PORTFOLIO English Proficiency - Thai Matayom 6 or - International students with grade 12 or - equivalent degree - English language test result as follows: * IELTS ≥4.5 or * TOEFL: - Paper–based ≥470, - Computer–based ≥150, - Internet–based ≥50 or * TOEIC ≥450

ission PSUIC Direct Adm

1/2

t, (Sci-Math, Math-Ar - Thai Matayom 6 or Art-Languages) i-Math, ed Matayom 6 (Sc let mp - Co or ) es ag gu an t-L Math-Art, Ar ational ern Int in ee gr de equivalent ailand school system in Th semesters 6 or rs ste - GPAX 5 seme 2.5 glish group above above 2.5 and En

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tional Create Interna Atmosphere

nts) (Number of Stude

l

6 or Internationa - Thai Matayom ade 12 or th students wi Gr ee, who have equivalent degr or GED in passed IGCSE, IB road ab or Thailand

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ents) (Number of Stud

10

(Number of Students)

FOR 2018 ACADEMIC YEAR

PRINCE OF SONGKLA UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE

CHANNEL 5 FINAL ROUND within July 2018

PSUIC Direct Admission , Math-Art, - Thai Matayom 6 (Sci-Math or ) ges gua Lan Art(Sci-Math, - Completed Matayom 6 ) or ges gua Math-Art, Art-Lan tional rna Inte in ree equivalent deg d ilan Tha in tem sys ool sch esters - GPAX 5 semesters or 6 sem ove 2.5 ab up gro lish above 2.5 and Eng

5

(Number of Students)

English Proficiency

- Thai Matayom 6 or - International students with gra de 12 or - equivalent degree - English language test result as follows: * IELTS ≥4.5 or * TOEFL: - Paper–based ≥470, - Computer–based ≥150, - Internet–based ≥50 or * TOEIC ≥450

Create International Atmosphere - Thai Matayom 6 or International students with Grade 12 or equivalent degree, who have passed IGCSE, IB or GED in Thailand or abroad

5

(Number of Students)

5

(Number of Students)

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International and National

ROADSHOW PSUIC IN BAHRAIN 21-23 March 2017

THE 20th SOUTHEN THAILAND HIGHER EDUCATION EXHIBITION 17-18 August 2016

BLOOMSBURY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL HAIYAI 9 September 2016

INTERVIEW WITH PSU FM 88.0 MHz 3 October 2016

SCHOOL VISIT IN SONGKHLA 23 January - 3 February 2017

STUDENT ADVISORS MEETING 15 May 2017

5 SOUTHEN PROVINCES ROADSHOW 3-7 July 2017

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DM CAMP#4 21-23 October 2017

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RESEARCH

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Proceeding

Proceeding

n Identifying Game Desig ent pm Factors for The Develo l Games of Educational a Digita

Monitoring, Teaching and Learning using Knowledge Maps and Structures (MyTeLeMap)

Proceeding

wat Jittrapol Intarasirisa

Digitized and Visualized Knowledge Structures in Recommending Associated Web Links

Dr. Athitaya Nitchot

Dr. Athitaya Nitchot

RESEARCH PERFORMANCE Research Fund Representing Knowledge Structures and Adaptively Recommending Learning Material Dr. Athitaya Nitchot Source of Fund

The Thailand Research Fund (2nd year)

Amount

291,500 Baht

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25% Salary and welfare 4,819,300 THB

Salary and welfare 4,819,300

19% Equipment 3,504,100 THB

Equipment 3,504,100

15% Scholarship and outstanding students 2,781,000 THB

13% Research Fund 2,427,500 THB

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FINANCIAL FINANCIAL SUMMARY SUMMARY In

2016, PSUIC has a total undergraduate enrollment of 169 and pushes students forward on professional digital media. The main investment of 3.5 million baht of expenditures was for equipment. In order to create the sustainable Digital Media curriculum, PSUIC provided expenditures of 1.0 million baht for guest lecturers and 2.4 million baht for research funds. Also, 2.7 million baht was granted for the scholarships for outstanding students, and 1.3 million baht was for student activities.

12% Office Operations 2,186,800 THB

7% Student Activities 1,315,100 THB

6% Guest Lectures 1,062,600 THB

3% Marketing and Roadshow 605,500 THB

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