Thailand is a country of scenic diversity and ancient traditions, of tranquil temples and modern urban excitement. With an independent history going back more than seven centuries, it has managed to absorb a variety of cultural influences and blend them into something uniquely and memorably Thai.
Each of its four major regions offers a distinctive experience for the traveler in search of discovery. Misty mountains in the north shelter verdant valleys and exotic hill tribes, while in centers like Chiang Mai traditional customs and crafts have been preserved over generations. Along the picturesque coastlines of the east and south lie some of the world's most beautiful beaches and off-shore islands, each with its own beauty. Scattered over the northeastern plateau are superb khamer monuments from the time of Angkor Wat and natural parks teeming with wildlife. The Central Region boasts the evocative ruins of ancient Thai capitals and bustling Bangkok with its dynamic and countless pleasures.
Students are expected to take at least one 3-credit language course, if English is not the first language of the country they are visiting.
Marymount University students can participate in the following programs in Thailand:
CIEE – Development and Globalization