Affordable housing is widely available both off and on campus, including shared housing, private flats or condos, and boarding houses. Mahidol University has several dormitories for local and international staff and students. Moreover, affordable off campus housing is also widely available near all campuses. In general, average monthly rent is about 5,000 – 6,000 THB for a 20-30 square meters furnished single room with air conditioning, bathroom and perhaps a balcony. Many apartments require an advance deposit of one or two months’ rent and utility bills are extra. Most apartments will add a surcharge to the basic electricity bill. Avoid places that charge excessive surcharges, as the electricity bill can be very high if the air conditioning is used often.
Salaya campus is the location more than 30 Offices/Centers/Faculties/Colleges. Thus, it hosts diverse student activities. Since commuting on campus is very high, the university plans to develop and improve the road system as well as public transportation system for the students and personnel. The transportation should be effective, unique, and appropriate for the surroundings. With these reasons, the university plans on-campus trolleys that will service inside the Salaya campus. A total of 16 trolleys is available, and is divided into 4 routes:
MU Home – Dorm9 – Faculty of Science 3 – Faculty of Science 1 – Mahidol Court – Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Mahidol International College – Office of the President – Faculty of Engineering – Faculty of Informations and Communitcation Technology – Mahidol University Library and Knowledge Center – Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies – Institute of Nutrition – College of Sports Science and Technology – Sport Building – MU Home
MU Home – Parking 5 – MU Lake – Parking 4 – Faculty of Veterinary Science – National Institute for Child and Family Development – Condominiums – sport fleld – Parking 1 – Faculty of Liberal Arts – Faculty of Physical Therapy – Ramathibodi School of Nursing – Faculty of Medical Technology – Institute for Population and Social Research – Institute of Molecular Biosciences – Gate 3- Office of the President – ASEAN Institute for Health Development – Thai House – Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia – Parking 2 – Siri Rukhachati Nature Park – MU Home
MU Home – Dorm9 – Faculty of Science 3 – artists’ house – College of Music – Parking 2 Faculty of Science1 – Mahidol Court-Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Mahidol International College – Office of the President – Faculty of Engineering – Institute for Population and Social Research – Organic Farm – Faculty of Medical Technology – Ramathibodi School of Nursing – Ramathibodi Dorm – Condominiums – National Institute for Child and Family Development – College of Religious Studies – Petanque Field – Sport Building – MU Home
Mahidol Learning Center – Faculty of Science 3 – artists’ house – College of Music – Parking 2 – Faculty of Science1 – Mahidol Court – Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Mahidol International College – Office of the President – ASEAN Institute for Health Development – Thai House – Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia – Parking 2 – Mahidol Learning Center
The safety and well-being of our students is our top priority. Our professional safety services units are dedicated to your welfare, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide security across all of the University’s campus areas. We are the first point of contact, providing advice, liaison and assistance in the following areas:
- Minimise, prevent and detect crime and its effect on campus
- Provide a 24 hour high visibility patrols to all areas of the campus
- Monitor CCTV cameras
- Provide an immediate response in the event of an emergency or other incidents
- Work very closely with academic staff, students and others which include the residential pastoral staff, police and other emergency services
- Mobile Phone Application : Salaya Bla Bla (Android and IOS)
- Call us on 0-2441-4400 for 24 hours.
- Security Office at Multipurpose sports arena (opposite College of Sport Science and Technology)
Cycling is encouraged as a means for people to commute around campus and in support of the university’s policy to improve the quality of life of its staff and students’. Therefore, bicycles are provided to rent free of charge.