ICO NIDA is accepting new student applications for 1) Master of Management and 2) Ph.D. in Management-commencing May-2016
Master of Management in (English/Chinese Program)
- International Business Management
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Entrepreneurship Management
- Policy and Management
- Nonprofit Management
- E-Business Management
- Human Capital Management
ICO NIDA courses require that non-native English speaking students have proficiency in reading, writing and speaking English. Any non-native English speaking applicant who has not received a university degree in a country where English is the native language, is required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or another equivalency test approved by ICO NIDA.
For those who are interested in upgrading their English proficiency, ICO NIDA provides a certificate program in foundational English Foundation for those students who would like to prepare themselves for graduate studies.
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Welcome to International College of National Institute of Development Administration (ICO NIDA).
When you are looking for a university to study for a high standard master degree and PhD, you want the best professors, the best curricula, and reasonable tuition fee. We, the International College of NIDA, provide you the best Thai professors and foreign professors from well-known universities all around the world. Definitely, to maintain our high standard, all of them earn doctorate degree in their fields of specialization. Besides, they are knowledgeable and experiences in both teaching and research.
All ICO NIDA curricula are up-to-date and career oriented. Of course they are approved by the Office of Higher Education Commission of Ministry of Education of Thailand.
ICO NIDA also offer dual degree and exchange programs to a number of accredited universities all over the world, for example Indiana University at Bloomington, USA, Rainemaine University of Applied Science, Germany, Weisbaden Business School, University of Innsbruck, and University of Economics Blatislava, Slovakia. We also have plan to extend more colloborations in the near future.
ICO NIDA tuition fee is very reasonable considering the best professors, the best curricula, and excellent facilities. NIDA library is also named the best living library in Thailand.
We have excellent facilities. Classroom, office, academic support mechanisms, student health clinic, sport center, fitness center, cafeteria, and peaceful green environment for graduate students.
Do you want to make a difference? Of course, you can do it with world class education at prestigious university with honorable history and excellent facilities. ICO NIDA can help you make a difference.
I wish you success in your education at ICO NIDA.
This is an interesting study of the relevant role of Thailand on international trade of food and agricultural products, which are in concordance with its successful national strategy positioned itself as the “Kitchen of the World”. To that end, and when looking at its agricultural promotion and export policies, the country has not yet taken into consideration issues related to environmental externalities with regard to plantation methods; the value gains are only counted from exports. For this study, the main purpose was to discharge a trade-off analysis among consumptive water, land, and fertilizer use together with economic values of main crops for exporting and consumption in the country. The findings provide a fresh inside on how to increase income from agricultural exports by exploiting several natural resources such as rubber crops. Moreover, more sustainable agricultural practices are needed to foster such as increased yields and decreased fertilizer and water use.
The results of this study leads to conclusions that the government should clearly accentuate on encouraging good farming practices for sustainable crop production as high productivity to increase the values of agricultural practices on selecting the right crop with low natural resources and high economic value.
Mangmeechai, A. (2014). Environmental externalities in relation to agricultural sector in Thailand with trade-linked analysis. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 16(5), 1031-1040.
The purpose of this paper is to gain knowledge between family wealth, positive outlook, and support from significant others, incorporating parents and friends, on self-efficacy and happiness. The partial least squared structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) has been used to analyze the impact of family wealth, social support, and positive outlook on self-efficacy and one’s own happiness. From the statistical results there are five pivotal points that can be drawn. Firstly, parents’ support is much more important than support from friends for individuals’ happiness. Secondly, those who receive more support from parents the level of self-efficacy is usually higher. Thirdly, individuals belonging to less wealthy families develop a stronger level of self-efficacy. Fourthly, in order to develop a higher level of self-efficacy parents’ support is truly important especially for individuals that are in less fortunate wealthy families than those who are in a wealthier family. Lastly, for individuals in a wealthier family the positive linkage within happiness and self-efficacy was clearly stronger than those in a less wealthy family.
In conclusion, the final outcomes expressed that the role of parents’ support is related to a high level of happiness and less for one’s self-efficacy and happiness support from friends as money is not the ultimate answer for happiness and self-efficacy as well. Moreover, less wealthy families enjoyed a higher level of self-efficacy due to receiving enough support from their parents.
“PARENTS OR PEERS, WEALTH OR WARMTH?: THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL SUPPORT, WEALTH, AND A POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON SELF-EFFICACY AND HAPPINESS”. Assistant Prof. Dr. Vesarach Aumeboonsuke
The role of nonprofit organizations (NPOs) in nations’ development has received little attention from scholars in developing countries. However, a growing body of experience indicates that NPOs play a positive role in that development (Clark, 1991). Their contributions to economic development include providing goods and services, especially meeting needs that have not thus far been met by either the government or the private sector. In helping the government achieve its development objectives, particularly through contribution of skills, NPOs have a comparative advantage that includes, for example, public information, education, and communication campaigns and provision of information about the circumstances and needs of particularly vulnerable groups. Moreover, NPOs help citizens voice their aspirations, concerns, and alternatives for consideration by policy makers, thereby giving substance to governments’ policies regarding freedom of association and speech. This study aims to explore the relationship between information and communication technology (ICT) adoption and the financial viability of nonprofits. The results reveal that ICT adoption (i.e., basic information technology infrastructure and use) has a positive impact on the nonprofit financial viability factor of donation and transfer funds. In addition, the extent of internet use and the presence of an organizational website positively influence the profit-making measurement indicator of return on assets (ROA). The research finding also suggests that NPOs’ managers should give significant consideration to investing in ICT to ensure that their organizations can maintain their financial viability so as to provide their services and make an impact on society.
Suntrayuth, S & Novak M., (2015). “Analysis of Information and Communication Technology Adoption on the Organizational Financial Viability: Nonprofit Organization Perspectives”, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp.17-34.
Foreign double-degree programs and exchange programs with collaborative partner universities are on offer to most ICO NIDA students. Any student interested in obtaining a double degree or/participating in an exchange program should contact ICO NIDA’s administrative office.
- Master of Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of Economics (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia)
- Master of Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of Money and Banking (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia)
- Master of Management (ICO NIDA) and MA in Media and Design Management (RheinMain University of Applied Science, Germany)
- Master of Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of International Business Management (MIBA) (RheinMain University of Applied Science, Germany)
- Master of Management in Policy and Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of Public Administration (Chinese Policy) in Southwest University, China)
- Master of Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of Business Administration (Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Germany)
- Master of Management in Public Policy Management (ICO NIDA) and Master of Public Administration (MPA) (Indiana University at Bloomington, USA)
To be a part of this program, students have to pay their tuition fees, university fees, and living expenses (including their housing), while at IU. A student can expect to spend around one and half years at this host university.
Exchange Program (Tuition waived at host institutes)
- Exchange program for Entrepreneurship Management majors with the University of Innsbruck, Austria. ICO NIDA students are exempted from paying both tuition fees and university fees at the host university, but they have to take care of their own living allowance and travel expenses. A student can expect to spend around one semester (3-4 months) at this host university
- Exchange program in Nonprofit Management with Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, USA
- Exchange program with the Faculty of National Economy at the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
- Exchange program with School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
For more information on our double degree and exchange programs, please contact our administrative office.