Doctoral of Philosophy Programme in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
Ph.D.Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science1.1Mon-Fri (Bangkok)3 Years

The primary goal of this programme is to develop both the advanced knowledge and researching skills in the area of anti-aging and regenerative medicine and medical science. The programme aims at optimising its students’ potential to conduct research in the fields of clinical anti-aging and regenerative medicine and anti-aging and regenerative medical science, both of which are related branches of medical science. Such potential is expected to offer a significant contribution to sustainable medical development of the country.

1. Knowledge, ability and potential to conduct high-quality clinical anti-aging and regenerative medicine and anti-aging and regenerative medical science research on a regular basis, which would make a significant contribution to the development of new bodies of knowledge of science or anti-aging and regenerative medicine in Thailand

2. Abidance by researchers’ ethics, which would ensure appropriate undertaking of research and collective benefits for the society;

3. Ability to promote and improve the quality of anti-aging and regenerative medicine research for the society and the country;

4. Adherence to integrity and moral principles in the process of applying their knowledge to their careers; and

5. Strong sense of accountability and the ability to work under pressure amidst cultural differences.

                      • Plan 1.1:
                        • 143,000 Baht per semester
                        • 858,000 Baht per programme

                      (Refer Doctor of Philosophy Program in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Science Year 2022)

                      • 1.1 = Dissertation only (not less than 48 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                      • 1.2 = Dissertation only (not less than 72 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)
                      • 2.1 = Course work (not less than 12 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 36 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                      • 2.2 = Course work (not less than 24 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 48 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)