Student Housing


Health and leisure


Dress Code Guidelines


Dormitories inside or near campus are available.

Chulalongkorn University


Partnership Dormitories
nearby: CU iHOUSE

Chulalongkorn University International House (CU iHOUSE) is a 26-storey residence, 7-min driving distance from Faculty of Medicine campus for international students and lecturers. Rooms come fully furnished with air conditioning, modern conveniences, 24-hour security and safety systems. The residence is included in the university’s shuttle bus services. 

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Dormitories in Faculty of Medicine
Chulalongkorn University

Dormitories in the Faculty of Medicine are about to renovate. Not available for CU-MEDi students in this academic year..

Woman’s Dormitory

Man’s Dormitory

Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital Campus

This seaside campus provides a cozy in-campus dormitory without charge. Rooms are fully furnished with air conditioning and free WIFI.



 24/7 coffee shop


 Meeting Spot


 Computer Station

   24/7 coffee shop
   Meeting Spot
   Computer Station

Our Faculty of Medicine library

is an ideal place for studying and a popular meeting spot. Each floor consists of computer stations and smallgroup facilities. Twenty-four hours coffee shop serves us every day to enhance our learning capacity.


At Chulalongkorn Campus

At Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital campus


Office of Student Affair and The Student Union of the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University ( have plenty of activities year-round. Not only knowledge but also human skills are important for being a doctor. Students in all programs are welcome to join, have fun and learn from these experiences.

CU-MEDi Dress Code Guidelines

       Students are expected to dress professionally and conservatively. Business casual attire is appropriate for almost all situations. Following guidelines are applicable any time students are in Chulalongkorn University Campus, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, and Queen Savang Vadhana Hospital…Read more


Have you ever imagined being your own personal doctor and managing your own health sitting in front of a TV at home? Testing that once seemed risky out of the hands of medical professionals is now more than ever a touchable reality. The advancement of handheld technology has brought an explosion of personal health gadgets such as smart watches that can monitor heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, and calories burned. High-speed internet advances have allowed for the efficient use of mobile phone applications, online consultant services, telemedicine, and even AI therapists. Some laboratory tests can even be ordered from home at the click of the button, with tool kits delivered and results available quickly online. 

Future prospects of healthcare are moving from being doctor-centered to the patient viewpoint. Disease treatments will also expand to lifestyle remedies and coaching and extend out from visits to the hospital to a 24/7 online service. We might see more data doctors, where personal information of patients is streamed through an online platform and managed by professionals behind screens in ‘Care Hubs.’ After analysis of the person’s health data, they can provide individualized consult to each person, and recommend fitness programs that utilize entertainment and games to increase compliance. Personal devices will have bio-sensors to detect critical vital signs like irregular heartbeats and will be able to immediately send alerts to their doctors for any signs of life threatening conditions. Healthcare will be accessible where ever as internet connectivity becomes more and more ubiquitous.