International Campus Founded: 1999
Affiliation: Asia-Pacific International University is an educational institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Central Campus - Muak Lek
The Central Muak Lek campus of Asia-Pacific International University comprises 387 Raise (155 acres) and was first developed in the late 1980s. Beginning in the late 1990s many additional buildings were constructed and the university was completely redeveloped into a modern international institution.
Set in a delightful resort area near the town of Muak Lek and sheltered from the pollution and congestion of the large cities, Asia-Pacific International University surrounds the student with the beauties of nature-trees, plants and flowers. Buildings around the spacious park-like campus are connected by tree-lined walkways, gardens and a series of small lakes which create an atmosphere of tranquility conducive to a reflective academic environment focusing on excellence, achievement and personal development.
New academic buildings include a beautifully designed and furnished Library, a Business and Information Technology Center and a fully equipped Faculty of Science building. The Administration Building, including a large hi-tech auditorium for the performing arts and classrooms and offices for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, has been completely remodeled and refurbished. All academic buildings and auditoriums are fully air-conditioned.
The Bangkok campus is situated on Pitsanulok Road (near the Royal Turf Club) and shares the campus with the Bangkok Adventist Hospital and houses the Faculty of Nursing buildings. The nursing complex consists of a modern multi-storey classroom, library, laboratory and office building, a multi-storey student residence accommodating over 270, and an ancillary classroom building and staff quarters. The Bangkok campus offers the final two years of registered nursing training in Thai medium.
Asia-Pacific International University Partnerships/Affiliations: Asia-Pacific International University has exchange teaching, research and student exchange arrangements with: Avondale College, James Cook University (Australia), Sahmyook University (Korea), Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages (Taiwan), La Sierra University, Loma Linda University, Griggs University, Southern Adventist University, Walla Walla University, Washington State University (USA), University of Information Technology, Vietnam National University (Vietnam) and a consortium of over 50 Christian universities and colleges in Southeast Asia.
Formal service agreements of academic cooperation between Asia-Pacific International University and selected American universities and colleges have been signed covering the areas of professor exchange and joint research programs, curriculum and course development, transfer credit arrangements and the benchmarking of academic standards.