Thailand Medical Education Market – Growth Demand Forecast

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How is the medical education market positioned in Thailand?

Siriraj Hospital was Thailand’s first modern medical hospital founded in 1888 and thus became the country’s first medical school. In 2006, there were twelve medical schools across the country and now there are twenty-three. The medical education system has grown steadily over the years. Class sizes range from two hundred and fifty to forty. Most educational institutions are publicly funded. The initial phase of medical training in the country saw the influence of traditional Thai medicine in schools, but it gradually shifted from traditional medicine to a research-based problem-solving approach. With modernization, Thailand quickly changed its attitude towards the training of future doctors. Factors that have influenced medical education reforms are changes in societal needs, changes in the nature of students, changing learning and teaching processes, rapid changes in technologies supporting medical practices and teaching, the huge explosion of medical knowledge, changes in the healthcare system, etc. There is immense progress on the parameters dictating the quality and standard of medical education in Thailand.

In Thailand, the undergraduate medical program consists of a 6-year training program generally divided into three sections, namely year 1 for general education, years 2 to 3 covering basic medical sciences and 4 to 6 years to gain clinical experience. There are two main paths for medical training, “normal” and “rural”, differing in their admission process, place of training and place of work. Students from anywhere in the country can apply for normal training through a central selection procedure. Their training is undertaken in traditional medical schools and placement is in any community hospital in the country.

Summary

Comparison of Admission and Graduates in Internal Medicine, Physician and Ophthalmology: Internal medicine is the most popular major among the various majors offered in Thailand.

Market segmentation

The Thai medical education market has been segmented on the basis of public and private medical universities, as well as regions

And segmentation by state to understand the overall presence of medical schools across the country. The main colleges are in the central region of the country. It is also where there is a high concentration of licensed ophthalmologists.

There have been gradual improvements in the country’s health infrastructure, as evidenced by the growing trend in the number of hospitals in Thailand.

In 1995, the Collaborative Project to Increase the Production of Rural Physicians (CPIRD) was launched to increase the production of doctors working in rural areas. The program is a success, and major colleges like Mahidol are working with these rural centers to increase access for the rural population and develop rural medical schools.

The Thai government has also initiated medical education reforms that have facilitated international collaboration between universities, the Thai-to-English curriculum, and ease of visas for foreign students.

Physician Market Size: In Thailand, undergraduate medical undergraduates have experience. The curriculum for both tracks is very similar, with clinical training usually taking place in tertiary or quaternary care hospitals and involving limited community experience. These learning environments may therefore not provide graduates with the skills required to work in a community hospital. Completion of this course and degree results in the designation of a physician.

Colleges Offering Internal Medicine Courses

Internal Medicine Courses Market Size:

The internal medicine residency program lasts three years. The intake is associated with the growing demand for medical specialists and various advantages of becoming an internist, such as a wide range of medical authorities. The competition was designed based on training modules and a course fee structure.

Colleges Offering Ophthalmology Courses

Ophthalmology Courses Market Size:

Ophthalmology in traditional terms is not very popular compared to other major specialties. But with the increase in eye diseases, the focus has been on these specializations

The most popular subspecialty in ophthalmology training focuses on the retina, and the majority of practitioners are women in the profession.

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Competitive Landscape of Top 10 Colleges of Thai Medical Schools

Among all the medical colleges in Thailand, the top 10 colleges have been recognized and compared based on the total number of graduates, 2020. This gave us insight into the top performers in the public and private sectors. The cross-comparison has other parameters such as vintage year attendance, total number of campuses, courses offered, number of teachers, etc.

Key Segments Covered

Market Segmentation Basis Type of Institution (Number of Colleges)

Private college
public college
Market Segmentation Basis Region (Number of Colleges)

North
Central
South East
South West
East
Peninsula
Northeast
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Doctor

Admissions process
Admission status
Selection process
Total number of graduates
Total number of intakes
Internal Medicine

Admissions process
Admission status
Selection process
Total number of graduates
Total number of intakes
Ophthalmology

Admissions process
Admission status
Selection process
Total number of graduates
Total number of intakes
Key target audience

Public medical colleges
Private medical colleges
Aspiring Bachelor of Medical Education Students
Aspiring Masters in Medical Education students, especially in Internal Medicine and Ophthalmology

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Period entered in the report:

Reference year: 2020
Study period: 2016-2020
Colleges covered:

The landscape of medical education institutions in Thailand includes medical schools at the following colleges,

Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University
Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University
Faculty of Medicine Khon Kaen University
Faculty of Medicine Chiang Mai University
Faculty of Medicine Srinakharinwirot University
Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University
Faculty of Medicine Thammasat University
Faculty of Medicine Prince of Songkla University
Faculty of Medicine Naresuan University
Faculty of Medicine University of Siam
Faculty of Medicine and Public Health, HRH Princess Chulabhorn College of Medical Science, Chulabhorn Royal Academy
School of Medicine Suranaree University of Technology
Faculty of Medicine University of Phayao
Faculty of Medicine Mahasarakham University
Faculty of Medicine Burapha University
Rangsit University College of Medicine
Walailak University School of Medicine
Mae Fah Luang University School of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, Princess of Naradhiwas University
College of Medicine and Public Health Ubon Ratchathani University
Phramongkutklao College of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine Vajira Hospital Navamindradhiraj University
Main topics covered in the report

Introduction to Medical Education in Thailand
Detailed landscape of private and public colleges
Market ecosystem
Institution Market Segmentation Basis and Regions
Admission Process for Bachelor and Master Courses
Detailed analysis of Physician Courses (market size based on initial enrollments and graduates with statistics for each college)
Detailed analysis of internal medicine market size based on enrollments and graduates with statistics for each college)
Detailed analysis of ophthalmology market size based on enrollments and graduates with statistics for each college)
Leading Universities and Colleges in Thailand Medical Education Market

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