|Motto||Enshrine the education, serves the peoples' will|
|Rector||Dr. Htay Aung|
|Students||~ approximately 10,000 |
|Postgraduates||Master of Science, Master of Arts|
|Location||Taungwaing Road, Mawlamyaing
Mon State, Myanmar
|Affiliations||University of Yangon|
Mawlamyaing University (also the University of Mawlamyaing; Burmese: မော်လမြိုင် တက္ကသိုလ် [mɔ̀ləmjàɪɴ tɛʔkəθò]), located in Mawlamyaing, is the largest university in Mon State, Myanmar. The university offers bachelor's and master's degree programs in liberal arts and sciences. It is one of the few universities in the country to offer a specialization in marine science in the country.
Classified as an Arts and Science university in the Burmese university education system, Mawlamyaing University offers bachelor's and master's degree programs in common liberal arts and sciences disciplines. Its regular Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) take four years to complete and honors degree programs BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) take six years. The law program also takes five years.
Mawlamyaing University is one of few universities in Myanmar, offering a degree in Marine Science. Its Marine Science Laboratory in Setse, a coastal town about 83 km south of Mawlamyaing was the first of its kind in Myanmar.
List of rectors
- Dr. Khin Maung Tint (Tekkatho Phone Naing) (Dead)
- Hla Tun Aung
- Kyi Win
- San Tint
- Saw Han Shein
- Dr. Htay Aung
- Dr. Kyaw Tin Nwe (WYTU)
- Dr. Aung Myat Kyaw Sein
The university's three-story library, completed in January 2004, houses over 106,000 books and periodicals.
- http://monnews.org/?p=912 | Mawlamyine University students struggle with internet research
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- "List of Colleges and Universities in and around Yangon". Archived from the original on 2009-01-09. Retrieved 2008-12-20.
- "Mawlamyine University gets new three-storey library". The New Light of Myanmar. 2004-01-27.
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