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Chiang Mai University, CMU

Director, International Relations Divisions - Ms. Woraluck Suteerawantana

About CMU Our Foundation Chiang Mai University was founded in January 1964, under a Royal Charter granted by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. CMU was the first institution of higher education in the north, and the first provincial university in Thailand. Our Vision Chiang Mai University is a Leading University with Academic Excellence in International […]

Kasetsart University, KU

History of the University Antecedents The establishment of Kasetsart University was part of the evolution of agricultural education in the country which began with the founding of a system of technical schools. This era may be divided into three periods.                    1.) In the initial period (1904-1913), agricultural education was first established. In […]

Maejo University, MJU

HISTORICAL Founded in June 7th, 1934, Maejo University (MJU) is considered Thailand’s oldest agricultural institution. It was first established as the Northern Agricultural Teachers Training School under the Ministry of Education and was later transferred to the Ministry of Agriculture to become the Kasetsart Preparatory School. After a year, it was officially installed as Maejo […]

Mahasarakham University, MSU

Dean, Faculty of Technology - Dr. Anuchita Moongngarm

MSU at a glance MSU is a comprehensive university, comprising 17 faculties, 2 colleges, 1 school, and 1 institution.  MSU has 2 campuses MSU offers 178 degree programs: 86 Bachelor’s degree programs, 58 Master’s degree programs and 34 Doctoral degree programs MSU has 1,252 academic staff and 2,295 supporting staff. In 2015, there are 43,928 […]

Rajamangala University of Technology Isan, RMUTI

Vice President for Academic Affair and Quality Assurance - Dr. Chalermpon Yuangklang

Rajamangala University of Technology Isan was established depending on Rajamangala University of Technology Act 2005. According to Section 36 of National Education Act 2005, government education institutions which provide degrees are to be juristic persons who are able to run their own administration and management independently and to have academic freedom and flexibility under the […]