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Burapha
University
Burapha University is located in Chonburi about 100 kilometres southeast of Bangkok. First established as Bangsaen College of Education in 1955, it was later upgraded to a university named Sri Nakharinwirot, and started to offer several other degrees besides teacher training. In 1990, it became a full university named Burapha University which means " University of the East ". At present, Burapha University offers more than 40 programs of studies at the undergraduate level, 22 programs at the master's degree level, one Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) and many short-course training programs each year.

For more information, please contact
169 Moo 7, Saensuk Bang Saen, Chonburi 20131 Tel. (6638) 390 047, 745 900,
Fax. (6638) 390 351, 390 047
E-mail : Phasook@bucc.buu.ac.th

Chiang Mai University

Chiang Mai University was the first university to be established outside of Bangkok. Since its establishment in 1964, the focus of Chiang Mai University has always been four-fold in mandate: education, research, nurturing art and culture and community service with special attention to the priorities and needs of the north. It also encourages international cooperation and has established numerous contacts with foreign universities and institutions. The library contains nearly 500,000 books, approximately 4,000 journals and over 8,000 audio-visual items

For more information, please contact
Huay Kaew Road, Muang District Chiang Mai 50200 Tel. (6653) 943 661-5,
Fax. (6653) 219 252
E- mail : opxxo004@cmu.chiangmai.ac.th  

Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn is Thailand 's oldest university, founded in 1917 by His Majesty King Vajiravudh (Rama VI). For nearly 20 years in the early part of the last century, it was the only institute of higher learning in the country. Its 500-acre campus is located in Bangkok 's centre, close to modern shopping malls and offices. Chulalongkorn University, or Chula for short, now offers over 351 study programs in 19 faculties and 16 specialized institutes and colleges. There are almost 2,800 faculty staff. In addition to modern laboratories and other facilities, the University also boasts a 10,000 seat stadium. Chula's central library contains almost one million volumes, as well as extensive collections of journals, CD-ROMs and audio-visual materials

For more information, please contact
Phaya Thai Road, Bangkok 10330
Tel. (662) 215 0871-3, 214 1053,
Fax. (662) 215 4804
E-mail : fmedscm@md2.md.chula.ac.th

Kasetsart University
Founded in 1943, Kasetsart University is one of the oldest universities in Thailand. Up to the present, it has expanded to a total of seven campuses throughout the country. Kasetsart University (KU) today encompasses 14 faculties, a graduate school and a number of institutes and offices including the Australian Studies Centre (ASC) in late 1994. The University's central library houses over 250,000 books, has over 2,000 journal subscriptions, as well as other audio-visual materials.

For more information, please contact 50 Phahon Yothin Road, Bang Khen Bangkok 10900
Tel. (662) 579 0113,
Fax. (662) 579 8781
E-mail : fro@nontri.ku.ac.th

Khon Kaen University
Khon Kaen University was the first university to be established in the north-eastern region of Thailand. Today, it comprises 16 faculties, a graduate school and several institutes and centres. The University library contains over 130,000 books and 1,000 magazines.

For more information, please contact
123 Mitraparb Highway Muang District Khon Kaen 40002
Tel. (6643) 246 535-53,
Fax. (6643) 241 216
E-mail : prinya@kku1.kku.ac.th

King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Chaokhuntaharn Ladkrabang
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) was established in 1960 as the Ladkrabang campus of KMIT and became a full national university in 1986. It is one of the largest universities of science and technology in Thailand. KMITL has presently over 10,000 students in 85 bachelor's degree programs, 23 master's degree programs and two doctoral programs in Electrical Engineering and Vocational Education Administration. More than 60 percent of the library's 250,000 books are in English.

For more information, please contact
Chalongkrung Road Lat Krabang, Bangkok 10520 Tel. (662) 327 1199, 737 3000, 326 9157,
Fax. (662) 326 7333, 326 9043
E-mail : inter@kmitl.ac.th
 

King Mongkut's Institute of Technology North Bangkok (KMITNB)
Development of Thailand 's technical manpower has been the principal task of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology North Bangkok (KMITNB) since its founding in 1959. With over 12,000 students the Institute has grown considerably over the years progressively offering certificates and diplomas at the vocational education level and degree programs from bachelor to doctoral degree levels.

For more information, please contact
1518 Pibulsongkram Road Bang Sue, Bangkok 10800
Tel. (662) 913 2500 ext. 1023, 1026,
Fax. (662) 586 9007
E-mail : iro@kmitnb.ac.th

King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) has consistently produced competent graduates in the fields of science and technology since its founding in 1960. Situated on a 52-acre site in Bangkok 's western suburbs, the well-equipped campus has boarding facilities, recreational areas and other necessities. The University has eight faculties, two institutes and four centres. The central library contains nearly 95,000 books, over 11,000 journals and magazines as well as CD-ROMs and other audio-visual materials. Students also have access to outdoor track and athletic fields.

For more information, please contact
Bang Mod, Thungkru Bangkok 10140
Tel. (662) 470 8177, 470 8179,
Fax. (662) 827 9109
E-mail : osasphi@cc.kmutt.ac.th

Maejo University
Maejo University, formerly known as the Maejo Institute of Agricultural Technology has its past tightly linked to agriculture. In 1994, it commemorated its 60th year as a teaching institution, which focuses on practical agriculture. Surrounded by suburban and rural settings, the main campus is situated 12 kilometres northeast of Chiang Mai with four faculties. Recent additions to the 317-acre campus are a Biotechnology Centre, a Gymnasium and office of Agricultural Research and Extension.

For more information, please contact
Chiang Mai - Phrao Road Sansai, Chiang Mai 50290 Tel. (6653) 878 038 - 50,
Fax. (6653) 498 861-2
E-mail : maejo@.mju.ac.th