Ten oldest universities in Thailand
The Thai universities that you are familiar with are Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, Chiang Mai University, etc. Do you know their origin and date of school establishment? What is the school behind them? This article will bring you together to experience the charm of Thai universities and to count the oldest universities in Thailand.
10th place: Pazhong Technical College
There are three campuses, the Nonthaburi Campus, the North Campus, and the Thonburi Campus. After the school was upgraded to a higher education school, the three campuses became independent schools.
9th Ramkhamhaeng University
The University of Ramkhamhaeng was established as a higher education institution that can provide lifelong education. At the beginning of the school, there were law schools, economic management colleges, humanities colleges and education colleges.
8th place: Prince of Songkla University
School motto: Put personal interests in the second place, and the interests of brothers and sisters are the most important. If you are engaged in a good profession, good luck, wealth and honor will ultimately be attributed to you. Prince of Songkla University was the first university to be established in the south by members of the royal family, and the king named himself "Prince Songkhla University" with the name of his son "Prince Songka".
7th place: Khon Kaen University
According to the first university established by the royal family to the northeast, Khon Kaen University. At the beginning of the school, there were engineering colleges and agricultural colleges.
6th place: Chiang Mai University
At the beginning of the school, the first university established by the King of Bhumibol, the University of Chiang Mai, opened the School of Humanities, the School of Social Sciences and the College of Technology.
5th place: Art University
It was renamed the Art University by the original Art and Craft School. At the beginning of the school, there were only the Department of Painting and Sculpture (now the School of Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking)
4th place: Mahidol University