King Mongkut Institute of Technology North Bangkok

KMUTNB, was established from the constructive cooperation between the Thai Government and the Federal Republic of Germany, it was initially known as the 5North Bangkok Technical School6 but generally called “Thai-German Technical School.”

1964 The School was upgraded to North Bangkok Technical College

1971 Three technical colleges, North Bangkok Technical College, Thonburi Technical College,
and Telecommunication College Nonthaburi were merged and given a new name DKing Mongkut’s
Institute of Technology which had three campuses, North Bangkok, Thonburi, and Ladkrabang.

1974 The Establishment of the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Technical Education and
Science and also the Vice President’s Office.

1981 The establishment of the College of Industrial Technology and Institute for Technical Education Developments

1986 King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology was separated into three autonomous
Universities namely:   – King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok   – King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang   – King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Thonburi   – Establishment of the Graduate College

1988 KMUTNB upgraded some organizational units for educational expansion purpose:

1. The Vice President’s Office was changed to “The President’s Office”
2. The Department of Sciences in the Faculty of Technical Education and Science was changed to “The Faculty of Applied Science” and the Faculty of Technical Education and Science was changed to “The Faculty of Technical Education”
3. The Library Section in the Academic Service Division became “The Central Library.”

1993 Thai-French Innovation Centre.

1995 KMUTNB extended it’s Educational Obligations to the Rural Areas, leading to the creation
of the Prachinburi Campus in Prachinburi Province.

1996Faculty of Industrial Technology and Management in Prachinburi and Institute of Computer and Information
Technology in Bangkok.

2001 Faculty of Information Technology, in Bangkok

2002 Faculty of Applied Arts in Bangkok

2003Faculty of Agro-Industry, in Prachinburi

2005 The Sirindhorn International Thai-German Graduate School of Engineering (TGGS), in Bangkok

2007 Science and Technology Research Center was promoted to “Science and Technology Research Institute” King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok was renamed “King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok and became an autonomous state university

2008 Thai-French Innovation Centre (TFIC) was promoted to Thai-French Innovation Institute

2010 Faculty of Architecture and Design, in Bangkok.

Vision

To guide KMUTNB professional science and technology

Mission

  • To supply qualified graduates to the society
  • To encourage research and academic work
  • To support public academic services
  • To maintain national arts and culture

Faculty

  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Technical Education
  • Faculty of Applied Science
  • Faculty of Agro-Industry
  • Faculty of Industrial Technology and Management
  • Faculty of Information Technology
  • Faculty of Applied Arts
  • Faculty of Architecture and Design
  • The Sirindhorn TGGS
  • Graduate College
  • College of Industrial Technology
KMUTNB Thailand

KMUTNB Thailand

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