Silpakorn University

Silpakorn University is a well-known public university in Thailand. The university was founded in Bangkok in 1943 by Italian-born art professor Corrado Feroci, who took the Thai name Silpa Bhirasri when he became a Thai citizen. It is the leading Thai university in the fine arts and archaeology[citation needed], and now includes many other faculties as well. It has about 20,000 students.

History

In 1939 the Pranete Silpakam School was founded on the grounds of Thapra Palace, just north of the Grand Palace, by Mom Luang Pin Malakul. Four years later, during World War II, it became Thailand’s third government university.

In 1968 the Royal Thai Ministry of Education granted permission for Silpakorn University to include additional majors, which led to the establishment of the Sanam Chan Palace campus in Nakhon Pathom, west of Bangkok. Later, when more faculties were added, the Phetchaburi campus was built. Located on the coast southwest of Bangkok, it is known as the “Phetchaburi IT campus.”

Faculty

  • Faculty of Architecture
  • Faculty of Archeology
  • Faculty of Decorative Arts
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Science
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Technology
  • Faculty of Animal Science and Agricultural Technology
  • Faculty of Music
  • Faculty of Management Science
  • Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
  • Graduate School
  • Silpakorn University International College
Silpakorn University Bkk

Silpakorn University Bkk

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