A Visit from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Landkrabang (KMITL)

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The delegation members from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) were welcomed by Prof. Habazaki Hiroki (Dean, Faculty of Engineering), and Prof. Kishi Kunihiro on Thursday, May 18. Assoc. Prof. Preeda Chaturabong, Assoc. Prof. Salisa Chaiyaput, Lecturer Chortham Srinil, and Lecturer Panumas Saingam visited our campus to greet and introduce each other for future exchanges.

KMITL started as a Nonthaburi Telecommunication Training Center in 1960 with support from the Japanese Government. In 1964 it changed to the  Telecommunication College Nomthaburi. KMITL was then founded by combining North Bangkok Technical College, Nonthaburi Telecommunication College, and Thonburi Technical College in 1971. KMITL is famous as one of the pioneer and successful science and technology institutes in Thailand, and it consists of seven faculties and four colleges with a total number of more than 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

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