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KING MONGKUT'S UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY NORTH BANGKOK
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History
History
  • 1959
     

    KMUTNB was established from the cooperation between Thai Government and the Federal Republic of Germany. It was known as the “North Bangkok Technical School” 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 “King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology” which comprised three campuses, North Bangkok, Thonburi, and Ladkrabang.

  • 1974
     

    The establishment of the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Technical Education and Science

  • 1981
     

    The establishment of the College of Industrial Technology and Institute for Technical Educational Development

  • 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
  • 1988
     
    • The establishment of Faculty of Applied Science
    • The establishment of the Central Library
  • 1991
     

    The establishment of Institute of Technological Development for Industry

  • 1993
     

    The establishment of Thai-French Innovation Centre (later Thai-French Innovation Institute)

  • 1995
     

    KMUTNB extended its educational obligations to the rural areas, leading to the creation of the Prachinburi campus in Prachinburi province

  • 1996
     
    The establishment of Faculty of Industrial Technology and Management in Prachinburi and Institute of Computer and Information Technology in Bangkok 
  • 2001
     

    The establishment of Faculty of Information Technology in Bangkok campus

  • 2002
     

    The establishment of Faculty of Applied Arts in Bangkok campus

  • 2003
     

    The establishment of Faculty of Agro-Industry in Prachinburi campus

  • 2005
     

    The establishment of The Sirindhorn International Thai-German Graduate School of Engineering (TGGS) in Bangkok campus​

  • 2007
     

    King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok was renamed “King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok” and became an autonomous state university. 

  • 2010
     
    • The establishment of KMUTNB’s new campus, located at the Eastern Seaboard Industrial Zone, Rayong, entitled “King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (Rayong campus).”
    • The establishment of Faculty of Architecture and Design in Bangkok campus
  • 2013
     
    • - The establishment of Thai-German Dual Education and e-Learning Development Institute (TGDE) in Bangkok campus
    • The establishment of Faculty of Engineering and Technology in Rayong campus
    • The establishment of Faculty of Science Energy and Environment in Rayong campus
    • The establishment of Faculty of Business Administration in Rayong campus
  • 2014
     
    The establishment of International College in Bangkok campus
  • 2015
     
    • The establishment of Faculty Industrial Business Development in Bangkok campus
    • The establishment of Faculty of Business and Service Industrial Administration in Prachinburi campus
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