Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya

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Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลศรีวิชัย
(มทร. ศรีวิชัย)
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Established January 18, 2005
Type Public, RMUT
President Prof. Prachip Choopun
Academic staff 14 (11 faculties and 3 colleges)
Location Songkhla, Songkhla Province,  Thailand
Campus 3 (at Songkhla, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Trang)
Colors      Yellow      Blue
Website www.rmutsv.ac.th

Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (abbreviated as RMUTSV; Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลศรีวิชัย) has been established in the Act Rajamangala University on 18 January 2005 by including two main units together is central. Rajamangala Institute of Technology Campus and Songkhla Undergraduate education in the field. Engineering. Agriculture Architecture Business Home Economics Education, Industrial Arts Science and Technology Education, Arts and Media Technology Department of. The Dramatic Arts and Music.

Acting graduate vocational quality in line with the development of science And rapidly changing technology. The learning areas. To encourage high academic and professional practice that focuses on teaching research and teacher education profession. Technical services in the areas of science and technology. And retention of art and culture By providing vocational education graduates have the opportunity for further study. Professional specialty is the primary degree.

History[edit]

Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya RMUTSV is a new group university located in the south of Thailand. With the National Education Act, B.E. 2542 (1999) aimed to decentralize management in education institutes to make them more independent and flexible to handle their own affairs under the university council, Rajamangala Institute of Technology subsequently amended the law governing the institution at that time before enacting it as the “Rajamangala University of Technology Act,” which HM the King signed on 8 January 2005. The law, announced in the Royal Gazette ten days later before coming into effect on 19 January 2005, combines all campuses nationwide into nine Rajamangala University of Technology ; namely, RMUT Thanyaburi, RMUT Krungthep, RMUT Tawan-ok, RMUT Phra Nakhon, RMUT Rattanakosin, RMUT Lanna, RMUT Srivijaya, RMUT Suvarnabhumi and RMUT Isarn. The intention is to turn these nine universities into science and technology university offering advanced vocational training in undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels to accommodate vocational students and to provide education opportunities to those graduated from community colleges. The integration is aimed to provide an opportunity for students to continue vocational study at the undergraduate level. All nine RMUT have been under the supervision of the Office of Commission on Higher Education (OCHE), Ministry of Education. With regard to RMUT Srivijaya or RMUTSV in short, the university is composed of three provincial areas including five campuses namely, Songklha Campus, Nakhonsithammarat (Thung Yai) Campus Nakhonsithammarat (Sai Yai) Campus, Nakhonsithammarat (Khanom Campus, and Trang Campus, respectively. RMUTSV offers education at the graduate level in ten faculties and three College like Agriculture, Agro-industry, Architecture, Business Administration, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Management Technology Science and Technology, Science and Fisheries and Technology, and Veterinary Medicine and College of Hospitality and Tourism, College of Industrial Technology and Management and Rattaphum College At present, RMUTSV has more than 15,000 students. There are about 4,000-5,000 enrollment students each year.

Vision and Mission[edit]

Vision[edit]

RMUTSV will become a professional in the development of scientific and technological education for graduates with full of competence and high ethics.

Mission[edit]

  1. To provide high –quality professionalism at the higher education level by focusing on science and technology and to make sure that our graduates are ready to enter a job market.
  2. To create research activities, inventions and innovations on science and technology which can be transferred into value–added goods and services for the country.
  3. To provide academic service and creative education with a purpose to prepare graduates for independent careers to stay competitive in their profession.

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