Pathumwan Institute of Technology

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Pathumwan Institute of Technology
Pathumwan Institute of Technology - Bangkok IMG 7303.jpg
Mottoเรียนดีมีงานทำ (Official)
Established1999 (founded as a technical school in 1932)
FounderThai Naval Officers
Academic affiliation
Bachelor degree, Master degree and Doctoral degree
Colors████ Yellow Scarlet

The Pathumwan Institute of Technology (Thai: สถาบันเทคโนโลยีปทุมวัน) is a Thai public university in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Established in 1932 as a technical school by a group of Thai naval officers, the institute was upgraded to technical college in 1975. It eventually became a public university known as Pathumwan Institute of Technology in 1999, the name was given by Bhumibol Adulyadej (Thailand's King Rama IX).

In the present, Pathumwan Institute of Technology enrolls in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs for education in type of engineering. The institute developed new standard of research to support in high level research of technology and engineering, so the institute has cooperation between educational institutions and universities in country and aboard. The institute has sign contract to cooperative with many company and enterprise for new project about real experience for students during industrial working. In 2018, electrical engineering students in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels called the engineering students Entaneer like as engineering students of Chiangmai University, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok and Khon Kaen University.

The institute has two academic units: the faculty of engineering and the faculty of science and technology.


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Coordinates: 13°44′50″N 100°31′31″E / 13.747180°N 100.525384°E / 13.747180; 100.525384