The King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) is Thailand’s leading technology academy that focuses not only on the teaching and research in engineering and technology but in serving the industry as well.
KMUTT was established on February 4, 1960 as the Thonburi Technical College (TTC), which later became the King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology (KMIT) after the merger of three institutes. Then on March 7, 1988, KMIT started operating as a university, becoming country’s first ever public university to gain full autonomous status.
Today, KMUTT has three major campuses located in Bangkok and the Ratchaburi province in Thailand. As the country’s leading technological university, KMUTT has various departments, research centers, state-of-the-art facilities and advance laboratories that provide students with adequate knowledge and exceptional experience.
Those interested in robotics can check the university’s Institute of Field Robotics or FIBO wherein postgraduate programs in Robotics and Automation, and the development of industrial competitiveness is being offered, which only proves how serious and deeply committed KMUTT is in providing their students with the best experience.