TGGS Academic Affairs

The TGGS Academic Affairs support the academic mission of TGGS by providing service to our current and former students, staff, and administration. These services include maintaining and protecting the integrity and security of the official academic record, registration, degree verification, scheduling and reporting. Our specific services include but are not limited to:

  • Enrollment and degree verification
  • Transcripts
  • Course and room scheduling
  • Academic and enrollment reporting
  • Grade collection, reporting and changes

Location:

3rd floor of TGGS Building

Open:

Mon – Fri       09.00 – 16.00

Phone:

+66 2555 2000 ext. 2931

KMUTNB Library

To support studying and teaching activities as well as research and development and to provide the best academic environment for students, the central library of KMUTNB provides access to electronic resources and other library services and includes academic service and facilities such as borrowing and returning books, interlibrary loan and copying, printing etc. The central library provides academic information resources to all faculty, staff and students, as well as to the general public. It holds more than 200,000 books, a variety of audio-visual aids including CD-ROMs, databases for research, and access via internet to all Thai university libraries and to international libraries. A modern electronic library management system, including many online services and electronic book inventories, is employed to provide the best and most effective services.

Location:

2nd – 7th floor of the Academic Service Building

Open:

Mon – Fri       08.00 – 20.00

Sat                 09.00 – 16.00

Website:

http://library.kmutnb.ac.th/english/

Email:

library@kmutnb.ac.th

Phone:

+66 2555 2000 ext. 2143

Institute of Computer and Information Technology

The Institute of Computer and Information Technology is responsible for providing computer information services to students, teaching staff and other personnel at KMUTNB and for offering computing resources for education, research and administrative purposes.

The Institute of Computer and Information Technology provides services to students and personnel both inside and outside the institute as follows:

  • Minicomputer CPU time for teaching, learning, training and researching by students and staff as well as academic support.
  • Engineering Workstation under UNIX application system, including compiler, multimedia system, CAD/CAM/CAE/CAI applications such as electronics, mechanical and civil engineering for the purposes of design, analysis, manufacture, synthesis and prototype.
  • The provision of internet and e-mail services for research work and communication. This also includes WWW servers both on KMUTNB campuses or via modem at home.
  • Computer systems and other facilities services for internal and external organizations.
  • Training services for both internal and external personnel and organizations.
  • Pradoodang Net, KMUTNB’s campus network is also provided by ICIT for learning and teaching administration and internal communication.

Location:

3rd floor of Anake-Prasong Building

Open:

Mon – Fri       08.00 – 22.00

Sat                 08.00 – 16.00

Phone:

+66 2555 2000 ext. 2205

KMUTNB International Affairs

The International Affairs administered by the Student Affairs foster and facilitate international education and research at KMUTNB. They have responsibilities to develop and to make readiness for international students to become good graduates and good residents who are perfectly in physical, mind, intelligence, and society and they are promptly to alteration and plays important role in country development in a future.

Location:

3rd floor of Anake-Prasong Building

IASTE Thailand

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience was founded in 1948 at Imperial College, London. Imperial College Vacation Work Committee headed by Mr. James Newby initiated a meeting with national organizations from 10 European countries in a post war effort to promote better understanding between countries and cultures.

Since 1948, the association has grown to include more than 93 countries world-wide and has exchanged in excess of 300,000 students. This means that yearly IAESTE exchanges around 6000 students playing a key role in the development of technical undergraduates able to make their mark in a global economy.

Location:

Room 1003 on 10th floor of Anake-Prasong Building

Website:

http://www.iaestethailand.org/

Email:

iaeste@kmutnb.ac.th

sdcp@kmutnb.ac.th

web@iaeste-thailand.org

Phone:

+66 2555 2000 ext. 1025, 1193, 1194