TOP DESTINATIONS » KMUTT Bangkhuntien Campus on Green Learning area for sustainable

KMUTT Bangkhuntien Campus on Green Learning area for sustainable

7 October 2016
554   0

KMUTT Bangkhuntien Campus

KMUTT Bangkhuntien Campus

KMUTT Bangkhunthien Campus is the extension area of KMUTT Bangmod Campus which  is 20 km away from the Bangmod Campus, with total area of 320,000  sq.meters.This campus has been founded in 2000 with   3 schools (School of Architecture and Design, School of Bioresources and Technology and School of Media Art & Media Technology) ; 16 research units called BKT R&D Cluster., Pilot Plant Development and Training Institute and Industrial Park Center. KMUTT Bangkhunthien is  the first University Technology Park in Thailand which develop scale up facilities and pilot plant   on Food ,Feed ,Biofuel and Biopharmaceutical (3F+1P).

kmutt-bangkhuntien-campus-01

The main activities are promoting work integrated learning and research-based curricula in all educational programs  and promoting technological and industrial development for Feed, Food, (bio-)Fuel, and Biopharmaceuticals (3F+1P) industries. The mission of this campus are to develop technological capability and technology relevant to the country needs ; provide quality infrastructure, support facilities and  innovation & technology development for SME;  develop  work integrated learning ,interdisciplinary curriculum , practice school programs  and research-based curricula ; provide technology scale up services, incubator, industrial services and incubation program for SME and technology start-ups; foster partnership and collaboration between industries and universities/research institutes through consulting,  training and research programs and develop internationalized  infrastructure and environment .

kmutt-bangkhuntien-campus-map

This campus provide eco-friendly area on mangrove forests and renewable energy park with Pilot Green Building : Bioprocess Research& Innovation Building (BRI) which play an important role on Green Learning area for sustainable.

For more information : http://sustainable.kmutt.ac.th/sustainability/