Introducing the Tokyo Metropolitan University Bangkok Office.
Tokyo Metropolitan University Bangkok Office
In April 2014, Tokyo Metropolitan University established its overseas office in Bangkok as a base for educational and research activities in the ASEAN. The ASEAN has been achieving a high level of economic development continuously, attracting attention as one of the growth centers of the world. TMU aims to fully maximize the location of Bangkok office, which is situated in the heart of Bangkok, one of the major cities in the ASEAN, to actively promote the efforts aimed at strengthening TMU’s global competitiveness by promoting activities such as cooperative education, joint research, and business-academia collaboration, as well as public relation activities for recruiting excellent students, with universities and other institutions in Thailand and other countries in the ASEAN.
The Bangkok Office is located inside of the Research Service Center of the Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University, a partner university of TMU. It is the oldest prestigious university in Thailand that actively engages in joint research and exchange activities.
Outline of the Bangkok Office
1. Address (Bangkok, Thailand)
6th Fl., Chulalongkorn Research Building, Soi Chulalongkorn 12, Phayathai Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
(Located inside of the Research Service Center of the Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University)
2. Details of main activities
- Support for global cooperative activities, such as interchanges, cooperative education, joint research, and business-academia collaboration with universities and other institutions in the ASEAN
- Public relations activities, such as recruiting students in the ASEAN
- Support for activities related to alumni associations as follow-up for international students who have returned to their home countries in the ASEAN
International Relation Section, International Affairs Office, Tokyo Metropolitan University
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Cutting a ribbon at the opening ceremony on April 23, 2014.
Tokyo Metropolitan University President Fumio Harashima (the second person from the right) and Professor Kotohiro Nomura of the Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (far right).
Overseas office in Bangkok