University of Phayao

University of Phayao
มหาวิทยาลัยพะเยา (มพ.)
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Motto in English
Wisdom for Community Empowerment
TypeNational
Established17 July 2010 (2010-07-17)
RectorDr.Supakorn Phongbangbho
Address, ,
Thailand
Campus1 (at Chiang Rai)
Symbolic treeVanda
Colours     Purple      Gold
Websitewww.up.ac.th

The University of Phayao (UP) (Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยพะเยา) is a university in Phayao Province in northern Thailand.

History[edit]

University of Phayao is a Thai government funded university located in Phayao Province, north of Thailand. University of Phayao has its origin as a campus of Naresuan University in Phayao province. The proposal was approved by the cabinet on 20 June 1995. According to the cabinet resolution dated 8 October 1996, the campus was called "Phayao IT Campus". Classes started in 1995. In 2007, Associate Professor Dr. Mondhon Sanguansermsri, President of Naresuan University put forward the proposal to promote the campus into an independent university together with a proposal for the Royal Decree for University of Phayao. These were approved and declared in the Royal Gazette on 16 July 2010. The Royal Decree for University of Phayao, officially delivering "University of Phayao", took effect from 17 July 2010 onwards.

Academic divisions[edit]

University of Phayao is organized into 18 schools:

Health Sciences[edit]

  • School of Medicine
    • University of Phayao Medical Center and Hospital, Phayao
    • Chinese Medicine Clinic, Phayao
    • Applied Thai Traditional Medicine Clinic, Phayao
  • School of Dentistry
    • Dentistry Hospital
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • School of Allied Health Sciences
  • School of Medical Sciences

Social Sciences and Humanities[edit]

  • School of Law
  • School of Education
    • Demonstration School University of Phayao
  • School of Liberal Arts
  • School of Political and Social Science
  • School of Management and Information Science

Science and Technologies[edit]

  • School of Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • School of Information and Communication Technology
  • School of Architecture and Fine Arts
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Science
  • School of Energy and Environment

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