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Industrial Facilitator Development Program

The Industrial Facilitator Center aims to train industrial personnel to become lifelong learners. In particular, the program focuses on developing personalized learning approaches for working adult learners. These initiatives are designed to raise awareness of the need for organizations to adapt to keep pace with technological progress. Mission Cultivate the proficiency of auxiliary teachers via practical training programs. Recruit eligible auxiliary teachers to work with learners who are adults employed in the industrial sector. Recruit consultants with the knowledge and experience to address issues in the industrial sector. Serve as a consultant in designing learning activities suitable for learners who are adults employed in the industrial sector. Introduce new approaches to activity design on the topic of effective learning through support processes. Industrial Facilitator Development Program “Preparing and teaching the auxiliary staff for the industrial sector the necessary skills to proficiently set up a learner-centric learning environment.” In the context of adult education and digital learning, where knowledge is readily accessible via diverse technological platforms at any time and place,...


Center for Effective Learning and Teaching (CELT)

“Developing learning guidelines and fostering innovations in education to improve individuals' employability in science and technology as well as coaching them to become social change agents.” CELT, the Center for Effective Learning and Teaching, was established to provide assistance and impart learning and teaching skills to the KMUTT staff. CELT offers role-specific learning guidelines that are closely in line with KMUTT's vision. These guidelines place significant emphasis on enhancing the availability of skilled personnel in science and technology and on promoting individuals' awareness of their role as agents of social change. Additionally, the center works to instill ideals in the teaching and learning processes which, in essence, encourages innovations in lifelong learning. To fulfill our missions, CELT organizes various forms of activities, including training workshops, consultation sessions, and seminars. The center also builds a learning community for idea exchange concerning novel pedagogical techniques, provides an inclusive learning space, and spearheads innovations in education. Contact The 13th floor, Innovation Learning Institute Building King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang...

High School Program


“Cultivating future engineers, technologists, and innovators, drawing in investment, and sharpening the competitive edge of the industrial sector in the region — via the implementation of KOSEN” In 2019, the Ministry of Education tasked the Office of Basic Education Commission (OBEC) and the Institute for the Promotion of Science and Technology Teaching (IPST) with the project entitled ‘Cultivating future engineers, technologists, and innovators, drawing in investment, and sharpening the competitive edge of the industrial sector in the region — via the implementation of KOSEN’ (aka the establishment of THAI-KOSEN. Given the aim of advancing the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), the project sets out to drive up the number of research and innovation engineers in Thailand’s industrial sector with the emphasis on increased commercial manufacturing, in line with the Thailand 4.0 roadmap. The project was established under the cooperation between Thailand and Japan to develop human resources by implementing the concepts of KOSEN; which denote a Japanese instructional strategy geared towards instilling necessary skills in those receiving training to become engineers,...

Student Services

Gifted Education Office (GEO)

King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) recognizes that each student possesses unique learning potential. However, the current classroom design does not adequately take this prevailing diversity into account. Course content and its delivery are typically designed to be of moderate difficulty, inadvertently catering to average students. This inclination toward one-size-fits-all education can hinder high-achieving students from realizing their full potential and may also result in students with special needs falling behind, potentially leading to their disengagement from the learning process. In light of the reasons mentioned above, KMUTT strives to create educational strategies that match each individual's abilities. One approach involves the establishment of an Honors Program, offering more advanced materials to students who are enthusiastic and inclined toward STEM subjects. This is complemented by careful guidance aimed at pushing their intellectual boundaries. On the other hand, supplementary foundation classes are provided for students who require extra academic support. Beyond specialized classrooms, it is essential not to neglect the development of students' soft skills. As a result, various learning...

Neuroscience Research

Neuroscience Center for Research and Innovation (NX)

“Center for multidisciplinary neuroscience research — for better understanding of the inner workings of the brain” Neuroscience Center for Research and Innovation (NX) is a hub for knowledge discovery, intellectual enrichment, and multidisciplinary research encompassing neurosciences, natural sciences, engineering, psychological sciences, and multimedia technology. NX's primary goal is to promote research across these disciplines to deepen our understanding of the complex machinery that is the human brain in terms of behavior, perception, memory, and learning. Most research projects at the center are conducted in collaboration with colleagues whose expertise lies in distinct fields and multi-sectoral organizations, including government, business, and industry. A better understanding of the brain will conceivably lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases and translate to technological advancement that enhances learning and improves the quality of life. Contact us Neuroscience Center for Research and Innovation (NX) The 14th floor, Innovation Learning Institute Building  King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi 126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang Mod, Thung Khru, Bangkok 10140, Thailand Tel 0-2470-8490 E-mail :

Extracurricular Activities

Junior Science Talent Project (JSTP)

“Identifying and nurturing talented children with strong abilities in STEM subjects to cultivate the next generation of scientists and researchers for Thailand's brighter future.” JSTP was founded with the objectives to scout, incubate, and foster secondary school students exhibiting exceptional aptitude and expressing an avid interest in STEM subjects. Once identified, these students are invited to enroll in training camps, research practices, as well as workshops on topics spanning scientific, social, artistic, and cultural nature to broaden their worldview and develop their research skills. Under the cross-cutting supervision of lecturers and researchers from a wide selection of universities and research institutes, JSTP students are given special guidance to steer their academic and personal growth in the hope that these bright young minds will become the future generation of Thailand’s outstanding scientists. JSTP is sponsored by the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA). Website NSTDA Contact us Junior Science Talent Project (JSTP)The 13th floor, Innovation Learning Institute Building  King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi126 Pracha Uthit Rd., Bang Mod, Thung...

High School Program

Engineering and Science Classroom (ESC)

“Incubating new-generation leaders, strengthening critical thinking and analytical abilities, broadening the mind — through story-based learning” Engineering and Science Classroom (ESC) is a high-school science classroom under the supervision of KMUTT and the Ministry of Science and Technology. The academic staff, audio-visual equipment, and space for conducting ESC activities are sponsored by KMUTT faculties and internal divisions. The ESC program is centered on the key concepts of ‘story-based learning’, namely, student-focused and hands-on approaches. Story-based learning combines interdisciplinary narratives drawn from science and technology, social sciences, arts and humanities. This narrative-driven technique is adopted in the classroom to facilitate students' comprehension and the ability to draw a connection and appropriately apply the knowledge to solve academic and real-world problems. ESC strives to foster distinguished students who excel in STEM subjects, with the goal of shaping them into scientifically-minded thinkers and inventors. Our ESC students will emerge as future leaders in the scientific fields, and in doing so, they will play a significant role in advancing the nation. The ESC program...

Extracurricular Activities


“Creating an environment conducive to the development of digital literacy and critical thinking skills among youth, to produce a fresh wave of innovators capable of making significant contributions to the nation’s future.” In the 21st century, the world has experienced rapid, unpredictable, and significant transformations, particularly in the realm of technological advancement. Consequently, today's society is steadily transitioning into one with seamless integration of technology into day-to-day life. Since children and youth are the main engine of the nation's growth, equipping them with the skills necessary to successfully traverse the swiftly changing technological landscape is of critical importance. It follows that a well-planned environment is needed to encourage critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, teamwork, global awareness, and social responsibility. With this in mind, KX has envisioned the development of young individuals as future leaders and initiated the KX Smart Play project to nurture the growth of young innovators poised to contribute to the nation's progress. The Learning Institute recognizes the importance of instilling 21st-century skills in youth. As part of this...