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General Education Courses is a course based on desirable graduate characteristics of KMUTT framework on National Higher Education Qualifications Standards 2009 and general education philosophy according to criteria of undergraduate curriculum standards 2005. It is the core for creating the course structure and consider including the main content that is necessary for student learning in various subjects by the curriculum structure consists of a group of compulsory subjects with 25 credits and 6 credits of compulsory elective courses.


  • For more information : Office of General Education, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8782

Organizing English language teaching at the undergraduate level, regular and international curriculum.

Goal – Develop English skills of undergraduate students in regular and international programs so that they can use them to communicate effectively in various situations. Which if compared to international language competency is CEFR or TETET at the following levels:

Regular Program

International Program

Test resultsLevel Level
CEFRB1B2
TETET3.54.5

Note

For regular program students: Before graduation, students will take the TETET test to measure their English language proficiency. Scores will also be recorded in the student’s transcript.

For international program students: For pre-graduate students Must have TETET scores or English scores from standardized tests such as TEOFL or IELTS at this specified level = English scores are part of the graduation criteria.

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  • For more information : Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8716

In 2000, the university established the School of Liberal Arts. The Department of Languages ​​and Society is separated into social sciences and humanities. and language subjects Under the School of Liberal Arts At present, the Social Sciences and Humanities Department cooperates with the General Education Office in teaching General Education (GEN) and offering Free Elective Courses (SSC) to undergraduate students in all faculties. Its aim is to create graduates who are complete human beings. and essential characteristics for learning in the 21st century

  • For more information : Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8719

M.A. in Applied English Studies has been developed from our well-established Master’s Degrees in English Language Teaching and Professional and International Communication. It combines the strengths of the two founder programmes allowing participants to develop their professional and academic skills either for language education professions or other communication careers or academia.


  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

………..

Integrated Science

“Social Science+Science & Technology”

for sustainable environmental management

  • Social & Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA/EHIA/SIA/SEA)
  • Sustainability Report (CSR)
  • Sustainable Community Development
  • Environmental and Social Sciences Research

  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

Why do a PhD in Applied Linguistics  at KMUTT?

  • The PhD prepares you to be an international-level researcher
  • Our students have published articles in the best journals including Applied LinguisticsJournal of English for Academic Purposes, and International Journal of Applied Linguistics……
  • Articles that our students have written as part of their PhD in the last few years already have a high citation rate
  • Our teaching staff have published several books by major international publishers and numerous articles in major journals, and are responsible for half of all well-cited publications in applied linguistics produced by academics working in Thailand
  • We have excellent resources, both paper and online, for supporting research including a Resource Centre with more than 10,000 publications on applied linguistics and access to important corpora and major databases
  • We are a vibrant research community with regular forums and workshops by world-leading researchers
  • There are opportunities to receive research funding, to join faculty research projects, and to earn money to help support your studies
  • Thailand is a very welcoming culture, and the university is in a quiet suburb of Bangkok while allowing easy access to the city

  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

สื่อเสริมทักษะการอ่านชุด “ที่นี่ราชบุรี”

A Beautiful Day

House of love


The Garden House

The distance between us

ปั้นใจใส่โอ่ง

สื่อประกอบการเรียนรู้ “นกยูง”

นกยูง

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A playground for innovatively cultivating and developing wisdom, academic excellence, and community engagement through Liberal Arts Education

  1. to instill students with conscience, knowledge, and skill to live and work joyfully and successfully in Thai society and the changing global society
  2. to produce internationally recognized scholarly work
  3. to provide professional academic services to enhance the school’s reputation
  4. to administer and manage the school equitably and without discrimination; to build the school into a high-quality learning organization; and to foster a positive work environment for staff.
  5. to maximize resource utilization and revenue generation while conserving the environment
  1. Students are adaptable, capable of acquiring new skills, communicating effectively, working as a team, adapting to change, and living joyfully.
  2. Students and faculty members have strong English communication skills, knowledge of a third language, global competence, the ability to quickly grasp relevant issues, and the ability to work well with people who speak a different language and come from a different culture.
  3. The school is well-known for its academic excellence. Postgraduate students are qualified, and academic staff members are highly qualified, well-known, and internationally renowned.
  4. The school can use technology to increase efficiency and can implement new marketing initiatives to enhance the organization’s image and opportunities to generate revenue.
  1. Student & Stakeholder
    • 1.1) Develop students’ skills and experiences through a liberal arts education
    • 1.2) Develop global competencies for all employees, both internal and external to the organization.
  2. Internal Process
    • 2.1) Organize events and activities to help students improve their communication skills in English and a third language, as well as their global competencies.
    • 2.2) Enhance postgraduate academic work
    • 2.3) Constantly seek ways to improve the work system in order to boost productivity and effectiveness
  3. Learning & Growth
    • 3.1) Assist academic staff in developing strong research expertise and international recognition
    • 3.2) Assist lecturers and facilitators in developing effective teaching skills and strategies for teaching in a variety of innovative forms.
  4. Financial & Effectiveness
    • 4.1) Enhance resource utilization and create revenue-generating opportunities
  1. Integrity and Social Responsibility
  2. Continual development and Excellence
  3. Teamwork and Commitment

Under the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), photograph(s) and video image(s) of an individual are considered personal data. This is to notify that your photograph(s) or video image(s) may be captured during school activities and events such as classroom lessons, Prize Giving Day, etc. The school may use and publish such photographs and/ or video recordings in school publications, website, social media channels, and other communication channels. However, these photographs and/ or video images will not be released to any third party without the individual’s consent.

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General Education Courses is a course based on desirable graduate characteristics of KMUTT framework on National Higher Education Qualifications Standards 2009 and general education philosophy according to criteria of undergraduate curriculum standards 2005. It is the core for creating the course structure and consider including the main content that is necessary for student learning in various subjects by the curriculum structure consists of a group of compulsory subjects with 25 credits and 6 credits of compulsory elective courses.


  • For more information : Office of General Education, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8782

Organizing English language teaching at the undergraduate level, regular and international curriculum.

Goal – Develop English skills of undergraduate students in regular and international programs so that they can use them to communicate effectively in various situations. Which if compared to international language competency is CEFR or TETET at the following levels:

Regular Program

International Program

Test resultsLevel Level
CEFRB1B2
TETET3.54.5

Note

For regular program students: Before graduation, students will take the TETET test to measure their English language proficiency. Scores will also be recorded in the student’s transcript.

For international program students: For pre-graduate students Must have TETET scores or English scores from standardized tests such as TEOFL or IELTS at this specified level = English scores are part of the graduation criteria.

Translated by Google

  • For more information : Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8716

In 2000, the university established the School of Liberal Arts. The Department of Languages ​​and Society is separated into social sciences and humanities. and language subjects Under the School of Liberal Arts At present, the Social Sciences and Humanities Department cooperates with the General Education Office in teaching General Education (GEN) and offering Free Elective Courses (SSC) to undergraduate students in all faculties. Its aim is to create graduates who are complete human beings. and essential characteristics for learning in the 21st century

  • For more information : Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8719

M.A. in Applied English Studies has been developed from our well-established Master’s Degrees in English Language Teaching and Professional and International Communication. It combines the strengths of the two founder programmes allowing participants to develop their professional and academic skills either for language education professions or other communication careers or academia.


  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

………..

Integrated Science

“Social Science+Science & Technology”

for sustainable environmental management

  • Social & Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA/EHIA/SIA/SEA)
  • Sustainability Report (CSR)
  • Sustainable Community Development
  • Environmental and Social Sciences Research

  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

Why do a PhD in Applied Linguistics  at KMUTT?

  • The PhD prepares you to be an international-level researcher
  • Our students have published articles in the best journals including Applied LinguisticsJournal of English for Academic Purposes, and International Journal of Applied Linguistics……
  • Articles that our students have written as part of their PhD in the last few years already have a high citation rate
  • Our teaching staff have published several books by major international publishers and numerous articles in major journals, and are responsible for half of all well-cited publications in applied linguistics produced by academics working in Thailand
  • We have excellent resources, both paper and online, for supporting research including a Resource Centre with more than 10,000 publications on applied linguistics and access to important corpora and major databases
  • We are a vibrant research community with regular forums and workshops by world-leading researchers
  • There are opportunities to receive research funding, to join faculty research projects, and to earn money to help support your studies
  • Thailand is a very welcoming culture, and the university is in a quiet suburb of Bangkok while allowing easy access to the city

  • For more information: Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721

A place for developing and strengthening global competence

With this newly established centre, learners (both KMUTT students and staff as well as the public workforce) will gain more chances to nurture and enhance their global competence through a LEARN & TRY concept in order to become global citizens in future workplaces. SALC’s role is thus reformed with more involvement in assessment and training. Various products and services will also be provided to assess and promote learners’ English language competence and development of soft skills through local and internationalized environments.

Our services

• LEARNING SPACE to support individual and group learning based on learners’ own interests
• SOURCES of INFORMATION and independent learning materials for English and global knowledge enhancement
• LEARNING ACTIVITIES to promote independent learning and developing future skills
• COUNSELLING SERVICES for independent learning development and promote learners’ potential in independent learning and English skills

  • For more information: Global Competence Development Centre(GCDC), 1st floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8787
  • For more information: Testing Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8793

1. Research Discussions

Every month, a research discussion is held to provide opportunities for staff and students to share ideas and opinions regarding research topics, methodologies and other processes of conducting research including publishing research.

2. Other Research Seminars or Workshops

  • Research Ethics
  • Data Analysis for Research by Using R Program
  • Drawing Implications from Data

  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8795

The 5th Doing Research in Applied Linguistics

September 5-7, 2024

This page contains an overview of the past conferences. Click on the conference of your choice to access more details and its proceeding.

Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (DRAL 3/19th ESEA)Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (DRAL 3/19th ESEA)
22-24 June 2017
dral2014Doing Research in Applied Linguistics
12-14 June 2014
zeropoint_logo-300x90Doing Research in Applied Linguistics
21-22 April 2011
2007The 12th English in Southeast Asia Conference:
Trends and Directions
December 12-14, 2007
Website
2003Research in ELTPreceedings of the International Conference
9-11 April 2003
Autonomy 2000_Page_001AUTONOMY 2000:
The Development of Learning Independence
in Language Learning
November 20 – 22 1996
proceedings 1995_Page_001Seminar on
Self Access Learning and Learner Idependence:
A South East Asean Perspective
13-15 March 1995
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8792
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8792
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8794
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8795
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8795
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8795
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8792
  • For more information: Research Unit , 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8794

The best thing of local wisdom in Bang Khun Thian

The 20 best thing in Thung Khru

The best thing of local wisdom in Rat Burana

The best thing of local wisdom in Chom Thong

The best thing of local wisdom in Thonburi


  • For more information: Social Sciences and Humanities Group, 8th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • For more information : Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT.
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8796

Media to Support Reading Skills “Here in Ratchaburi”

A Beautiful Day

House of love


The Garden House

The distance between us

Molding Hearts into Jars

Online Materials “Nkyūng”

Nkyūng

E-Vocabulary

  • Dean’s Office, 7th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8711
  • Global Competence Development Centre(GCDC), 1st floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8787
  • Office of General Education, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8782
  • Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8716
  • Academic Services, 2nd floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8719
  • Resource Centre (RC), 5th floor of the SoLA Building, KMUTT
  • Tel: 66 (0)2-470-8721