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宋卡王子大学(PSU)是泰国南部历史最悠久的大学,有四个校区和一个根据当地社区需求提供多元化教育项目的教育服务区。大学旨在科研上创优,为社区提供教育服务,积极参与保护国家、特别是泰南地区艺术和文化遗产。自1967年大学成立40多年来,宋卡王子大学始终把建设亚洲领衔的综合性研究大学,培养才华横溢的毕业生,提供优质的教育服务,积极参与保护国家艺术和文化遗产当做大学宏伟蓝图,如今,宋卡王子大学已成功地完成了大部分目标。

概述

     The vision, mission and goals of Prince of Songkla University have been laid out clearly in order to give a well defined guidance and facilitating the systematic working and administration of the university to achieve its objectives. The university emblem, university color and university flower are the three symbols which will invariably invoke the senses of belonging and the feeling of nostalgia in all of our alumni.It is also an obligation of the University to prepare and publish a summary report of its performance for viewing by the public. The latest report was in the form of a biannual report for the years 2006-2007.

     Multimedia presentation about Prince of Songkla University and a collection of the University' songs made available for viewing may be accessed below. :

* The Pride of Excellence(Thai Version)

* The Peninsula's Promis(Thai Version)

* The Future(Thai Version)

* The Pride of Excellence(English Version)

* The Peninsula's Promise (English Version)

* The Pride of Excellence (Chinese Version)

     Other University informations may be found at the following web pages. :

前瞻、使命、目标


  1. Vision:
  2.      Prince of Songkla University is a leading research-based university in Asia, fulfilling its inspiration of producing internationally recognized graduates, actively engaging in providing services to community, taking a leading role in the preservation and enhancement of national heritage in arts and culture.

  3. Mission:
  4.      2.1 To develop the university into a society of learning based on multi-culture background and sufficiency economy principles, and allow general public an easy and convenient access to learn and gain from whatever forms an sources of knowledge available in the university.
         2.2. To build up expertise and take a leading role in areas of study consistent with the inherent potential of our locality and create a linkage to the global network.
         2.3. To integrate and applied knowledge based on practical experiences to teaching in order to instill intellectual wisdom, virtue, competency and international world-view vision in our graduates.

  5. Goals:
    1. To create value for research works by organizing and distilling them into excellent specialized core-knowledge with a view to produce tangible innovation to drive the future, and to drive Prince of Songkla University into a leading university in the region.

    2.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
      • Number of patents/ copyrights.
      • Ranking status of the university, both university-wise and discipline-wise.
      • The keeping up of the university presence in the circle of institutions of excellence in tertiary education.

    3. To search for knowledge and wisdom to create a wealth of academic resources which is essential for a sustainable development to reach the status of a leading research-intensive university; and to engage in transferring of knowledge and technology to community in order to strengthen and raise the community potential, and to increase the competitiveness of the country in the international level.

    4.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
      • Number of published research papers/person/year.
      • Number of staff actively engaged in research.

    5. To produce graduates who are knowledgeable about their professions, behave in accordance with good Thai moral value, possess life skill and public consciousness, competent to compete in international job market.

    6.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
      • Percentage of success in jobs finding and self employ.
      • Level of satisfaction of employers.
      • Percentage of graduates who work outside the country.

    7. To create academic context which is widely opened and easily accessible for acquisition of knowledge, in a variety of dimensions, formats and platforms whose contents are diversely and comprehensively integrated in order to develop local human resources into a society of learning and wisdom.

    8.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
      • Number of online programs which are presented in the form of virtual university.

    9. To utilize the strategy of proactive management consistent with the administration of multi-campus university, and to operate the system within the practical framework of good governance with emphasis on efficiency, transparency and accountability.

    10.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
        Level of financial stability, evaluate from,
      • Ratio of current revenue/accumulated revenue.
      • Rate of increase of revenue.


    11. To increase competency and to re-engineering the university culture so as to be an institution of learning which accumulates and manages knowledge in a manner which leads to a lasting and stable development.

    12.   Key Performance Indicator (level of goals)
      • Fifty percent of all academic staff will be the holders of doctoral degree/ equivalent within 2009.

大学校徽、校花、校色

University Emblem:

      On 29th July 1969 Prince of Songkla University was granted the Royal permission to use its present emblem which is a modification of the personal emblem of HRH Prince Mahidol the Royal Father of His Majesty the King.
Prince of Songkla University emblem is composed of the Royal Coat of Arms of Thailand placed under the great crown of victory (Phra Maha Phichi Mongkut) and above the intertwined two Thai letters “ ม.อ.”. The intertwined letters is circumscribed by a partial circle of the blue ribbon bearing the inscription “มหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์” which is the name of the university in Thai.
  • The great crown of victory or Phra Maha Phichi Monkut: One of the most important Royal Regalia of Thailand which signifies the status of the King.

  • The Royal Coat of Arms of Thailand: Represent the house of Chakri dynasty, consist of the discus (Chakra) and the trident (Trisula) the celestial weapon of the God Narayana of whom the King of Chakri dynasty is seen as a personification.

  • The intertwined two Thai letters “ ม.อ.” : The two intertwining letters are the Thai initials of the name of HRH Prince Mahidol (Mahidol Adulyadej)

  • The university’s name, “สงขลานครินทร์” : The honorific name, a part of the full title “ Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Khun Songkla Nakarin”, which means “ HRH Mahidol Adulyadej the ruler of the city of Songkla” bestowed upon HRH Prince Mahidol by King Rama V in 1903. His Royal Highness was elevated posthumously to “Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin” on 30 November 1929 by King Rama VII.

University flower: The official flower of Prince of Songkla University is the flower of “Sritrang tree” (Jacaranda filicifolia(Anders) D.Don), which is an indigenous plant of Brazil.

University color: The official color of Prince of Songkla University is “Blue”. The color which is used to denote noble or Royal bloodline of which the university namesake, HRH Prince Mahidol, was one.


 

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 Three sets of VCD guide to Prince of Songkla University, and a set of University’s songs have been prepared. They are :


年度报告

     Prince of Songkla University has continuously developed and improve its performance consistent with the framework laid out in the university development plan and administrative strategy that place emphasis on systematic works approach. The University has established a well defined policy, good administrative system with good governance, and aiming for a strong financial base in the long run in order that the University could achieve its objective of becoming a research intensive university. An overview of the University/ campuses/ faculties/ units performances during the years 2006 – 2007 may be found at :

www.planning.psu.ac.th/vijai/report/PSU-Annual-Report49-50.pdf

历史

On September 22, 1967, His Majesty the King graciously granted the University the name “Prince of Songkla University” in honor of his beloved father, His Royal Highness Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin. In commemoration of this auspicious occasion, the university has since proclaimed September, 22 of every year as “Songkla Nakarin Day”, one of the important dates in the calendar of yearly events of the university. A brief history of the University and the biography of the University namesake, His Royal Highness the King’s father may be found through the links shown below.



  • A brief biography of HRH Prince Mahidol Adulyadej

  • History of Prince of Songkla University
  • 玛希敦•阿杜德亲王简要传记

    The university’s namesake, His Royal Highness Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin, formerly Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, was the father of King Ananda Mahidol and King Bhumibol Adulyadej. HRH Prince Mahidol was born on 1st January 1892, the 69th child of His Majesty King Rama V and the 7th of Queen Savang Vadhana.


    Prince Mahidol was brought up according to the Royal Thai tradition, started his education at the Royal School within the Grand Palace and ordained at the age of 13 as a Buddhist novice. Before his ordination, the title of Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Khun Songkla Nakarin was bestowed upon him. He was later sent to study at Harrow, a renowned public boarding school in England, for about one year and a half. In accordance with the wishes of his Royal Father, who had close relation with Emperor Wiliiam II, Prince Mahidol proceeded to study in Germany, at the Royal Prussian Military Preparatory college at Potsdam which offered course of study in the humanities and sciences in addition to training in military discipline. The education in humanities and sciences while at Potsdam had profound and lasting impacts on his outlook, philosophy and personality. His Royal Highness furthered his study at the Imperial Military Academy at Gross Lichterfelde in Berlin and subsequently attended the Murwik Imperial German Naval Academy at Flensburg in 1912. In that year he was commissioned as Lieutenant in both the imperial German Navy and the Royal Thai Navy. At the outbreak of World War I, after completing naval study in Germany, Prince Mahidol returned to Thailand and was assigned to a teaching post at the Royal Naval Academy.


    As a teacher, Prince Mahidol came to aware of the extent of the poor state of the teaching of basic sciences in Thailand. Through contact with his half-brother and old friend, Prince Rangsit, who was then the Chief of the Royal Medical College, Prince Mahidol also came to recognized the dire need for improvement in the standards of medical and public health education in Thailand, particularly the conditions of medical practice which was much lagged behind the western standard. He had come to the conclusion that good education in basic sciences and a well maintained public health service is essential factor in the development of human resources of the country. In 1916 after being promoted to the rank of Captain (Royal Guard), Prince Mahidol resigned from the Royal Thai Navy to pursue his conviction by going aboard to study public health at Harvard, Massachusetts.

    With a plan to support hospitals and medical school in Thailand, Prince Mahidol and his Queen Mother used their own fund to set up scholarships for Thai citizens to study medicine and public health related fields aboard. The first group of scholarship-holders were sent to study in the US, one of them Miss Sangwan Talaphat a nursing student, was to become his future wife. Prince Mahidol married Miss Sangwan Talaphat on 10 September 1920 and received his Certificate in Public Health from Harvard in 1921. During his stay in the United States he was asked to represent the Thai government in liaising with the Rockefeller Foundation which was offering monetary and technical help to improve Thailand’s medical and public health education.

           

    Prince Mahidol returned to Thailand in 1923 to take up the position of Director-General of the University Department in the Ministry of Education and continued liaising with the Rockefeller Foundation until the final agreement was made. With his new position, he modernized the teaching of science subjects and revised curricular, established laboratories and acquired up-to-date equipments for these laboratories. In 1925 Prince Mahidol went back to his alma mater, Harvard University, again to study medicine. He received his M.D.(cum laude) in 1928 and was elected a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha. Prince Mahidol returned to Thailand in December 1928. Prince Mahidol died on 24 September 1929 at the age of 37 years 8 months and 23 days. He was posthumously bestowed the title of Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin on 30 November 1929 by King Rama VII, and later the title of Somdej Phra Mahitalathibet Adulyadejvikrom Phra Boromarajachanok, by King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

    HRH Prince Mahidol first child, HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana was born on 10 May 1923 in London. His second child, HRH Prince Ananda Mahidol, later became King Ananda Mahidol, was born on 20 September 1925 in Heidelburg Germany. His third and last child, HRH Prince Bhumibol Adulyadej, who is now King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was born on 5 December 1927, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. His consort, HRH The Princess Mother, died on 18th July 1995, at the age of 95 year.

    During his short span of working life, HRH Prince Mahidol had taken up many positions related to education and medicine. He was Director-General of the University Department in the Ministry of Education; Chairman of the board of Faculty of Siriraj College of Medicine and Nursing; committee member of the council of Thai Red Cross Society; Chairman of organising committee of Vajira Hospital; invited lecturer of the Faculty of Science and Arts Chulalongkorn University; and resident doctor in McCormick Hospital in Chiangmai. His initiative and effort produced a most remarkable and lasting impact on the improvement of modern medicine and public health in Thailand, such that he was honored with the title of “ Father of Modern Medicine and Public Health of Thailand”


    HRH Prince Mahidol also left a legacy of his humanistic outlook and the believe in human dignity and worth in the form of several speech and pronouncements. One of his most memorable statements highly respected for its wisdom and moral value is “Let consideration of personal gain take second place for the overall benefit of mankind. Prestige and wealth are natural rewards for a just and sincere dedication to work”. This has become the guiding light for Prince of Songkla University, and adopted as its dedication statement.
           


     

    宋卡王子大学历史

    In 1962 the Department of Provincial Administration was assigned by the Thai government, through the Southern Development Committee, to initiate a project to set up a university in southern Thailand in accordance with the Southern Development plan. In the beginning, the Southern Thailand University Project Committee intended to set up a college of Arts and Sciences first before developing further into a full fledged university. The work had progressed smoothly to the stage that the committee had decided to survey and decide upon the area on which the university would be built. The first area chosen for surveying was “Tung Naren, Botong village, NongJig district, Pattani Province. However, the work of this committee came to a temporary stop due to budget curtailment in 1963 and due to the change of government. The work was resumed after a new Southern Development Committee was formed, headed by His Excellency Colonel Thanat Khoman, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    In 1965 the cabinet approved in principle, that the main campus of the university was to be at Ruesamilae village (now a subdistrict), Muang District, Pattani Province, and additional faculties or campuses were to be subsequently established in several other southern provinces. It was originally planned that the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Political Science, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy be located at Pattani Province, Yala Province, Muang district Songkla Provinces and Hat Yai district Songkla Province respectively.

    The Southern Thailand University Establishment Committee, set up in 1965 with Colonel Thanat Khoman as its chairman, was entrusted with the task of overseeing the construction of necessary university facilities and administering the fledgling institution. In the beginning the administration format of the university was in the form of a committee (the Southern Thailand University Establishment Committee) with its chairman, colonel Thanat Khoman, acting as the president of the university, and professor Stang Mongkolsuk as acting vice president. With temporary administration office situated in Bangkok, at a building of the Faculty of Science, University of Medicine (now a building of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Mahidol University), construction was commenced at Rusamilae, Pattani Province in 1966. While the institution was being built, for lack of an official name, the name of “Southern University” was adopted.

    In order that the university would be a center of the hearts and minds of Thai people as well as to bring good fortune, prosperity and success to the university, it was humbly requested that His Majesty the King bestowed a name on the university. On September 22, 1967 His Majesty the King graciously granted the university the name “Prince of Songkla University” in honor of his beloved father, His Royal Highness Somdej Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin. In commemoration of this auspicious occasion, the university has since proclaimed September, 22 of every year as “Songkla Nakarin Day”, one of the important dates in the calendar of yearly events of the university.

    In 1967, while still at its temporary site in Bangkok, the first group of 50 students enrolled in engineering programs in the Faculty of Engineering, the first faculty of the university. the Faculty of Science was also set up to service the teaching of basic science, humanities, and social science subjects to the students. The teaching of basic engineering subjects of practical nature were carried out with the co-operation of the Military Technical Training School. The first batch of 5 teaching staff members recruited by the university were, Dr. Pradit Sheoychitra, Dr. Nart Tuntawiroon, Dr. Prida Wibulswas, Dr. Siripong Sripipat, and Mr. Yenchai Laohavanich.

    While the construction of campus at Pattani was in progress, Prof. Stang Monkolsuk took the newly recruited teaching staffs on an on-site inspection of the campus. After which opinions prevailed that since the Pattani site is a seashore area, very high humidity and sea water vapor would lead to prohibitive maintenance cost for the up-keeping of the engineering laboratory equipments and engineering teaching facilities (which mainly would be of metal or electronics equipments) if the Faculty of Engineering were to situated there. It had been agreed to relocate the Faculty of Engineering to a new site to be decided upon later, and planned to establish the Faculty of Education and other faculties related to arts and social sciences at Pattani site instead. After a long search, it was decided that the Faculty of Engineering should be located in Hat Yai District, Songkla Province. Lady Atthakraweesunthorn, the surviving widow of Phraya Atthakraweesunthorn, who owned several plots of lands in the area had been approached. She kindly agreed to donate a plot of land total 690 rai (approximately 276 acres) at Tambon Korhong, Hat Yai district, Songkla Province to be used as a new campus of Prince of Songkla University upon which the Faculty of Engineering would be located.

    In 1968 the parliament passed Prince of Songkla University Act, which became effective on March 13 of that year. Prince of Songkla University thus proclaimed March 13 as its “Foundation Day”. On April 8, 1968 there was a royal decree established officially the first three organizational units in the university, namely the office of the president, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science. On April 17, 1968 a royal command was issued announcing His Excellency Colonel Thanat Khoman as the president of the university. Prof. Stang Mongkolsuk become again the vice president. In June 1968 the first group of 58 students enrolled in education programs in the Faculty of Education, with 33 major in Science and 25 in Liberal Arts. All the students of the Faculty of Education also studied at the temporary site in Bangkok. On November 9, 1968 all staffs and students of the Faculty of Education were moved to Pattani campus while those of the Faculty of Engineering were still in Bangkok. On December 5, 1968 there was a royal decree officially added the Faculty of Education as an organizational unit of the university.

    The Faculty of Science enrolled its first group of students, 60 in all, in 1969 academic year, and in that year construction at Hat Yai campus were started. On July 5, 1971 when it was partially completed, about two hundreds of all 2nd – 4th year students and staffs of the Faculty of Engineering were moved to the new campus at Hat Yai, while first year engineering students still studied in Bangkok. Not until at the beginning of the first semester of academic year 1972 was the moving of students and staffs of the Faculty of Engineering to Hat Yai campus completed.

    Realizing that computer application would play an important and increasing roll in the academic realm, a plan to set up the university computer center was drawn up as early as 1975. In order to increase its engagement with local communities, the university decided to set up a community college at Phuket Province in 1977, the first commuity college in Thailand. The Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Management sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources were established in 1973, 1975, 1976 and 1977 respectively. Enrollment of students into the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences started in 1979, the same year with the starting operation of the Graduate School. After more than 5 years under the umbrella of the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Nursing was formally established in 1980.

    First enrollment of students into the Faculty of Dentistry and the formal establishment of the Computer Center of the university both occurred in 1983. In the same year, by setting up a server “Sritrang.psu.th” which was the first server in Thailand, Prince of Songkla University became Thailand’s first gateway to the Internet. The first message sent from the Computer Center Prince of Songkla University to a server at the University of Melbourne on June 2, 1988 heralded the dawn of the Internet era in Thailand. As befitted its Pattani Campus which is situated in the area of diverse cultural background predominantly of Islamic culture, Prince of Songkla University established the College of Islamic Studies at Pattani Campus in 1989.

    Since then the university has progressed at an accelerated rate to its present state. After more than forty years of existence, Prince of Songkla University has become a university with four campuses and one education service area with the number of students reaching thirty thousands. Prince of Songkla University now consists of 25 faculties offering 238 programs of study, which are composed of 20 programs of doctoral or equivalent level, 9 programs of specialization in medicine, 86 programs of master degree level, 2 programs of graduate diploma level and 121 programs (4 – 6 year programs of study) of bachelor degree level.

    As an institution of higher learning, Prince of Songkla University is committed to academic excellence, reputable research and innovation. It has contributed significantly to the development of the country and consistently turned out well qualified graduates of high professional standing. The university is proud of its distinguished record of achievements in teaching, research, development and services to communities.

校长致辞

The president has adopted the method of communicating with the university community through this main channel “Message from the President” which is on the first page of the University Website. This is to let the university community know of the administration concept adopted and the important results of policy level meeting as well as opening two ways communication upon which students and university personnel can give administrative suggestion and complaint on official issues through “Direct Line to the President” (accessible only from computers within PSU Campus premises, or from off-campus computers authenticated through PSU Virtual Private Network).
website : http://www.intranet.psu.ac.th/president/ (Intranet only)

管理

The University’s direction of development which is consistent with the vision of becoming a leading university in Asia with the main objectives of producing graduates, providing academic services to community and involving in preservation of national heritage in arts and culture, all through research based platform, has been formalized and incorporated into the University policy and development plan for the period 2007-2011.

For further information, visit the websites below

行政

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Boonsom Siribumrungsukha
President
E-mail : boonsom.s@psu.ac.th


Assoc. Prof. Thavatchai Chuaprapasilp
Advisor to the President
E-mail : cthavatc@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surapon Arrykul
Foresight and Change Management Advisor Prince of Songkla University
E-mail : surapon.a@psu.ac.th

Miss Ruangnid Wannawong
Advisor to the President
E-mail : -

Mrs. Siriporn Sirisuwapong
Advisor to the President for
External Relations
E-mail : Siriporn.sir@psu.ac.th


Mr. Phichit Rerngsangvatana
Vice President
E-mail : phichit.r@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Padoongyot Duangmala
Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Community Engagement
E-mail : padoongyot.d@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thawat Chittrakarn
Vice President for Planning and Development
E-mail : tawat.c@psu.ac.th

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Chusak Limsakul
Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
E-mail : chusak.l@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Waran Tanchaiswad, M.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Personnel Development
E-mail : waran.t@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Uthai Khow-Ean, M.D.
Vice President for Hat Yai Campus
E-mail : uthai.k@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chatchai Ratanachai
Vice President for Outreach and International Affairs
E-mail : chatchai.r@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Niwat Keawpradub
Vice President for Student Development, Sport and Culture
E-mail : niwat.k@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Piti Trisdikoon
Vice President for Trang Campus
E-mail : piti.t@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Sompong Thongpong
Vice President for Pattani Campus
E-mail : tsompong@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof.Yupadee Chaisuksant
Vice President for Academic and International Affairs, Pattani Campus
E-mail : cyupadee@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Nifarid Raden-Ahmad
Vice President for Student and Culture, Pattani Campus
E- mail : rnifarid@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Nopporn Rienthong
Vice President for Planning and System Development, Pattani Campus
E-mail : rnopporn@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sieng Krisraneepaiboon
Vice President for Surat Thani Campus
E-mail : sieng.k@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Methi Sunbhanich
Vice President for Phuket Campus
E-mail : methi.s@psu.ac.th


Prof. Dr. Amoranrat Phongdara
Dean, Graduate School
E-mail :pamornra@yahoo.com

Asst. Prof. Dr. Rotchanatch Darnswadi
Dean, Faculty of Environmental Management
E-mail : ratchanatch.d@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wullop Santipracha
Dean, Faculty of Natural Resources
E-mail : wullop.s@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wilad Sattayasanskul
Dean, Faculty of Dentistry
E-mail : sieng.k@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aranya Chaowalit
Dean, Faculty of Nursing
E-mail : aranya.c@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Sumet Peeravud, M.D.
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
E-mail : sumet.p@psu.ac.th

Assist.Prof.Dr. Sirirat Pinsuwan
Dean, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
E-mail : sirirat.pi@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Awang Lanui
Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
E-mail : lawang@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Bussabong Chaijaroenwatana
Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences
E-mail :busabong@mgt.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chutamas Satasook
Dean, Faculty of Science
E-mail : chutamas.p@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Charoen nakason
Dean, Faculty of Science and Technology
E-mail :nacharoen@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Charun Bunyakan
Dean, Faclty of Engineering
E-mail : charun.b@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adisa Tea
Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts
E-mail : adisa.s@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Sompong Thongpong
Acting Dean, Faculty of Education
E-mail : tsompong@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Prof. Dr. Pavinee Chinachoti
Dean, Faculty of Agro-Industry
E-mail : pavinee.c@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sieng Krisraneepaiboon
Acting Dean, Faculty of Science and Industrial Technology
E-mail : sieng@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Puwadon Bootrat
Dean, Faculty of Technology and Environment
E-mail : pcc@psu.ac.th

Mr. Wasin Suwannarat
Dean, Faculty of Law
E-mail : dpadoong@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Piya Kittaworn
Dean, Faculty of Political Science
E-mail : kpiya@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Rawewan Chaumpluk
Acting Dean, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts
E-mail : crawewan@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Dr. Nitas Proukaew
Acting Dean, Faculty of Arts and Management Science
E-mail : nitas.p@psu.ac.th

Dr. Sakchai Kiripat
Dean, Faculty of Economics
E-mail : sakchai.k @psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Prathana Kunnaovakun
Dean, Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism
E-mail : kprathan@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Mr. Supachai Sangpunya
Dean, Faculty of International Studies
E-mail : supachai@phuket.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sanan Subhadhirasakul
Acting Dean, Faculty of Traditional Thai Medicine
E-mail : sanan.s@psu.ac.th


Mr. Viroj Pootong
Director, Phuket Community College
E-mail : viroj@phuket.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Pongsak Luadee
Director, Surat Thani Community College
E-mail : pongsak.l@psu.ac.th

Dr. Yusof Talek
Director, College of Islamic Studies
E-mail : ytalek@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Perapong Tekasakul
Director, Research and Development Office
E-mail : perapong.t@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Imjit Lertphongsombat
Director, Office of Academic Service
Acting Dean, Faculty of Communication Sciences
E-mail : limjit@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Paktra Kooburat
Dean, of the Faculty of Commerce and Management
E-mail : paktra.k@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sakchai Prechaverakul
Director, Computer Center
E-mail : sakchai.p@psu.ac.th

Dr. Krerkchai Thongnoo
Director, Scientific Equipment Center
E-mail : chachakrerkchai.t@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Panyarak Ngamsritragul
Director, Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center
E-mail : panya@me.psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Kamol Kongthong
Director, Princess Galyaniwattana Cultural Studies Institue
E-mail : kkamol@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th


Asst. Prof. Korn Sornlertlamvanich
Asst. President for Hat Yai Campus
E-mail : korn.s@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Kitja Sawangjaroen
Asst. President for International College
E-mail : kitja.s@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Wandee Suttharangsee
Asst. President for Academic Affairs
E-mail : wandee.s@psu.ac.th

Dr. Charuwan Kritpracha
Asst. President for Learning Resources
E-mail : charuwan.kr@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wichien Chatapote
Asst. President for International Affairs
E-mail : wichien.c@psu.ac.th

Assoc. Prof. Nuanjira Phatthrarangrong
Asst. President for Quality Assurance
E-mail : nuanjira.p@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Dr. Yutthana Tirawanichakul
Asst. President for Alumni Affairs
E-mail : yutthana.t@.psu.ac.th

Mr. Chuchat Polbandit
Asst. President for Student Affairs and Sport, Hat Yai Campus
E-mail : chuchat.p@psu.ac.th

Mrs. Panida Sukseemaung
Asst. President for Studern's Welfare and Services
E-mail : phanida.s@psu.ac.th

Dr. Suradet Charudhanasate
Asst. President for Admission
E-mail : suradej.c@psu.ac.th

Asst. Prof. Parinya Aroonvisoot
Asst. President for Academic Affairs and Human Resources Development
E-mail : parinya.a@psu.ac.th

机构(泰语)

The organizational structure of Prince of Songkla University has been developed with a view to make it flexible enough to accommodate the diverse growth pattern of a multi-campus university that consists of campuses of different sizes and different emphasized areas of specialization. The organizational and administrative charts of the University may be found at
Organizational Structure(pdf)

决策

Policy and University Development Plan for the Period 2007-2011

Based on the analysis in the external context of both global and national levels as well as the internal context which is composed of the report of assessment of the president performance, quality assurance and SWOT analysis; the direction of development of Prince of Songkla University which is consistent with the university vision of becoming a leading university in Asia with the main objectives of producing graduates, providing academic services to community and involving in preservation of national heritage in arts and culture, all through the research based platform, has been formalized and incorporated into the university policy and development plan for the period 2007-2011. The directions of development adopted may be categorized into 6 main directions as follows.

1. To be a research intensive university focusing on creating a system which will change the organization culture to one which relies more on research and graduate studies.
2. To be a center of excellence in certain areas or fields of studies which hopefully will raise the university status in the academic world, and to set example for the organization culture which adheres to the main mission of the university. The university is targeted to become an authority on the subjects of para rubber, oil palm, sea food, Songkla Lake and Islamic studies.
3. To produce academically competent graduates, who are good citizens and possess potential for self-learning, up to date knowledge, problem-solving skills and social-help consciousness.
4. To be a university which concerns with university-community engagement, nurture the community through teaching, research and academic services by using an approach which will increase the community potential for life-long attainment of knowledge.
5. To promote equals development opportunities, and close cooperation between campuses, creating a management system which will lead to a high performance organization of clearly identifiable organization structure, strategic plan, development plan, faculty and staff development plan, finance and budgetary plan, plan for delegation of authority, and performance assessment plan, and always puts significance shortage problems high on the university agenda.
6. To be an institution of learning and development of potential of people as well as an institution of good governance, by promoting an organization culture on the assessment and evaluation processes which is transparent, accountable, fair and impartial, based on the principles of shared vision and collegiate decision.

Prince of Songkla University has adopted the aforementioned view points as its policy and development plan for the period 2007-2011. They will be used as guidelines in administering the university to achieve a lasting growth, and as driving forces which will power Prince of Songkla university towards an Intellectual University of the future.

Roll of the University Presidents


His Excellency Colonel (Senior) Thanat  Khoman      April 1968 – March 1969


Prof. Dr. Stang   Mongkolsuk      March 1969 – July 1971


Prof. Dr. Buares   Kamthong     July 1971 – July 1973


Prof. Sawas  Sakulthai, M.D.      July 1973 – July 1975


Assist. Prof. Dr. Phasook  Kullavanij      July 1975 – July 1979


Prof. Thongchan  Hongladarom      July 1979 – April 1985


Assist. Prof. Dr. Phasook  Kullavanij      July 1985 – May 1991


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siripong  Sripipat      June 1991 – May 1997


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sunthorn  Sotthibandhu      June 1997 – May 2000


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prasert  Chitapong      June 2000 – March 2006


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Boonsom Siribumrungsukha      June 2006 – present

University Council

The by-law power and duty of the university council are as follows:

The university council shall have the powers and duties to control and supervise the affairs of the university in general, and especially in the following matters;

1. To set the policy of the university relating to education, research, academic services, preservation and imparting of national heritage in arts and culture, in conformity with the state policy in general and in relation to the southern Thailand in particular;
2. To issue rules and regulations of the university, or to delegate authority to any governmental units within the university to issue rules and regulations in relation to any particular matter which shall be applied to the said units;
3. To approve the award of degrees, graduate certificates, diplomas and certificates;
4. To consider and propose the establishment, merger and abolition of the office of a campus, graduate school, faculty, college, institute, center, bureau, organizational unit called by other name, and department;
5. To approve and terminate the affiliation of higher or advanced institutes and research institutes;
6. To elevate an education service area of the university to a campus status;
7. To consider and give advice on the appointment and dismissal or revocation of the title of professor, by the King, of the university president, professors, and special professors;
8. To consider and approve the appointment and dismissal of the vice-president, dean, director of a college, director of an institute, director of a bureau, director of a center, including the deputies of the said offices, if any, as well as the head of department or the head of any organizational unit called by other name, emeritus professor, special associate professor and special assistant professor;
9. To consider and approve education programs in accordance with the university policy and the standard stipulated by the Ministry of Education;
10. To issue rules and regulations relating to the management of finance and properties of the university;
11. To consider and approve the revenue budget of the university;
12. To appoint a committee or any person to consider and give opinion on any matter or to do any act within the powers and duties of the university council;
13. To appoint a person whose qualification satisfies article 20 of the Prince of Songkla University Act as acting president in the case that the office of the president is vacant;
14. To perform other duties relating to the university affairs which have not been specifically entrusted to any particular person.

University Council

基金会和基金

The Foundation/ Funds established by or affiliated to Prince of Songkla University are as follows

  1. Prince Mahidol’s 100th Years Special Fund: In commemoration of the auspicious occasion of 100th anniversary of the birth of His Royal Highness Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, whose initiative and efforts produced the strong foundation on which modern medical and public health education in Thailand is based such that His Royal Highness has been honored as” the Father of Modern Medicine and Public Health of Thailand”, Prince of Songkla University has launched “Prince Mahidol’s 100th Years Special Fund” in 1992. Further details of the Fund may be found at the website (Thai) : Prince Mahidol’s 100th Years Special Fund
  2. Prince of Sonkla University Foundation has been established in order to support and promote the education and related activities of Prince of Songkla University, to provide financial support for students, to support research and to provide financial aids for faculty members who need to further their education, to cooperate with other nonprofit organizations in the matters which are not politically related. Further details of the Foundation may be found at the website (Thai) : Prince of Sonkla University Foundation
  3. Princess Mother’s 100th Year Honored Fund, Faculty of Dentistry has been established to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Princess Mother. Its principal objective is to provide and promote dental care for the people, especially for the rural communities, through the volunteer services organized by the Faculty of Dentistry. Further details of the Fund may be found at the website (Thai) : Princess Mother’s 100th Year Honored Fund, Faculty of Dentistry

名人堂

หอเกียรติคุณจัดทำขึ้นเพื่อเชิดชูเกียรติ ผู้ทรงคุณวุฒิและบุคลากรมหาวิทยาลัยซึ่งได้รับรางวัลอาจารย์ตัวอย่าง และผลงานดีเด่น โดยในปี 2551 มีผู้ได้รับรางวัลดังนี้

1. อาจารย์ตัวอย่างของมหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ ประจำปี 2551
  • อาจารย์ตัวอย่างด้านการเรียนการสอน
    • รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.อรัญ หันพงศ์กิตติกูล ภาควิชาเทคโนโลยีชีวภาพอุตสาหกรรม คณะอุตสาหกรรมเกษตร
  • อาจารย์ตัวอย่างด้านการวิจัย (สาขาวิทยาศาสตร์และเทคโนโลยี)
    • รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.เจริญ นาคะสรรค์ ภาควิชาเทคโนโลยียางและพอลิเมอร์ คณะวิทยาศาสตร์และเทคโนโลยี
    • ศาสตราจารย์ ดร.วัชรินทร์ รุกขไชยศิริกุล ภาควิชาเคมี คณะวิทยาศาสตร์
  • อาจารย์ตัวอย่างด้านการบริการวิชาการ
    • รองศาสตราจารย์ดร.นพรัตน์ บำรุงรักษ์ ภาควิชาชีววิทยา คณะวิทยาศาสตร์
  • อาจารย์ตัวอย่างด้านทำนุบำรุงศิลปวัฒนธรรม
    • ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์นิสิตา บำรุงวงศ์ ภาควิชาเภสัชวิทยา คณะวิทยาศาสตร์
  • อาจารย์ตัวอย่างรุ่นใหม่ มหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์
    • ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ นายแพทย์จิตติ หาญประเสริฐพงษ์ ภาควิชาสูติศาสตร์และนรีเวชวิทยาคณะแพทยศาสตร์

2. ผลงานดีเด่นของมหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ ประจำปี 2551

มหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ ได้คัดเลือกผลงานดีเด่นของมหาวิทยาลัยประจำปี 2551 ซึ่งเจ้าของผลงานจะได้เข้ารับโล่เกียรติยศและการประกาศเกียรติคุณ ในงานวันสงขลานครินทร์ วันที่ 22 กันยายน 2551 โดยมีผลงานได้รับการคัดเลือกในสาขาต่างๆ ดังนี้

  • สาขาสิ่งประดิษฐ์ผลงาน
    • โครงการคอมพิวเตอร์แบบเบรลล์ของ ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.พิชญา ตัณฑัยย์และคณะ คณะวิศวกรรมศาสตร์
  • สาขาการวิจัยด้านวิทยาศาสตร์และเทคโนโลยี (ได้รับการพิจารณา 2 ผลงาน)
    • ผลงาน โครงการการผลิตโลหะกึ่งแข็งของ ดร.เจษฏา วรรณสินธุ์และคณะ คณะวิศวกรรมศาสตร์
    • ผลงาน โครงการผลิตภัณฑ์เชื้อแบคทีเรียปฏิปักษ์แบบฟู่สำหรับควบคุมโรคกาบใบแห้งของข้าวโดยชีววิธีของ รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.ฤดีกร วิวัฒนปฐพีและคณะ คณะเภสัชศาสตร์

3. คนดีศรีตรัง

เว็บไซต์ หอเกียรติคุณ

校区

Prince of Songkla University is the first university in Southern Thailand. The construction of buildings and necessary facilities was commenced in 1966 at Tambon Ruesamilae, Pattani Province. At first the University was named “the University of Southern Thailand”. However, on September 22, 1967 His Majesty the King graciously granted the University the name “Prince of Songkla University” in honor of his beloved father, “His Royal Highness Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin”. On March 12, 1968 Prince of Songkla University Act was announced in the Royal Gazette, and the Act became effective on March 13, 1968. March 13 is thus recognized as the foundation day of the University. Since its inception, Prince of Songkla University has played a significant roles in the development of Southern Thailand in accordance with the education development plan of the country which is in itself the foundation for economics and social development that aims for a peaceful and equitable coexistent of the people. The University has become the tertiary education institution which carries the largest share of academic services for both rural and urban communities of Southern Thailand. At the present, Prince of Songkla University consists of five campuses. Each campus is committed to academic excellence, strong social responsibility and active engagement in community services. Wherever practicable, the services provided will be tailored to meet the requirement and consistent with the need of local communities.


วิทยาเขตของมหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ มีดังต่อไปนี้

Campuses

Hat Yai Campus

 
 

Pattani Campus

 
 

Phuket Campus

 

Surat Thani Campus

 

Trang Campus

 

北大年校区

Prince of Songkla University is the first university in Southern Thailand. The construction of buildings and necessary facilities was commenced in 1966 at Tambon Ruesamilae, Pattani Province. At first the University was named “the University of Southern Thailand”. However, on September 22, 1967 His Majesty the King graciously granted the University the name “Prince of Songkla University” in honor of his beloved father, “His Royal Highness Chao Fa Mahidol Adulyadej Kromma Luang Songkla Nakarin”. On March 12, 1968 Prince of Songkla University Act was announced in the Royal Gazette, and the Act became effective on March 13, 1968. March 13 is thus recognized as the foundation day of the University. Since its inception, Prince of Songkla University has played a significant roles in the development of Southern Thailand in accordance with the education development plan of the country which is in itself the foundation for economics and social development that aims for a peaceful and equitable coexistent of the people. The University has become the tertiary education institution which carries the largest share of academic services for both rural and urban communities of Southern Thailand. At the present, Prince of Songkla University consists of five campuses with Pattani Campus the Southernmost Campus. Pattani Campus is situated at Tambon Ruesamilae, Muang District, Pattani Province. It has six faculties and one college which provide several undergraduate and graduate programs of study. Further information about the Campus may found through the links shown below.


Pattani Campus Website : http://www.pn.psu.ac.th

Pattani Campus


 
 


中心行政办公室和单位

The central administration offices and units of Pattani Campus that provide important services to staff, students and personnel of the Campus are as listed.

北大年校区校长办公室

For further information contact 0-73313928 – 45
website http://www.pn.psu.ac.th/sna.php

The Office of the President, Pattani Campus consists of the following units :

Administrative Affairs Division

The Administrative Affairs Division of Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus consists of seven sub-divisions, namely, Document and Files, Personnel, Materials and Supplies, Public Relation, Finance and Accounting, Transportation, Building and Ground and Maintenance sub-divisions (Building and Ground and Maintenance sub-division is in the process of upgrading to a full division).

Academic Service Division

At the present, the Academic Service Division consists of four sub-divisions, namely, Student Registration and Statistics, Curriculum and Staff Development, International Relation, Administrative Service sub-divisions. Its principal duties are to provide education services; support academic development, coordinate and support students and faculties in the matters relating to the teaching and learning activities, curriculum and research works. Promoting international relation activities in order to internationalize the Campus is also one of its main objectives. The division is involved with students from the time of their enrollment until the time they leave the University.

Student Affairs Division (Establishment project)

The Student Affairs Division (Establishment project) was initially a sub-division within the Academic Service Division. Administratively, it is under supervision of the Vice President for Student Development and Community, Pattani Campus. The Student Affairs Division (Establishment project) consists of three sub-divisions, namely, Student Affairs, Student Counseling, Student Welfares and Services sub-divisions. In addition, two more sub-divisions are internally and informally established, namely, the Student Development and the Administrative Affairs sub-divisions. Its goals are to provide students with friendly environment and suitable amenities necessary for happy university lives. Furthermore, it aims to help developing and preparing students to possess good personality, ready academically and ethically to face the outside world after their graduation.

Building and Ground and Maintenance Division (Establishment project)

Building and Ground and Maintenance sub-division is going through the process of upgrading to a full division status. Its mission is to provide good quality service to staffs and students of Pattani Campus regarding the keeping up of well maintained student dormitories, and staff residential compounds, maintaining and improving quality of public utilities of the Campus, managing overall landscaping works and looking after of the environmental problems within the Campus.

Planning Division (Establishment project)

The Panning Division has the responsibility of preparing the overall planning of Pattani Campus including Work planning, Budgetary planning, Personnel planning. It has the duty to follow up the progress of work and to coordinate the operation of faculties and units of the Campus in order that the works are carried out as planned and according to schedules as well as to reconsider, modify, assess the plans as well as collecting all relevant information in order to use them in preparing the management planning and resource allocation. Strengthening institution research in order to support the planning and development, and establishing the physical master plan which is consistent with the education development plan of the University are also its responsibility.

教学服务办公室

Address : Office of Academic Services, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus
181 Charoenpradit Road, Tambon Ruesamilae, Amphoe Muang, Pattani , 94000
Telephone : 0-7333-1300, 0-7331-3928-50 ต่อ 1402
Fax : 0-7333-3587
E-Mail : Acad-services@bunga.pn.psu.ac.th , Acad-services@ratree.psu.ac.th
Website : http://oas.psu.ac.th

Vision:

To be an organization that provides excellence quality services in all of its work, and constantly develop its services to always attain national standard quality.


Mission:


- Provide learning resources services efficiently to support the research oriented university through electronic library system and to participate in developing an intellectual society.


- Produce new services, develop and promote education technology innovation to support the principal mission of the University in progressing towards an established research oriented university and e-university.


- Develop the management system to support the main mission of the Office of Academic Services as well as developing all of its units so as to become a recognizes learning organization.

About the Office:

Initially, during the last two decades of the last century, the University favored the policy of centralizing the administration of the library services and education technology service units of both Hat Yai and Pattani Campuses in order to achieve a unified work system and to increase efficiency regarding learning, teaching, research and academic services. In May 1989 the Office of Academic Services was set up by combining the services units on academic matter, namely, the J.F. Kennedy Library, the Education Technology Center, Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn Library (renamed later as Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn Leaning Resources Center), the Health Science Library of the Faculty of Medicine together; and a new unit, the secretary unit has been added.

Later in November 2007, due to the change in policy, the University has separated and upgraded Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn center to be Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Office. Since August 2008, the management of Health Science Library has been transferred to Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Office.

Internal Units of The Office of Academic Services:


The Office of Academic Services consists of the following units:

1.The Secretary Office


2.The J.F. Kennedy Library


3.Education Technology Unit

推广和继续教育办公室

Telephone 0-7333-1302
Website http://exten.pn.psu.ac.th/

Vision:


To be a leading organization that provides comprehensive, diverse, excellence in quality academic services conforming with the need of targeted groups for the development of the rural communities and the region within 2012.


Mission:


1.To promote and develop the personnel of the Office to be efficient in academic services.
2. To promote researches and create, develop, integrate the academic service knowledge.
3. To provide comprehensive academic services in diverse formats, and with excellence quality.
4. To adopt the management system that promotes and support flexible academic services of good quality.
5. To employ quality assurance system in the management of academic services.
6. To develop information system and information network in academic services
7. To build and develop conference centers that are fully equipped with suitable resources and personnel for academic services management.

About the Office:


Office of Extension and Continuing Education Prince of Songkla University was formerly known as the Extension Education and Special Training Project that had been established in response to one of the principal policy of the University, that is to provide academic services for the society. It acts as a central unit in utilizing the man power/ technology/ and equipment resources of the University in providing academic services to the communities, especially the communities in Southern Thailand. The Office was officially established in June 1986 as a central unit of the University with faculty status. Its principal duties are to provide academic services to the communities such as organizing seminar, improving community strength, providing places of learning for communities, demonstrating food servicing, providing learning media such as VDO on Demand and Radio on Demand. Its internal units consist of the Secretary, Training and Continuing Education, Promotion and Dissemination, Extension and Continuing Education Hat Yai Campus, Community Academic Service units. The Office operates three academic service stations, namely, Chana, Thepa and Pattani academic service stations.


Contact :


• Office of Extension and Continuing Education; Tel: 073-331302, 073-313928-50 Ext. 1329, Fax: 073-335911
• Training and Continuing Education; Tel: 073-312293 , 073-313928-50 Ext. 1332, Fax: 073-312293

• Promotion and Dissemination: Tel 073-313928 Ext. 1333
• Extension and Continuing Education, Hat Yai Campus; Tel: 074-286970-2, Fax: 074-286971
• Community Services: Tel: 073-313928 Ext: 1331
• Chana Academic Service Station, Tel: 074-477172
• Thepa Academic Service Station, Tel: 081-9632889
• Pattani Academic Service Station, Tel: 073-336496

宋卡王子大学北大年校区教务会

Website http://senate.pn.psu.ac.th/

PSU Faculty Senate is an organization that was set up according to the regulation “ the Prince of Songkla University Council regulation on PSU Faculty Senate, B.E. 1979”.

质量保证部

Website http://qa.pn.psu.ac.th/index.php

Vision


To be a successful quality assurance organization that is relied upon by the University to maintain and develop the quality of its academic excellence.

Policy

  1. On the development of the system and mechanism of quality assurance: To use the University’s policy on quality assurance as guide lines in its operation at both the University level and for the assessment of its own office.
  2. On the development of quality assurance personnel: To develop quality assurance personnel in accordance with the operation plan of the University for all levels and for every internal organizations.
  3. On research: To carry out researches and applied them to develop the University.
  4. On academic services: To initially carry out academic services in a reactive manner until the unit possess higher potential.
  5. On public relation: To publicize both the movement and the academic contents of the quality assurance of the University economically and with most benefit.

Goals:

  1. Develop the system and mechanism of quality assurance of every faculty/ unit to completion in March 19002.
  2. Pass the first trial assessment of the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA) in 2002.
  3. Integrated the quality assurance system and the administration system by 2005.
  4. Develop the quality assurance system to reach international standard in 2007.

北大年注册办公室

Website  http://mis-pattani.pn.psu.ac.th/registra/misc/web_page/

The Registration Office Pattani Campus is responsible for the processing of enrollment and academic performance of students of Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus. Its main duties including:

    • Arrange and carry out the registration of newly admitted students.
    • Organize subject registration for students, add/ withdrawn subjects, change class-section.
    • Process and announce the results of academic performance and probation status of students for each semester.
    • Issue Student Identity Cards.
    • Co-ordinate examination timetabling and assigning of examination venues.
    • Carry out the program completion verification for students of every program of study, and submit the results to the University Council for the granting of degrees/ diploma.
    • Carry out other duties concerning with the record/ documentation of the matters relating to academic/ discipline.

北大年国际交流办公室

Website  http://intl.pn.psu.ac.th/index.php

Vision:


The University is recognized as a leading academic institution of international standing with emphasis on the development of the body of knowledge, and the development of society and culture.

Mission:

Employ international affairs activities as the tools in transferring knowledge and technology from abroad to the University in order to support researches, learning and teaching activities and staff development. Devise suitable strategy in adverting the University activities and accomplishment to the international communities.

校园指示图

Pattani Campus Location/ Direction Map

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Map of Pattani Campus

คลิ๊กเพื่อขยาย

学生服务和设施

Services and facilities available at Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus are as follows:

Student Dormitories

     - The Campus has ten dormitory buildings. Every first year student will be permitted to stay in the dormitories.

Health Care

     1. Normal health care service for students is available at the health care center, Student Affairs
     2. All students will be provided with health and accident insurance.
     3. In case of illness, students can seek treatment at either Songklanagarind Hospital or Pattani Hospital or Yala Hospital
     4. In case of accident, students can seek emergency treatment at government or private hospital, clinic or polyclinic anywhere.

Grants and Financial Aids

     1. Financial aids in exchange for work
     2. General grants and scholarships
     3. Financial aids in the form of “education fee waiving” grant

Loans

     1. Education Loan: Student may ask for loan from the Campus for an amount not exceeding 2000 Baht
     2. Student Loans Fund: The government has set up Student Loan Fund to help undergraduate students who lack financial support. The loan limit is 200,000 Baht/student/academic year.

Student Activities / Sports and Athletics

     - The main student organizations of Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus are the Student Council and the Student Administrative Board. There are also the student association of each faculty, various academic and volunteer service clubs and several sport clubs. Available sport facilities are two soccer fields, two large petanque courts, tennis, basketball, volleyball, sepak takraw courts, boxing ring, taekwondo ring, aerobic floor, swimming pool, health park, boating area (with kayaks and long boats).

Other Facilities

     - library
     - Art and Cultural Hall, cultural park
     - Demonstration schools (primary school level and high school level)
     - Cable TV in the common room of every dormitory
     - Telephones in every dormitory
     - CCTV system covering the entire area of the Campus and in every building, and good security system.
     - Vehicles (belonging to Faculties and central administration) for necessary transportation of students and personnel of the Campus.
     - Computer and internet facilities, including wireless internet in every faculty and every dormitory
     - Accessible IT and data base system
     - Bank and ATMs
     - Post office
     - Mini-marts
     - Cafeterias with foods suitable for students of various religions

约翰•肯尼迪图书馆

website http://tanee.oas.psu.ac.th

     The setting up of John F. Kennedy Library came from the initiative of His Excellency Colonel Thanat Khoman, the Univerity first president and a committee member of the John F. Kennedy Foundation. After consultation with the rest of the committee, the foundation responded with a grant of 3,595,000 Baht for the construction of a two-storey building of the library, which was subsequently named the John F. Kennedy Library. The library, fully air-conditioned and with floor area of 1200 square meters, was completed in July 1972 and officially opened in 1973.

     A new library building with floor area of 5000 square meters, 500 seating capacity and fully air-conditioned was further built connected to the first building in 1986 at the cost of 33,000,000 Baht. The building was designed as a three-storey building but due to budget restraint only the first two storey was built. In the fiscal years 1995 the library received a special budget of 17,000,000 Baht, spreading over three years, earmarked for the development which would make the library an automatic library according to the Development of Provincial University Libraries System (PULINET) project.

     Subsequently in 2000, the third storey of the library building was completed to the tune of 19,650,000 Baht. The John F. Kennedy Library now has total floor area of 8,100 square meters with the seating capacity of 850, and fully air-coditioned.

Opening Time:

     During Semester Sessions:
          Monday-Friday 08.30 am-09.30 pm
          Saturday 09.00 am-08.00 pm
          Sunday 09.00 am-05.00 pm
          Two weeks before the start of final examination 09.00 am-05.00 pm

     During Summer Semester Session:
          Monday-Friday 08.30 am-5.30 pm
          Saturday 08.30 am-04.30 pm
          Sunday Closed

     Semester Breaks:
          Monday-Friday 08.30 am-4.30 pm
          Saturday-Sunday Closed

          Public Holidays Closed

健康与体育发展中心

Website  http://sport.pn.psu.ac.th/home.html

Objectives:

1. To encourage sport activities, exercises and health development.
2. To be the center in organizing activities that promote sport and health.
3. To develop sport skills of students and university personnel.
4. To be the center of academic information about sports and health.
5. To be the unit that has the responsibility in supervising/ managing the services and development of sport and health facilities of the University.

Vision:

To be the unit that provides excellence sports and health facilities to university personnel, students and school children of the University Demonstration School who want to play sports or do exercise; and to be successful in encouraging people of the community to take up exercise as a life-long activity.

Mission:


1. To provide sport science knowledge to university personnel and students.
2. To provide support in organizing sport and health activities.
3. To employ proactive service management that encourages participatory involvement and quickly responses to the need of the users.
4. To develop sports and facilities of the University so that they are up to date, and adequate in quantity.

天然橡胶技术卓越中心

Website  http://www.coe-nr.org/home.html

Vision:

To be a leading research center of excellence based on its research works, and to be relied upon by the society as the sources of knowledge on natural rubber technology.

Objectives:

1. To develop the body of knowledge and rubber production technology by putting emphasis on the modification of rubber molecule, the production of rubber products, products from Elastomer blends natural rubber, thermoplastic natural rubber (TPNR) with special properties such as oil resistance or aging resistance.
2. To develop collaboration between universities, research organizations nationally and internationally in order to set up research networks and produce new researchers.
3. To disseminate research works and academic services on rubber technology, especially to the industrial sector, related government organizations, agricultural groups, cooperative groups and other organizations involving with rubber.
4. To support the learning and teaching on rubber technology at undergraduate and graduate levels both inside and outside the Faculty of Science and Technology, Pattani Campus.

宋卡王子大学北大年校区电台

Website: http://radio.oas.psu.ac.th/

PSU Radio Station Pattani Campus is an autonomus unit under the supervision of Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus. The radio station has been developed continuously, a higher power transmitter and additional accessory equipments were installed so that the broadcasting now covers the entire area of Pattani Province and some parts of the adjacent provinces. The primary responsibilities of the PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station are as follows:

1. To publicize the missions and activities of the Pattani Campus.
2. To broadcast local news, relay news transmission of the Radio of Thailand, relay transmission of Thai Language News of several prominent radio stations.
3. To be a training place for students who take courses in radio broadcasting or related courses.
4. To produce and broadcast programs which involve participation of citizens of the communities in raising and trying to find solutions for the problems in the society and communities.
5. To produce and broadcast/ relay transmission/ re-transmit education programs to improve the education of high school level students of the southern boarder provinces which have been plagued by the unrest problems so much so that the standard of education in the area is much below national standard, so that they stand a better chance to succeed in the university entrance examination/ university admission.

ISEAMS---东南亚沿海国家研究所

Website : http://iseams.pn.psu.ac.th/

History:
The tendency for regionalization and internationalization of the world community in the age of globalization and
information society is the catalyst which necessitates a better understanding of the culture and overall potential of ourselves and of our neighboring countries, especially those of the Southeast Asian Maritime States which consists of Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bruneidaruslam, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand. The Pattani Campus, Prince of Songkla University has realized the importance and necessity of such understanding of our neighboring countries, and has set up the Institute of Southeast Asian Maritime States Studies to carry out the work and to create friendly relationships among the Southeast Asian Maritime States. The followings are the main issues and area of study which are of interest to the institute.

1. To study and gather past and present information about politics, administration, culture, economics of the southern boarder provinces, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwas Provinces, with emphasis on Pattani.
2. To study the common characteristics and traits in races, religions, and culture of the people of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwas, Songkla provinces and compare them with those of the Southeast Asian Maritime States.
3. To study the influences, advantages and drawbacks of various existing regional cooperation treaties or trade agreements, such as ASIAN, NAM, AFTA, APEC, IMT-GT, on the Asian Maritime States.
4. To give special attention to the study of our neighboring countries on the east and west, namely Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, which have similar culture, and historically have a mixed relationship with Thailand. These countries are now members of ASEAN.

卡莱亚尼瓦塔纳文化研究所

Telephone : 0-7333-1250
Website: http://culture.pn.psu.ac.th/mainpage/index.php

Vision:

Kalayaniwattana Cultural Studies Institute is a place that gather and collect cultural information and organized cultural learning activities of the multi-culture society, using researches as its foundation.

Mission:

1. To gather information, and study, research, develop and disseminate arts and culture in conforming with a principal mission of the University.
2. To coordinate with Faculties, Campuses and other organizations within and outside the University and collaborate in developing cultural studies sites and organize cultural activities.
3. To provide information services on culture and encourage the development of life-long learning behavior.

合艾校区


Prince of Songkla University is the first university in Southern Thailand. The construction of buildings and necessary facilities was first commenced in 1966 at Tambon Ruesamilae, Pattani Province. Three year later, in 1969, construction of buildings and facilities was started at the second Campus, at Tambon Korhong, Hat Yai District, Songkla Province. In 1971, when the construction of facilities at the second Campus was partially completed, about two hundreds of all 2nd – 4th year students and staff of the Faculty of Engineering were moved to the new campus at Hat Yai, while first year engineering students still studied at the temporary site at Bangkok. Before the starting of the first semester of academic year 1972, the temporary University site at Bangkok was closed and the rest of students and staff of the Faculty of Engineering and all of the students and staff of the Faculty of Science were moved to Hat Yai Campus. The central administration of Prince of Songkla University was relocated to its permanent site at Hay Yai Campus. Since then the Campus has developed tremendously. It now has fourteen faculties which offer hundreds of programs of study ranging from undergraduate to post doctoral levels. Further information about the Campus may found through the links shown below :

Hat Yai Campus Website: http://www.hatyai.psu.ac.th

Campuses

Hat Yai Campus  
 

中心行政办公室和单位

The followings are central administration offices and units of Hat Yai Campus that provide important services to staff, students and personnel of the University.
  • Office of the President
  • Research and Development Office
  • Office of Quality Assurance
  • Office of PSU History Hall
  • Office of PSU Alumni Relation
  • Internal Audit Unit
  • Registration Office
  • Curriculum and Staff Development Unit
  • PSU Faculty Senate Hat Yai Campus
  • PSU Supporting Staff Council Hat Yai Campus
  • Staff Club Hat Yai Campus
  • PSU Saving and Credit Cooperative Limited
  • PSU Service Cooperative Limited
  • 校长办公室

    Office of the President consists of the following divisions:
    1. General Affairs Division

    In its infant period between the years 1968-1971, the Office of the President was the only center of clerical and administrative office of the University since the number of staff at that time was small and the work load was minimal. The internal divisions of the office, if any, was informal and for convenient only. In the period between the years 1972-1976, the Office of the President was partitioned into four divisions; general affairs, planning and development, academic, and student affairs. The General Affairs Division was further divided into clerical services, welfares (including buildings and ground), finances and personnel sub-divisions. In 1977, to be in accord with the administrative format of each campus which consisted of one vice president for the campus and five assistant presidents, the Office of the President was regrouped into five divisions, namely, administrative, planning and development, academic, student affairs, and welfares divisions.

    In 1979, the central administrative works of the University and its campuses were revamped and formally submitted for approval by the Bureau of University Affairs. The proposed reorganization was approved on June 2, 1979. As the results, the University is now compost of seven divisions locating at Hat Yai campus and two divisions locating at Pattani campus. The General Affairs division is one of the seven divisions in Hat Yai campus, and it is further divided into six sub-divisions.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2021 -24
    website (Thai) http://www.general.psu.ac.th/
    2. Finance Division

    The Finance Division is responsible for overall management of financial and monetary affairs of the University, including book keeping of disbursement, purchasing of materials and supplies and inventory of equipments. Working speedily and correctly, complying with monetary and financial rules and regulation, using up to date technology, continually aiming for self-development and work-development, and striving for satisfaction of the customers, are the principal objectives of the division.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2130 -49
    website (Thai) http://www.finance.psu.ac.th/

    3. Personnel Division

    The Personnel Division duties are to support and improve the administration of personnel of the University so that it can be carried out efficiently and fairly according to the existing rules and regulation. Its other important duties are to provide information, answer queries, give suggestion or recommendation to university executives, personnel, and other organizational units of the university.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7421-3065
    website (Thai) http://www.personnel.psu.ac.th/

    4. Building and Ground Division

    The Building and Ground Division is responsible for the construction works and utilization of usable area of the Campus, managing and maintaining services regarding transport, accommodation, public utilities, landscaping works of the Campus. Keeping house registration documents and managing security system of the Campus are also its responsibility.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2170 -2
    website (Thai) http://www.building.psu.ac.th/

    5. Student Affairs Division

    The student affairs division is officially an organizational unit within the Office of the President since 1979. Initially it consisted of three sub-divisions and one unit, namely, counseling and job placement, Student Services and Welfares, Student Affairs sub-divisions and Clerical Service unit. On September 20, 1988, the Clerical Service unit has been raised to the sub-division status and subsequently, on December 3, 2004, two additional units, namely the Information Unit and the International Affairs Unit were added.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2201 -5
    website (Thai)http://student.psu.ac.th/news/

    6. Planning Division

    The principal roles of the Planning Division are to provide necessary information to support the decision making of university executives, to coordinate and give advices to the Faculties and organizational units of the university in devising policies and plans and in utilization of resources, and to follow up and make the assessment of the results systematically. The division’s objective is to perform its duty efficiently in a service-consciousness manner employing the proactive approach, as well as to design and implement institutional research. Realizing that the possession of ready to use and up to date information is a prerequisite to gain the trust of those concerned, and a necessary ingredient for the university to achieve its objective, the Planning Division is committed to continually develop and improve its information system.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2069
    website (Thai) http://www.planning.psu.ac.th/

    7. Education Service Division

    The Education Service Division was formally established in 1979, to be the central unit which provides necessary support in working out the policy and intention of the university according to its primary mission in the management of education, research, academic services and international relation. It is the duty of this division to carry out the policy coordination so as to bring about the best practice in the Faculty, college, center, institute, consistent with the vision, mission, strategic and tactical plans of the university.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2241 -55
    website (Thai) http://www.eduservice.psu.ac.th/

    General Affairs Division

    In its infant period between the years 1968-1971, the Office of the President was the only center of clerical and administrative office of the university since the number of staff at that time was small and the work load was minimal. The internal divisions of the office, if any, was informal and for convenient only. In the period between the years 1972-1976, the Office of the President was partitioned into four divisions; general affairs, planning and development, academic, and student affairs. The General Affairs Division was further divided into clerical services, welfares (including buildings and ground), finances and personnel sub-divisions. In 1977, to be in accord with the administrative format of each campus which consisted of one vice president for the campus and five assistant presidents, the Office of the President was regrouped into five divisions, namely, administrative, planning and development, academic, student affairs, and welfares divisions.

    In 1979, the central administrative works of the university and its campuses were revamped and formally submitted for approval by the Bureau of University Affairs. The proposed reorganization was approved on June 2, 1979. As the results, the university is now compost of seven divisions locating at Hat Yai campus and two divisions locating at Pattani campus. The General Affairs division is one of the seven divisions in Hat Yai campus, and it is further divided into six sub-divisions as follows:

    1. Document and File Sub-division,
    2. Committee Meeting Service Sub-division,
    3. Public Relation Sub-division,
    4. Secretariat Service Sub-division,
    5. Bangkok Liaison office Sub-division,
    6. Faculty Senate Service Sub-division.

    Finance Division

    The finance division is responsible for managing the overall accounting, budgetary disbursement, financial services operations of the university; including the processing of monthly salary payment of the university personnel and collecting of education fees from students. Its other duties are to supervise, advise, and control the general operation of financial unit of each faculty of the university in order to ensure legal compliance and establish and promote standard of good practice regarding financial operation. The finance division is divided into 6 sub-divisions, namely:
    1. Disbursement and Book keeping Sub-division
    2. Budgetary Sub-division
    3. Accounting Sub-division
    4. Revenue Sub-division
    5. Materials and Supplies Sub-division
    6. Document and File Sub-division

    Personnel Division

    Vision:
    To be a division which provides good quality services on human resources information to the satisfaction of our personnel and the university.

    Mission:
    1. Provide services on personnel information accurately, quickly, fairly and impartially;
    2. Manage the data base system which is accurate and up to date;
    3. Systematically and continuously develop the potential of our personnel;

    Goal:
    1. Support and develop personnel management activities of the university;
    2. Operate the personnel administration of the university efficiently, accurately and fairly according to the government and university rules and regulations;
    3. Provide up to date information, suggestion, recommendation, or answer inquiry concerning with personnel administration to university executives, university internal organizations, and university personnel, quickly and accurately.

    Buildings and Ground Division

    Vision:
    To provide university welfares and services quickly and satisfactorily to our personnel.

    Mission:
    -To supervise construction works and utilization of usable area of the Campus;
    -To manage and maintain transport and accommodation services, meeting and seminar rooms and facilities, university public utilities and facilities, house registration records,
    -To control and manage security system, environmental problems and landscaping works of the campus;
    -To repair and manage the maintenance of university buildings, and provide necessary facilities support for student and staff activities.

    Policy:
    Honesty, accuracy, promptness, up to date and environmentally mindedness;

    Student Affairs Division

    The student affairs division is officially an organizational unit within the Office of the President since 1979. Initially it consisted of three sub-divisions and one unit, namely, counseling and job placement, Student Services and Welfares, Student Affairs sub-divisions and Clerical Service unit. On September 20, 1988, the Clerical Service unit has been raised to the sub-division status and subsequently, on December 3, 2004, two additional units, namely the Information Unit and the International Affairs Unit were added.

    Planning Division

    The principal roles of the Planning Division are to provide necessary information to support the decision making of university executives, to coordinate and give advices to the Faculties and organizational units of the university in devising policies and plans and in utilization of resources, and to follow up and make the assessment of the results systematically. The division’s objective is to perform its duty efficiently in a service-consciousness manner employing the proactive approach, as well as to design and implement institutional research. Realizing that the possession of ready to use and up to date information is a prerequisite to gain the trust of those concerned, and a necessary ingredient for the university to achieve its objective, the Planning Division is committed to continually develop and improve its information system.

    Education Services Division

    The Education Service Division was formally established in 1979, to be the central unit which provides necessary support in working out the policy and intention of the university according to its primary mission in the management of education, research, academic services and international relation. It is the duty of this division to carry out the policy coordination so as to bring about the best practice in the Faculty, college, center, institute, consistent with the vision, mission, strategic and tactical plans of the university.
    Prior to the establishment of the Office of Academic Services, the Education Service Division is structurally compost of seven sub-divisions, namely, Curricula and Faculty Development, Research and Text Book Support, Academic Services, Registration, Central Library, International Affairs, General Affairs sub-divisions. In 1989 the Central Library was elevated to a department status and renamed KhunYing Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center, under the Office of Academic Services. The Research and Text Book Support sub-division was transferred to the Research and Development Office in 2004. In order that the Student Admission Unit, originally a unit under the Academic Services sub-division, could function more efficiently, it was elevated to a full sub-division status in 2005. At the present, the Education Services Division consists of six sub-divisions:
    1. Curricula and Faculty Development,
    2. Registration Office,
    3. Academic Services,
    4. International Affairs,
    5. Student Admission,
    6. General Administration.

    科研和发展办公室

    Determination Statement:
    To power and drive Prince of Songkla University towards excellence in research.

    Shared Value:
    Ready and willing to learn and change for a lasting and stable progress of the organization.

    Vision:
    To be an active supporting unit in administration and management of research works in order to power, and develop Prince of Songkla University into an efficient research-intensive university.

    Mision:
    1. To organize/ develop system and mechanism which can comprehensively support the administration and management of the researches of the university.
    2. To support fully the development of projects and research works in order that they may progress as scheduled, and completed efficiently and with quality.
    3. To support the publication and dissemination of research works, and to stimulate the application of researches in appropriate target groups when the proper situation arises.
    4. To support/ incubate special projects which are involve with or being the infra-structures necessary for the development of Prince of Songkla University in order to become a research-intensive university.

    Task:
    1. To utilize the policy, directions, strategy for researches, of the university in the coordination of works between various research units.
    2. To support the integration between researches and graduate studies so that both are benefited.
    3. To develop researchers in various fields such as in the management of research, development of research proposal, research paper writing, researcher ethics, creating new researchers etc.
    4. To acquire and distribute research funds from both within and outside the university.
    5. To arrange for/ support the university researchers to obtain research funds as well as to help develop research proposal which may attract funding from both inside and outside the country; and to develop other research supporting systems.
    6. To manage research information system.
    7. To manage the university research funds.
    8. To support the publication and dissemination of research work, and the publishing of PSU Journals.
    9. To promote research works in order that they may be utilized.
    10. To systematically classify research works, carry out the management of research works in a proactive manner, and manage the intellectual properties of the researchers.
    11. To organize or create research clusters/ networks within and outside the university, or with partners outside the country.
    12. To initiate new research groups, nurture or incubate them in order to help developing them into research institutes or centers of excellence.
    13. To coordinate to organize research consortium with outside organizations, societies, communities, industries, in the quest for research questions, joint researches and in making use of the research works.
    14. To follow up, assess and carry out quality assurance of the research projects in Prince of Songkla Uiversity.
    15. To perform other works in response to the research policy of the university.

    For further information or inquiry, contact : 0-7428-6940-2, Fax : 0-7421
    website (Thai) http://rdo.psu.ac.th/rdo-psu/

    推广和继续教育办公室

    Community service is one of the main duties of the University. It is a significant means for the University to apply its wealth of resources for the benefit of society. The Office of Extension and Continuing Education was established in 1986 with the primary responsibility of providing education services to the community. The purpose is to promote continuing education and extension study in order to improve the quality of life for the local, regional and national communities.

    The Office of Extension and Continuing Education has organized its internal administrative system according to the regulation of Prince of Songkla University on the administration of the Office of Extension and Continuing Education, B.E. 1986. The office consists of a director, one or two deputy directors and two distinct sets of committees. The office is run by the Administrative Committee chaired by the director of the Office of Extension and Continuing Education, oversees by the Board of Committee of the Office of Extension and Continuing Education chaired by the president of Prince of Songkla University.

    website : http://exten.pn.psu.ac.th/index.php

    质量保证办公室

    The Office of Quality Assurance is a principal unit of the university which devises and develops quality assurance system in order to internationalize Prince of Songkla University.

    Objectives

    • To devise and develop quality assurance system so as to be consistent and responsive to the vision, mission, goal, objective and tactic of Prince of Songkla University.
    • To integrate quality assurance system comprehensively, clearly and concretely in every step, every level of operation in order to instill quality culture in the university.
    • To develop the Office of Quality Assurance into an efficient supporting unit.
    • To coordinate and develop cooperation on quality assurance between Prince of Songkla University and outside organizations.

    contact phone number     0-7428-2940, 0-7428-2822

    website(Thai)      http://www.qa.psu.ac.th/

    宋卡王子大学校史室

           The Office of PSU History Hall is a place of valuable source of information in the context of evoking and honoring our renowned institution’s fame. It is a place to keep for posterity important records of the past history and proud achievement of our beloved university; the history of the integration of ideology and aspiration of HRH Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, the university name sake, and the fulfillment of the noble objectives of the university. It is also a place to inspire and motivate us to carry on the admirable purposes of the university, to nurture and foster the university so that it can stand up strongly and proudly as an equal to the best universities of the region, and of the world.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2038,
    website http://www.psuhistory.psu.ac.th/

    教学服务办公室

    Vision:
    The Office of Academic Services is an organization which carries out all of its services in a highly professional manner, and up to national standard.

    Mission:
    1. Provide learning resources in support of the research-based university through the e-library, and to cooperate in the development of the society of wisdom.
    2. Produce services and disseminate education technology innovation to support the university main mission in order to become a research intensive university and e-university.
    3. Develop administrative and management system to efficiently support the main mission of the Office of Academic Services, and to further develop itself into an organization of learning.

    History:
    The Office of Academic Services was set up on May 24, 1989 by combining together the 4 existing units which dealt with academic services, namely, the John F. Kennedy Library, the Education Technology Center (renamed as Education Technology Division), KhunYing Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center, and the Faculty of Medicine Library (renamed as Health Science Library). Later on an additional unit, the secretary office has been set up.

    website : < href=“http://oas.psu.ac.th/oas/index.php”>http://oas.psu.ac.th/oas/index.php

    宋卡王子大学校校友办公室

    Office of PSU Alumni Relationsh2>

    About us:

    From the date of the establishment of Prince of Songkla University, the first university in Southern Thailand, up to the present time (academic year 2006) which is all together 41 years, the University has produced 37 batches of graduates totaling over 70,000, for all degree levels. Our University alumni are working all over the country in every province, and some are working abroad. Various groups of our alumni have banded together and have formed many associations or clubs around the country. Most of these may be grouped into four categories, namely, the PSU Alumni Association, provincialwise grouping, facultywise grouping, and campuswise grouping. Normally the main purposes of these groupings are for organizing activities relating to the University or socializing in special occasions once or twice a year. All their activities are disjointed and there is no mechanism that can coordinate these activities or systematically link them with the University to utilize the University resources for promotion purposes.

    In order to create opportunities for these alumni associations and clubs to stay in touch with the University and to seek their cooperation in such matters as supplying information for graduate quality improvement, advising on employment opportunities, proposing research problems, supporting or funding University researches, promoting and participating in University activities, as well as uniting their efforts in creating a powerful and sustainable driving force necessary to help propel the development of the University; a new approach in managing alumni resources must be initiated.

    On two occasions, on April, 30, 2005 and on September 2006, informal meetings took place between the University and a group of alumni who has been actively involved in several alumni associations and clubs. A consensus has been reached that an office “ The Office of Alumni Relations” be established to act as the focal point to systematically coordinate and link all PSU alumni associations and clubs together and to provide impetus for the concerted effort in helping to develop our beloved University.

    Mission:

    To unite physically and spiritually all Prince of Songkla University alumni in order to upheld the honor and prestige of our institution.

    Goals:



    1. To promote and create good relationship between alumni and the University.
    2. To act as the center to coordinate academic cooperation, researches, student development, and campaign for University development fund between alumni and the University.
    3. To set up and develop alumni data base system.
    4. To support the setting up of alumni network of each campus and to honor alumni who carry out works that benefit the public, society, and the University.
    5. To avoid involvement in partisan politics.**

    Contact Address:
    Prince of Songkla University, 2 Floor, 15 Kanjanavanich Road,Had Yai District, Songkla, 90110

    Telephone : 0-7428-2209
    Fax: 0-7444-6975
    Website : http://www.alumni-psu.psu.ac.th

    内部审计处

    The internal financial auditing of government organizations arose from the recommendation submitted to the Cabinet by the Finance Ministry. It was recommended in 1976 that all government organizations at the levels of Ministry, Bureau, Department or equivalence should be allotted manpower entrusted with the specific task of internal financial auditing of the organizations. The Cabinet had sanctioned the recommendation and instructed the Civil Service Commission to consider and allocate necessary manpower required for the task to all government organizations. Prince of Songkla University has been allotted 2 positions for internal auditors in 1978, and has since carried out its internal financial auditing. The audit unit is located on the third floor of the building of the Office of the President, Hat Yai Campus, and is informally named the Internal Audit Unit of Prince of Songkla University.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2014 – 9
    website (Thai) http://www.audit.psu.ac.th/

    注册办公室

    The registration office is a central administration unit responsible for the processing of enrollment, scheduling classrooms and examination, overseeing the processing and distribution of grades, verifying completion of degree requirements and keeping of official university record of all students of Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai Campus. Its mains duties including:

      • Arrange and carry out the registration of newly admitted students.
      • Keep personal and academic records of students, and update these data regularly.
      • Organize subject registration for students, for each semester.
      • Issue Student Identity Cards.
      • Co-ordinate class scheduling and assigning of teaching rooms for each subjects.
      • Co-ordinate examination timetabling and assigning of examination venues.
      • Arrange for the signing of compulsory contracts for medical and dentistry students.
      • Provide detailed working schedule on the processing of examination results, and calculating the GPA of students for each semester.
      • Announce the results of academic performance of students for each semester.
      • Carry out the program completion verification for students of every program of study, and submit the results to the University Council for the granting of degrees/ diploma.
      • Prepare the production of Degree/Diploma certificates.
      • Issue transcripts.
      • Issue certified education-related documents.
      • Provide counter services to students.

    Website  http://reg.psu.ac.th/

    PSU Supporting Staff Council, Hat Yai Campus

    The PSU Supporting Staff Council (Hat Yai Campus) was first set up in 2003 according to a regulation of Prince of Songkla University; it is under the supervision of the Vice President for Hat Yai Campus. The council members consists of representative members from each faculty/ or equivqlent organizations in the campus, and nominated members (nominated by the president of the Supporting Staff Council). The number of nominated members may not exceed half of the number of the representative members. The term of the council members is 2-years. Administratively, the Supporting Staff Council is divided into 5 sections, namely, the secretariat, academic and development, public relation, finance, welfare and special activity sections. For the 2004-2005 period, the number of Supporting Staff Council (Hat Yai Campus) members totaled 27.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-8021
    website (Thai) http://www.senate.psu.ac.th/

    课程设置和教职工进修部

    Curriculum and staff development unit is part of the Education Service Division of the Office of the President. Its duty is to support and coordinate the policy management of the main mission of the University; to educate and produce graduates who are knowledgeable, ethically sound, possess life-skill, public conscience and life-long knowledge seeking attitude. The graduates should possess international competency founded on Thai traditional values.

    Website: http://www.eduservice.psu.ac.th/laksood/loan.html

    宋卡王子大学教务会(合艾校区)

    It is a unit set up by the regulation of the University Council on Prince of Songkla University Faculty Senate B.E. 1979. The Faculty Senate duties are as follows:
    1. To advice and offer suggestions to the university on the following matters:
         1.1  academic and administration,
         1.2  rules and regulation pertaining to the appointment of university staff to administrative and academic positions,
         1.3  academic promotion of faculty members,
         1.4  learning, teaching and research,
         1.5  preservation of arts and culture,
         1.6  providing academic services of various nature,
         1.7  policy concerning with students affairs,
         1.8  other matters which the Faculty Senate, or Campus Faculty Senate deem to be of help in improving the business of the university,
         1.9  any matter requested by the university.
    2. To protect benefits of all personnel of the university.
    3. To maintain professional standard and ethics of faculty members.
    4. To issue rules and regulations of Campus Faculty Senate/ Faculty Senate.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7421-8401
    website http://www.faculty-senate.psu.ac.th/

    合艾校区教职工俱乐部

    PSU Staff Club, Hat Yai Campus

    website (Thai) : http:// staffclub.psu.ac.th/

    宋卡王子大学信托合作有限公司

         PSU Saving and Credit Co-operative Limited was established in 1974 with 169 foundation members, and initial share capital of 8,440 Baht. The first chair man of the cooperative administrative board was Prof. Sawas Sakulthai, the fourth president of Prince of Songkla University. The primary aims of the cooperative are;
         1. Encourage its members to save by holding its share and deposit money with the cooperative.
         2. Lend money to its members for use in necessary or useful activities.

         At the present, PSU Saving and Credit Co-operative Limited has 4 service offices:

         1. Head Office, situated at the Sawas Sakulthai Building (opposite the computer center building), Hat Yai Campus, Prince of Songkla University,
         2. Faculty of Medicine Branch Office, situated on the ground floor of the main building of Songklanagarind Hospital,
         3. Pattani Campus Branch Office,
         4. Phuket Campus Branch Office, located on the first floor of the Academic Service Building, Phuket Campus.

    PSU Saving and Credit Co-operative Limited has opened special counter service at its Head Office for personal tax payment, every working day, from 08.30 – 15.30, with a nominal service charged of 15.- Baht per transaction.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7421-2812, 0-7421-1811, 0-7428-6930 –
    website http://psucoop.psu.ac.th/

    宋卡王子大学服务合作有限公司

    The PSU Service Co-operative Limited has been involved in the following businesses.
    1. Licensed to build and manage several dormitory buildings, over 3,400 rooms, at all five campuses of the University.
    2. Run a center that offers the production and sale of various university memorabilia, such as pens, key rings, T-shirt etc.
    3. Run the Hat Yai Campus gas station, bicycle repaired-shops, coffee shops.

    Address: 15 Kanjanavanich, Tambon Hat Yai, Hat Yai District, Songkla Province, Thailand. 90110 Tel. 0-7428-2314 – 8

    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7428-2314 – 8
    website (Thai) http://sercoop.psu.ac.th/

校园指示图

Hat Yai Campus Location/ Direction Map

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Map of Hat Yai Campus

  1. Statue of HRH Prince Mahidol Adulyadej
  2. Office of the President
  3. Front Gate (Kanjanavanich Road Gate)
  4. Songklanagarind Hospital
  5. Soccer Field
  6. Main Soccer Field
  7. Faculty of Dentistry
  8. Faculty of Medicine
  9. Faculty of Nursing
  10. Physician/Nurse Dormitories
  11. Faculty of Science
  12. Graduate School/ Central Facility and Academic Service Building
  13. Khunying Long Learning Resources Center
  14. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  15. Faculty of Natural resources
  16. Faculty of Engineering
  17. Faculty of Agro-Industry
  18. Faculty of Liberal Arts
  19. Faculty of Management Sciences
  20. Computer Center
  21. Faculty of Law
  22. Information Technology Building
  23. Sports Complex/ Gymnasium
  24. Student Union/ Food Center
  25. Student Dormitories
  26. Reservoir
  27. Srisarp Gate (Punnakan Road Gate)
  28. Prince of Songkla University International Convention Center
  29. Mor-Or Withayanusorn School
  30. Faculty and staff Residential area

注册办公室

Online Registration Procedure:
1. Students may access the online registration website, http://regist.psu.ac.th/, from within or outside the Campus, using Web browsers Internet Explorer v.5, or Netscape Navigator v.4.7, or higher versions of the browsers.
2. Fill in Username and Password assigned by the Registration Office; select the academic year and the semester one wishes to register, and click “OK”.
3. A window with the word “Auto Complete” is shown; click “No”.
4. Click “Yes” after the word “Security Alert” is shown.
5. To add subjects:
       5.1 Click “Add New”.
       5.2 Fill in the subject number or subject name in the “search word” box, then select “Find” if it is not a thesis subject, otherwise select the word “Find here”
       5.3 A new window is shown with the listing of every subject corresponding to the keyword selected in step 5.2, select the required section of the desired subject upon which a link is then established to permit the selection of the type of registration (credit, or non-credit, or audit). If it is a thesis subject, there will be additional box into which the number of credit to be enrolled must be filled in. Click “Add”.
        5.4 Repeat steps 5.1-5.3 for each new subject one wants to register.
REMARK Care must be exercised in selecting the subject required because there exist subjects with the same name but different in subject numbers, and those with the same subject number but different in names.
6. Addition/ Withdrawal of subjects:
       After completing step 5 of the registration process, students may access the system anew for the addition/withdrawal of subjects.
       6.1 Withdrawal of subjects:
          6.1.1 Select the subjects one wants to withdraw, from the list of confirmed registration subjects.
          6.1.2 Click “Withdrawal” and the subjects are then shown separately.
          6.1.3 Click “Withdrawal” button one more time to confirm the subjects to be withdrawn.
          6.1.4 To make final decision on withdrawal/ deletion of withdrawal.
               6.1.4.1 Click “Delete withdrawal” to delete all the subject originally selected for withdrawal (do not wish to withdraw any subject)
               6.1.4.2 Click “Check All” to validate the subjects desired to withdraw.
               6.1.4.3 Click “Registration” to confirm the withdrawal.
       6.2 Addition of Subjects:
          6.2.1 Perform the operation of steps 5.1-5.3, and the subject to be added are shown.
          6.2.2 Correction of number of credit or type of registration
               6.2.2.1 Select the subject needed to make a correction, then click “Edit”. The subject to be edited will be shown. Select the correct type of registration, C: Credit, or N: Non-credit, or A: Audit, (Editing of the number of credit is permitted only if it is a thesis subject.)
               6.2.2.2 Click “Edit” .
          6.2.3 Deletion of the subject
               6.2.3.1 Select the subject one wants to delete, then click “Delete” and a window shows the subject.
               6.2.3.2 Click “Delete” to confirm the deletion.
          6.2.4 Click “Check all” to verify the validity of addition of subjects. If problems exist for any subject, the probem will be stated, otherwise the statement “Every subject is valid and ready for registration” will be shown.
          6.2.5 Click “Registration” to confirm the addition of subjects.
7. Sign out after finishing the operation.

website http://reg.psu.ac.th/manual/index_.htm

学生服务和福利设施

Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center
It is fully equipped with books data base, on-line books and journals search system and e-journals. Faculties and students can borrow and return books cross-campuses, or cross-institutions (for the institutions that are in collaboration with the University). The opening hours for KhunYing Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center are as follows:
1. First Semester:
     Monday-Friday    08.30 – 22.30
     Saturday            09.00-20.00
     Sunday              09.00-20.00
     Two weeks before the start of final examination-the end of the final examinaton: Extend the closing time to 24.00.
2. Second Semester:
     Monday-Friday    08.30 – 22.30
     Saturday            09.00-20.00
     Sunday              09.00-20.00
     Two weeks before the start of final examination-the end of the final examinaton: Extend the closing time to 24.00.
3. Summer Semester Sesson:
     Monday-Friday    08.30 – 22.30
     Saturday            09.00-20.00
     Sunday                    closed
4. Semester Breaks
     Monday-Friday    08.30 – 16.30
     Saturday-Sunday     Close
5. Public Holiday:          Close

Enquire about opening time at Tel: 2352, 0-7428-2352, or e-mail : sitthichai.l@psu.ac.th
Website http://www.clib.psu.ac.th

Sport and Athletic Facilities
The available sport and athletic facilities at Hat Yai Campus are as follows:
     1. Swimming pool
     2. Gymnasium
     3. Soccer fields (2)
     4. Tennis Courts (5)
     5. Outdoor volleyball court
     6. Outdoor basketball court
     7. Softball field
     8. Petanque court
     9. Fitness center

Computer Center
The Computer Center has acquired a large number of PCs and soft wares in order to provide up to date computer services to PSU students, faculty and staff. An excellence net work has been set up to link computers at every faculties and offices within the campus together so that the users can access the internet from anywhere in the Campus.
More details are available at the Computer Center website http://www.cc.psu.ac.th/

Cafeteria and shops
Cafeteria and shops are located at the “Rong-Charng” Food Center. They include minimarts, coffee shops, laundries, beauty saloons, gift shops, copy shops, food kiosks, computer shops, book stores.

Claiming of Mails, Parcels and Postal Order
A student whose mails are addressed to a university dormitory or to a faculty may claim his/ her mails at the respective dormitory office or faculty office. In claiming the mails, the student must produce his/ her student identity card or citizen identity card for examination by the responsible officers. The addressees may search for their EMS mails, registered letters or parcels, postal order or DHL at http://docfinder.psu.ac.th/post/.However, (however, normal unregistered mails cannot be searched for).

Examples of the addressing of letters or parcels.
1. An addressee who stays in a dormitory in the Campus, and want to have his/ her mail sent to the dormitory, should have his/ her room number and the dormitory name specified clearly. For example,
To
Mr. ……………………………….,
Dormitory…………………….Room……………………
Prince of Songkla University,
Hat Yai District, Songkla Province, 90112.

2. An addressee who wants to have his/ her mail sent to a faculty should have his/ her mail addressed as shown below.

To
Mr. ……………………………….,
Faculty of ………………….…………………
Prince of Songkla University,
Hat Yai District, Songkla Province, 90112.

Cafeteria and shops

Cafeterias and shops are located at the “Rong-Charng” Food Center. They include minimarts, coffee shops, laundries, beauty salons, gift shops, copy shops, food kiosks, computer shops, book stores.

医院

There are two hospitals at Prince of Songkla University Hat Yai Campus.


  1. Songklanagarind Hospital which is a tertiary hospital for the people of the fourteen southern most provinces of Thailand. It is a place of learning and practice for medical students/ residents/ fellowships and students of other health science disciplines. It is also a prime source of research for personnel of various health science professions.

  2. Dental Hospital which is the hospital of the Faculty of Dentistry, Prince of Songkla University. It has been established as the center of dental service for Southern Thailand and a training place for dental students. It has become the base for dental clinical research and dental technology development of the Faculty of Dentistry.


宋卡纳科琳医院

     On August 26, 1976, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty the Queen were presided over the foundation laying ceremony of the hospital of the Faculty of Medicine, which has over 120,000 of usable space. The hospital was graciously bestowed the name “Songklanagarind Hospital” by the King, on April 30, 1979. The hospital was built with 4 main objectives in mind:
     • To be used as a place for clinical practice of medical students, nursing students, and other medical personnel.
     • To offer medical services on diagnosis, treatment, disease prevention to people of southern Thailand.
     • To provide special diagnosis, and laboratory examination to nearby hospitals.
     • To be a place for research and investigation which may lead to the solutions for certain public health problems in southern Thailand.

     Songklanagarind Hospital opened services on February, 1982 , with ability, in accordance with the government policy, to provide tertiary level health care to the people of the 14 southern provinces of Thailand. It now has 853 patient beds, and provide medical service to in and out patients, accident and emergency patients in various fields such as general practice, obstetrics and gynecology, surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, orthopedic surgery, physical medicine, otolaryngology, psychiatry. Other services provide are pain clinic and acupuncture, radiology, surgery on out-patients. The hospital also has centers of excellence in heart, cancer, gastrointestinal tract and liver.
     Songklanagarind Hospital is the source of learning for medical students, contracted/ resident doctors and students of other health-sciences disciplines as well as being the source of research for health-science personnel.
     Songklanagarind Hospital employ the mechanism of providing medical services through the department of out-patients, in-patients, emergency patients in the form of the coordination of multi-disciplinary services which consists of medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, and other professions. The hospital has 8 interconnected buildings to support its main mission of providing services to out-patients, in-patients, accident and emergency patients; fully equips with operation rooms, in-patient wards, centers of excellence, and diagnostic division.

website  http://hospital.psu.ac.th

宋卡王子大学牙科医院

Location: Faculty of Dentistry, Prince of Songkla Universiy
Contact Phone Number: 0-7428-7620, 0-7428-7630 Ext. 7620, 7630
Dental Service Clinic, First Floor, Building 3, Tel. 0-7442-9884, 0-7428-7625 Ext.7625
website http://dental.psu.ac.th/unit/dentalhospital/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

Dental Hospital of Prince of Songkla University, under the management of the Faculty of Dentistry, has been set up in order that the dental students may have a proper place for necessary dental practice as well as to be the base for clinical research and dental technology development, and to be the center for dental services of Southern Thailand. Apart from providing comprehensive dental services to the public, the Dental Hospital has collaborated with Mittaparb-Sa-mac-khee Foundation in opening an Oral Health Service Center for urban community at Mittaparb-Sa-mac-khee Hospital in Hat Yai. The Dental Hospital has periodically organized mobile dental unit to provide dental services for the people of nearby rural communities. In addition, the Faculty of Dentistry, including the Dental Hospital, has become a member of the Royal Mobile Dental Units entrusted with the task of providing dental services to the poor and under privileged people of the remote parts of Southern Thailand.

图书馆

HAT Yai Campus has two main libraries; Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center, and the the Health Science Library which was originally “the Library of the Faculty of Medicine, Hat Yai Campus, Prince of Songkla University”.

  • Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center

  • Health Science Library

  • 坤英龙•阿塔卡维逊通学习资源中心

         During the first decade of the university, each of the faculties at Hat Yai Campus Prince of Songkla University, had its own library, and there was no concerted effort to reorganize the library system of the Campus, despite the apparent disadvantages of the system with disjointed libraries. The attempt to centralize the library resources started in mid 1970 by Prof. Sawas Sakulthai, the fourth president of the university. The libraries of the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science was relocated to the same new location and all their resources combined and came under the management of a central unit “ Khnying Long Athakravisunthorn Library”, which officially opened on November 24, 1978. Initially the library was a unit in the Education Service Division of the Office of the President, and in June 1989 it was upgraded to “KhunYing Long AthakravisunthornLearning Resources Center” under the Office of Academic Services.

    Opening Hours:
         During Semester Sessions:
         Monday-Friday     08.30 am-10.30 pm
         Saturday             09.00 am-08.00 pm
         Sunday               09.00 am-08.00 pm.
         Two weeks before the start of final examination: Extend the closing time to 12.00 pm.

         During Summer Semester Session:
         Monday-Friday     08.30 am-7.30 pm
         Saturday             09.00 am-08.00 pm
         Sunday               Closed

         Semester Breaks:
         Monday-Friday     08.30 am-4.30 pm
         Saturday-Sunday     Closed
         Public Holidays:       Closed

         For further inquiry call 2352, 0-7428-2352 or e-mail sitthichai.l@psu.ac.th

    website http://www.clib.psu.ac.th

    健康学科图书馆

         The Health Science Library was originally “the Library of the Faculty of Medicine, Hat Yai Campus, Prince of Songkla University” established in 1973. Initially it was temporary located in the main building of the Faculty of Engineering, with area of only about 20 square meters. Most of its medical books were the donation from the Fifth Field Hospital, an American Army hospital in Bangkok which was dismantled after the Vietnam War. Since the number of books in the library was small, a lecturer in the Department of Nursing was asked to help in the running the library.

         In 1976, a librarian from the Medical Library, Chulalongkorn University was transferred to the Faculty of Medicine, Prince of Songkla University, and she was assigned to run the medical library. In 1979 the library was moved to the third floor of the Administrative Building, Faculty of Medicine, with the area of 1000 square meters. It was again moved in 1986 to its permanent location at the Combined Lecture and Library Building, with the floor area of 2042 square meters and 250 seating capacity.

         After the Office of Academic Services, Prince of Songkla University was established in 1989, the Medical Library was renamed “the Health Science Library”, and became, structurally but not administratively, a division under its wings. The yearly budgeting request for the Health Science Library is mainly prepared by the Faculty of Medicine; only limited items is prepared by the Office of Academic Services.

    Opening Hours:
         Monday-Friday 07.30 am-09.30 pm
         Saturday-Sunday 08.30 am-04.30 pm
         Public holidays Closed

    website http://lib.med.psu.ac.th

    中心

    There are a number of centers in Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai Campus that provide important services to the staff/ students/ and communities. These are,

    计算机中心

    website  http://www.cc.psu.ac.th/

         The Computer Center Hat Yai Campus Prince of Songkla University was established in 1975 as a central unit in providing computer services for teaching and administrative works of the university. Its work load has since been increased many folds and its scope of works enlarged greatly to include the provision of information services, network services, internet and intranet services, training and computer technical services and many more. For more than three decades after its humble beginning, the Computer Center has continuously progressed and developed; conscientiously seeking the best and most modern equipments and providing the best and most up to date services, constrained only by its limited budget, to all of its users. It can proudly state that the Computer Center Hat Yai Campus Prince of Songkla University is one of the best university computer centers of the country in terms of quality of equipments, personnel and services system. It is the Computer Center assertion that this condition will persist into the future, in accordance with our mission statement that “the Computer Center will strives to provide high quality information technology continuously in response to the need, and for the satisfaction of our users”.

    科学设备中心

    website  http://www.sec.psu.ac.th

    The Establishment of Scientific Equipment Center project was set up in April 1985, with the stated aim of building up a unit responsible for the repair, maintenance and development of the equipments of all faculties and other organization units of Prince of Songkla University. During the period 1987-1989, the unit received support from International Development Program (IDP), Australia. IDP provided assistance in the form of training scholarships in maintenance of scientific equipments for personnel of the unit, donating basic instruments for repair and maintenance, sending specialists to organize training for repair and maintenance of electronic equipments.

    The Scientific Equipment Center was formally established on April 9, 1982 with the objectives of bringing together scientific equipment services of all faculties under a single management; in order to increase efficiency in teaching, learning, research and academic services as well as improving the quality of services on the maintenance, repair, and usage of scientific equipments for university personnel and outside organizations. Another objective is to be the center of workshop training and the making of scientific equipments for Prince of Songkla University. The center consists of three divisions, namely, the Secretary Office, the Repair Maintenance and Equipment Development Division, the Scientific Research Equipment Service Division.

    In 1993, Prince of Songkla University had organized a committee to draw up a project to acquire scientific and technological equipments necessary for future academic development of the university. The project was submitted to the Bureau of Budget in 1995, and the university was allotted a special budget of 189.75 million Baht spreading over 5 years (1996-2000) for the procurement of complex, high technology and expensive scientific research equipments. These equipments are needed for research and teaching, and for the development of scientific and technological knowledge to support the economic development of the country, and to improve capability of academic services of the university for the benefits of the community.

    印马泰三角区发展研究中心

    Website: http://www.imt-gt.psu.ac.th

    Activities concerning the study of development potential for economy of the Triangle Area of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand has been going on since 1994. On March 28, 1995, a cabinet meeting resolution was passed assigning DTEC (the Department of Technical and Economic Cooperation, later becoming Thailand International Development Cooperation Agency), Prince of Songkla University and the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare to be the three principal organizations responsible for and support the working of the joint committee on human resources of the three countries namely, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand with the stated objectives of speeding up the work plan/ project of training and developing skilled labors, the mobilization of labor forces in order to promote the joint development of the economy of the Triangle Area. The work group was initially under the Deputy Director for International Relation of DTEC, and was without a permanent office.

    Later, after the fifth tri-party ministerial level meeting in 1995, it was agreed that a studies center be set up in a major university of each participating country. For Thailand, the government has selected Prince of Songkla University with the promised provision of supportive budget and a close coordination from the Neighboring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (NED). On the 206 (8/1996) meeting of Prince of Songkla University Council, a resolution was passed to establish the Growth Triangle Studies Center (IMT-GT Studies Center) at Prince of Songkla University under the direct supervision of the University President.

    南方地区地球信息学和太空技术中心

    Website : http://www.rsgis.psu.ac.th

    Regional Center of Geo-informatics and Space Technology, Southern Region was established by the cooperation between the Geo-informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public organization) and Prince of Songkla University. In order to lay down solid foundation and direction by which the geo-informatics technology may be used for the development of the county and to encourage a more wide spread application of the technology in the management of resources and environment in a more efficient and tangible way, especially in the rural and regional areas of Thailand, the Agency has signed memorandums of understanding with five leading regional universities of the country to establish Regional Centers of Geo-informatics and Space Technology. They are, Southern Region Center at Prince of Songkla University, Upper Northern Region Center at Chiang Mai University, Lower Northern Region Center at Naresuan University, North Eastern Region Center at Khon Kaen University, and Eastern Region Center at Burapha University.

    艺术文化中心

    website : http://www2.psu.ac.th/libarts/

    The establishment of Arts and Cultural Center project was approved by the University Council in August 1989. Its main duty is to be responsible for the preservation, conservation, promotion, dissemination, exchange, development, of our local and national heritage in arts and culture based on reliable studies, investigations and research works. Other duties are to provide academic services on arts and culture, chart the direction of operation to bring about the revival, promotion and development of culture. All these activities can lead to the increase in value of local wisdom and the strengthening of local culture which in themselves can further lead to the lasting and sustainable development of potential for learning and for ethics and morality of the community and of the country.

    宋卡王子大学网格中心

    Website : http://psu-grid.coe.psu.ac.th/index.php

    General Information The establishment of PSU Grid Center stems from cooperation between the followings Faculties/ Departments.

       Core units: Faculty of Engineering

          – Department of Computer Engineering

          – Department of Chemical Engineering

          – Department of Mechanical Engineering

       Auxiliary units: Faculty of Science

          – Department of Computer Sciences

          – Department of Physics

          – Department of Biochemistry

          – Department of Chemistry

      Objectives:
          1. To set up and maintain the infra-structure of the grid system.
          2. To transfer technology in order to build up personnel for a lasting development, and to strengthen research on various disciplines by using grid technology and integral approach.
          3. To encourage high capability research to make use of grid technology.      4. To publicize research works which make use of grid technology.

    能源工程中心

    website  http://phoenix.eng.psu.ac.th

    Objectives:

         1. To provide preliminary and detailed testing and analysis of energy usage, as well as the testing and analysis to validate conformity with the energy conservation plan according to the Promotion of Conservation of Energy Act, B.E. 1992.
         2. To provide services in the energy conservation and management for government and private sectors, and for communities.
         3. To promote cooperation with other organizations of both government and private sectors on energy conservation as well as in other related energy technology.
         4. To promote research on energy engineering of the Faculty of Engineering, Prince of Songkla University.
         5. To organize training on energy conservation for controlled building and industrial factories.

    南部泰国传统医药中心

    website  http://herbal.pharmacy.psu.ac.th

           In 1994, the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prince of Songkla University had assigned the Departmant of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany to set up a herbal and southern Thai medicine museum as an internal unit within the department. The objective is to create and administer a central source of knowledge about herb by accumulating the dry herb collection as a herbarium, assembling together the knowledge about traditional Thai pharmacy, setting up database of knowledge about herb, providing service for university personnel and general public as well as building up and exhibiting the rural wisdom of southern Thailand regarding the usage of traditional medicine.
           In 1999, the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences has set up the Establishment of Southern Center of Thai Traditional Medicine project by combining the herbarium and southern Thai medicine units together. The center, an internal unit with the status of a department in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, is administered and run by a committee.

    南部证券市场信息中心

    Website:  http://smic.mgt.psu.ac.th

    General Information:

    Southern Securities Market Information Center was set up in 2005 with the support of the Stock Exchange of Thailand and Prince of Songkla University, under the management of the Faculty of Management Sciences. It started operation on December 15, 2005, with the objectives of disseminating monetary and investment knowledge to the youths and citizens of southern Thailand.

    Modern SMIC for a New Generation:

    The center is created as a fully equipped modern SMIC that caters for stylish learning of new generation of people of all ages and genders. Its modern design emphasizes clean, clear and comfort environment completed with information searching tools, wireless internet. It has recreation, brain teasing game, music and cinema corners and a number of monitors for viewing seminar, conference and news.

    Information Content of Every Flavor:

    A large number of diverse information, suitable for self-learning, in the form of SET Smart, CD Rom and VCD are available for customers. Faculties, students and small investors can search for Stock Market Information, listed companies stock prices and other basic investment information using powerful searching tools through the internet network. For customers with notebooks/ laptops, high speed internet and Wi-Fi are available which cover the whole area of the Center.

    农产业出口发展中心

    website  http://adcet.psu.ac.th

    The Agro-Industry Development Center for Export duty is to provide technological and information service to agro-industry sector, governmental organizations and general public. Its services are as follows:
    -Analysis services
    -Equipment Calibration services
    -Seminar and training services
    -Pilot scale production services
    -Development of products and process (contract research) services
    -Determination of temperature distribution in autoclave, and heat penetration in canned food services
    -Industrial clinic services

    宋卡王子大学商务筹划中心

    website  http://www.psu-bic.psu.ac.th

         The setting up of PSU Business Incubation Center of Prince of Songkla University was approved in May 2005. In the beginning, its objectives were to push and promote students, graduates, alumni and personnel of the university with high potential to become entrepreneurs in knowledge-based business; and to push for and support research, innovation and creative works of high potential value to become commercially viable. In 2006 the Commission on Higher Education decided to promote incubation works in the form of the three linkage activities, namely, University Business Incubator (UBI), Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Management, and Government and Private Commercialized Cooperation in Research and Development. It has supported the setting up of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Management Unit (or Technology Licensing Office) in 10 universities which possess potential and readiness in research and commercialization of their research output. Prince of Songkla University is one of them which received the aforementioned support, and the licensing unit is under the management of PSU Business Incubation Center. Since then the center has enlarged its services to include intellectual property and technology transfer management as well as giving education to people in the commercialization of intellectual property.

    宋卡王子大学纳米技术中心

    Website: http://www.nanotec.psu.ac.th

    Center of excellence in Nanotechnology at Prince of Songkla University was established in 2006 under the collaboration among researcher from three faculties; Sciences, Pharmacy and Engineering. Today, the research in Nanotechnology is actively carried out in Thailand because we cannot deny advance Technology in this century. Our main focus is on Nano-Materials as we group together we hope that we can stimulate and generate the research atmosphere and activities. Also the expansion of graduate studies can generate the opportunities to keep pace with advances in Nanotechnology.


    The strength of our group arises from our well qualified members and the excellent facilities for teaching ad research. The group currently has over 20 academic staff members. Further expansion of the group is expected to continue for the near future. We also welcome other disciplines and member staff from other universities nationally or internationally. With these members, the group maintains a rigorous research environment with activities spanning both traditional and new emerging areas of research in Nanotechnology.

    研究所

    At the present, there are eight institutes at Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai Campus that actively carry out research, or provide necessary services to the University and communities.

    中小型企业发展研究中心

    Website  http://www.smes.psu.ac.th/index.htm

    The Institute is the center of comprehensive information and services for small and medium enterprise (SME) entrepreneurs. It aims to help prospective entrepreneurs to access all available information and services of government and private sector regarding both the development and management aspects of the business. Apart from providing general information, the institute also provides services in analyzing business problems and advising for the remedy.

    泰南健康系统研究中心

    Website:  http://www.southhsri.psu.ac.th

    The Southern Region Health Systems Research Institute is a non-governmental research management unit of Prince of Songkla University. It was established by the cooperation between Prince of Songkla University and the Health Systems Research Institute (HSRI), in 2003, with the following objectives.

    1. To be a research management unit that direct, support and encourage health system research in the southern region in order to build up a body of knowledge and learning processes which could help solve diverse problems or develop health system for the southern communities; and to publicize research works so that they may be found application in the health system reform.

    2.To set up network for cooperation between academicians, researchers and citizens of Southern Thailand in order to create a mechanism for health system research that is strong and lasting.

    3. To support and strengthen graduate researches of the University in health science disciplines.

    和平研究中心

    Telephone : 0-7428-2330-2
    Fax : 0-7428-2331
    Website : http://peacestudies.psu.ac.th

    Vision:


    To be an academic community that strives for the development of knowledge and mankind in a peaceful way in order to create a long lasting peaceful community.

    Mission:

    1. To build up a body of knowledge and develop academic skills in order to create intellectual capital for the Institute.


    2. To integrate the body of knowledge using peace studies approach, and to develop the potential of mankind for peaceful existent in the multi-culture society.


    3. To stimulate and drive for equality in the society using the peace studies approach.

    About the Institute:

    The Peace Studies Institute of Prince of Songkla University was set up in 2004 on the recommendation of Prof. Prawase Wasi, MD., Dr. Ekawit Na Thlang, Mr.Sopon Supapong who were honorable members of Prince of Songkla University Council; and under the leadership of Assoc. Prof. Prasert Chitapong, then the president of the university. The aims of the institute is to build up a body of knowledge and skill in the development of society and human resources in a peaceful manner, employing processes of conflict management, contemplative education, human right consideration and islamic way of peace management. The institute has been involved in undergraduate education by offering several elective subjects, and has now offered a graduate program of study in Conflict and Peace Studies for the first time in 2008.

    The Peace Studies Institute is an organization of faculty status of Prince of Songkla University that put emphasis on holistic approach in its education of students. It aims to produce Master degree graduates that can keep up with the changes in society and possess potential for analyzing and creating a society that are peaceful. The Institute has cooperated in teaching, researches, and academic services with many faculties such as Faculty of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Political Sciences and Faculty of Communication Sciences. It also has collaborative academic agreements with several institutions within and outside the country, for example, Mahidol University, Kasetsart University, King Prajadhipok’s Institute, Center for Peaceand Conflict Studies Chulalongkorn University, Royal Road Univerity, Canada and Universiti Sains Malaysia.

    Internal Offices and Centers within the Institute:

    • Office of Secretary • Conflict Management Center • Contemplative Education Center • Human Rights Studies Center • Islamic Perspective for Peace and Development Center

    Responsibility:

    (1) Offer elective courses for undergraduate programs of study, and offer a Master Degree program in Conflict and Peace Studies.


    (2) Carry out research in order to build up a body of knowledge in conflict management in society, and develop curricula in peace studies that are suitable for modern Thai society.


    (3)Provide academic services for interested parties inside and outside the University in the forms of academic advices, seminars, training and special lectures.


    (4) Support and promote peaceful culture by putting emphasis on creating peaceful environment through student potential development activities, such as multi-culture society learning project, talk through the cinema project, student and peace in Southern Thailand project (Dream Keeper II), short training course in contemplative education, and several other projects of peace studies club.

    海岸资源研究中心

    Website:  http://www.corin.psu.ac.th

    Coastal Resources Institute, Prince of Songkla University (CORIN) was established in 1989 by a joint agreement between the Thai Government and the United States of America, through DTEC ad USAID, under the Management of Natural Resources and Environment Project. The objectives are to set up a professionally competent institution for the management of coastal resources of the country as well as to carry out researches, providing academic services and support the learning and teaching in the management of natural environmental and coastal resources. p>

    It is now recognized as an institute with expertise in the management of natural resources of coastal and water basin areas. The Institute has actively participated in several programs in Thailand and in Southeast Asian region involving with the objectives of maintaining the natural resources of the coastal and water basin areas for a long lasting usage. Great emphasis has been placed on an integrated approach, multiple-parties and strong involvement of the communities. The Institute has great potential to mobilize accepted technical process and methodology for the management of resources of the areas in order that they find real application in researches and practice. The Institute strongly advocates learning and training through practice.

    The Institute accomplishments, from 1990 to the present, demonstrates its expertise as a specialized unit in carrying out the researches and academic services, readily building up the body of knowledge in resources management in a holistic approach based on real practice, and always stresses on encouraging the communities to be strong and utilize their potential for development. Apart from researches, the development of integrated curriculum on coastal management of the Institute is well recognizes inside and outside the country. Furthermore, it has been involved in several Royal Initiated Projects and projects of the countries of the Mekong river basin. The Institute has received financial supports from within and outside the country, and can be considered as a self support institute.

    孔子学院

    website   http://www.confucius.psu.ac.th

    The Confucius Institute, Prince of Songkla University, with the support of the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanpan, in short), was established in December, 2006. The Confucius Institute is the result of cooperation between Prince of Songkla University and Kwangsi Normal University. The primary objectives of the Confucius Institute are to develop a closer relationship between the two universities in order to open wider opportunities in Chinese language and Chinese culture for Thai people, and to develop a higher standard of Chinese study in Thailand. Most important, it will be working for the closer relationship between Thailand and China.

    药物缓释体系研究中心

    Website : http://dds.pharmacy.psu.ac.th

    The Drug Delivery System Research Center consists of an interdisciplinary team of faculty from the department of Pharmaceutical Technology and department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. The team of experts is taking a synergistic, interdisciplinary approach to research and graduate education in delivery of therapeutic agents. For this purpose, the drug delivery Research Center was awarded a grant of 5,000,000 Baht spread over five years beginning on July 1, 2007. In April 2007, the center was officially recognized by the University Senate for its present and future contribution to drug delivery.

    Most important component of the Drug Delivery System Research Center is the Advisory board, which is composed of the dean and representatives from different disciplines. Drug Delivery Research Center has sponsored a seminar program. Faculty in the Drug Delivery System Research Center has submitted interdisciplinary research proposals, while the center providing seed grants to encourage new research initiative and to support graduate students in research projects. The Drug Delivery Research Center also hosts an annual conference.

    生物医学工程研究所

    Website : http://www.bme.psu.ac.th/

         Institute of Biomedical Engineering was established on October 6, 2000 under the agreement between National Science and Technology Development Agency, Ministry of Science and Technology and Prince of Songkla University. Its objectives is to be the principal unit in creating and developing research network, organizing annual national conference and training workshop on biomedical engineering for the purpose of technology transfer. The institute also has the responsibility of creating research work and developing research personnel. Research in biomedical engineering has been carried out at Prince of Songkla University since 1993, even before the setting up of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering. The research work has resulted in several innovation and patents inside and outside the country; several innovations including commercially viable prototypes patents are pending. In addition, the institute has cooperated with government and private sectors in turning some research works into commercial products in order to improve and strengthen the competitiveness of the medical instruments and products industry of the country.

    其他办公室和单位

    The followings are other offices and Units in Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai Campus.


    宋卡王子大学附中(维塔亚努松学校)

    Website  http://www.psuwit.psu.ac.th

    PSU. Wittayanusorn School is a private secondary school that has close affiliation with Prince of Songkla University. Starting from the academic year 2008, the School has been selected by the Ministry of Science and Technology to be one of the four regional schools of the country to host a special three-year science classes program for high school level, grades 10 to 12, according to the proactive human resources development project to upgrade the science and technology capability of the country. The selection of students with high ability in mathematics and science for the science classes program is carried out by the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology in close collaboration with Prince of Songkla University. Each student who passes the selection will be entitled to a scholarship from grade 10 onwards, and subjected to certain additional criteria, will be eligible for a scholarship until he/ she can complete his/ her education up to a doctoral degree level.

    诗琳通公主自然历史博物馆

    Telephone 0-7428-8067
    Website http://www.nhm.psu.ac.th

    Prince of Songkla University Natural History Museum is graciously granted the royal permission from Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to be named “ Fifty Year Anniversary of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Natural History Museum” ( it is more commonly known as Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Natural History Museum). The princess also granted permission for the University to keep her Royal name abbreviation, “ สธ ”, on display in the Museum. The Museum principal role is to provide further education to the people of rural Southern Thailand about the natural history of Thai Peninsular so that it will lead to more conservation of natural resources and environment of the region.

    The Fifty Year Anniversary of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Natural History Museum is opened every Wednesday – Sunday between 9.00 – 16.30, except on public holiday. Admission charge is 30 Baht/ person for general public and 15 Baht for students.

    社区研究网

    Telephone074-286947
    Website http://crn.psu.ac.th/

    From the results of a research project “Reaching for Integrated Research with the Communities” sponsored by the Research and Development for Health in Southern Thailand Institute and headed by Assoc. Prof. Somyot Thungwa; it has become evident that if most of community research works carried out by the University are to be successful and find real application, a one stop services organization that can cater for both the inlet and outlet streams of works for researchers, academicians and the communities be set up in the university. As the communities want researches that could find real application, and in order that the researchers should have opportunities to understand the need of the communities and response by adjusting their research directions accordingly, the PSU Research and Development Office has offered to act as a central unit in coordinating the requirement of the both parties. It proposes to seek collaboration between researchers and communities in setting up a “ Communities Research Network” to develop data base for required specific researches from the communities point of views, arrange for brainstorming sessions between researchers and communities, publicize research works and pushing for their application. Its principal goal is to produce a PSU Technical Report Series that will systematically assemble the body of knowledge so that the university researchers can understand the need of the communities and can develop researches that find real application as well as providing a channel for dialogues between researchers and communities. One another goal is to publish a PSU Review to promote application of research works in the communities.

    宋卡王子大学医药学院药物信息中心

    Website : http://drug.pharmacy.psu.ac.th/

    The Drug Information Center Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, is a part of Pharmaceutical Information Services Network that comprises Pharmaceutical Information centers of Prince of Songkla, Mahidol, Naresuan, Chiang Mai, Mahasarakham, Ubon Ratchathani, Srinakharinwirot Universities, as well as Pharmaceutical Information centers of hospitals all over the country and individual pharmacist in Thailand.

    宋卡王子大学合艾校区广播站

    website   http://www.psuradio88.com

         PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station is an autonomous unit under the supervision of Prince of Songkla University. Initially it was only a training laboratory in audio and radio transmission for students of the department of Electrical Engineering Prince of Songkla University. Later on July 11, 1981 it began its broadcasting service for the first time, but during night time only, for only 5 hours a day and with no commercial. The first transmitter was a low power FM transmitter and was able to cover only a limited area. In 1983 commercial broadcasting was permitted and day time broadcasting allowed.

         The radio station has been continuously developed, a higher power transmitter and additional accessory equipments were installed so that the broadcasting now covers the entire area of Sonkla Province and some parts of the adjacent provinces. The radio station also provides relay transmission of Thai Language News from BBC of England, VOA of the United States and CRI of China, every day.

    Compare with other radio stations in southern Thailand, PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station has the largest percentage of news and knowledge programs. The primary responsibilities of the PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station are as follows:
    1. To publicize the missions and activities of the university.
    2. To broadcast local news, relay news transmission of the Radio of Thailand, relay transmission of Thai Language News of BBC, VOA and CRI.
    3. To be a training place for students who take courses in radio broadcasting or related courses.
    4. To produce and broadcast programs which involve participation of citizens of the communities in raising and trying to find solutions for the problems in the society and communities.
    5. To produce and broadcast/ relay transmission/ re-transmit education programs to improve the education of high school level students of the southern boarder provinces which have been plagued by the unrest problems so much so that the standard of education in the area is much below national standard, so that they stand a better chance to succeed in the university entrance examination/ university admission.

    Example of programs of the PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station:
    1. Coffee Shop: A talk-program about the country situation and general knowledge, on-air every Monday-Friday 10.00-11.00 am; and on Saturday (Sipping Coffee Beside the Coffee Shop) between 10.00-12.00 am.
    2. Direct Lines University Network: A talk-program about news, knowledge, and documentary resulting from cooperation of all the university radio stations of the country; on-air simultaneously Monday-Friday 12.00 am-13.00 pm.
    3. Our Community and Country: A talk-program aims to alleviate problems in society by inviting the citizens to air their complaints or grievance and then contacts, on-air or by phone, the responsible organizations to get the message across or to get the answer; it also covers matter of interest to the community; on-air Monday-Friday 13.00-17.00 pm.
    4. Around PSU on Sunday: A talk-program concerns mainly with public relation news, research, seminars or conferences news of all campuses of PSU; on-air every Sunday 18.00-19.00 pm.

    宋卡王子大学志愿者项目

    website http://volunteer.psu.ac.th/

              One of an important mission of Prince of Songkla University is to develop the university into an academic society, achieving a leading role in the fields of study consistent with the inherent potential of the community of southern Thailand, and with global linkage. The objectives are to develop local wisdom into a body of knowledge with added values to increase the understanding of local community way of life, as well as improving community strength and resiliency. Up to now, the university has produced a large quantity of research works relating to the community, but they have been largely piecemeal works, lacking in continuity and proper connection with the community. The research works which find application in the community is still minimal and the bulk of them do not positively response to the real need of community.
              The Institute of Research and Development for Health of Southern Thailand realizes that by creating opportunities for the graduates of the university to work more closely with the people of the community, the understanding and relationship between the university and the community will become much better. This can result in research works of more immediate use to the community which may be further developed to obtain works of international quality. In addition, it will help develop and mould graduates of the university to become citizens with public consciousness, idealism and appreciation of local community way of life. The Institute of Research and Development for Health of Southern Thailand has thus decided to set up the PSU Volunteer Project in order to bring about the benefit mentioned, and to make the university presence be more appreciated by the community.

    宋卡王子大学国际会议中心

    Telephone +66 (0) 7428 9900
    Website: http://www.psuicc.com/

    General Information

    PSU International Convention Center, the most recently completed international convention center of Thailand and the largest in Southern Thailand, was built in the gracious occasion commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the reign of His Royal Highness King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The Convention Center is located on Prince of Songkla University premise on Punnakan road, and only nine kilometers from Hat Yai International Airport. Another benefit of its location is its proximity to several places of excellence quality amenities and facilities. The Convention Center is remarkable for its applied Southern architectural outlook and fully equipped with modern facilities such as light-sound system and audio-visual equipments suitable for medium or large conferences and exhibition.

    普吉校区

    Prince of Songkla University is the first university in Southern Thailand. Its principal objectives are to raise the standard of education and support the development of the southern regional of the country as well as to be the center of higher education, and to increase the opportunity for tertiary education of the people of Southern Thailand. Since the beginning it was intended that the University be a multi-campuses university, and Phuket Campus is the third Campus of the University. Phuket Campus is situated at Tambon Katu, Thalang District, Phuket Province. The Campus is now composed of three faculties and one community college. Further information about the Campus may be found through the links shown below.

    Phuket Campus Website

    Institutes and Centers

    中心行政办公室和单位

    Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus consists of the following units:

    1. Policy and Planning Unit
              - Quality Assurance and Internal Audit sub-division
               : website (Thai)
    http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/qa
    2. Acquisition and Management of Resources Unit
              - Materials an Supplies sub-division
              : website (Thai) http:// www.phuket.psu.ac.th/asset
              - Building and Ground sub-ivision
              : website (Thai) http:// www.phuket.psu.ac.th/building
              - Welfares and Environment sub-division
              : website (Thai) http:// www.phuket.psu.ac.th/building
    3. Academic Services Unit
              - Registration sub-division
              : website (Thai) http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/registra
    4. Student Affairs Unit
              -Student Dormitory sub-division
              : website (Thai) http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/dormitory
    5. Administrative and Public Relation Unit
    6. Financial Unit
    7. Academic Unit

    校园指示图

    Phuket Campus Location/ Direction Map

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    Map of Phuket Campus

    1. Academic Service Building
    2. Building 3
    3. Industrial Services Building
    4. PSU LODGE HOTEL
    5. Cafeteria
    6. Basket Ball Court
    7. Faculty and Staff Residences
    8. Female Student Dormitory 2 (Cooperative’s Dormitory)
    9. Male Student Dormitory
    10. Female Student Dormitory 1 (Cooperative’s Dormitory)
    11. Building 1
    12. Tennis Courts and Volley Ball Courts
    13. Multi-purposes Sport Building
    14. Soccer Field
    15. Front Gate

    学生服务和福利设施

    Library

         The library of Phuket Campus has available online e-data base and e-journals. Students can borrow, renew or return books cross-campus or cross-institutions (with those institutions that collaborate with Phuket Campus Library on Inter-library Loan services)
    1. Library Hours During Semester Sessions
         Monday-Friday 08.30 – 19.30
         Saturday-Sunday 08.30 – 16.30
         Close on public hiliday
    2. Library Hours During Semester Braks
         Monday-Friday: 08.30 – 16.30
         Saturday-Sunday and public holiday: Close

    Gymnasium and Outdoor Field Spaces for Sports

         Phuket Campus has one gymnasium and several sport fields and courts for students and personnel of the University to make exercises for health as well as for organizing competition in various sports, for examples, badminton, basketball, volleyball, tennis, petanque and beach volleyball courts. These facilities are opened for use every day, and the gymnasium is opened from 14.00 – 22.30

    SSC (Self Study Center)

          Students and personnel of Phuket Campus can use SSC to practice languages skill and improve their understanding of cultures of various countries including Thailand. Opening time for SSC is between 08.30-16.30

    Cafeteria and Shops

         Canteens, minimarts, coffee shops, laundries, beauty saloons, gift shops, computer shop, bookstore, copying shops, and food kiosks are available within the Campus.

    Claiming of Mails, Parcels and Postal Order

          Students whose mails are addressed to a university dormitory or to a faculty may claim their mails at the respective dormitory office or faculty office. In claiming the mails, a student must produce his/ her student identity card or citizen identity card for examination by the responsible officers. The addressees may search for their EMS mails, registered letters or parcels, postal order in advance through the online Postal Search service at http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/intranet/mail/maillist.php
    Examples of the addressing of letters or parcels.
    To
    Mr. ……………………………….,
    Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus,
    Tambon Kratu, Amphoe Kratu,
    Phuket, 83120.

    (For the convenience of the recipient of postal ordesr, notify the sender to make them payable at Kratu Post Office)

    Cafeteria and shops:


         Several cafeterias and shops are located within the Campus. They include minimarts, coffee shops, laundries, beauty salons, gift shops, copy shops, food kiosks, computer shops, book stores.

    Wiless Area


    The locations of wireless areas within the Campus may be found at the Website  http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/wirelessarea

    图书馆

    Website :  http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/library/index.php

    General Information:

    Prince of Songkla University Phuket Campus is fully equipped with books data base, on-line books and journals search system and e-journals. Faculties and students can borrow and return books cross-campuses, or cross-institutions (for the institutions that are in collaboration with the University).

    Service Hours:


    During Semester Sessions:
    Monday-Friday 08.30 – 19.30
    Saturday-Sunday 08.30 – 16.30
    Public Holiday Closed

    During Semester Breaks:
    Monday-Friday 08.30 – 16.30
    Saturday-Sunday Closed Public Holidays Closed

    学习中心

    website : http://www.lc.phuket.psu.ac.th

    Vision:
    To be a center that provides the best in information resources service, computer and education media service on the coastal area of the Andaman Sea.

    Mission:
    To provide and coordinate academic services conforming with the University Mission, and to be an excellence center that supports the education and researches of the coastal area region of Andaman Sea.

    Necessities and Concept:
    1. The original structural division of teaching and learning support units of Prince of Songkla Phuket Campus was not in agreement with their actual day to day operation. Overlapping of works, too many steps in carrying out works, lack of centralized command in certain key areas has led to an ill-defined duty of personnel and difficult to manage and to follow up works. The situation was exacerbated by limited information resources, technology and man-power.
    2. Under the context of the changes in information technology, rapid advances in communication technology has become important factor in accelerating the changes in socio-economics and politics that produce impact on opportunities and pose dangers for all countries of the world. It is imperative that Thailand must carry out necessary reform, improvement and development in all fronts truly and continuously. As for the government organizations, the Government has pushed for the modernization of their roles, mission, financial and administrative structure systems, works steps and procedure, by employing information technology in all of their works and services.

    To conform with the Government policy, Prince of Songkla University Phuket Campus has reorganize its teaching and learning support units by adopting a unified or centralized approach for the management of teaching and learning resources of the Campus. The setting up of a Learning Center (LC) as the center of resources on library system, information technology, audio visual equipments will lead to more efficient services for the faculties/ teaching staff/ students/ university personnel in general. It will be a totally integrated single point service (one stop service). The Learning Center consists of the following units:

    1. The Library Unit: To carry out technical and management aspects of electronics information resources, keeping and maintaining archival records.
    2. The Information Technology Unit: To operate and maintain laboratories equipments, manage the development and services of information system, and do engineering works.
    3. The Audio Visual Unit: To provide audio-visual services, produce teaching media, print documents, manage the borrowing-returning of audio-visual equipments, and responsible for the maintenance of all audio-visual equipments.

    国际交流中心

    Website: : http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/iac

    The International Affairs Center is the coordinating center that carries out works in international student exchange programs between Prince of Songkla University and other universities. Its is also responsible for the provision of information about education prospect, scholarships etc. for prospective students

    普吉校区商务筹划中心

    Website  http://www.pcc.psu.ac.th/psu_bic_pk/index.html

    General Information:


    The Business Incubation Center Phuket Campus principal objectives are to help producing and developing entrepreneurs with emphasis on business that use innovation to increase international competitiveness potential which could lead to a stable and lasting economic growth. Its also aims to be a leading organization of the country for the promotion and management of intellectual properties and for technology transfer under the efficient management that values the satisfaction of those who seek services.

    服务和管理清晰和透明度协调中心

    Website : http://www.bcclean.psu.ac.th/

    In December 2000, a Cabinet resolution was passed pronouncing the clean and transparent organization objective as a main policy, with the status of national level plan, of the Government. It has declared corruption as a danger to the security of the country and ordered the ministries, departments and all governmental organizations to follow the action plan of creating the clean and transparent government organizations and fully cooperated in carrying out the works to reach the stated objectives. The orders given to each organization were specific on three objectives, namely, to set up a clean and transparent center, to devise the strategic plan for the center and to produce annual report of the operation and planning of the center.

    The University has set up committees to deal with the matter in July 2003. There are two levels of committees, the administrative committee chairs by the University President and with the vice president of each campus as committee members, and several working committees. The working committees comprise:


    1. The enhancement of efficiency and works method committee.
    2. The clean and transparent planning promotion and ethics committee.
    3. The clean and transparent inspection and evaluation committee.



    The University annual report on its clean and transparent center emphasizes the four aspects of strategic objectives, namely:

    1. Cleanliness and transparency regarding the system and wok method.
    2. Cleanliness and transparency regarding the readiness for inspection.
    3. Cleanliness and transparency regarding consciences and working culture.
    4. Physical cleanliness of the work-place and its environment.

    宋卡王子大学普吉孔子学院

    Website : http://www.confucius.phuket.psu.ac.th

    Confucius Institute at Phuket, Prince of Songkla University (CIP) was established by the cooperation between Prince of Songkla University and Shanghai University under the support of the Office of Chinese Language Council International (HANBAN) , the people republic of China. Its main missions are to promote Chinese language and culture, support researches and publicize news on Chinese culture in order to strengthen relationship between Thailand and the People Republic of China. The Confucius Institute at Phuket, Prince of Songkla University is an independently managed, self support and non-profit organization that aims to provide opportunities for school children, students, staff and general public in leaning or improving their knowledge and skill in Chinese language and culture.

    素叻他尼校区

    Prince of Songkla University has started to consider expanding its academic operation to Surat Thani Province in 1990 by setting up a working group to study the feasibility of establishing a Campus at Surat Thani. It was founded that the province has potential to be a center of higher education to support the economics and social development of the region. In addition, it has strong support from the local community groups, especially the private sector. The establishment of Surat Thani Education Service area project was thus approved and progressed at a steady speed until it has reached a full campus status.


    Surat Thani Campus, Prince of Songkla University is now a leading tertiary education center of the Upper Southern Thailand with the duty of producing competent graduates, providing academic services to community, preserving heritage in arts and culture. Since its inception, the Campus administration has always endeavored to promote and support research activities of its faculty. At the present a significant number of distinguished research works have been carried out here, and each year several research papers produced by the faculty of the Campus have been accepted and published in various national and international journals. The Campus is aiming to be an internationally recognized medium-level status campus, to be the center of education, research, academic services of Upper Southern Thailand, and especially to be a leader on the field of study that integrated the technological management sciences and environment sciences for a lasting use of biological resources of the region. In addition, it also aims to produce graduates who are proficient in information technology and have good command of current international languages. Further information about the Campus may be found through the links shown below.


    Surat Thani Campus Website : http://www.surat.psu.ac.th

    Surat thani Campus

     

    办公室和单位

    website : http://www.surat.psu.ac.th/sur_camp/

    Prince of Songkla University, Surat Thani Campus consists of the following units :
         - Surat Thani Community College
         - Faculty of Science and Industrial Technology
         - Faculty of Arts and Management Sciences
         - Office of Surat Thani Campus

    Surat Thani Community College

    The college has been established to provide short duration programs of study which are needed by the community. Its other functions are to organize academic service activities in order to impart knowledge to the society, producing research, transferring technology and preserving arts and culture of the region.
         - The academic service activities are aiming to promote and develop the potentials of community organizations, including those of the personnel of government and private sector; for examples, the development of personnel of local administration, tourist and education organizations.
         - The college places emphasis on research or activities that can lead to the transferring of technology to the community, for examples, the research to develop the potential of tourism for the community, or to develop the potential for agricultural tourism, or to act as consultant in planning for the development strategy.
         - The college also has the policy and goals of supporting and promoting arts and cultural activities of the local community.

    Faculty of Science and Industrial Technology

    The Faculty’s principal responsibility is the integration of academic management of sciences and industrial technology with emphasis on agricultural biological resources, especially on para rubber, oil palm, in response to the need of industry and society. The management is carried out for a lasting and complete development covering integration of several scientific disciplines in the production process.

    Faculty of Arts and Management Sciences

    Faculty of Arts and Management Sciences main responsibility is to manage the teaching of basic courses in languages, communication, business management, humanities and social sciences to students of every programs of study in Surat Thani Campus. It has also the missions to help solving problems and developing society and local community.

    Office of Surat Thani Campus

    The Office has the responsibility of supporting and coordinating activities of all the faculties and units of Surat Thani Campus. It consists of the following work groups/ center.
         - Academic Supporting Work Group: It comprises Education Service, Registration and Academic Evaluation, Student Affairs units.
         - General Work Group: It comprises Policy and Planning, Administrative, Budgetary Management, Building and Ground and Welfare units.
         - Document and Information Technology Work Group: It comprises library, computer services, language laboratories, education technology units.
         - Center of Scientific Laboratory and Central Equipments: It has the responsibility to support the teaching of scientific laboratory practice to students of all faculties, support research, provide academic services to the community and organizations within and outside the Campus.

    校园指示图

    Surat Thani Campus Location/ Direction Map

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    Map of Surat Thani Campus

    学生服务和设施

    Student Services and Welfares
         1. Students whose mails are addressed to a university dormitory or to a faculty may claim their mails at the Student Affairs Unit. The addressees may search for their EMS mails, registered letters or parcels, postal order, in advance through the online Postal Search service at the Campus website.
         2. Shuttle buses are provided free for students who want to do their shopping downtown every Saturday and Sunday.
         3. With the cooperation of Khun Talay Police Station, the University has arranged periodically visit, at least every two months, to students who live outside the Campus as one of the security measures to improve the security of students’ against bodily harm and damages or losses of properties.
         4. For any urgent matters, students may contact officers of the Student Affairs Unit through the office’s mobile phones, for 24 hours a day.

    Services Provided at Each Student Dormitory
         - Computer facilities with WiFi broadband system
         - Water coolers and water purifiers
         - Daily news paper
         - Public Telephones
         - Fitness room
         - Television room, with subscribed UBC cable network
         - Home medicine chest
         - Coin operated laundry facilities
         - Closed circuit television (CCTV)
         - Buddha and meditation room/ Muslim prayer room

    Document and Information Hall (library) Prince of Songkla University, Surat Thani Campus
         Document and Information Hall is located in the Central Academic Service Building. It is equipped with online search system for information resources within and outside the University, e-data base, e-journals. The students can borrow, renew, return information resource items cross-campus as well as using the available inter-library loan services for items outside the University Library System. Audio visual media of various formats are available at the Self-Learning Center, including Question-Answer Service, Search Help service through msn at the e-mail address lib_surat@hotmail.com. In addition, information about late return of borrowed items, amount of fine due, updating of information about resource items every Monday, request for services are available at the website website http://lib.surat.psu.ac.th

    Opening Time
    During Semester 1 and Semester 2 Sessions
         Monday-Friday 08.30 – 19.30
          One week before the start of final examination-the end of the final examinaton: Extend the closing time to 20.30.
         Saturday-Sunday 08.30 – 16.30
         Public holiday Close
    During Semester Breaks and Summer Semester
         Monday-Friday 08.30 – 16.30
         Saturday-Sunday and public holiday Close

    文件和信息办公室

    Website : http://lib.surat.psu.ac.th/web51/
    The Office of Documentation and Information, Surat Thai Campus provides information services to the students and personnel of Surat Thani Campus.

    Opening hours:

    During Semester Sessions
    Monday-Friday: 08.30 – 19.30
    Saturday-Sunday: 08.30 – 16.30
    Public Holiday Closed

    During Semester Breaks Monday-Friday: 08.30 – 16.30 Saturday-Sunday and Public Holiay: Closed

    科学试验和设备中心

    The Central Scientific Laboratories and Equipments Center is the center of practical learning in sciences of the Surat Thani Campus, it is also responsible for the maintenance of scientific equipments of the Center.

    Website  http://www.surat.psu.ac.th/sur_camp/

    油棕研究中心

    Website : http://opru.surat.psu.ac.th/index.php

    The Oil Palm Research Unit Prince of Songkla University Surat Thani Campus has carried out research and published works on oil palm and palm oil continuously, in the same direction as the Oil Palm Research and Development Center Hat Yai Campus. The Unit receives funding from the Thailand Research Fund (TRF), the Higher Education Commission, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Biotec), Suratthani Provincial Administration Organization, Suratthani Oil Palm Research Center, and several other companies in the Surat Thani and nearby provinces. The Research Unit has been successful in efficiently transferring the knowledge obtained from researches to government and private sectors, and to oil palm agriculturalists of the area.

    董里校区

    “The Establishment of Trang Campus, Prince of Songkla University project” sprang from the initiation of His Excellency Chuan Leekpai who was then concurrently a member of the house of representative for Trang Province and the Vice Chairman of Prince of Songkla University Council. His Excellency had proposed in his letter to the then president of Prince of Songkla University that the University should seriously consider the extension of its academic service area to cover Trang Province. The rationale behind his proposal was that although Trang Province is the most populated province on the west coast of Southern Thailand and being the center of Middle Southern Thailand, it still lacks tertiary education institution (university).

    A consultation meeting was then called between the University representatives and the representatives of the private sector and government officials of Trang Province. The outcome was that it is feasible to operate certain programs of study at Trang Province. The program of study agreed upon is the Business Administration in Business Computer. The University had then set up “The Establishment of Trang Campus, Prince of Songkla University project” and extend its education services area to include Trang Province. Subsequently, the then Bureau of University Affairs, had proposed that the format of the new Campus be revised from “a normal campus” to “ an information campus”. That is the dissemination of knowledge or information to students should rely more through online acquisition than through physical contact. The programs of study offered at Trang Campus place more emphasis on applied social science business and service industry, including business related technology. The Trang Campus is situated at Tambon Kuanpring, Muang District, Trang Province. At the present it has only one faculty, the Faculty of Commerce and Management. Further information about the Campus may be found through the links shown below.


    Trang Campus Website : http://www.trang.psu.ac.th

    Trang Campus

     

    办公室和单位

    - Library Unit
    website http://library.trang.psu.ac.th/

    - Information Technology Unit
    website http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/ccenter/

    - Audio Visual Unit
    website http://eds.trang.psu.ac.th/vision/

    - Quality Assurance Unit
    website http://eds.trang.psu.ac.th/ptw/QA/index.htm

    - Research Fund
    website http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/rtrang/

    - Student Council
    website http://eds.trang.psu.ac.th/ccenter/host/webstudentcouncil/INDEX.html

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    Trang Campus Location/ Direction Map


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    Map of Trang Campus

    学生服务和福利设施

    Cafeteria

    Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus has a large cafeteria to service its students. The cafeteria opens at 07.00 am-08.00 pm Monday-Friday, and 07.00 am-05.00 pm Saturday and Sunday. There are a many types of food available, single dish meal, ordered hot meal, Chinese style meal, Muslim meals, Khao Rad Kang (rice topping with variousThai style curries), and a variety of drinks.

    Lecture Rooms

    All lecture rooms at Trang Campus are fully aired condition.

    Library

    Library at Trang Campus is equipped with, and make extensive use of modern information technology in order to become an electronic library with internationally recognized customer services. Library services and opening hours are as follows :
         - Borrow and return books, journals, cassette tapes, CD-Rom : During semester sessions
         - Answer queries and provide help in searching for information : Monday-Friday, opening time 08.30 am-06.30 pm.
         - Provide service for the searching of electronic data base : Saturday-Sunday, opening time 10.00 am-05.00 pm.
         - VDO on demand service : Closed on public holiday
         - Internet service : During semester breaks
         - Online information search service on OPAC : Monday-Friday, opening time 08.30 am-04.30 pm.      Closed on Saturday-Sunday and public holiday      Summer Semester      Monday-Friday, opening time 08.30 am-04.30 pm.      Saturday, opening time 10.00 am-14.00 pm.      Closed on Sunday and public holiday

    Computer Facilities

    At the present, Trang Campus has set up five computer laboratories to facilitate the teaching and learning of its students, with the total of approximately 300 PCs. The Campus also provides after normal office hours services to its students as follows:
    Monday-Friday : opening time 16.30-24.00
    Saturday-Sunday: opening time 08.30-16.30
    Close on public holidays and during examination period.

    Transportation

    Trang Campus, Prince of Songkla University has made available buses and vans to support transportation need of organized student activities which has been approved by the University.


    Automated Teller Machines (ATM)

    There are two ATMs at the main entrance to the Trang Campus to facilitate the deposit and withdrawal of money, and bill payments.

    图书馆

    Website : http://library.trang.psu.ac.th

    General Information:

    The Library Trang Campus is the center of learning that has extensive stock of quality information resources. It provides excellence services in supporting the learning, teaching, researches for staff and students, and for inquisitive population of the University and society.

    Service Hours:
    During Semester Sessions:
    Monday-Friday 08.30 – 18.30 น. Saturday-Sunday 12.00 – 17.00 น. Public Holiday Closed

    During Semester Brake Sessions: Monday-Friday 08.30 – 18.30
    Saturday-Sunday Closed Public Holiday Closed

    学院

    At the present, in 2009, Prince of Songkla University consists of five campuses (or strictly, four campuses and one education service area). There are altogether 28 Faculties, 2 community colleges and one new faculty still in the establishment stage, the Faculty of Medical Technology. Information about all the faculties and colleges of each campus of PSU may be found at the following websites.

    Hat Yai Campus

     

    Pattani Campus

     

    Phuket Campus

     

    Surat Thani Campus

     

    Trang Campus

    合艾校区

    Hat Yai Campus is situated at Tambon Korhong, Hat Yai District, Songkla Province. Its education services are carried out by fifteen faculties and one graduate school.

    Graduate School Faculty of Science
    Faculty of Engineering Faculty of Natural Resources
    Faculty of Agro-Industry Faculty of Environmental Management
    Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Nursing
    Faculty of Dentistry Faculty of Phamarceutical Sciences
    Faculty of Management Sciences Faculty of Liberal Arts
    Faculty of Economics Faculty of Law
    Faculty of Traditional Thai Medicine Faculty of Medical Technology (Establishment Project)
    Prince of Songkla University International College (Establishment Project)

    研究生院


    For further information or inquiry, contact 0-7442-9084, 0-7428-6981 - 5, 0-7428-6996
    website http://www.grad.psu.ac.th/
           Prince of Songkla University has started to offer a graduate program of study in1979. The first graduate program offered was a master degree program in Chemical Studies. The Graduate School, with the status of a Faculty, was formally established on June 11, 1980, and entrusted with the main task of coordinating the teaching of graduate levels, maintaining the standard of education and quality assurance, supporting and promoting research as well as being a central unit for selecting and admitting graduate students. At the present, the graduate School offers 134 programs of graduate study, consisting of 5 programs of diploma, 2 programs of graduate diploma, 93 programs of master degree and 34 Ph.D. programs.

    科学学院



    website : http://www.sc.psu.ac.th/eng/

    Vision:        To be a leading faculty of the nation in producing well qualified sciences graduates, and in creating excellence in research in specific fields of specialization.
    Mission:        To Produce graduates in sciences who are knowledgeable and morally sound; to impart and provide academic services which are accurate, up to date; to place emphasis on research with application on the development of southern Thailand, and to strive for academic standard of international level.
           The Faculty of Sciences was established in 1967 with temporary office in a building of the Faculty of Medical Science, University of Medicine (Now the Faculty of Pharmacy, Mahidol University), with the initial objectives of providing the teaching of basic science subjects to engineering student of the Faculty of Engineering and to prepare for the establishment of other faculties of applied sciences in the future. In 1979 the Faculty enrolled its first group of students, total 54, into the programs of Bachelor of Chemistry and Bachelor of Mathematics. At that time the Faculty consisted of only 5 departments and 1 teaching unit, and with only 67 faculties and staff.

    工程学院


    Website: : http://www.eng.psu.ac.th/
    Telephone: : 0-7428-7108 Tel/ Fax 0-7428-7111

    Vision:

    To produce engineers and academic works which are recognized internationally.

    Mission:

    • To produce graduates who are capable and competent, morally sound, familiar with and capable of adapting autonomous/ constructivist learning experience to their future professional works
    • To build up the body of knowledge and appropriate technology suitable for the development of regional industries, with linkage to the global network.
    • To integrate research and academic service knowledge and experiences for teaching purposes.
    • To create learning environments which are suitable and widely opened for the general public.

    Faculty of Engineering Prince of Songkla University, the first faculty of the University, was established in 1967. Number of enrollment of the first batch of student was 50.

    Internal Organization Units of the Faculty:

    1. Secretary Office TEL : 0-7428-7107 FAX : 0-7421-2803 E-mail :sarrapee.s@psu.ac.th

    2.Academic Services Unit TEL : 0-7428-7088-9 FAX : 0-7445-9399 E-mail : kitiyaporn.s@psu.ac.th

    3.Engineering Computer Unit TEL : 0-7428-7094 E-mail :info@eng.psu.ac.th

    4.Information Technology Management Curriculum Unit: TEL : 0-7428-7430

    5. Energy Engineering Center: TEL : 0-7421-2802 FAX : 0-7421-2802

    6. Department of Electrical Engineering http://www.ee.psu.ac.th TEL : 0-7428-7045-6 FAX : 0-7445-9395 E-mail : booncharoen.w@psu.ac.th

    7.Department of Mechanical Engineering http://www.me.psu.ac.th TEL : 0-7428-7035-6 FAX : 0-7421-2893 E-mail : mech@me.psu.ac.th

    8.Department of Civil Engineering http://homepage.eng.psu.ac.th/ce TEL : 0-7428-7015-6 FAX : 0-7421-2891 E-mail : nsupit@.psu.ac.th

    9.Department of Industrial Engineering http://www.psu.ac.th/ie TEL : 0-7428-7025-6 FAX : 0-7421-2892 E-mail : somjai.pro@psu.ac.th

    10.Department of Chemical Engineering http://homepage.eng.psu.ac.th/che TEL : 0-7428-7055-6 FAX : 0-7421-2896 E-mail : lupong.k@psu.ac.th

    11.Department of Computer Engineering http://www.coe.psu.ac.th TEL : 0-7428-7075-6 FAX : 0-7421-2895 E-mail : darunee.s@psu.ac.th

    12.Department of Mining and Materials Engineering http://www.mne.psu.ac.th TEL : 0-7428-7065-6 FAX : 0-7421-2897 E-mail : thawatchai.p@psu.ac.th

    13.13. Specialized Research and Development Center for Alternative Energy from Palm Oil and Oil Crops TEL : 0-7428-7185

    14. Networking Technology Research Center, Tel: 0-7428-7075-6 (contact person: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sinchai Kamolpiwong).

    15. Engineering Materials Research Center, Tel: 0-7428-7321 (contact person: Assoc. Prof. Pitsanu Bunnual).

    16. Energy Technology Research Center, Tel: 0-7428-7035 (contact person: Assoc. Prof. Gumpon Prateepchaikul).

    Study Programs:

    Bachelor Degree Programs (12 programs):

    The Faculty offers 12 undergraduate programs of study. They are Bachelor programs in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Production Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering.

    Master degree Programs (12 programs):

    The Faculty offers 11 master degree programs of study. They are master degree programs in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Industrial and System Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Computer Engineering, Materials Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Management (part time), Information Technology Management (part time).

    Doctor of Philosophy Programs (5 programs):

    At the present, the Faculty runs 5 doctoral of philosophy programs in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering.

    自然资源学院


    Website : http://natres.psu.ac.th/

    General Information:

    Faculty of Natural Resources was established in October 1975 with the objectives of carrying out academic works in developing the body of knowledge in agriculture and in the management of natural resources of the country, especially in the management of renewable resources such as the natural resources in fishery, soil, water, forestry, and environments, through the following three principal processes.
            1. Leaning and Teaching: To produce graduates who are competent in the science of managing sustainable agriculture with minimal adverse impact on resources and environment.
            2. Research: To search for and develop the body of knowledge, systems, modern technology which may be applied to the development of agricultural production; management of resources regarding industrial, economic and social aspects; conservation of natural resources and environment; remedy of agricultural problems of communities.
            3. Academic Services: To publicize, disseminate, and apply knowledge and modern technology obtained from research to help solve problems of society at the rural, regional, national and international levels.

    Faculty of Natural resources enrolled its first batch of students, 60 in all, in 1977, for the Bachelor of Science degree (Agriculture) in Plant Science, Animal Science, Agricultural Development programs; and for the Bachelor of Science (Agro-industry) program. In 1987, the Faculty started to offer postgraduate study programs for Master Degrees in Biotechnology, Food Technology, and Plant Science. In 2000, the Faculty offered its first Ph.D. program in Plant Science. Up to 2007, the Faculty has produced 3,848 bachelor degree holders, 608 master degree holders and 4 persons with the degrees of doctor of philosophy.

    At the present, the Faculty of Natural Resources consists of 6 departments and 2 units.
            1. Department of Plant Science
           2. Department of Animal Science
            3. Department of Aquatic Science
           4. Department of Earth Science
            5. Department of Pest Management
            6. Department of Agricultural Development
            7. Research and Service Unit
            8. Faculty Secretary Office

    Philosophy/ Dedication Statement:

    Faculty of Natural Resources Prince of Songkla University has adopted one of HRH Prince Mahidol Aduldej, the King’s father motto “Let consideration of personal gain take second place for the overall benefit of mankind. Prestige and wealth are natural rewards for a just and sincere dedication to work” as its dedication statement.

    Vision:

    To be a leading faculty in agricultural research and to produce well qualified graduates in agriculture and in the management of natural resources, as well as to be a place upon which the communities in the region rely in all matter of agriculture.

    Mission:

    1. To build up a body of knowledge in agriculture and natural resource management that integrates modern technology with traditional rural wisdom for the benefits of learning and teaching, so that our graduates are able to participate in the development of the rural communities, country and region efficiently.
           2. To carry out research in topics that are important to Southern Thailand concerning with agricultural production system and natural resources management; and aiming for the increase in agricultural production qualitatively and lastingly with considerable saving on investment and resources.
           3. To continuously disseminate knowledge, provide academic services and support the solving of agriculture and natural resource management problems of the communities.

    Goals:

    1. To increase education opportunities and equality for communities in Southern Thailand and to produce internationally recognized graduates in agriculture and natural resource management programs who are realized of the importance of the balanced and lasting usage of the resources, enthusiastic in seeking knowledge, morally sound, and sociable.
           2. To produce researches on agriculture and resource management that are diverse and up to international standard, with emphasis on important problems of the region concerning with production systems, the development and increase in efficiency of management.
           3. To build up a body of knowledge on agriculture and natural resources management that are efficient and suitable for applying to communities as well as to utilize rural community wisdom so that the Faculty may be relied upon by communities in helping them to solve agricultural problems.

    Programs of Study:

    The programs of study offer by the Faculty of Natural Resources are as follows:
    Bachelor Degree Programs:

    • 1. Bachelor of Science (Agriculture): There are 5 programs offered.
      • Plant Science Program
      • Agriculture Development Program
      • Pest Management
      • Soil Science
      • Animal Science
    • Bachelor of Science (Aquatic Science)

    Master Degree Programs: There are 7 full time programs and 1 part time program.
    • Plant Science
    • Animal Science
    • Agricultural Development ( Full Time and Part Time)
    • Entomology
    • Pathology
    • Aquatic Science
    • Soil Resources Management

    Doctor of Philosophy Program: There are 3 programs.
    • Plant Science
    • Aquatic Science
    • Tropical Agricultural Resources Management

    Each year the Faculty of Natural Resources admits about 400 students for Bachelor degree programs, through direct entrance examination of the University and the central examination of the Higher Education Commission. At the present there are 1,281 undergraduate students, 256 Master Degree students and 29 Doctor of Philosophy students.

    农工学院


    Website : http://agro.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To strive for academic excellence in Agro-Industry, at international level, and to serve the society with quality.

    Mission:

    1. To produce research works and graduates in Agro-Industry of international calibre.
    2. To provide knowledge to the community in order to lead to acceptable standard of development and self-reliance.

    The Faculty of Agro-Industry is an important tertiary education institute in southern Thailand which has contributed significantly to the development of agro-industry in Thailand, especially in the southern region. The Bachelor degree of Science in Agro-Industry has been offered since 1976, and in 1987 the Master degrees programs in Food Technology, and in Biotechnology has also been offered, under the department of Agro-Industry, the Faculty of Natural Resources. The department of Agro-Industry was later upgraded to become the Faculty of Agro-Industry in 1994, in order to support the economic expansion and the development to boost the income of agricultural sector. The faculty consists of the department of Food Technology, Biotechnology, Material Product Technology, Agro-Industrial Technology and Faculty Secretariat. Two additional supporting units, the center of Agro-Industry development for Export, and the center for Calibration of Measurement Instruments are later added.

    At the present, the Faculty of Agro-Industry offers Bachelor degree programs of study in, Agro-industry, Material Product Technology, Agro-Industry Technology Management. The Master degree programs offered are in Food Technology, Biotechnology, Fishery Product. The Ph.D. programs offered are in Food Technology, and Biotechnology.

    医学院


    Faculty of Medicine Website : : http://medinfo.psu.ac.th
    Songklanagarind Hospital : http://hospital.psu.ac.th

    Vision:

    To be an excellent Faculty of Medicine of international repute.

    Mission:


    1. Produce and develop high quality medical personnel who are morally and ethically sound.
    2. Provide excellent health services of international standard.
    3. Create research works, body of knowledge and innovation of high quality.
    4. Integrate important missions, give social guidance and aim for international achievement.

    The Faculty of Medicine was set up in order to mitigate the public health problems in southern Thailand and to solve medical personnel shortage problem. It was formally established in 1972 and enrolled the first batch of 35 medical students in 1973. Initially its temporary office was located in the Faculty of Engineering, the teaching was undertaken in the Faculty of Science and the practical clinical training was carried out in Hat Yai Hospital and Songkla Hospital. In March 1979, the first batch of 31 students was graduated.

    Since the beginning, it has been envisaged that a large hospital be built on the campus to facilitate the teaching, research, training for medical personnel in various disciplines and for the provision of health-care to the general public. On August 26, 1976 the foundation stone of the hospital of the Faculty of Medicine was laid by His Majesty the King, and the name “ Songklanagarind Hospital” was later graciously bestowed upon it. The hospital was formally opened, in 1986. It is now capable of accommodating up to 635 in-patients.

    The Faculty of Medicine consists of 13 departments, namely, Anesthesiology, Biomedical, Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery and Physical Medicine, Otolaryngology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Radiology and Surgery.

    护理学院



    website : http://www.nur.psu.ac.th/

    Nursing education at Prince of Songkla University was initially under the umbrella of the Faculty of Medicine. A department of Nursing was set up in the Faculty of Medicine, and the first group of students was enrolled in 1973. The Faculty of Nursing was formally established in 1980 to provide tertiary education in nursing and to produce nursing personnel in accordance with the national economic and social development plan, as well as to be the center of nursing education of southern Thailand. It is now consists of eight departments, and one unit, namely, the department of Pediatric Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing, Administration of Nursing Education and Nursing Service, Surgical Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Obstetric-Gynecologic Nursing and Midwifery, Medical Nursing, Fundamental Nursing and the preschool-children development unit.

    牙科学院


    Faculty of Dentistry Website: : http://www.dent.psu.ac.th/
    Dental Hospital Website:: : http://dental.psu.ac.th/unit/dentalhospital/index.php

    Vision:

    To be a leading institute in dentistry, nationally, in 2007.

    Mission:

    To proudly produce dentistry personnel, academic works and dental services of international quality, by working in teams, for oral health of the people.

    Faculty of dentistry consists of 6 departments; the department of Oral Biology and Occlusion, Prosthetic, Preventive Dentistry, Conservative Dentistry, Surgery, Stomatology.

    药学院


    เว็บไซต์คณะเภสัชศาสตร์ : http://www.pharmacy.psu.ac.th
    เว็บไซต์หน่วยเภสัชสารสนเทศ : http://drug.pharmacy.psu.ac.th

    Vision:

    To be a leading research-based institute on pharmaceutical sciences in Asia, entrusted with the duty to produce graduates and work for the benefit of the community.

    Mission:


    • To develop knowledge, produce academic output and research works of high quality for the benefit of teaching, learning, and academic services.
    • To produce, in response to the need of society and country, qualified pharmaceutical personnel at the bachelor degree level and higher, who are good citizens, capable, morally and ethically sound and in possession of public consciousness.
    • To offer academic services relating to pharmaceutical sciences to society in various forms, such as the production, analysis and research of pharmaceutical products; to give services in medicine and health related products, and to give advice and information on pharmaceutical products and clinical pharmacy.
    • To develop potential of pharmaceutical profession in playing a significant role in the development of the public health system of the country, for the better life-quality of the Thai people.
    • To preserve heritage in arts and culture, and to conserve traditional Thai wisdom.

    The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, is the first institution of higher learning in Pharmaceutical Sciences in southern Thailand which offers study programs in undergraduate level and higher. It was initially set up as a unit in the Establishment of Medical Sciences Center Project, Prince of Songkla University, in 1972. The Faculty was formally established in 1978, with assistant professor Dr. Sunalinee Nikrothanonta as the first Dean. The first batch of students was admitted, through the direct entrance examination, into the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences program, in 1979. Up to the academic year 2008, a total of 30 batches of students have been admitted and the Faculty has produced more than 2,000 graduates to serve the country.

    管理学院



    website : http://www.mgt.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be a leading faculty in southern Thailand in the teaching and research in management sciences, of both government and private sectors, regionally and internationally within 2012.ท้องถิ่นและนานาชาติ ภายในปี 2555

    Mission:

    To focus on administering education in management sciences, theory as well as application, of both government and private sectors in order to produce well qualified graduates. To strive for academic excellence through research works and academic services for the community.

    Initially in 1974 the Bureau of University Affairs had approved in principle the setting up of a Faculty of Social Sciences at Hat Yai Campus. However, according to the then prevailing university policy that Hat Yai Campus was to be the center of sciences and technology while the Pattani campus the center of arts, culture and social sciences; the University Council has agreed in 1975 that the new faculty to be established must have its name changed to Faculty of Management Science. At the present, the Faculty of Management Sciences consists of 2 departments, the department of Business Administration and the department of Political Sciences.

    文学院


    website : http://www.libarts.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be a leading faculty in the region that specializes in humanities, social sciences and linguistics.

    Mission:


    1. To produce graduates in liberal arts who are knowledgeable, morally sound, wide-vision, able to adjust to society, capable of forming a body of knowledge with community linkage.
    2. To manage general education in order to impart to students the desired characteristics required by the university.
    3. To be the source of knowledge and research, for the development of human and society.
    4. To provide community services in matter of importance in order to raise and develop the quality of people in the region.
    5. To preserve national heritage in arts and culture in order to foster the love, care, and appreciation of their values, as well as to learn and understand the importance of diverse cultures.

    The Faculty of Liberal Arts was established in 1997, in order to support and manage the teaching of general education in response to the production of graduates who must possess the desired characteristics as stipulated by the university. In addition, the faculty will focus on the academic development at the graduate level, the development of research and community services. The Faculty of Liberal Arts consists of two departments, the department of Educational Foundation and the department of Languages and Linguistics; the faculty color is orange-red.

    经济学院



    Telephone : +66-7428-6233
    Fax : +66-7445-9353
    Website : http://www.economics.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

           To be an institute that produces graduates, carries out researches, provides academic services on economic matters, and is well recognized locally and nationally.

    Mission:

           1. To produce graduates who are knowledgeable in economics, capable of making use of economic theories and principles appropriately, as well as morally and ethically sound.
           2. To create research works and academic services of qualities, and always place public interest before individual profit.

    General Information:

           The University had offered the first program in Economics in 1991, the Bachelor of Science in Economics program. The Master of Science in Agricultural Business program followed, in 1999, the first such program in the country. Later in September 2003, the University Council of Prince of Songkla University officially approved the establishment of the Faculty of Economics, the first economics faculty in Southern Thailand. At the beginning most of it resources and staff were those transferred from the now defunct Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, and several staff members were from the economic branch of the Faculty of Management Sciences. The Faculty now offers 2 undergraduate programs and one master degree program. They are Bachelor Degree program in Economics, Bachelor of Science program in Agricultural Economics, and Master of Arts program in Agribusiness Management.        At the present the Faculty temporary site is situated on the second floor of the Building 2, Faculty of Natural Resources, Hat Yai Campus. Its permanent location, a new building adjacent to the Faculty of Liberal Arts is under construction and scheduled to be finished in June 2009.

    法学院



    website : http://www.law.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

           To be a leading law faculty of the nation, constantly build up the body of knowledge to cope with social dynamics.

    Mission:

           1. To produce graduates who are knowledgeable in their profession, morally sound and competent in foreign languages.
           2. To build up knowledge in law consistent with the context of Thai society.
           3. To develop the Faculty of Law to be an academic society, and to offer academic services to the community.

           Law profession is one of the important professions which can affect the national security in economics, social, peace and order, and fairness in society. The University Council passed the resolution to set up the Faculty of Law at Hat Yai Campus, and after a curriculum for Bachelor degree in Law was completed the first law student was admitted in 2002. The Faculty of law is focusing on researches in law in order to solve social problems in the locality of southern Thailand. The faculty was formally established in 2003 and currently offers Bachelor programs of study in business law, public law, civil and commercial law, and international law.

    传统泰医学院



    website : http://www.ttmed.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

           To be a leading institute in the management of Thai medicine of the country.

    Mission:

           1. Produce graduates with Bachelor degree/ Master degrees/ Ph.D. degree in traditional Thai medicine.
           2. Produce research works in traditional Thai medicine and in southern rural medicine in order to gain knowledge which may be used in the teaching and academic services, especially the research works which focus on validation of theories, development of body of knowledge and services on traditional Thai medicine, by combining scientific, social and humanistic thinking and reasoning.
           3. Transfer knowledge obtained from experience or researches to community through academic services.
           4. Provide academic services on health improvement, prevention and curing of diseases and offer health services based on modern mainstream practice and traditional Thai medicine practice.
           5. Preserve heritage in arts and culture.

           The traditional Thai medicine has coexisted with Thai society for a long time. It is the medical practice which based on practical experience of Thai wisdom accumulated and transferred through the ages. Even though much of the traditional Thai medicine has been neglected of late and replaced by modern medicine, it is not yet disappeared from Thai society. It is still used for curing diseases and taking care of the health of a segment of Thai people. The study and transfer of knowledge are still going on by the practitioners of traditional Thai medicine, individually and by private organizations in the form of associations or groups involving with traditional Thai medicine or traditional Thai pharmacy.

    Prince of Songkla University has recognized the potential of traditional Thai medicine as an alternative medical option for Thai society. The university decided to play a role in the management of education in traditional Thai medicine at the tertiary education level in order to preserve, study, research, and develop this alternative medical option which is expected to be of benefit to society and the country. After the proposed education in traditional Thai medicine had been incorporated into the development plan of the university for the period 2002-2006, a committee was formed to set up a curriculum for the Bachelor Degree of Science in Traditional Thai Medicine. The curriculum was approved by the University Council in 2004, and the first group of students were enrolled in 2005.

    医学技术学院



    Temporary Office : Room 511, fifth floor, Science and Technology Building, Faculty of Science
    Telephone: : 074-288314, Fax: 074-288315
    Website: : http://medtech.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be the Faculty that is excellence in academic services, researches, knowledge in medical technology; and is an internationally recognized institution.

    Mission:

    1. To produce graduates in medical technology who are professionally competent and morally sound.

    2. To develop research works that benefits society.

    3. To provide academic services in support of general health of the people.

    General Information:

    Medical technology is a profession which needs a license to work, as stipulated by the Medical Technology Profession Act B.E. 2547. The body which is invested with the power to organize and administer the working of medical technology profession is the Medical Technology Council. The Council has the power and duty to oversee and set standard for all works of the profession which involve interaction with human in order to bring about medical samples and proceed with scientific and technological methods of testing, analyzing, research and reporting the results in order to help in the diagnosis, follow up, treatment, prognosis, disease prevention, or for the evaluation of health condition and the application of research knowledge in developing medical diagnostic products.

    The curriculum of Bachelor of Science Program in Medical Technology, a four-year program of study, was approved by the University Council in 2007. The curriculum places emphasis on disease prevention aspect and universal health promotion. The education management is compatible with the expected diverse cultural background of the students. The first enrollment of students for this program occurred in 2008. The program aims to produce medical technology graduates who possess vision, morally and ethically sound, knowledgeable and competent in accordance with professional standard. The graduates should also possess initiativeness, creativeness, and have potential for self-learning and can carry out own research in order to develop the body of knowledge in sciences and medical technology. The Faculty encourages collaboration between institutions and organizations within and outside the country, actively engages in providing community services and strives for academic excellence, based on sufficiency economy principles.

    宋卡王子大学国际学院


    Temporary Office :2th Floor, the President Building, Hat Yai Campus
    Telophone : +66-7428-2831
    Website : http://www.uic.psu.ac.th

    General Information:

    On September 15, 2007, the University council Prince of Songkla University passed a resolution that agreed in principle to set up a project to established Prince of Songkla University International College. The assigned responsibility framework of the college is given below.

    1. To be in charge of the teaching of general education courses in English.

    2. To offer an international program of study that is managed solely by the College.

    3. To offer international programs in collaboration with universities from abroad.

    4. To offer new programs of study in collaboration with other faculties of the University.

    5. To act as the based unit in teaching English Programs for bi-lingual curriculums.

    6. To collaborate with language institutes in organizing language preparatory courses for students/ prospective students of various international programs of study

    International Programs of Study:

    International programs of study expected to be available in the near future are,

    1. Chinese Language Studies Program, scheduled for 2010.

    2. Information Communication Technology Program, scheduled for 2010.

    3. Islamic Management Program, scheduled for 2011.

    4. Accounting Information System Program, scheduled for 201x.

    北大年校区

    Pattani Campus is situated at Tambon Ruesamilae, Muang District, Pattani Province. Its education services are carried out by six faculties and one college.

    Faculty of Education Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Faculty of Science and Technology Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts
    Faculty of Communication Sciences Faculty of Political Science
    College of Islamic Studies

    教育学院



    Website : http://eduit.pn.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To produce graduates of high professional standard in Education, and to create academic works of international standing in 2012.

    Mission:

    1.Produce teachers and educational personnel who are professionals, possess leadership quality and desired social skill and morality and ethics; and to promote equal opportunity in education for all.
    2.Produce research works and education innovation; and build up a new body of knowledge which will improve the quality of graduates, the education and social development.
    3.Develop the Faculty of Education into an academic society; provide academic services in various forms and formats in order to develop the education and human resources in every level.
    4.Preserve local and national heritage in arts and culture, promote education profession, and create diverse cultural capital in our graduates in Education.

    The Faculty of Education, the second faculty of Prince Songkla University, was founded in 1968. In that year the first group of students, 60 in all, were enrolled, with 35 enrolled in science program and the rest in liberal arts program; the teaching was initially carried out in the temporary office in Bangkok which was also used by the engineering students. On November 9, 1968 (the day later commemorated as Ruesamilae Day), the students and staff of the faculty were moved to its permanent site at Pattani Campus. It became the first faculty of Prince of Songkla University which was on its permanent location. At that time there were only 11 faculty members, with Professor Nop Palakavongsa Na Ayudhya as the dean of the faculty.

    At the beginning only major programs in Mathematics, General Science, English, Thai, and Social Sciences were offered. The Faculty of Education aimed to produce bachelor degree teachers, who would teach in secondary schools in the 14 southern provinces, and to expand the undergraduate study in education to the southern region in accordance with the policy of the government put forwards in the Southern Development Plan. Cooperation with the communities in order to improve the education and to raise the academic level of teachers was also sought. The faculty later expands its operation in response to the need of society as its potential and readiness permitted. It is now consists of the department of Physical Education, Education, Education Management, Education Technology, Psychology and Guidance, Educational Evaluation and Research, Demonstration School and Demonstration Nursery.

    人文与社会科学学院



    Website : http://huso.pn.psu.ac.th/

    วิสัยทัศน์

    Vision:

           To be the faculty which is excellent in the production of graduate and in the development of knowledge in order to create wisdom for society.

    Mission:

    1. To manage quality education and participate in creating linkage in national and international network of education.
    2. To develop the body of knowledge by strengthening research.
    3. To integrated the body of knowledge and wisdom of diverse cultures in order to apply it to the production of graduates and the development of society.

    The Faculty of Humanities of Prince of Songkla University was established in 1974, in response to the plan put forwards in the 3th National Economic and Social Development Plan (1972-1976). In 1975 it was renamed the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in order to be more consistent with policy of the Southern Development Committee which designated the Pattani Campus as the center of arts, culture and social of southern Thailand. At the present, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences consists of 8 departments; the department of Thai Language, Western Languages, Library and Information Sciences, Social Sciences, Philosophy and Religions, History and Arts, Eastern Languages, and Geography.

    科学与技术学院



    Website : http://www.sat.psu.ac.th

    Vision:

           To be a leading faculty in the production of graduates and research, and in providing academic services in sciences and technology.

    Mission:

    1.Develop and incubate our graduates so that they are good citizens, and instill self-learning culture, public consciousness, high morale and good ethics, and international competency in them.
    2.Create research works, scientific and technological innovation which will leads to the development of the new body of knowledge, and develop graduate study in order to make it strong internationally.
    3.Transfer technology to those who need it, provide academic services, and create necessary network for a strong and secure society.
    4.Administer and discharge duty efficiently and effectively to attain academic excellence under the principle of good governance.

    Planning for the establishment of the Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Pattani Campus, Prince of Songkla University, came as early as 1978 just after the original university policy of maintaining Pattani campus as the center of arts, culture and social sciences, and Hat Yai Campus as the center of sciences and technology had been changed. The University Council was then of the opinion that for social, economic, political and national security reasons a science related faculty with ability and potential for the development of southern Thailand be established at Pattani Campus in addition to the two existing faculties, namely the Faculty of Education and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

    The Establishment of Faculty of Sciences and Applied Technology Project was set up by the University Council in 1978, and later for reasons related to geography and natural resources of southern Thailand, the project was renamed “the Establishment of Faculty of Sciences and Technology Project”.

    The Faculty of Sciences and Technology was formally established in 1985, it consists of 5 departments, the department of Sciences, Technology and Industry, Food Sciences and Nutrition, Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Polymer and Rubber Technology.

    美术与应用艺术学院



    Website : http://finearts.pn.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

           To be a leader in fine and applied arts in the regional, national and international levels.

    Mission:

    To operate in line with the stated university missions, with special emphasis on four missions, namely the management of learning and teaching, researches, academic services and the preservation of arts and culture.

    The Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts was initially set up as “the Establishment of the Faculty of Fine Arts Project” in 1997, and incorporated into the 8th Tertiary Education Development Plan of Prince of Songkla University (1997-2001). However, in October 2000 the University Council passed the resolution to change the project to “the Establishment of the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts Project”.

    After formally established in 2002, the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts started to enroll its first group of students in two disciplines, dividing into three programs of study, namely into the curricula of Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art, Acting, Acting (continuing study). In 2003 an additional program of study has been added, the program of study in Applied Arts; and a master degree program in Acting has been introduced in 2006. The Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts has fully equipped to carry out its main duty in producing graduates, doing research, providing academic services to the community and preserving arts and culture heritage.

    传媒学院



    Website: http://www.comm-sci.pn.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be the center of learning and production of media, and of academic services in communication sciences, of the region; and to strive for excellence in research on communication for peace.

    Mission:

    1. Produce graduates who are good, competent and aware of the good of public benefits.
    2. Focus on researches related to communication sciences for peace, in the context of multi-culture society.
    3. Develop the faculty to be the center of production of media, and of academic services on communication sciences of the region.
    4. Perform every task of the faculty by using the knowledge management system of a learning organization.

    The Faculty of Communication Sciences places emphasis on the integration of “information sciences” with “information technology and communication” in order to build up the body of knowledge and produce graduates of “information society” and of “knowledge- based society”. The graduates must be communication literate, able to access information data base and capable of applying technology skillfully, creatively, as well as must be capable of applying knowledge to develop one-self to be a leader in the profession, in the academic and social matter in the future.

    政治学院



    Website : http://polsci.pn.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be a place of excellence in political sciences education, and is recognized nationally and globally.

    Mission:

    1.Develop human resources with skill and knowledge necessary for the development and administration of society.
    2.Build up the body of knowledge for peaceful governance and for a fair society.
    3.Create potential for excellence for the institution.

    Initially political sciences study was a minor subject of the Social Development major and the Geography major programs of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Pattani Campus. Later on, two major programs in Political Sciences, the general political sciences program, and the political sciences for the southern border provinces programs were offered in 1982; and they underwent a major revision in 1994. The Faculty of Political Sciences, Pattani Campus, was formally established in 2005. It has the primary duty to produce graduates, do research, provide academic services, preserve arts and culture, and bridge the gap which may exist between the government administrators’ view points and local community culture on certain issues. The faculty places emphasis on public policy and international relation which are related to community culture and consistent with the political, administration, economics and social conditions of southern Thailand.

    伊斯兰研究学院



    Telephone : 0-7333-1305
    Fax : 0-7334-8726
    Web : http://www.cis.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

    To be a leading tertiary education institute on Islamic Studies that helps to develop in a balanced manner, based on Al Islam norm, Thai Muslim society and local communities.

    Mission:

    1. To function in the manner consistent with the University mission.
    2. To produce graduates who possess the characteristics and capabilities desired by the College of Islamic Studies.
    3. To be the center of education and research of Islamic science and Muslim society in Thailand.
    4. To be the center of community service that promotes virtue and ethics in society and helps to create good understanding and develop Thai Muslim society and local communities in a balanced manner.
    5. To preserve and impart artistic values and Muslim culture that are consistent with the Islamic principles.
    6. To be an international institute in Islamic Studies within 2011.

    General Information:

    Initially the University favored the policy of setting up an Islamic Studies department within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Pattani Campus. A committee was set up to prepare a curriculum and the first program of study leading to a Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies was approved in 1980. However, it was later decided to set up a faculty status unit to manage the Islamic Studies programs instead.

    The College of Islamic Studies was formally established in 1989 to be the center of education and research in Islam and to provide academic services to society as well as to produce personnel in every disciplines of Islamic studies. At the present, the College of Islamic Studies consists of the Secretary Office, Academic and Community Service Office, and the Department of Islamic Studies.

    The purpose of the establishment of the College of Islamic Studies at Pattani Campus Prince of Songkla University stemmed from the attempt to resolve the insurgency problem in the Southernmost provinces of Thailand which has been continuing for several decades. As a consequence of a special policy for the region formulated by the National Security Council and approved by the Cabinet, the National Economic and Social Development Committee had proposed in the fifth National Economic and Social Development Plan that an education center for the study of Islam be established at Pattani Campus Prince of Songkla University to provide education at all levels up to tertiary education level. It is hope that by initiating the study of Islam in the University, a better understanding of the multi-culture environment will prevail.

    Internal Units of the College:

    1. The Secretary Office
    2. Academic and Community Service Office
    3. The Department of Islamic Studies

    Programs of Study:

    Doctor of Philosophy Degrees:
    1. Doctor of Philosophy Program in Islamic Studies
    Master Degrees:
    1. Master of Arts Program in Islamic Studies
    2. Master of Education Program in Islamic Educational Administration and Management
    Bachelor Degrees:
    1. Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Studies
    2. Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Law
    3. Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Economics and Management
    4. Bachelor of Arts Program in Middle East Studies
    5. Bachelor of Education Program in Islamic Education
    6. Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Studies (International Program)

    普吉校区

         Puket Campus is situated at Tambon Katu, Katu District, Phuket Province. Its education services are carried out by four faculties and one community college
    Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Faculty of Technology and Environment
    Faculty of International Studies Phuket Community College
    Faculty of Engineering

    酒店管理与旅游学院



    Tel : 0-7627-6200
    website : http://www.fht.psu.ac.th

    Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism has now offered several international programs of study in both undergraduate and graduate levels. It was established in 1994 with the first batch of enrollment of only 40 students. The Faculty now has over 700 undergraduate students.

    From research and yearly survey of job satisfaction of new graduates of Prince of Songkla University, it is found that comparing with graduates in the fields of humanities and social sciences of PSU, the graduates of the Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism has the highest percentage of finding jobs that directly related to their undergraduate education background. The yearly survey also indicates that apart from being competent in their profession, the strong points of the graduates of the Faculty are skill in using foreign languages especially English and computer skill.

    工程学院



    Website  :  http://www.coe.phuket.psu.ac.th/home.php

    General Information:

    In order to increase opportunity in tertiary education for students in Phuket and nearby provinces, the Faculty of Engineering Phuket Campus, in close collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering Hat Yai Campus has offered a Bachelor of Computer Engineering Program at Phuket Campus.

    技术与环境学院



    Address : 80 Mu 1, Vichit Songkram Road, Kratu District, Phuket, 83120
    Tel : 0-7627-6106, 0-7627-6118-20
    Website : http://te.psu.ac.th/

    Vision:

           To produce highly qualified graduates in information technology and environment who are competent, has potential for self-development; and to be a well-known source of up to date knowledge in information technology and environment.

    Mission:

    • To produce knowledgeable, morally and ethically sound graduates who qualified as development specialists, possess good self-understanding and good appreciation of the values of the institute and society.
    • To develop and integrate research works so as to become an internationally recognized center of knowledge, especially on the matters concerning with the need of the community on the coastal area of the Andaman Sea, and of the country; and to promote the transferring of knowledge that could find real application.
    • To support and promote the upgrading of qualification of staff and to increase research output that places emphasis on the development of the coastal area of the Andaman Sea.
    • To be the leader in academic services on ICT, and environment.
    • To support and promote local arts and culture.


    The Faculty of Technology and Environment at Phuket Campus was separated from Phuket Community College and established as an independent faculty in 2005. The objectives of the Faculty are to produce graduates and academic works in environment and information technology, to integrate new knowledge and become an internationally recognized center of learning that successfully serves the need of communities and the country, to help facilitate the transferring of knowledge which may find real application. The Faculty has strong teamwork of faculty and supporting staff and has a number of recognized research works to its credit. It has several interesting curriculums to offer such as Information Technology, Electronics Business, Software Engineering, Computer Sciences (in cooperation with the Faculty of Science), Computer Engineering (in cooperation with the Faculty of Engineering). Current outstanding development projects are Animation and Multimedia. Research and development on resources and environment of the coastal area of the Andaman Sea is also actively carried out.

    The faculty places emphasis on improving skill in English language of students of every program. At least 30 % of computer subjects are taught in English. Work experience is an integral part of every curriculum. A phase one compulsory practical training of 320 hours is required for each curriculum of undergraduate study. Students with high learning potential would be selected to enroll in co-operative education program, a program that formally integrates a student's academic studies with work experience in co-operative employer organizations, (designated as program A), and those with less potential must enroll in another program (designated as program B). For a program B student, an additional phase two practical training of at least 320 hours is compulsory (bringing the total compulsory practical training to at least 640 hours). After the project “the Greater Phuket Digital Paradise” with Phuket Province selected as the center of business and development on information technology of the region has been sanctioned by the government, there exist a great deal of interest and business alertness in the province. The Faculty has since received much needed support from the local communities.

    Internal Units:

    The Faculty of Technology and Environment consists of the following units.
    1. The Dean Office
    2. Academic Unit

    Programs of Study:

    At the present, the Faculty of Technology and environment has offered one Master degree Program of study and five Bachelor degree programs of study in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

    Master Degree Program:
    1. Master Degree Program in Technology and Environment
    Bachelor Degree Programs:
    1. Bachelor of Science Program in Information Technology
    2. Bachelor of Science Program in Software Engineering
    3. Bachelor of Science Program in Electronics Business

    国际研究学院



    Tel : 0-7627-6262
    Website : http://www.fis.psu.ac.th

    Faculty of International Studies is responsible for the teaching of courses on languages, humanities and social sciences, multi-disciplinary courses in general education group, for undergraduate students of Phuket Campus. The Faculty is engaged in research and education management in the field of international studies, languages and culture. It is in liaison with other regional and international organizations in establishing a network for cooperation in learning and practice with the aim of exchanging and developing learning experience, as well as for the co-existence of the world communities in a peaceful manner.

    For further information or inquiry, contact 66 – 7627- 6262
    website (Thai) http:// www.fis.psu.ac.th

    普吉社区学院



    Tel : +66-7627-6402-4
    Website : http://www.pcc.psu.ac.th

    Vision:

           To be a leading institute in knowledge management and innovation that responds to the need for development and life-long learning of local and global communities.

    Mission:

    • Provide academic services which are up to international standard.
    • Develop potential associated with knowledge management that can be applied for the benefits of community.
    • Study the need of the region and support local research for the development of human resources and society.

    General Information:



    Scarcity of high schools, unemployment of Bachelor degree graduates in certain disciplines, shortage of middle level personnel in the employment market, and coupling with the almost non-existent of tertiary education institutes which can provide vocational education consistent with the need of community, especially in the southern provinces of Thailand, had given rise to the concept of community college in order to mitigate these problems. The Establishment of Phuket Community College Project was set up in 1977, by Prof. Sawas Sakulthai, then the president of Prince of Songkla University. The college started to accept students in 1977, into the certificate program in Hotel and Tourism (2-year study program). The Phuket Community College was formally established in 1986; the first community college in the country, entrusted with the main duties of providing academic services to the community and managing certificate level education (2-year programs).

    In its early stage of development, the college rented a 2-storey terraced building for use as an office, and used the Municipal School and the Teacher Training College for teaching. The practical training was carried out with the help of local business offices and companies. Phuket College Community offered 8 certificate level programs of study (2-year programs), they were Hotel and Tourism, Mining, Aquaculture, Agricultural Technique, Applied Arts, Rubber Technology, Business Computer, and Security. In the first ten years, it was highly successful; there were no lack of enthusiasts who want to enroll, and all who completed the programs of study were able to find employments. Nevertheless, since 1988 the demands were lessened year by year, and reach the minimum in 1993.

    It was found that anomalies existed between general acceptance of Certificates (2 year programs) of the Community College and the Diplomas (2 year programs) of other institutions, although these curriculums were almost the same. The holders of Phuket Community College certificates could not transfer credits earned to any Bachelor program, and their starting salaries were lower than those who obtained diplomas. With the increase in education institutes, both in government and private sectors, and the creation of 77 Community College establishment projects of the Ministry of Education that offered 2-year diploma programs, the situation became worsen. In 1996, the college modified their 2-year certificate programs of study and changed them to 3-year diploma programs of study. However, the situation did not improve. In 1997 the Phuket Community College stopped accepting students in all of its diploma programs and started to revamp its education operation and curriculums so as to be more consistent with the existing education trend and economics situation of the country.

    素叻他尼校区

    Surat Thani Campus is situated at Ban Khao Tha Petch,Tambon Makhamtia, Muang District, Surat Thani Province. Its education services are carried out by two faculties and one community college.
    Faculty of Science and Industrial Technology Faculty of Arts and Management Sciences
    Surat Thani Community College

    科学与工业技术学院



    Website : http://www.surat.psu.ac.th/ftm/web48/index.htm

    Faculty of Sciences and Industrial Technology has the main duty of integrating the sciences and industrial technology in developing our biological resources, especially para rubber and oil palm in response to the need of industry and society. The management will be carried out under the lasting and complete development approach, covering diverse disciplines and with emphasis on integrative process of production.

    文艺与管理学学院



    Website : http://artsci.surat.psu.ac.th

    Faculty of Arts and Management Sciences has the main responsibility of providing the teaching of basic courses in languages, communication, business management, humanities and social sciences to students of every programs of study in Surat Thani Campus. Its other mission is to develop, give help in identifying and solving problems of the local community and society.

    素叻他尼社区学院


    Website (Thai) : http://scc.surat.psu.ac.th/

    Surat Thani Community College has the responsibility to organize short courses required by the community, to preserve arts and culture, and to provide academic services which involve the imparting of knowledge, technology and research works to the community.

    • Academic Services: Organize academic services to promote and develop the potential of community organizations and personnel of both government and private sectors, for example , the development of local community officers, tourism and education personnel, as well as acting as consultants in the preparation of strategy for development.
    • Research: Place emphasis on research which has direct application on the community, for example, the research to improve the potential of community tourism, agricultural tourism.
    • Preservation of Arts and Culture: Place emphasis on activities that promote local arts and culture.

    董里校区

    Trang Campus is situated at Tambon Kuanpring, Muang District, Trang Province. It has only one faculty.

    Faculty of Commerce and Management

    商业管理学院



    Website : http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/

    The Faculty of Commerce and Management now offers programs of study in both Bachelor degrees and Master degree levels, with 8 Bachelor degree programs and one Master degree program, as follows;

    Bachelor Degree Programs:

      Business Administration in Information Management and Computer
    • Business Administration in Accounting
    • Business Administration in Accounting Information System
    • Business Administration in Insurance
    • Business Administration in Accounting (2 years continuing study)
    • Business Administration in Marketing
    • Business Administration in Tourism Management
    • Business Administration in Electronic Commerce
    Master Degree Program:
    • Political Science

    学习专业

    Programs of study are grouped into undergraduate programs and graduate programs. Details information about the programs of study offered at each campus and expected expenses may be found at the following links:

    本科专业

    At the present, all five Campuses of Prince of Songkla University combined have 135 under graduate programs of study to offer. The programs of study offered at each Campus may be found from the following links.

    合艾校区

    The undergraduate programs of study offered by the faculties of Science, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Natural Resources, Engineering, Agro-Industry, Law, Management Sciences, Liberal Arts, Economics and Thai Traditional Medicine (Establishment Project), at Hat Yai Campus, are listed below.

    Faculty of Dentistry
     
     

    - Doctor of Dental Surgery Program
    Degree: D.D.S.
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Medical Science
    Degree: B.Sc.(Medical Science)
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    Faculty of Medicine
     
     

    - Bachelor of Medicine Program
    Degree: Doctor of Medicine, M.D.
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Medical Science
    Degree: B.Sc.(Medical Science)
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    -Bachelor of Science Program in Biomedical Sciences
    Degree: B.Sc.(Biomedical Science)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program Physical Therapy
    Degree: B.Sc.(Physical Therapy)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Radiological Technology
    Degree: B.Sc.(Radiological Technological)
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    Faculty of Nursing
     
     

    - Bachelor of Nursing Science Program
    Degree: B.N.S.
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    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
     
     

    - Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program (5-year program)
    Degree: B.Pharm.
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    - Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in
    Pharmaceutical Care(6-year program)
    B.Pharm.(Pharmaceutical care)
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    Faculty of Traditional Thai Medicine
     
     

    - Bachelor of Science Program in Traditional Thai Medicine
    Degree: B.Sc.(Traditional Thai Madicine)
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    Faculty of Natural Resources
     
     

    - Bachelor of Science Program in Agriculture
    Degree: B.Sc.(Agriculture)
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    -Bachelor of Science Program in Aquatic Science
    B.Sc.(Aquatic Science)
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    Faculty of Science
     
     

    - Bachelor of Science Program in Biotechnology
    Degree: B.Sc.(Biotechnology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Information and Communication Technology
    Degree: B.Sc.(Information and Communication Technology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Computer Science
    B.Sc.(Computer Science)
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    -Bachelor of Science Program in Information Technology (Continuing Studies)
    B.Sc.(Information Technology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Mathematics
    Degree: B.Sc.(Mathematics)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Microbiology
    Degree: B.Sc.(Microbiology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Physics
    B.Sc.(Physics)
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    - Bachelor of Sience Program in Chemistry
    Degree: B.Sc.(Chemistry)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Material Science)
    ชื่อปริญญา วิทยาศาสตรบัณฑิต (วัสดุศาสตร์)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Polymer Science
    B.Sc.(Polymer Science)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Statistics
    B.Sc.(Statistics)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Biology
    B.Sc.(Biology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in General Science (Chemistry-Biology)
    B.Sc.(General Science)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in General Science (Chemistry-Physics)
    Degree: B.Sc.(General Science)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in General Science (Mathematics-Physics)
    Degree: B.Sc.(General Science)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in General Science (Mathematics-Chemistry)
    Degree: B.Sc.(General Science)
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    Faculty of Engineering
     
     

    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Production Engineering
    B.Eng.(Production Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Computer Engineering
    B.Eng.(Computer Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Chemical Engineering
    B.Eng.(Chemical Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mechanical Engineering
    B.Eng.(Mechanical Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical Engineering
    B.Eng.(Electrical Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mechatronics Engineering
    B.Sc.(Mechatronics Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Civil Engineering
    B.Sc.(Civil Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mining Engineering
    B.Sc.(Mining Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Material Engineering
    B.Sc.(Materials Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Environmental Engineering
    B.Sc.(Environmental Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering
    B.Sc.(Industrial Engineering)
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    - Bachelor of Engineering Program in Biomedical Engineering
    B.Sc.(Biomedical Engineering)
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    Faculty of Agro-Industry
     
     

    - Bachelor of Science Program in Food Science and Technology
    B.Sc.(Food Science and Technology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Material Product Technology
    B.Sc.(Material Product Technology)
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    - Bachelor of Science Program in Agro-Industry Technology Management
    B.Sc.(Agro-Industry Technology Management)
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    Faculty of Law
     
     

    - Bachelor of Law Program
    B.L.
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    Faculty of Management Sciences
     
     

    - Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Finance
    B.B.A.(Finance)
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    - Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Marketing
    B.B.A.(Marketing)
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    - Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Human Resources Management
    B.B.A.(Human Resources Management)
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    - Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Information Technology Management
    B.A.A.(Information Technology Management)
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    - Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Management (international)
    B.A.A.(Management)
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    - Bachelor of Accountancy Program
    B.Acc.
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    - Bachelor of Accountancy Program (continuing studies)
    B.Acc.
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    - Bachelor of Public Administration Program in Human Resources Management
    Degree: B.P.A.(Human Resources Management)
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    - Bachelor of Public Administration Program in Public Policy
    B.P.A.(Public Policy)
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    - Bachelor of Public Administration Program in Local Government and Administration

    B.P.A.(Local Government and Administration)
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    Faculty of Liberal Arts
     
     

    - Bachelor of Arts Program in Language for Development
    B.A.(Language for Development)
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    - Bachelor of Arts Program in Chinese for Communication
    B.A.(Chinese for Communication)
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    - Bachelor of Arts Program in Community Studies
    B.A.(Community Studies)
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    Faculty of Economics
     
     

    - Bachelor of Economics Program in Economics
    B.Ec.(Economics)
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    - Bachelor of Economics Program in Agricultural Economics
    B.Ec.(Agricultural in Economics)
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    北大年校区

    At the present, Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus consists of six faculties and one college, namely, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Humanities and of Social Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Communication Sciences, Faculty of Political Sciences and College of Islamic Studies.

    Faculty of Science and Technology

        – Bachelor of Science Program in Applied Mathematics Degree: B.Sc.(Applied Mathematics) Download Curriculm – Bachelor of Science Program in Chemistry-Biology Degree: B.Sc.(Chemistry-Biology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Industrial Chemistry Degree: B.Sc.(Industrial Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Physics Degree: B.Sc.(Physics) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Agricultural Technology Degree: B.Sc.(Agricultural Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Fishery Technology Degree: B.Sc.(Fishery Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Rubber Technology Degree: B.Sc.(Rubber Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Food Science and Nutrition Degree: B.Sc.(Food Science and Nutrition) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Communication Science

        – Bachelor of Arts Program in Communication Arts Degree: B.A.(Communication Arts) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Integrated Marketing Communication for Development Degree: B.A.(Integrated Marketing Communication for Development ) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Information and Communication Technology for Management Degree: B.Sc.(Information and Communication Technology for Management) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Media Design and Production Innovations Degree: B.Sc.(Media Design and Production Innovations) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Political Science

        – Bachelor of Political Science Degree: B.Pol.Sc. Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

        – Bachelor of Arts Program Degree: B.A. Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program Degree: B.Sc. Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program Degree: B.B.A. Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts

        – Bachelor of Arts Program in Visual Arts Degree: B.A.(Visual Arts) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Performing Arts Degree: B.A.(Performing Arts) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Performing Arts (Continuing Studies) Degree: B.A.(Performing Arts) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Applied Arts (Continuing Studies) Degree: B.A.(Applied Arts) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Education

        – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (Chemistry) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (Physics) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (Biology) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (General Sciences) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (Chemistry-Biology) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Education (Physics-Mathematics) Degree: B.Sc.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Education (Thai Language) Degree: B.A. (Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Education (English) Degree: B.A.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Education (Guidance and Counseling Psychology) Degree: B.A.(Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Elementary Education Degree: B.Ed.(Elementary Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Elementary Education Guidance and Counseling Psychology Degree: B.Ed.( Elementary Education Guidance and Counseling Psychology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Arts Education Degree: B.Ed.(Arts Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Home Economics Degree: B.Ed.(Home Economics) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Education Technology Degree: B.Ed.(Education Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Education Measurement and Information Technology Degree: B.Ed.( Education Measurement and Information Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Physical Education Degree: B.Ed.(Physical Education) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Health Education Degree: B.Ed.(Health Education) Download Curriculum      

    College of Islamic Studies

        – Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Studies Degree: B.A.(Islamic Studies) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Law Degree: B.A.(Islamic Law) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Islamic Economics and Management Degree: B.A.( Islamic Economics and Management) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Arts Program in Middle East Studies Degree: B.A.(Middle East Studies) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Education Program in Islamic Education Degree: B.Ed.(Islamic Education) Download Curriculum

    普吉校区

    Prince of Songkla University is the first university in Southern Thailand. Its principal objectives are to raise the standard of education and support the development of the southern regional of the country as well as to be the center of higher education, and to increase the opportunity for tertiary education of the people of Southern Thailand. Since the beginning it was intended that the University be a multi-campuses university, and Phuket Campus is the third Campus of the University.

    Faculty of Technology and Environment

        1. Bachelor of Science Program in Computer Science Degree: B.Sc. (Computer Science) Download Curriculum 2. Bachelor of Science Program in Information Technology Degree: B.Sc. (Information Technology) Download Curriculum 3. Bachelor of Science Program in Software Engineering Degree: B.Sc. (Software Engineering) Download Curriculum 4. Bachelor of Science Program in Electronic Business Electronic Business Degree: B.Sc. (Electronic Business) Download Curriculum 5. Bachelor of Science Program in Computer Engineering Degree: B.Eng. (Computer Engineering) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Service Industry

        1. Bachelor of Arts Program in International Business (Chinese) (international) Degree: B.A. (International Business) Download Curriclum 2. Bachelor of Business Administration Program inTourism Management (international) Degree: B.B.A. (Tourism Management) Download Curriculum 3. Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Hospitality Management (หลักสูตรนานาชาติ) Degree: B.A.A. (Hospitality Management) Download Curriculum 4. Bachelor of Arts inThai Studies (international) Degree: B.A. (Thai Studies) Download Curriculum

    5. Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Studies (international)

    Degree: B.A. (Chinese Studies) Download Curriculum

    素叻他尼校区

    Faculty of Technology and Management

       

    – Bachelor of Science Program in Bioproduction Degree: B.Sc. (Bioproduction) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Rubber Industry Management Degree: B.Sc. (Rubber Industry Management) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Bioprocessing Technology Degree: B.Sc. (Bioprocessing Technology) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Science Program in Industrial Management Degree: B.Sc. (Industrial Management) Download Curriculum            

    Faculty of Arts and Sciences

        – Bachelor of Science Program in Information Techology Degree: B.Sc. (Information Technology) Download Curriculum

    董里校区

    At the present, Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus has eight programs of undergraduate study to offer to the public. They are all belonged to the Faculty of Commerce and Management. The programs offered are as follows:

    Faculty of Commerce and Management     – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Information and Computer Management Degree: B.B.A. (Information and Computer Management) Download โครงสร้างหลักสูตร – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Accounting Degree: B.B.A. (Accounting) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Accounting Information Degree: B.B.A. (Accounting Information) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Insurance Degree: B.B.A. (Insurance) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Marketing Degree: B.B.A. (Marketing) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Tourism Management Degree: B.B.A. (Tourism Management) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Electronic Commerce Degree: B.B.A. (Electronic Commerce) Download Curriculum – Bachelor of Business Administration Program in Accounting (Continuing studies) Degree: B.B.A. (Accounting) Download Curriculum

    研究生专业

    At the present, the Graduate School has 134 programs of studies to offer, comprising 5 graduate diploma programs, 2 higher graduate diploma programs, 93 master programs and 34 PH.D. programs.

    合艾校区

    Faculty of Dentistry

       

    – Master of Science Program in Oral Health Sciences Degree: M.Sc.(Oral Health Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Dentistry Research Degree: M.Sc.(Dentistry Research) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Degree: M.Sc.(Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) Download Curriculum – Graduate Diploma Program in Clinical Medical Science Program (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) Degree: Grad.Dip.(Clinical Medical Science) Download Curriculum – Graduate Diploma Program in Periodontics Degree: Grad.Dip.(Clinical Medical Science) Download Curriculum – Graduate Diploma Program in Oral Medicine Degree: Grad.Dip. (Clinical Medical Science) Download Curriculum – Graduate Diploma Program in General Dentistry Degree: Grad.Dip. (General Dentistry) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Oral Health Science Degree: Ph.D. (Oral Health Science) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Medicine

        – Master of Science Program in Epidemiology Degree: M.Sc. (Epedemiology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Biomedical Sciences Degree: M.Sc. (Biomedical Sciences) Download Curriculum – Higher Graduate Diploma Program in Clinical Medical Science Degree: Higher Grad.Dip. (Clinical Medical Science) Download Curriculum – Graduate Diploma Program in Epidemiology Degree: Grad.Dip. (Epidemiology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences Degree: Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Nursing

        – Master of Nursing Science Program in Adult Nursing (Normal Program) Degree: M.N.S. (Adult Nursing) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Child Nursing (Normal program) Degree: M.N.S. (Child Nursing) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Adult Nursing (Special Program) Degree: M.N.S. (Adult Nursing) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing (Special Program) Degree: M,N.S. (Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Administration (ภาคพิเศษ) Degree: M.N.S. (Nursing Administration) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Community Nursing Practice (ภาคพิเศษ) Degree: M.N.S. (Community Nursing Practice) Download Curriculum – Master of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Science (international) Degree: M.N.S. (Nursing Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Health System Research and Development Degree: M.N.S. (Health System Research and Development ) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Nursing Science (international) Degree: Ph.D. (Nursing Science) Download Curriculumร      

    Faculty of Environmental Management

        – Master of Science Program in Environmental Management Degree: M.Sc. (Environmental Management) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Environmental Management Degree: Ph.D. (Environmental Management) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences

        – Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in Clinical Pharmacy Degree: M.Pharm. (Clinical Pharmacy) Download Curriculum – Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences Degree: M.Pharm. (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Download Curriculum – Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in Social and Administrative Pharmacy Degree: M.Pharm. (Social and Administrative Pharmacy) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Cosmetic Sciences (international) Degree: M.Sc. (Cosmetic Sciences) Download Curriculum – Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in Herb Sciences (international) Degree: M.Sc. (Herb Sciences) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, for applicants with Bachelor degrees, or for applicants who are studying for Master degrees Degree: Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, for applicants with master degrees. Degree: Ph,D. (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Pharmaceutical Care, for applicants with Bachelor degrees, or for applicants who are studying for Master degrees Degree: Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Care) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Pharmaceutical Care, for applicants with master degrees Degree: Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Care) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Natural Resources

        – Master of Science Program in Plant Science Degree: M.Sc.(Plant Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Soil Resources Management Degree: M.Sc. (Soil Resources Management) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Agricultural Development Degree: M.Sc. (Agricultural Development) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Plant Pathology Degree: M.Sc. (Plant Pathology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Animal Science Degree: M.Sc. (Animal Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Aquatic Sciences Degree: M.Sc. (Aquatic Sciences) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Entomology Degree: M.Sc. (Entomology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Tropical Agricultural Resources Management Degree: Ph.D, (Tropical Agricultural Resources Management) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Plant Science Degree: Ph.D. (Plant Science) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Aquatic Science Degree: Ph.D. (Aquatic Science) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Science

        – Master of Science Program in Anatomy Degree: M.Sc. (Anatomy) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Mathematics and Statistics Degree: M.Sc. (Mathematics and Statistics) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Chemistry Degree: M.Sc. (Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Organic Chemistry Degree: M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Chemical Studies Degree: M.Sc. (Chemical Studies) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Microbiology Degree: M.Sc. (Microbiology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Biochemistry Degree: M.Sc. (Biochemistry) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics Degree: M.Sc. (Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Geophysics Degree: M.Sc. (Geophysics) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Forensic Science Degree: M.Sc. (Forensic Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Ecology (international) Degree: M.Sc. (Ecology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Botany Degree: M.Sc. (Botany) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Physics Degree: M.Sc. (Physics) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Pharmacology Degree: M.Sc. (Pharmacology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Computer Science Degree: M.Sc. (Computer Science) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Polymer Science and Technology Degree: M.Sc. (Polymer Science and Technology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Physiology Degree: M.Sc. (Physiology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Zoology Degree: M.Sc. (Zoology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Chemistry Degree: Ph.D. (Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Organic Chemistry Degree: Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Microbiology Degree: Ph.D. (Microbiology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Biochemistry Degree: Ph.D. (Biochemistry) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Biology Degree: Ph.D. (Biology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics Degree: Ph.D. (Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Physics Degree: Ph.D. (Physics) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Polymer Science and Technology Degree: Ph.D. ( Polymer Science and Technology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Physiology Degree: Ph.D. (Physiology) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Management Sciences

        – Master of Business Administration Program in Business Administration Degree: M.B.A. (Business Administration) Download Curiculum – Master of Arts Program in Political Science Degree: M.A. (Political Science) Download Curriculum

    北大年校区

    Faculty of Science and Technology

       

    – Master of Science Program in Applied Chemistry Degree : M.Sc.(Applied Chemistry) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Polymer Physics Degree: M.Sc.(Polymer Physics) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Polymer Technology Degree: M.Sc.(Polymer Technology) Download Curriculum – Master of Science Program in Research Methodology Degree: M.Sc.(Research Methodology) Download Curriclum – Master of Science Program in Food Science Degree: M.Sc.(Food Science) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Polymer Technology Degree: Ph.D.(Polymer Technology) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Research Methodology Degree : Ph.D.(Research Methodology) Download Curriculum      

    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

        – Master of Arts Program in Thai Language Degree: M.A.(Thai Language) Download Curiculum      

    Faculty of Education

        – Master of Education Program in Education Psychology Degree: M.Ed.(Education Psychology) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Community Development Education Degree: M.Ed.(Community Development Education) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Educational Administration Degree: M.ED.(Educational Administration) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Elementary Education ?Degree: M.Ed.(Elementary Education) Download Curriclum – Master of Education Program in Educational Measurement and Research M.Ed.(Educational Measurement and Research) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Educational Technology and Communications Degree: M.Ed.(Education Technology and Communications) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Science Education Degree: M.Ed.(Science Education) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Early Childhood Education Degree: M.ED.(Early Childhood Education) Download Curriculum – Master of Education Program in Teaching and Learning System Design Degree: M.Ed.(Teaching and Learning System Design) Download Curriculum – Doctor of Philosophy Program in Education Innovation and Leadership Degree: Ph.D.(Education Innovation and Leadership) Download Curriculum      

    College of Islamic Studies

        – Master of Arts Program in Islamic Studies M.A.(Islamic Studies) Download Curriculum      

    普吉校区

    Faculty of Industrial Services

       

    – Master of Business Administration Program in Tourism and Service Management (International) Degree: M.B.A.(Tourism and Service Management) Download Curriculum

    本科生学费

    The education fees chargeable to students of various undergraduate programs of study, for academic year 2008, are as follows:

    1. Rate of education fees for a normal semester (semesters 1/ and 2).
    1.1 Group 1
        1) Faculty of Medicine 6-year program,      23,000 Baht
        2) Faculty of Dentistry 6-year programs,      26,000 Baht
    1.2 Group 2.1
        1) Faculty of Engineering
            - Normal programs      15,000 Baht
            - Special programs at Phuket Campus       24,000 Baht
        2) Faculty of Natural Resources      15,000 Baht
        3) Faculty of Agro-Industry      15,000 Baht
        4) Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
            - 5-year programs      16,000 Baht
            - 6-year programs      19,000 Baht
    1.3 Group 2.2
        1) Faculty of Medicine
            - Physical Therapy programs      15,000 Baht
            - Technical Radiology program (2-year continuing study)      16,000 Baht
        2) Faculty of Science
            - 4-year programs and programs at Phuket Campus      13,000 Baht
            - Information Technology programs (2-year continuing study)      18,000 Baht
        3) Faculty of Science and Technology      13,000 Baht
        4) Faculty of Arts and Sciences
            - Information Technology      13,000 Baht
        5) Faculty of Communication Sciences       14,000 Baht
        6) Faculty of Nursing
            - 4-year programs      15,000 Baht
            - 2-year continuing study program      16,000 Baht
        7) Faculty of Traditional Thai Medicine      15,000 Baht
        8) Faculty of Technology and Management      15,000 Baht
        9) Faculty of Technology and Environment      21,000 Baht
    1.4 Group 3
        1) Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences      11,000 Baht
        2) Faculty of Liberal Arts
            - 4-year programs      11,000 Baht
            - 2-year continuing study       12,000 Baht
        3) Faculty of Political Sciences       11,000 Baht
        4) Faculty of Education
            - 4-year and 5-year programs      11,000 Baht
        5) College of Islamic Studies
            - 4-year and 5-year programs      18,000 Baht
        6) Faculty of Economics      12,000 Baht
        7) Faculty of Law
            - Normal program      12,000 Baht
            - Graduate program      17,000 Baht
        8) Faculty of Commerce and Management
            - 4-year programs      12,000 Baht
            - 2-year continuing study      14,000 Baht
        9) Faculty of Management Sciences
            - 4-year programs      48,000 Baht
            - Management programs (international)      15,000 Baht
            - Accounting programs (2-year continuing study)      13,000 Baht
        10) Faculty of Liberal Arts       13,000 Baht
        11) Faculty of Industrial Services
            - Hotel Manaqgement program
                   
         Thai student      27,000 Baht
                   
         Foreign national student      35,000 Baht
            - Service Management program and Tourism Management program (international programs)
                   
         Thai student      33,000 Baht
                   
         Foreign national student      41,000 Baht
            - International Business program (Chinese), Chinese Studies program (Chinese), Thai Studies program
                   
         Thai student      37,000 Baht
                   
         Foreign national student      45,000 Baht

    2. Rate of education fees for summer semester

    The rate of education fees for summer semester will be half of that of a normal semester.


    3. Students who study longer than the standard recommended study period.

    Students who cannot finish their studies within the number of semesters prescribed in the recommended program of studies, not counting the semester whose leave of absence are approved, will have to pay education fees at half the rate of a normal semester, for each succeeding semester

    教学

    The decision to apply for a suitable program of education and continue studying in a university will have significant influence on his/ her future education and future career. Therefore, as much relevant information as possible are provided for prospective applicants, student counselors and student guardians; for example, details about faculties and programs of study offered, expected expenses, needed skill to adapt to university life, enquiry/contact points for further information. The available information to help deciding whether to apply for a program of study in all of the University Campuses may be found at the following links:

    General Information Admission Information Student Welfares

    Education Calendar Undergraduate Admission Scholarships and Financial Support

    Student Organizations Graduate Admission Student Loans Fund

    Medical Services Dormitories

    入学信息

    There are two levels of application for admission to Prince of Songkla University, undergraduate and graduate application which are different in procedures. Further details information may be found at the following links:

    本科生

    Information about admission calendar, and admission procedure for undergraduate programs of tudies are given below:

    Admission for Academic Year 2009, Prince of Songkla University

    The examinations and admission schedules for,


    • PAT/ O-NET / A-NET / Central Admissions

    • Direct Admission for outstanding students from all over the country

    • Direct Entrance Examination for students of the fourteen southern provinces


    may be found at the website : http://psu.usablelabs.org/sites/default/files/n080820_01.pdf

    There are three methods of admission to Prince of Songkla University.

    1. Central Admission

    This admission is overseen by the Commission on Higher Education. The outcome of the application for admission is based on the merit of certain national education tests and education performance at high school level. The factors used in considering the merit of the applicants are as follows.
    1.1) Factors and weights used in the consideration : The merits of the applicants are evaluated using the weighted results of O-NET/ and or A-NET/ and or PAT and performance at high school levels. For academic years 2008 and 2009, the merit will be considered from the summation of the weighted points of the following factors.

    Factor 2008 weight 2009 weight 1. Overall Academic Performance Average at High School Level(GPAX) 10% 10% 2. Grade Point Average for Specified Course Categories at High School Level (GPA of 3-5 categories from 8 course categories) 30% 40% 3. Result of Ordinary National Education Test ( O-NET) 35-70% 35-70% 4. Result of Advanced National Educational Test ( A-NET) and/ or Result of Aptitude Test (totally not exceeding 3 categories) 0-35% 0-35%

    1.2) Procedure : It consist of 2 stages, the national test stage and the application for admission stage.
           1.2.1 The national test stage:
    It is the tests whose results are required by the faculty/ program of study that the applicants seek admission.
    There are three categories of tests.
                    (1 ) Ordinary National Educational Test (O-NET): The test is organized once a year by National Institute of Educational Testing Service, comprising of 5 course categories, namely, Thai, Social Science, English, Mathematics and Sciences. For academic year 2009, the test is schedule for February 2009. Each student is permitted to sit for O-NET only once but the test results may be used indefinitely for admission purposes.
                    (2) Advanced National Educational Test (A-NET): The test is organized once a year by National Institute of Educational Testing Service, comprising 11 course categories, namely, Thai, Social Science, English, Mathematics, Sciences, French, German, Pali, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese. For academic year 2009, the test is schedule for March 2009. Each student is permitted to sit for A-NET as many times as he/ she wants and the test results is valid for 3 years, for admission purposes.
                    (3) Professional Aptitude Test : The test is organized once a year by National Institute of Educational Testing Service. There are 11 course categories (subjects) to be selected from, namely, Engineering, Architecture, Teacher, Arts, Line Drawing, Arts Composition, Theoretical Visual Arts, Practical Visual Arts, Theoretical Creative Arts, Practical Creative Arts. For academic year 2009, the test is schedule for October 2008, before O-NET and A-NET. Each student is permitted to sit for Professional Aptitude Test as many times as he/ she wants and the test results is valid for 3 years, for admission purposes.
               1.2.2) Steps in the procedure for admission application: The Office of Commission on Higher Education usually schedules the date of application for central admission to fall in April. The applicant is allowed to choose up to 4 faculties/ programs of study and ranks them in order of preference in his/ her application. The test results of relevant course categories from O-NET and/ or A-NET and/ or Professional Aptitude Test, GPAX, GPA will be processed and the result of the application for admission will be announced early in May.

    2. Direct Admission
               One of the principal objectives of Prince of Songkla University is to be the center of education which will serve and enhance the opportunities for tertiary education of the people in the region. To increase the opportunities for students of Southern Thailand to study at Prince of Songkla University, the University had set aside, in 1973-1974, a quota of 10 % of the number of student admitted that year, for distinguished students who finished their high school study from the schools in Southern Thailand. In 1975, from 1976-1979, and from 1980-2008 the University had increased the amount set aside to 30 %, 40 %, and 50 %, respectively, but introduced a competitive examination instead of direct quota. For next academic year the amount set aside will be increased to 75 %.
               From the analysis of Direct Admission data it was found that students from smaller schools in rural areas had disproportionately lower chances of being admitted to the University in comparison with larger schools of the urban areas. In order to address this undesirable consequences, the University has separated the applicants into two groups, group 1 and group 2, and allotted 40 % and 60 % of the total direct admission quota for students group 1 and group 2, respectively. Group 1 students are the students who belong to the top 10 % of each school, the rest of the applicants are classified as group 2 students. The change in admission procedure has resulted in the increase of the number of students from rural area who can enter the University.

    3. Admission under direct management of separate faculties:
               This is the admission of students to diploma or certificate levels programs of study, continuing study for Bachelor programs, graduate programs, and special Bachelor programs of study. The selection criteria, scheduling of application, examination/ interview for these programs of study will be carried out solely by the responsible faculties, and the detais will be announced periodically as situation demand.


    Transfer Students and Exchange Students: For further information regarding transfer students and exchange students contacts the registration sub-division Tel 0-7444-6734 or at website http://reg.psu.ac.th

    研究生

    Application forms Request:

    Prospective candidates may obtain application form from these channels.
    1. Download from website http://www.grad.psu.ac.th
    2. Graduate School, fourth floor Academic Administration Building, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai district, Songkla Province; every working day.
    3. Graduate School, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus; every working day.
    4. Registration sub-division, Academic Service Building, Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Kathu district, Phuket Province; every working day.
    5. Office of Master program in Political Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Trang Education Service Area, Tambon Kuanpring, Muang district, Trang Province; every working day:
    6. Secretariat Office of Surat Thani Community College, Tambon Makhamtia, Muang district, Surat Thani Province; every working day.
    Apply in Person:

    1. For every graduate programs of study of Hat Yai Campus, apply at the Graduate School PSU, fourth floor, Academic Administration Building, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai district, Songkla Province.
    2. For every graduate programs of study of Pattani Campus, apply at Graduate School, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus.
    3. For every graduate programs of study of Phuket Campus, apply at the Registration sub-division, Academic Service Building, Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Kathu district, Phuket Province; every working day.

    Submission of Application through Internet or by Post:

    1. Candidates who want to apply through internet can access the system at http://www.grad.psu.ac.th
    2. Candidates who want to apply by post must send their applications to the address specified in the application forms.

    Application Handbook may be downloaded from http://www.grad.psu.ac.th.

    招生单位

    Website:  : http://www.entrance.psu.ac.th/index.php

    General Information:

    Admission unit was formerly called “ University Entrance Examination Unit” under the Office of Academic Service Subdivision, Education Service division. On December 2005 it was upgraded to “the Admission subdivision” under the Education Service Division, Office of the President. Its main duties are listed below.

    1. Supervising/ Managing the Selection of Undergraduate Students:
    1.1 Selection of students by direct university admission system(direct entrance examination) and by quota systems which comprise,


    • Direct university entrance examination for students of the 14 provinces of Southern Thailand.

    • Quota for outstanding high school students.

    • Quota for Muslim students of Southernmost provinces of Thailand (a special project of the Ministry of Interior).

    • Quota for students with special talent in sports.

    • Quota for “medical students for rural area project”.

    • Quota for “dental students for rural area project”.

    • Quota for “ special project to distribute education opportunity to rural districts that are without student who can pass the written entrance examination”.

    • Collaborating with Chiang Mai University in providing opportunity for students of North Thailand who want to study at PSU.

    • Collaborating with Khon Khani University in providing opportunity for students of North Eastern Thailand who want to study at PSU.

    1.2 Selection of students for undergraduate studies by the central admission system (overseen by the Commission on Higher Education).
    1.3 Managing the examination of professional/ aptitude tests which will be used in selecting the students.
    1.4 Managing the Ordinary National Education Test (O-Net) and Advanced National Test (A-Net).
    1.5 Managing the selection of students of special projects of the University/ faculties.
    1.6 Managing all other selection of undergraduate students of the University.

    The management at the operational levels of 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 1.4 is under the responsibility of the various committees/ sub-committees set up by the University, with the Admission sub-division providing secretarial support and acting as coordination unit.

    2. Developing/ Managing the Admission System: The Unit has set up admission information database and created exam bank. It also routinely analyzes and evaluates admission examination papers, actively engages in the research and development of the university admission system. Providing guidance services to high school students in Southern Thailand about Prince of Songkla University admission system and available programs of study is also one of its principal duties.

    学生福利

    Prince of Songkla University has provided students with various services, several of them are available online, and welfares. Details information about available student services and welfares may be obtained from the following links.

    奖学金和助学金

          It is the university policy to provide necessary help to students who are having financial hardship in order that they can complete their university studies. The sources and types of grants and financial aids normally available to the students are as follows:
    1. Grants and Financial Aids:
            1.1 Financial aid in exchange for work: Students may apply for financial aids in exchange for works. Students who are assigned to work with an internal unit of the university will be paid 25 Baht/ working hour. The number of working hours will be limited to 100 hour/semester.
            1.2 Grants (Grants from banks, foundations etc.) They are grants that the university obtains from banks, companies, foundations, philanthropists and awarded to students. The amount of each grant is usually between 3,000-30,000 Baht/year.
            1.3 Waiving of Education Fee: It is the financial supports in the forms of the exemption of three items of university fees, namely, tuition fee, library fee, university fee, for first year students who satisfy the university criterion of student with financial hardship. Students who receive these financial supports will be eligible for the supports until graduation.

    For more information, contact the Guidance and Job Placement Sub-division, Student Affairs Division, Tel. 0-7428-2000 Ext. 2077.

    2. Emergency Loans:
    In case of emergency, students may obtain loan up to 1,000 Baht from the University.

    For more information, contact the Guidance and Job Placement Sub-division, Student Affairs Division, Tel. 0-7428-2000 Ext. 2077.

    学生贷款基金

          Student Loans Fund has been set up by the government in order to support and develop human resources of the country. It provides opportunity for students who lack financial support to further their studies up to undergraduate level. Undergraduate students who receive the loans must pay back the loaned money after graduations or after termination of their studies, usually by installment and with a grace period of two years. The loan limit is 100,000 Baht/student/academic year.
    Further information may be obtained from website http://student.psu.ac.th/loan/

    医疗服务

    Health Insurance:
         The university has the policy of making health insurance and personal accident insurance compulsory for every student. Each student has to pay insurance fee of 300 Baht/ academic year, and joins the comprehensive health insurance program (the 30 Baht Health Gold Card). The students will be eligible for hospital treatment in case of accident or sickness as follows:
    1. In case of sickness, each student is eligible for treatment as an inpatient of Songklanagarind hospital during semester sessions (including summer semester session) for the total combined period of not exceeding 30 days or for the total medical cost of not more than 10,000 Baht, per academic year.
    2. In case of an accident within the academic year, each student who received treatment in government or private hospitals, clinics or polyclinics all over the world, is eligible for a reimbursement of medical cost of not exceeding 12,000 Baht per accident. For the case of lost of life or permanent disability, the amount of 120,000 Baht would be paid.
    3. In case of casual illness or if elementary health care is needed, each student may seek services at the Student Health Clinic, in the Dormitory Office Building.

    Provision of medical services, payment and reimbursement:
    1. In case of sickness, student can receive treatment in Songklanagarind Hospital without having to make direct payment for medical cost if he/she can produce the student identity card and the Health Gold Card to the hospital.
    2. In case of accident:
          2.1 Students who are treated in Songklanagarind Hospital would be subjected to the same procedure as in 1.
          2.2 Students who are treated in other hospitals or clinics may apply for reimbursement through the Student Welfare and Service sub-division, Student Affairs Division, at the Dormitory Office Building. The application must be accompanied by the original medical receipt and medical certificate.

    宿舍

              One of the purposes of having dormitories in the campus is to improve learning environment, to let students have better opportunities to exchange their attitudes and view points, to foster good relationship and friendship, to develop students’ characters on many aspects such as how to live together in orderly manner as well as to learn to be responsible to ourselves and to the public in general.

    Eligibility and Priority for the Residency of Student Dormitories:
              Every student who resides in the university dormitory must transfer their house registration to their current place of resident in the dormitory, except those student whose house registration is in Songkla Province. They may change their house registration after graduation or after they are no longer a resident in the university dormitories. The rules and regulations employed in selecting students who are eligible to stay in the university dormitories are as follows:
        1. The university will offer a place of residence in university dormitories for every first year student and for every 2nd- 4th year students of the Faculty of Nursing.
        2. The university will allot a place in university dormitories for each student who has health problem and/or chronic or congenital conditions which has been certified by doctors that daily travel from home to study at the university will adversely affect the health of the students. There are quotas for dormitory student committees, administrative members of the student council, members of the student administrative board, presidents, treasuries and secretaries of associations and clubs affiliated with the student organizations, not more than 25 members of the committee of student association of each faculty; and outstanding athletes and performers who bring recognition to the university as well as other students deem proper by the university. The available vacancies will be given to other students who request residency in the dormitories, by balloting.
        3. The 3rd – 4th years nursing students will be able to stay in the dormitory of the Faculty of Nursing.
        4. The 2nd – 6th years medical students will be able to stay in the dormitory of the Faculty of Medicine.

    Dormitory Room Rate:
        1. For dormitories 1 and 7 (4 students/room), the rate is 1,800 Baht/person/semester.
        2. For dormitories 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 15 (3 students/room), the rate is 2,200 Baht/person/semester.
        3. For dormitories 8-14 (2 students/room), the rate is 3,600 Baht/person/semester.
        4. For dormitories 8, 9, 14 (for graduate students only), the rate is 800 Baht/person/semester, plus electricity charges (as used).

    Additional information may be obtained from the Dormitory Office, Hat Yai Campus, Tel. 0-7444-6732 or 0-7428-2000 Ext. 2082, 2084

    website http:// student.psu.ac.th/news

    学生组织

    Prince of Songkla University has the policy to encourage the students to have opportunities to participate in activities that best suit their skills and interests. These activities may be divided in to two main categories according to the sources which organize or administer the activities.

    1. Campus-based Activities: They are activities organized by Student Administrative Board, Student Council, Dormitory Committee, or clubs belong to the Student Administrative Board. These are divided into four groups.

                  1.1 Volunteer Service Groups
                  1.2 Arts and Culture Groups
                  1.3 Athlete and Sport Groups
                  1.4 Academic Groups

    2. Faculty-based Activities: They are activities organized by Student Association of each faculty, or by the various clubs of these Student Associations

    Student Administrative Board

    Prince of Songkla University has the policy to encourage the students to participate in activities that best suit their skills and interests. Apart from attending lecture in the class rooms, students need to practice necessary skill in order to become quality and competent graduates with good morality, physically healthy and possess good personality, willing to sacrifice for the common good and having sound judgment.

    Hat Yai Campus SAB website http://www.su.psu.ac.th/ongkan/

    Student Council : It is the high level student organization which has the responsibility to monitor student activities to ensure that they are conformed with the University rules and regulation, to supervise the Student Administration Board including Student Association of various faculties. It also has the duty to protect student rights and allocate budget for student organizations.

    Hat Yai Campus SC website http://www.su.psu.ac.th/sapa/

    Student Council, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus : Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus has two major student organizations, Student Council and Student Administrative Board. Student Council has the responsibility to oversee the work of Student Administrative Board, Student Associations of various faculties, and all student clubs. It also has the duty to relay student problems to the University administration, acting as coordinator between the University and student organizations. However, its most important duty is the management audit of all student organizations, to bring the most benefits to all Prince of Songkla University students and personnel.

    Pattani Campus SC website http://www.councill-pn-psu.th.gs/

    研究

    In the university policy and development plan for the period 2007-2011, Prince of Songkla University has adopted the direction of development which is consistent with its vision of being a leading university in the Asia region with the obligations of producing graduates, providing academic services and preserving arts and culture; employing research-based approach. There are several indicators which serve to illustrate the research directions of the University. The University has initiated a system that would change the organization culture to one that aims for more research and graduate study involvement, and targeted its effort in becoming excellent in certain disciplines. It is hope that the achievement of being excellent in appropriately selected disciplines would win renown for the University as well as creating example of organizational culture that concentrates on carrying out the principal missions of the organization. The University aims to be an authority on the subjects of para rubber, oil palm, sea food, Songkla lake and Islamic Studies.

    Research Policy


    The University has set as the first goal in its strategic plan, “to be the University that place emphasis on research in order to create a new body of knowledge which can be used to improve the quality of our graduates and contribute towards the general development as well as the identifying and solving problems of the community, region and country”. Full details of research policy may be found at the website: http://rdo.psu.ac.th/rdo-psu/index.php

    Research Administration Unit:

    The Office of Research and Development serves as the University administration unit responsible for research works and providing information about research funding opportunities for researchers.

    Research Database:

    Research data available as hard copies in the library are limited to those already permitted for distribution by the University as e-documents. Research database and information of PSU may be accessed at the following websites.

    Other Research Related Information at PSU:

    研究所/中心/单位

    Research networks, consisting of discipline of excellence/ Research Centers of Excellence/ Research Centers/ Research Units that are currently active, are as follows:

    天然橡胶泡沫和橡胶制品研究集团

    website http://www.nrfoam.org

         The group has concentrated on the research of natural rubber foam, especially on the production process which can be applied to the industrial scale production. The research is thus comprehensive in order to cover the process of preparation of natural rubber compound, formation of foam, control of properties and quality of the products; as well as to investigate other important factors related to or affecting the properties of natural rubber foam. In addition, the research works also cover the issues closely related to natural rubber industry such as developing new products from natural rubber, improving the production of existing natural rubber products.

    宋卡王子大学纳米技术卓越中心

    website : http://www.nanotec.psu.ac.th/

    Research and development in nanotechnology is directed towards the understanding and control of matter and materials at dimensions of nanometers (0.000000001 m) and towards the creating of novel materials, devices, and systems that have unique and useful properties. The applications of nanotechnology already lead to the development of economic valuable products with even more sophisticated products in the future where the structures and properties of matter are more precisely controlled.

    Nanotechnology is one of the fastest growing markets in this century, with applications in nearly all disciplines, including material physics, engineering, pharmaceutical and medical sciences. Therefore, it is inevitable that nanotechnology has to be addressed also in the educational system, with teaching and research in this direction. This will be essential for Thailand, in order to keep its competitiveness on the future global economic markets.

    Currently, a major part of the current research and development activities at the Prince of Songkla University (PSU) are supporting the recent trends in nanotechnology. Staff and faculty members from the Faculty of Engineering, Science, and Pharmaceutical Sciences already formed a nanotechnology cluster in 2004. Then in 2006, a memorandum of understanding was signed with the National Nanotechnology Center of Thailand (NANOTEC).

    The research activities of the PSU Nanotechnology Cluster (PSU-NanoTeC) are aimed to solve recent problems in health, environment, and material sciences and technology. In a few years, specific outcomes in food technology, tissue engineering, and medical applications are expected from the ongoing activities. Collaboration across different faculties at PSU, cooperation among different Thai universities and with universities and research organizations worldwide will catalyze the multidisciplinary efforts towards education and research in nanotechnology. These websites are intended to show some of the recent results of the PSU Nanotechnology Cluster (PSU-Nanotec) and to inform about ongoing activities.

    泰国半岛生物品种中心

    website http://www.sc.psu.ac.th/units/cbipt/index.html

    天然橡胶技术卓越中心

    website http://www.coe-nr.org/

    Prince of Songkla University is the first university in southern Thailand, the region with the largest para rubber plantation area of the country. The university has a large number of researchers on sciences and polymer technology who have high potential to carry out research on para rubber; especially the research team of the Department of Rubber Technology and Polymer, the Faculty of Sciences and Technology, who have been carried out research and development in para rubber for more than 20 years.

    The research tam of the Department of Rubber Technology and Polymer has continuously carried out research in para rubber and has enlarged the research scope to include, for examples, molecular modification, preparation of thermoplastic natural rubber, development of rubber latex production process for farmers. Therefore, the setting up of the center of excellence on rubber technology is important and necessary so that the research and development may be guided in the appropriate direction and with ample provision of financial support. The center aims to obtain appropriate knowledge consistent with the need of the industry, agriculturists or government organizations concerned, in order to produce all forms of para rubber products efficiently, adds value, enlarge the scope of para rubber usage so as to bring about an increase in earning per unit of para rubber and an increase in export value which, as a whole, will help the development of the country.

    基因组学和生物信息研究中心

    website http://www.sc.psu.ac.th/units/genome/CGBR/index.html

    The Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics Research was set up in December 2004 by a group of Molecular biologists at the Prince of Songkla University, one of the most prestigious universities in the southern region of Thailand. Biology is changing rapidly, with the integration of information technology into biological research becoming very important. We realize the need for university infrastructure and personnel with skills in mathematics and computing as well as in the biological sciences. The Center offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics.

    宋卡王子大学科学院天然制品研究中心

    website http://www.sc.psu.ac.th/units/nature/index.htm

    It is the grouping of multi-disciplinary researchers of the Faculty of Science into the umbrella of a center of excellence in order to carry out research in natural products. As a group, the academic output is impressive; several new body of knowledge have been found and research papers published in several international journals. Members of the group have received funding continuously from inside and outside sources to do research on natural products. Laboratory spaces and equipments are adequate and up to standard to permit the research on natural products to be carried out effectively in order to improve the potential of the faculties to satisfy the stated goals number 1 and number 2 of the university.

    NFFRDC --- 营养食品和功能性食品研究和开发中心

    Address: Nutraceutical and Functional Food Research and Development Center (NFFRDC), Prince of Songkla University, Amphoe Hat Yai, Songkla, 90112
    Telephone: 074-286301
    Fax: 074-212889

    website http://nff-agro.psu.ac.th/

         Nutraceutical and Functional Food Research and Development Center (NFFRDC) was approved by PSU Administrative Council on February 4, 2006. It was established as an administrative center to coordinate PSU’s R&D efforts on nutraceuticals and functional foods (NFF). Six faculties, i.e. Agro-Industry, Management Sciences, Medicine, Natural Resources, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Science, have agreed to participate as members of this multidisciplinary R&D Center. While researchers in each faculty continue to conduct R&D in their existing labs, using the existing facilities, all research activities will be designed and coordinated as parts of the NFFRDC’s projects in accordance with the Center’s strategic plans. The ultimate goal is to develop viable NFF products for which database on raw materials, bioactive compounds, safety, nutritional or medicinal efficacy, dosage, consumer acceptance, and market potential will be compiled from our own R&D and external sources before technology transfer to the private sector is conducted. Networking and collaboration with other related national and international organizations will be explored, and the Center’s R&D results will be widely publicized.

    棕油产品和技术卓越中心

    เว็บไซต์ :  www.poptec.psu.ac.th

    The Faculty of Agro-Industry Prince of Songkla University has long recognized the importance of palm oil and palm oil industry for the communities of southern Thailand. Hence, research on palm oil has been carried out continuously for quite sometimes, and subsequently a research group for excellence in palm oil technology has been set up in 2001. The primary function of the group is concerned with adding of value to palm oil products, investigating palm oil waste usage, treating waste water, applying clean technology to palm oil industry. The research group has produced a considerable number of published papers and the research activities are on the increase. Therefore, the Faculty of Agro-Industry is currently seeking for the establishment of the Center of Excellence on Palm Oil Products and Technology in order that the management of research and development on palm oil and the promotion of palm oil industry may be carried out more efficiently.

    油棕研究与开发中心

    website http://www.natres.psu.ac.th/Researchcenter/palm/palm_index.htm

    The center was set up in 1993 under the name of Oil Palm Research Center under the Office of Research and Development. In 2001, after the Cultural Control unit was transferred to the Faculty of Natural Resources, the center was renamed Oil Palm Research and Development Center under “the Establishment of Research and Services Division Project”, Faculty of Natural Resources. Its duty is to carry out research and development with emphasis on cultural control of oil palm, including economics and marketing aspect, by cooperating in research with other organization units within and outside the Faculty of Natural Resources. In addition, it has the main duty of supporting the teaching of oil palm subjects in various programs of study of the Faculty of Natural Resources, as well as providing academic services to oil palm farmers, and agriculturists whose works are related to the production and development of oil palm, and to the general public.

    薄膜科学与技术研究所

    website http://www.membrane.psu.ac.th/

        Membrane Science and Technology Research Center was the consequent of the strong commitment of a group of Prince of Songkla University’s recipients of the Bureau of University Affairs’ staff development scholarships for 1996. The scholarships offered opportunity for study and research in biophysics and membrane technology under the auspices of UNESCO Center for Membrane Science and Technology, University of New South Wales. Almost immediately after returning from Australia, the recipients of the scholarship started to form “ the Biophysics, Science and Membrane Technology Research Group”.

        It is evident that the environmental problems resulting from industrial development, sea water intrusion into underground water sources in coastal area, contamination of natural water sources by arsenic and heavy metals always lead to low quality natural water for drinking and domestic use, which greatly affects the health and quality of life of the people in the community. The research group thus decides to carry out research and develop membrane which can be used to improve the quality of natural water for the rural community, with initial objectives on improving the quality of drinking water. The initial phase of research was concentrated on developing membrane which is capable of separating particles in the region of micro and nano range. In 2002, the University Council approved the establishment of Membrane Science and Technology Research Center with the stated duty of providing research works for graduate study, developing personnel in this field, cooperating with the universities in Malaysia and Indonesia to organize regional conference, and arranging conferences and workshop training at Prince of Sonkla University. The development of the center, starting from a group of a few people until becoming a center of excellence, is truly multi-disciplinary and integrated, involving research personnel from several faculties, such as the Faculty of Science, Agro-Industry, Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sciences and Technology and graduate school.

    网络技术研究中心

    website http:// www.cnr.psu.ac.th/cnr/

    Network Technology Research Center

    棕油和油作物替代能源特殊研究和开发中心

    website http://www.biodiesel.eng.psu.ac.th/

        The Faculty of Engineering has carried out research on alternative energy such as wind energy, biogas and others since 1975. Research on palm oil was also started at about the same time, but become concrete in 1983 after His Royal Highness the King graciously offered the Royal Remark that the development of small scale palm oil press would greatly be beneficial to small palm oil planter in the rural area. In 1984, PSU initiated small scale palm oil industry development project and has since continuously carried out research on the subject. On the biodiesel issue, the Faculty of Engineering has started the research and development on biodiesel since 2001.
        As the university development plan for the period 2002-2006 promoted the setting up of specialized research institutes; in order to make the direction of specialized research be more coherent and able to support graduate education efficiently, the Faculty of Engineering has decided to set up the Specialized Research and Development Center for Alternative Energy from Palm Oil and Oil Crops. The center has investigated and developed palm oil processing technology of both the farmer and the industry sectors, which in itself is the continuation of various research on Promotion of Small Palm Oil Industry and Biodiesel Production Technology. Examples of these development are the building of biodiesel production factory of 1000 liters capacity at the Faculty of Engineering in 2002, the building of biodiesel production factory of 400 liters capacity at Pikulthong Development and Learning Center at Narathiwas province in 2003, research on the production of biodiesel using palm oil fat from waste water pond of the palm oil extraction factory as well as the testing on palm oil and methyl-ester used in agricultural machinery. Many research projects have been continuously supported by the Chaipattana Foundation, the Royal Funds, and Office of the Royal Development Projects Board as well as revenues from both the Faculty of Engineering and Prince of Songkla University.

        At the present, the center has increased the production of biodiesel for research to 5000 liters per week, build a continuous biodiesel production demonstration set to help those who are interest to better understand the process of bio-diesel production, study biodiesel production from other raw materials such as fatty acid, soap base, study the production of biodiesel using solid catalyst and using microwave etc. In addition, the center has been contracted to research and develop prototype commercial biodiesel production factory with the capacity of 10,000 liters per day for Krabi province; and prototype factory to produce alternative energy biodiesel with the capacity of 10,000 liters per day for Surat Thani province. The proudest moment of the center was the auspicious occasion when it has the opportunity to present progress report on biodiesel research to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on her visit to the center on January 16, 2006. In the capacity of the president of the Chaipattana Foundation, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has graciously approved the funding of research on Competitive Biodiesel Technology, which hopefully will provide a basis for industrial production with more than 100,000 liters per day capacity.

    宋卡王子大学泰南卫生系统研究所

    生物(绿色)塑料部

    website http://www.sc.psu.ac.th/Department/POLYMER-plastic/

    Objectives:
    To develop researchers in bioplastic and create a strong research team.
    To produce graduates who are knowledgeable in bioplastic.
    To develop bioplastic for the plastic industry in the country.

    Goals:
    To produce and publish research papers in international journals, and obtain patents in bioplastic.
    To find application for research works.
    To produce graduates in bioplastic.
    To build up research network inside and outside the country.

    分子药学部

    website http:// mp.pharmacy.psu.ac.th/

          The Molecular Pharmaceutics Unit, (MP-RU), is one of the research units within the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The principal idea behind the setting up of MP-RU is to create a mechanism that can provide opportunity for the exchange of knowledge, ideas, experience and for research collaboration among researchers who are interest in pharmaceutical material details at the molecular level. Collaborative efforts may involve the use of chemical sciences in synthesizing or developing new drug structures, the use of analytical chemistry in the study of pharmacokinetics and the use of pharmaceutical science in developing new potent prescription drugs of good quality. It is anticipated that this concerted effort in research at molecular level will greatly enhance the research and development of drugs particularly in the search for new drug structures or in the development of existing drugs to make them more potent with regards to physical, chemical or bioavailability properties using chemical and/or pharmaceutical processes. New therapeutic properties and side effects of several drugs in use nowadays could be found using modern biotechnology and in depth studies of drug targets and receptors.

    泰南健康与发展研究所

    website http://www.rdh.psu.ac.th

         The concept of setting up the Institute of Research and Development for Health of Southern Thailand has began in 2003, with the intention of enlarging the potential of health professionals in solving health problems and developing the better health condition in southern Thailand. With the support of Thai Health Promotion Foundation, the Thai Research Fund and Prince of Songkla University, the establishment of the Institute of Research and Development for Health of Southern Thailand was accomplished in 2004.

    药物缓释体系研究中心

    Address: Drug Delivery System Research Center, 3th Floor, Learning and Southern Pharmaceutical Products Research Center Building, Prince of Sogkla University, Amphoe Hat Yai, Songkla 90112. Tel/Fax +66(0) 7428 8979

    website http://dds.pharmacy.psu.ac.th/

        The Drug Delivery System Research Center of the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences was established in 2007. Its principal objectives are to study, research, and develop new drug delivery systems for the Pharmaceutical Industry of Thailand.

    The Center Responsibility:
    1. To produce quality academic works about drug delivery system.
    2. To develop researchers in drug delivery system.
    3. To develop new drug delivery system for pharmaceutical industry in Thailand.
    4. To promote and support team-work in research and to create research networks.
    5. To promote technology transfer, from research to commercial application.
    6. To create cooperation between action groups and pharmaceutical industry.
    7. To improve international competitiveness of Thai pharmaceutical industry and to increase the ability for self-reliance of the industry.

    研究出版物

    Research and innovative works that had been published in national and international publications during 2006-2007 were 958 items (494 and 464). The total of 338 items (254 and 84 ) were published in national publications, and 620 items published in international publications (240 and 380). Information about most of these published works may be found at the website http://rdo.psu.ac.th/rdo-psu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=90&Itemid=156


        Several of the published research papers may be found in the following journals:

    网上服务

    The Computer Center is responsible for the setting up and management of the computer infrastructure of PSU and engages in software development. The information input, revision and upgrading of database are carried out with the cooperation of the faculties/ units concerned. The information system is developed, upgraded and modernized continuously. The online services and information system developed by the Computer Center and currently available to the users are as follows:

    Online Services for Students:

    The Computer Center is responsible for the management and maintenance of online information systems of the University. It is entrusted with the duty to continuously develop, modernize and improve their websites for the convenience of users. Online services available for students cover the issues ranging from admission to graduation; including learning and teaching and student welfares. The services provided for each campus may be found at the following links:

    Online Services for University Staff/ Personnel:

    Online services currently available for staff and personnel of the University include personal records information, leave records and several others. The services provided for each campus may be found at the following links:

    Students Online Services Staff Online Services
    Online Registration PSU Phone Book
    Student E-Mail PSU Postal Search
    Registration Sub-division PSU MIS-DSS Personnel
    Job Search PSU Payroll Information
    Virtual Classroom PSU Webmail
    Online Transcript and Certified Documents Request Intranet
      Web blog for PSU Personnel
      Government Information Links/a>

    网上学生服务

    The Computer Center is responsible for the management and maintenance of the information system of the University. It is entrusted with the duty to continuously develop, modernize and improve their websites for the convenience of users. Online services available for students cover the issues ranging from admission to graduation; including learning and teaching and student welfares. The services provided for each campus may be found at the following links:

    Online Information Systems for Students:

    Hat Yai Campus:

    Pattani Campus:

    Phuket Campus:

    Surat Thani Campus:

    Trang Campus:

    合艾校区

    The Computer Center is responsible for the management and maintenance of the information system of the University. It is entrusted with the duty to continuously develop, modernize and improve their websites for the convenience of users. Online services available for students cover the issues ranging from admission to graduation; including learning and teaching and student welfares. The services provided for students at Hat Yai Campus may be found at the following links:

    Online Services for Students at Hat Yai Campus


    普吉校区

    Online Services for Students at Phuket Campus

    Student Information:
    Website :http://intranet.phuket.psu.ac.th/std_zone/login.php

    WebMail
    Website :http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/webmail/

    Virsual Classroom
    Website :http://vcr.phuket.psu.ac.th/

    素叻他尼校区

    Online Services for Students at Surat Thani Campus

    Virsual Classroom
    Website: http://www.surat.psu.ac.th/vc_surat

    E-Service (PSU Passpopst)
    Website: http://172.21.86.35/reserve_room/psu_passport/login.php

    Examination Schedule
    Website: http://reg.surat.psu.ac.th/schedule/examschedule_main.php

    Office of Documentation and Information
    Website: http://lib.surat.psu.ac.th/web51/

    董里校区

    Online Services for Students at Trang Campus

    Student Information
    Website: http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/information_student.php

    E-Mail
    Website: http://webmail.psu.ac.th/webmail/

    E-learning
    Website: http://vclass.trang.psu.ac.th/

    Check Quota Print
    Website: http://172.20.1.240/topup/

    教师员工网上服务

    One of the principal responsibilities of PSU Computer Center is to develop, manage and maintain the online information system for the staff and students of Prince of Songkla University. The Computer Center has the duties to continuously update the system technology and information contents as well as improving its services for the ease and convenience of users. The online services for staff provided by the Computer Center cover various aspects such personal data, leave records, academic records. The available online services are as shown.

    合艾校区

    Staff Online Services, Hat Yai Campus

    Hat Yai Campus

    校园内部网

    Intranet website http:// www.intranet.psu.ac.th/

    The PSU Intranet has been set up as a private and secure network for the University personnel and students with the purposes of disseminating university-related information to university personnel, and for allowing staff and students to access certain university-subscribed learning resources and restricted information. To access PSU Intranet a PSU Passport is needed and the user must be within the Campus premises. Off-campus access through the PSU Network Gateway is permitted by utilizing PSU Virtual Private Network.

    宋卡王子大学电话查寻

    website : http://ankaab.psu.ac.th/phonebook/

    PSU Phone Book: A telephone number search system develops by the Computer Center, Prince of Songkla University.

    User Guide:
    1. Type the word you want to search which can be the whole content (for example: name or surname, or name follows by surname, with one space between them), or a part of the content in the search box, then press ENTER or click “search”.
    2. Or search by clicking the “Faculty/Unit” on the left hand side column of the window in order to go into the faculty/unit website which you want to find the telephone number.
    3. In the case that the search results in more than one targets, for example: the search word “Dean” produces several targets, you can put the mouse on any of the target to find the affiliation of the target or make a click on the target to go to the associated website.
    4. If the call is made using internal network of the university, just dial the 4 digit number you want to connect to.
    5. If it is an external call, dial 0724 follows by the 4 digit number you want to connect to.

    宋卡王子大学邮政查寻

           PSU Postal Search is the search software developed by the Computer Center of Prince of Songkla University for use by personnel of the university. It can search for EMS letters and parcels, registered letters and parcels, DHL parcel post, postal order, sent to university personnel without specifying their place of works or post boxes. However, search for ordinary letters is not covered by the program.

    website http://docfinder.psu.ac.th/post/

    宋卡王子大学管理系统

    Website https://hrmis.psu.ac.th/home/home.aspx

           The original Management Information System (MIS) of the university, based on the VAX 11/785 hardware, had been developed and in used for many years. Deterioration of the components of the hardware, due to long usage, caused frequent serious problems, and the software became out of date compare to current technology. It was evident that a major overhaul of the system be contemplated. Finally, the hardware has been changed to HP K200 with HP-Ux10,01 OS, and ORACLE Version 7 software is used. The ORACLE Version 7 is high ability database management system software suitable to use with large database system. The Computer Center has developed new MIS based largely on the original MIS, but with additional components consistent with the new requirements of the faculties and other organizations of the university and for better efficiency. At the present, there are 5 MIS systems in use in the university, namely;
             1. Financial System
             2. Salary System
             3. Student Registration System
             4. Inventory and Equipments System
             5. Personnel Information System

    宋卡王子大学工资支付信息

    website https://payroll.psu.ac.th/

           PSU Payroll Information Search is the program developed by the Computer Center of Prince of Songkla University for use by personnel of the university. Current and past payroll information may be searched for.

    宋卡王子大学网络邮件

    website https://webmail.psu.ac.th/

    PSU “Webmail” is the basic information service provides by Prince of Songkla University for all of its personnel. Personnel of the university can access this basic service by using PSU Passport as the service key. Personnel of the university are assigned E-mail addresses automatically by the system. Each E-mail address consist of the user’s name in English, follows by a full stop, follows by the first letter of the surname and follows by psu.ac.th; for example, naowarat.spsu.ac.th.

    北大年校区

    Staff Online Services, Pattani Campus

    Webmail
    Websitehttp://www.pn.psu.ac.th/select_mail/staff.html

    Intranet
    Website http://intranet.pn.psu.ac.th

    Personnel E-Mail Address
    Website http://mis-pattani.pn.psu.ac.th/intranet/email/search_mail3.php

    Internal Organization E-Mail Address
    Websitehttp://mis-pattani2.pn.psu.ac.th/intranet/EmailInstitute/searchemail.php

    Phone Book
    Website http://www.pn.psu.ac.th/telephone/telephone.php

    Transportation Services
    Website http://intranet.pn.psu.ac.th/budget/car/Table_total.php

    Electronic Document System
    Website http://mis-pattani.pn.psu.ac.th/saraban/main/Home.php

    Payroll and Financial Information
    Website http://mis-pattani.pn.psu.ac.th/budget/income/

    Information about Repayment to PSU Saving and Credit Cooperative Limited
    Website http://intranet.pn.psu.ac.th/budget/sahakron/index.php

    普吉校区

    Staff Online Services, Phuket Campus

    DSS-MIS
    Website : https://dss.psu.ac.th/dss_person/

    Phone Book
    Website : http://www.phuket.psu.ac.th/phonebook/index.php

    Postal Search
    Website : http://intranet.phuket.psu.ac.th/staff/mail/mail_list.php

    素叻他尼校区

    Staff Online Services, Surat Thani Campus

    Phone Book
    Website http://www.surat.psu.ac.th//phone/

    董里校区

    Staff Online Services, Trang Campus

    Personnel Information System
    Website : http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/information_personal.php

    Phone Book
    Website :http://www.trang.psu.ac.th/ccenter/index.php?option=com_wrapper&ItemId=46

    Webmail
    Website :http://webmail.psu.ac.th/webmail

    博客:学习的平台

           Prince of Songkla University has supported and promoted the exchange of knowledge between staff and personnel of every Campus by providing information tools to facilitate the exchange. A blog software, an open-source web base enterprise knowledge management system, has been installed and maintained by the University. This software which has been developed by the University staff is known by another name as “KnowledgeVolution”. The weblog system is christened by the users as “a platform for learning”.

    website http:// share.psu.ac.th/

    正副官方信息网站链接

    Website:   http://www.oic.go.th/index.htm

    The above link is connected to the Office of the Official Information Commission (OIC) website. The OIC has maintained comprehensive database of official information and make it available to the public. Its website also contains links to important government organizations, state enterprises, public organizations and independent organizations.

    图书馆



    Prince of Songkla University has set up six libraries, two in Hat Yai Campus and one in each of the other campuses, as the sources of information and knowledge for the campuses and communities. Each library provides full range of services to staff/ personnel/ students of the University and to the general public.

    Hat Yai Campus
    Khunying Long Athakravisunthorn Learning Resources Center: | History and Services
    Health Science Library: | History and Services

    Pattani Campus
    John F. Kennedy Library: | History and Services

    Phuket Campus:
    Phuket Campus Library: | History and Services

    Surat Thani Campus
    The Office of Documentation and Information: | History and Services

    Trang Campus
    Library Trang Campus: | History and Services

    宋卡王子大学社区服务单位

    Prince of Songkla University has set the direction of the policy and development plan on academic services that are widely opened for the seeking and dissemination of knowledge. The services provided cover a variety of formats, dimensions and activities which are diverse and thoroughly integrated. The provision of academic services will depend on the potential in the management of teaching, research, and specialization of each faculty/ department/ unit. They may be categorized into three main groups.

    1. Services provide by the central organizations of the University: the Computer Center, Scientific Equipment Center, Office of Extension and Continuing Education, PSU Business Incubation Center, Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises.
    2. Services provide by internal units of faculties/ organizations: the Energy Engineering Center, Securities Market Information Center, Center of Agro-Industry Development for Export, Center for Environmental Operation.
    3. Services on health care: Songklanagarind Hospital, PSU Dental Hospital, Southern Center of Thai Traditional Medicine, Drugstore (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Eastern Wisdom and Holistic Health Care Center.

    Several other service units have been established recently, for examples, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Natural History Museum Faculty of Science, and the Confucius Institute. Further details about Prince of Songkla University community services may be found at the following links.

    Libraries


    Khunying Long Learning Resources Center John F. Kennedy Library

    Health Science Library

    Hospitals


    Songklanagarind Hospital PSU Dental Hospital

    Centers


    Computer Center Computer Center Pattani Campus

    Scientific Equipment Center Southern Securities Market Information Center

    Growth Triangle Studies Center (IMT-GT Studies Center) Learning Center (LC)

    Center for International Affairs Arts and Cultural Center

    Energy Engineering Center Southern Center of Thai Traditional Medicine

    PSU Business Incubation Center Agro-Industry Development Center for Export

    Nanotec Center of Excellence at PSU

    Institutes


    Peace Studies Institute Coastal Resources Institute

    Confucius Institute Drug Delivery System Research Center

    Institute of Research and DEvelopment for Health of Southern Thailand Institute of Biomedical Engineering

    Institute of Southeast Asian Maritime States Studies (Establishment Project)

    Radio Stations


    PSU Pattani Campus Radio Station PSU Hat Yai Campus Radio Station

    Other Units


    PSU Volunteer Project Drug Information Center (DIC) Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Prince of Sonkla University

    新闻

    校园服务

    Prince of Songkla University has provided a number of amenities, services and welfares for students of all campuses so that they can conveniently and comfortably live and study in the University. The followings are details of services and welfares available to the students at each campus.

    大学内各组织


    University Internal Organizations:


    Prince of Songkla University is a multi-campus university, there are five campuses at the present. Each campus has established its own internal organizations to facilitate the management of the campus and for administrative efficiency. Detailed information about the internal organizations of each campus may be obtained at the following links.

    Hat Yai Campus

     
     

    Pattani Campus

     
     

    Phuket Campus

     

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    校园指示图

    Maps and Directions for 5 compuses

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