The multi-disciplinarily make-up of the Knowledge Management and Innovation Management disciplines opens up an almost infinite space for research and creative exploration.

Research areas


The University has two campuses, the City Campus (KluayNamThai) located on Rama 4 Road in the heart of Bangkok, and the Rangsit Campus located 20 minutes to the north of Bangkok in Pathum-Thani Province. The City Campus, home of the Graduate School and most International Programs, is located at 119 Rama 4 Road, Klong-Toei, Bangkok, 10110 (Thailand) and houses the original University Library, the Learning Center, the Computer Center, Faculty and Administrative Offices, as well as University-wide student services.

The main  Campus (Rangsit) is situated upon 445-rai (one rai equals to 16 ares, or 0.16 hectares) of land at 9/1 Moo 5, Phaholyothin Road, Klong Nung, Klong Luang, Pathum Thani 12120 (Thailand). From academic year 2021, Ph.D. students will study at the main campus.

Library and Learning Space

At present, the libraries on both campuses hold a volume of over 300,000 Thai and foreign books and 700 periodicals. In addition, there are over 15,000 items of audiovisual learning aids including videocassettes, audiocassettes, diskettes, CD-ROMs and other computer-aided and internetbased resources. The state-of-the-art Surat Osathanugrah Library on Rangsit Campus serves as a Learning and Research Center where visitors can access a virtual library and other educational services. With the aim to serve the largest number of possible users, the Central Library is open seven days a week on the City Campus: 7.30 a.m.-6.00 p.m. from Mondays through Saturdays and 9.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m. on Sundays, on Rangsit Campus from 7.30 a.m.-6.00 p.m. from Mondays through Saturdays. For convenience, students and general users may choose to rely on the library’s web-based search by visiting its website:

Medical Services

Bangkok University maintains an infirmary for first-aid care. Doctors and full-time nurses are on duty. If hospitalization is required, the University uses the services of nearby clinics and hospitals. For emergencies or accidents occurring while students are on campus, Bangkok University assumes the cost of initial treatment or hospitalization. However, for illnesses or accidents caused by participation in university athletics, the University assumes full responsibility for the treatment and hospitalization expenses.

Placement Office

Through its placement office, Bangkok University assists graduating seniors in job placement. The office serves as a liaison between employers and students seeking employment. Services are offered to students through the arrangement of campus interviews with prospective employers and dissemination of information concerning job opportunities.

Counselling Center

There is a central counselling office for consultation on academic planning, course selection, problems of personal or social adjustment and crisis intervention for students. Each student is assigned a counselor/advisor with whom academic and personal problems may be discussed.

Student Activities

Students are encouraged to participate in student activities in which they will have the opportunity to develop a sense of sportsmanship, cooperation, leadership and interpersonal relationships, all of which are vital in the business world. The Student Union sponsors many clubs, and graduate students are encouraged to participate in the activities of the Graduate Student Union.

Athletics Center

Bangkok University encourages and supports all kinds of athletics on campus. Besides intercollegiate competitions, the University also encourages intramural activities, of which the aim is to provide the students with the opportunity to participate in organized sports of interest. Intramural sports activities are organized at the end of the first semester and they include basketball, football, volleyball, badminton, tabletennis, and takraw (kickball). Students may sign up in either individual or team events and are encouraged to participate for the fun of competition and for their own relaxation.

Supporting Services Center

In addition to high standard audio-visual equipment, Bangkok University has television and radio studios and workshops for instructional purposes. There are also five language laboratories with a total of 440 booths. The University also has a number of state-of-the-art computer labs with effective computing equipment. The University has an off-set-press in addition to standard duplication equipment.

Computer Center

The Center familiarizes students with the use of computers as tools to facilitate classwork and research activities that involve complex computations and intricate data processing. The Graduate School has a micro-computer workshop with a number of personal computers and support facilities. Training is available in the use of the facilities of the workshop. The computer development and maintenance staff are formed by technical experts in many sub-fields. They are ready at all times to assist students and users regularly on an individual basis and occasionally provide in-group training.