Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology

The Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology ( SIIT, Thai: สถาบัน เทคโนโลยี นานาชาติ สิริ น ธร ) is one of the Thammasat University associated Technical University in Pathum Thani, Thailand. The Institute is after Princess Sirindhorn, daughter of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, named.


The SIIT offers training in the fields of science, technology, engineering and management. All studies are designed as international programs and are conducted in English.

The University is a member of LAOTSE - an international network of leading universities in Europe and Asia. It also has a collaboration with universities in Germany as the Hochschule Ravensburg -Weingarten, TU Darmstadt, TU Munich, Kassel University, and the University of Siegen. Furthermore, be entertained collaborations with universities in Helsinki, Paris and Japan.

The decision to establish the Institute was founded in 1989 during the ninth meeting of the Japan- Thailand Trade and Economic Committee ( Japan - Thailand Joint Trade and Economic Committee Meeting) in Kobe (Japan) by the representatives of the Japanese Federation of Economic Organizations ( Keidanren ) and the Association of Thai Industry ( Federation of Thai industries, FTI) taken. Since 1992 a cooperation agreement with the Thammasat University. The foundation stone was laid on 16 September 1994. On 2 October 1997, the SIIT took up the teaching.

Academic institutions

  • School of Civil Engineering and Technology
  • School of Information, Computer, and Communication Technology
  • School of Bio - Chemical Engineering and Technology
  • School of Management Technology
  • School of Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Common and Graduate Studies

University partnership


  • RWTH -Aachen
  • Technical University of Hamburg -Harburg
  • Technical University of Munich
  • Technical University of Darmstadt
  • Hochschule Ravensburg -Weingarten