Stamford International University (Thailand)
The Stamford International University Thailand ( Thai: มหาวิทยาลัย นานาชาติ แส ต ม ฟ อ ร์ ด, International University of Stamford, STIU ) is a private international university in Thailand with an emphasis in business administration. The main campus is located in Cha-Am to Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan province, another in the 168 km northern capital Bangkok.
In 1950 in Singapore and Malaysia Stamford College was founded. On 29 November 1995 Pongphan Sampawakoop founded the Stamford International College in Thailand as a joint venture with Fareast Stamford International Co. Ltd.. First, the courses were offered in English only, but later the University led successive courses in Thai language.
Stamford International University was in 2000 an agreement with the Schiller International University, Florida, USA, which gives the students the opportunity to study at any of the Schiller worldwide established universities, ie in Germany, England, France, Spain and Switzerland.
After several name changes, the Stamford International University received on 26 May 2004 by the Thai Ministry of Education accreditation as a university.
There are three faculties and a Graduate School:
- Faculty of Business Administration
- Faculty of Liberal Arts, with business communication and Tourism Management
- Faculty of Science and Technology, with information technology
- Stamford Graduate School
- Program BFM ( Banking and Financial Institution Management) (MBA ) in üthailändischer language
- Program of Business Administration ( MBA), in English and Thai language