On March 29, 2016 President Xu Anlong of BUCM met with the delegation of Thammasat University, Thailand, headed by President Dr. Somkit Lertpaithoon in a cordial and friendly atmosphere. President Xu made a brief introduction to the achievements of the BUCM in the past 60 years, especially recent international exchange projects, which supply beneficial experience for the cooperation between the two universities. Dr. Somkit Lertpaithoon was grateful for Xu’s invitation to visit BUCM and pointed out that recently the Thailand government supported the popularization of TCM in Thailand. He also introduced programs of medicine offered by and hospitals affiliated to Thammasat University, and the TCM department and clinic affiliated to the Chulabhorn International College of Medicine (CICM) of the university. Both sides feel optimistic about future cooperation. After the talk a memorandum of cooperation was signed.
Founded in 1934, Thammasat University is the second earliest established university in Thailand. In the beginning it had only two disciplines—law and politics. At present it has 25 colleges and 240 disciplines, such as sociology, anthropology, economics, science, engineering, medicine, etc. It has become a comprehensive university. Among its 300,000 graduates there are many famous alumni, so the university is honored as the “cradle of premier”. The Chulabhorn International College of Medicine was founded in 2012 named by Princess Chulabhorn, and it is the first Thailand medical college where all the programs are taught in English. The Department of TCM will be established in 2017 in the college as a gift to the emperor of Thailand for celebration of his 90th birthday. At that time a dual degree TCM undergraduate program run by both sides will be started.
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