Academic Cooperation and Visitors

  • The Faculty of Public Health has extended its cooperation and co-usage of resources to other faculties in the Health Sciences group and to other domestic and overseas public health organizations.
  • The faculty has initiated academic cooperation and signed MOUs with institutions abroad in order to develop the faculty in various aspects, namely teaching and learning, research, academic services, maintenance and conservation of arts and culture, and many other facets:

National Level

  • MOU with the Emergency Medical Service Institute for research
  • MOU for sharing of resources under the operation with the seven Health Science Faculties and Center of the Health Sector of Khon Kaen University.
  • MOU with the National Health Security Office, Khon Kaen Regional Branch for research and training.
  • MOU with Sawattee Community, Muang, Khon Kaen province, Thailand for field practices and research.
  • MOUs with the Office of Public Health and the Office of Disease Prevention and Control 6, Khon Kaen for training and research.

 International Level

  • MOU with College of Public Health, National Taiwan University
  • MOU with Faculty of  Public Health, Hue College of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vietnam
  • MUO with Thai Nguyen University, Vietnam
  • MOU with Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia
  • MOU with the University of Health Sciences, Lao P.D.R
  • MOU with tropEd Network, Erasmus Mundus program on the management and delivery of the European Master of Science Programme in International Health
  • MOU with Charité–Universitätsmedizin Berlin
  • MOU with University of the West England, Bristol, Frenchay Campus, UK
  • Academic and research collaboration with Oxford University, UK, Swansea University, UK
  • Academic collaborations with Copenhagen School of Global Health, Denmark; Institute of International Health Bergen, Norway, University of North Carolina, USA,
  • Academic collaborations with Universities in Myanmar : University of  Public Health, University of Medicine, University of Community Health.
  • Academic collaborations with Kathmandu University, Nepal
  • Academic collaborations with Universities in Indonesia including: University of Dian Nuswantoro, University of Muhammadiyah Semarang University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta, University of
  • Forming the Public Health Academic Institution in the Greater Mekong Sub-Regional Network with 6 countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region.
  • The faculty with the International collaboration organized the international conference: “Climate Change Livelihood and Health Impacts: Community Adaptation Strategies”