The Faculty of Nursing at Chiang Mai University has been producing quality nursing graduates for close to 60 years. It is recognized as one of the preeminent nursing education and research institutions in Thailand and in Asia. The Faculty has maintained a consistent focus on developing its resources, curricula, research activities, and approaches to nursing education and leadership to hone a clear and growing voice within the academic community at national, regional, and international levels.
The Faculty of Nursing collaborates with a broad range of institutions and academic departments from around the globe, including WHO, The Joanna Briggs Institute, UNFPA, and UNICEF. The Faculty now has an alumnus of over 11,000 graduates from its doctoral, master, bachelor, and certificate programs. We are proud to offer both international and local degree programs.
Nationally, Chiang Mai University (CMU) is ranked as one of the top three universities in Thailand and is one of nine National Research Universities supported by the Thai government. The National Research Universities initiative was introduced to promote academic excellence and to improve higher education in Thailand.
Chiang Mai University has 20 faculties and 2 colleges, 3 research institutes and a graduate school. It offers 307 programs: 2 certificate programs, 91 undergraduate programs, 132 master degree programs, 66 doctoral degree programs, and 16 graduate diploma programs. There are nearly 2,400 academic staff, 9,000 support staff, and 38,000 students. CMU is committed to education, research, and the principles of academic freedom and excellence. It has a strong commitment to community services, the conservation of Thai culture and collaboration with academic institutions worldwide.