University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
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The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce or UTCC (Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยหอการค้าไทย) is a private nonprofit higher education institution located in Bangkok, Thailand. The university's origin dates back to 1940, with the foundation of the College of Commerce in Bangkok. In 1984, the college was granted full university status under its present name.
The university is academically organized into eight schools: Business, Accountancy, Economics, Humanities, Science, Communication Arts, Engineering, and Law. All offer degree program, in English and Thai, to the doctoral level. The university has strong ties to entrepreneurs in Thailand through its founding body, the Thai Chamber of Commerce. It also serves in various advisory functions in many Asean countries. The university's Business School is accredited by the United States Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.〔http://www.utcc.ac.th/news/862/AACSB_International.html〕
The university has the longest history of private higher education in Thailand. It was founded in 1940 by the Thai Chamber of Commerce as the College of Commerce, initially offering a six-month and a two-year study program for 300 students. It reopened in 1963, after its closure in December 1941 following the Japanese invasion and occupation of Thailand. On 17 June 1970, the College was formally accredited under the Private College Act. The first bachelor's degree programs were offered in 1967, and in 1973 the College moved to its present location in Bangkok's Din Daeng District. On 24 October 1984, it was accredited as full university under its present name.
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