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The Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, is the first faculty of its kind in Thailand. Tracing its story to the Medical Technology Diploma Program at Chulalongkorn Hospital originally founded in 1957, it was later promoted to a four year Bachelor Program at the Department of Medical technology within the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University in 1971. In response to the rapidly growing demand of paramedical science professionals, the Department then had separated from the Faculty of Medicine on the 16th November 1991, and established the 17th Faculty of Chulalongkorn University under the name of “Faculty of Allied Health Sciences”. The Faculty aims to produce qualified graduates in paramedical sciences that plays important roles in supporting and fulfilling the specific needs of the medical teamwork.

At present, the Faculty offers 7 graduate programs, Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, Physical Therapy, and Nutrition and Dietetics which are classified as the country’s shortage professionals. Up to 2009, the Faculty has produced more than 1000 graduates who are now well recognized in their performance and commitment. Moreover, the Faculty is in planning stage to offer the additional Bachelor of Science program in Radiology in the near future.


The Faculty of Allied Health Sciences comprises of group of building located in the new compound of the Chulalongkorn University near the MBK Shopping Complex on Chulalongkorn Soi 12, Phyathai intersection, closed to the sky train National Stadium station. In addition, the Faculty also includes the common internal service areas where the medical laboratory, health sciences service unit, fitness center, and student practice center thereby gathered and situated. Its obligation is to provide services for students and people in the areas of physical therapy, exercising or medical technology investigation.