Office of International Affairs – works with students, faculty and staff across campus to promote international and cross-cultural learning. They promote and assist international students through the admissions process especially in the Diploma in Thai for Foreigners as a preparation program in Thai language for whom interested in pursue a Bachelor’s or Master degree program in UDRU, as well as provide information and counseling to the more than 200 enrolled international students from 10 countries on non-immigrant student visa regulations and processes, housing, adjustment to life in Thailand and academic concerns. The International Affairs works with faculty and our partner universities to provide our students with summer, semester and academic year study abroad programs in 4 different countries such as the U.S., China, Japan and Vietnam.
\There are on campus accommodation at both the downtown and Sampraw campuses available for more than 4,000 students at Sampraw Campus and more than 3,000 students at the downtown campus. The rooms are normally furnished to accommodate four students and contain two bunk beds, desks and wardrobes. They normally also have their own bathroom (shower / toilet) and a small balcony. It is not advisable to cook in the apartment and there is really no need as food stalls are available everywhere.
• Shared dormitory
• Shared among 2 - 4 people
• Air-conditioned or fan
• Semester contract required
• Rent 4,000 - 12,000 baht per person per semester (excluding electricity charge)
Udon Rajabhat Internship Center (URIC), is located on the downtown campus, offers accommodation and catering services for guests attending university-related functions or conducting university business including various size of meeting rooms for small to large events and conventions.
The UDRU library or Academic Resources Center is located conveniently in both campuses. It is open daily from Monday to Sunday 8.30 am to 8.00 pm and Sunday 8.00 am to 7.00 pm. and it is closed on public holidays.
The UDRU Computer Center has been providing technology to assist in networking, administration, teaching and learning at the university. Computers are available for student and staff use in the Informatics Building.
There are three conference halls vary in size located both in the downtown and Sampraw campuses which contains 1,200, 3,000 and 5,000 seats for each.
There is a small post office in the downtown campus, open from Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5 pm and Saturday 8.30 to 12.00 am.
Bank & ATMS
Krung Thai Bank (KTB), a public bank, operates a branch on the downtown campus. There also have ATMs of various banks on the area that are accessible after hours.