The Rangsit campus (วิทยาเขตรังสิต) is located at 9/1 5 Phahonyothin Road, Tambon Khlong Neung Amphoe Khlong Luang of Pathum Thani province. It is located approximately fourteen kilometres north of the old Bangkok International Airport, which is now used for domestic flights. The campus is approximately 265,000 m² in size. Regular students in their first and second years study here except regular Communication Arts students (not International) study on this campus for four years or their entire years. Also on the campus are the Bangkok University Stadium, home stadium of Bangkok University FC, Thailand Premier League 2006 champions, the Surat Osathanugrah Library, and Pongtip Osathanugrah Communication Arts Complex which is well equipped with facilities that allow students to gain the essential skills for Communication Arts. The BU Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, an important archaeological research facility, is on the Rangsit campus. The campus has received the ISO 14001 standard, the first in Thailand to receive the designation.