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Curricula

Undergraduate Studies

cover fields in Social Sciences, Humanities, Science and Technology and Health Sciences

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Graduate Studies

offer Master’s and Doctorate degrees, both in regular (Monday-Friday) and special (Saturday-Sunday) programs

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Diploma Courses

offer courses for foreign students from correspondent universities and individuals of any qualification and age group who are not formally registered with the University

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THE THAMMASAT VISION

Thammasat University is a leading Asian academic institution of world-class standard in producing graduates, creating bodies of knowledge, and addressing the country’s issues with commitment to virtues and the public interests

About Thammasat

THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY FOR YOU

U OPEN Learning opportunities for all.

U SMART We bring knowledge to the world. 

U HAPPY Land of Happiness 

U SUCCESS Nurture Success 

U PROUD Source of Pride

Fees and Scholarships

Thammasat university offers various financial aids in forms of scholarships and benefits

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Academic Calendar
First Semester:
August-December
Second Semester:
January-May
Note:
Academic Calendars for each course may vary.

Life on Campus

Dormitory

Students Dormitory can house over 8,000 students. There are various shops and services to meet the residents’ needs and improve their quality of life in all areas.

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Health Services and Accident Insurance

Students are entitled to medical treatments, consultancy on physical and mental health issues, can check the status of their health insurance cards and seek advice on accident insurance.

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Students’ Activities

Thammasat University supports all kinds of academic, volunteer, social, sports or leisure activities.

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Students’ Clubs/ Societies/ Associations

Students Council

Thammasat University’s Students Council oversees students’ welfare; considers projects, budgets, and establishment and dissolution of clubs or societies; and considers rules and regulations in the University.

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Student Union

Thammasat University’s Student Union supervises students’ activities, co-ordinates and facilitates operations of each student committee, monitors and facilitates clubs’ and societies’ activities.

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Clubs/Societies

Clubs/Societies are divided into 4 groups: sports, arts and culture, volunteer activities, and religions and morality.

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Office of International Affairs

principally provides services and gives support to foreign students studying at Thammasat University and help Thai students who wish to participate in student exchange programs with correspondent universities abroad.

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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

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Can a proxy contact the University on my behalf, for instance in requesting important documents?

Yes. Please bring a proxy form, a certified copy of the student’s identity card, and a certified copy of the proxy’s identity card.

How do I transfer credits?

Each faculty has different requirements. Please refer to www.reg.tu.ac.th >> Online Student Handbook >> Regulations on Faculty Transfer and Credit Transfer (for Undergraduates) >> Regulations on Credit Transfer

What is the minimum/maximum number of credits I can enrol?

-Semester 1 or 2: Minimum 9 credits, except in the case of illness which requires the Dean’s approval, or in the last semester of study only. Maximum 22 credits, except for 4th year students with approval from the Rector

-Summer Semester: Maximum 6 credits. Students may enrol more than 6 credits but no more than 9 credits, in the case that it is their last semester of study, and with the Rector’s approval.

When can I register as a graduand?

Students who have given notification may check the Graduand List about 1 month after having obtained test results for all subject at www.reg.tu.ac.th >> Graduands >> Graduand List or by logging in to see the Graduand Registration Menu.