Non-degree Programs

Non-degree Programs are for foreign students from universities with an agreement with Thammasat University who wish to take some undergraduate courses or work on graduate research projects with our lecturers. The programs also allow unregistered students, regardless of education background and age, who wish to take some courses alongside Thammasat students to enhance their knowledge or for career development.

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Graduate Diploma Program (Graduate Volunteer)

The program aims at developing students’ awareness in their roles and duties in all levels of involvement and public consciousness in their charitable and generous participation in life quality development for the socially disadvantaged.

More Information: http://psds.tu.ac.th

Graduate Diploma Program in English for Business and Management

The program aims at producing graduates with English competence in meet the needs of business organizations. Students will develop correct and effective English skills in order to pursue their careers in the field of business and management. Applicants must have a bachelor degree or equivalent in any field.

More Information: http://arts.tu.ac.th/course2/t14.pdf

Graduate Diploma Program in English for Careers (English Program)

The program aims at developing students’ English competence in the four communicative skills to be effectively applied in the workplace to enhance the professional experiences in their fields.

Possible careers pursued by our graduates are, for instance, self-employed persons, public relation officers, secretaries, human resource personnel, and flight attendants.

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Graduate Diploma in Public Law

The program is accredited by the Office of Civil Service Commission (OCSC) as equivalent to Intermediate Development Program in Public Law organized by the Office of the Council of State. Legal officers who have completed this program can apply for a salary increase. Applicants must have a bachelor degree in law from an institution accredited by the University Council.

More Information: http://www.law.tu.ac.th/