Revealing the International Universities Ranking, ‘Thammasat’ could snatch the 1st in the country - 3rd in ASEAN


Thammasat University is ranked the 1st in the country - 3rd in ASEAN as a university that fosters quality graduates and employabilities, guaranteed by QS, the International University Ranking Institute.

Monday 27 September 2021

     Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released the official QS Graduate Employability Ranking of the year 2022 on September 23. Thammasat (TU) is ranked as the No. 1 educational institution in Thailand and the 3rd in ASEAN. Globally, Thammasat University is ranked within 141-150 ranking group, moving higher than the previous year from the ranking group of 171-180.

     Assoc. Prof. Gasinee Witoonchart, Rector of Thammasat University (TU) revealed that in 2022, QS Institute has ranked a total of 786 universities from around the world, with TU being promoted to a higher position as a result of the achievement of 5 indicators: 1. Employer Reputation; 2. Alumni Outcomes; 3. Role and cooperation with the business sector (Employers-student Connections); 4. Cooperation of the university with employers (Partnerships with Employers); and 5. Graduate Employment Rate.

     Assoc. Prof. Gasinee said that what made TU to be ranked as the No. 1 university in Thailand and the 3rd in ASEAN was the progress in three important areas, reflected through the score that has been greatly increased, namely, The reputation of the university from the employer, the score increases from 23.1 in 2020 to 29.1 in 2022; Alumni Achievements, the score has been increased from 75.7 in 2020 to 81 in 2022; and University partnerships with employers, in which the score has been increased from 9.5 in 2020 to 19.2 in 2022.

     “Comparing the rankings 3 years back, it is found that Thammasat has received better scores in all dimensions, reflecting the quality of the university in academic aspect which is not only excellent in academics but also gives its importance to serving society and people, especially in the COVID-19 pandemic, I am certain that next year we will be ranked in an even better position. This does not mean something else, but the reputation and recognition of Thailand on the world stage,” Assoc. Prof. Gasinee said.