Thammasat University is Thailand's second oldest university. Officially inaugurated on 27 June 1934 at Tha Phra Chan on the Rattanakosin Island and on the Bank of the Chao Phraya River.
Thammasat University provides equal educational opportunity in the fields of social sciences, humanities, science and technology and health sciences. The curriculum focuses on graduate study and international programs to produce graduates who are competent, committed to fairness, democracy and the public’s interests.
Thammasat University aims to become a world-class research university.
The university is committed to the promotion and dissemination of research by faculty, staff and graduate students. Thammasat provides opportunities and channels for the dissemination of research results to the public through academic presentations, conferences and publications both domestically and internationally.
The Office of International Affairs (OIA) provides a full range of services and support for all international students. The OIA offices offers the following services :
Students at both the Tha Prachan and Rangsit Campuses have full access to university clinics which provide free-of-charge essential healthcare.
Health Center offered are first-aid ,diagnosis and medical aid.
Thammasat University’s extensive sports facilities includes its main multi-purpose stadium, an Aquatic Center, tennis courts, various sports fields, and several gymnasiums, which were all originally built to host the 1998 Asian Games. In 2007, the Rangsit Center was home to the worldwide Summer Universiade. Currently, the facilities are enjoyed by students for recreation and used for training by various national sports federations and teams.