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The School of Global Studies is a new and innovative academic initiative within Thammasat University and a front runner in global health and social innovation within Thailand, Southeast Asia and beyond with a track record of excellent research on determinants of the public’s health, student centered teaching, and academic service relevant to community needs. The School enjoys a unique position of being a national, regional and global focal point for global studies, human security and wellbeing with collaborative relationships with academic and professional communities.

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Enrollment Steps for New Undergraduate Students 2020

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New Students Booklet 2020

Click to Download  Booklet BA Program in GSSE 2020

Shaping Behaviour in a Crisis: SNAPP Behaviour and Covid-19

Shaping Behaviour in a Crisis: SNAPP Behaviour and Covid-19 by Dr. Neil Gains TapestryWorks’ SNAPP framework is based...

Message to students from Ajarn Stephane regarding COVID-19

A message to SGS students Dear Students, As I was kindly asked to say a few words on the current Covid19 situation, in...

Message to SGS community regarding COVID-19 from our Dean

Dear SGS Community, Thammasat University is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)...

Update from Dean In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19 (March 13th, 2020)

March 13th, 2020 Dear all SGS lecturers, In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19, (1) I encourage all SGS...

A Behavioural Framework for Sustainability

TapestryWorks developed the SNAPP framework to help guide the application of behavioural science through a number of key themes and ideas that appear frequently and link many heuristics through underlying principles. SNAPP breaks down these mental rules of thumb into behavioural triggers and barriers that fall into five key themes that drive decision-making. 

Message from our Dean, Asst. Prof. Prapaporn Tivayanond Mongkhonvanit, regarding the Coronavirus.

Dear students, This message is in regards to the Coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China.  In order to monitor the...

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