Home

Thammasat for the People Thammasat for SDGs

Thammasat University is one of the leading universities in Thailand. For more than 80 years, Thammasat University has been a part of Thailand’s social, economic, environmental, and peace development. Sustainable development is deeply integrated into our education, research, outreach, and operation.

Education

Thammasat University provides several sustainability-related courses from general education to discipline-specific courses.

Click to explore

Research

From social sciences to health science, research of Thammasat University provides principles, evidence and recommendations for tackling sustainability challenges

Click to explore

Outreach

Thammasat University Works with multiple stakeholders from community to the state, from private sector to civil society, to achieve the SDGs.

Click to explore

Policy and Operation

Sustainability is from within. Thammasat University has policies and operations to make sure that the university and its campuses are sustainable

Click to explore.

Thammasat SDG Initiative

99 Moo 18, Klong Nueng, Klong Luang, Pathum Thani 12121
Thammasat.sdgs@gmail.com

Latest Entries

Explore our latest SDG-related stories.

Neutral and Safe Space for Political and Social Expression

Thammsat University has been recognized as an open space for political and social movement since the founding of university. Students, Academias, Staffs have freedom to express different ideas or opinions toward political and social issues, There are many public seminars or open discussions organized by students or professors regularly.

Thammasat Childhood Development Center

Since 1999, faculty of nursing, Thammasat University, has established Childhood Development Center to be an operational facility for nursing students and provide related public services as a childcare facility for Thammasat University staff who have children and for communities nearby. Even students who have babies and want to continue studying can also used the childcare service.

Krabi Goes Green

Thammasat University, by researchers from Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, led a research team whose members include not only academics but also non-governmental organizations, local administrative organizations, and communities, to study a city model run by renewable energy. The report provides policy recommendations for sustainability transition in the energy sector in Krabi province and the Southern region of Thailand.

Thammasat Campuses and Renewable Energy Policy

Thammasat University has four campuses, located in different region, Tha Prachan Campus in Bangkok, Rangsit Campus in Pathumthani, Pattaya Campus in Chonburi, and Lampang Campus in Lampang. Thammasat has planned to use renewable energy in all campuses , for saving electricity bill, to be learning centers in different regions. Thammasat would also like to beContinue reading “Thammasat Campuses and Renewable Energy Policy”

Solar Cafe

Since 2016 Thammasat at Rangsit has launched “Solar Cafe”, the first green cafe that used electricity from solar panel installed on the cafe roof. This cafe was founded to demonstrate fostering and supporting a low carbon economy and technology start-up. Read the story of the solar cafe here: http://www.psm.tu.ac.th/NewActivtie/readmore/177

THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY MOVE TOWARDS TO SMART UNIVERSITY

Thammasat University is moving closer to its goals set in the 12th Thammasat University Strategic Plan (2017-2021), focusing on the development of education that ‘responds to’ the future and pursuing ‘the best sustainable and smart university’ strategy. Consequently, the university has prioritized its new role to create and promote ‘participation in the holistic environmental conservation’,Continue reading “THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY MOVE TOWARDS TO SMART UNIVERSITY”

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.