Dean’s Message


In this rapidly changing world and disruption, the survivors are those with human skills that technology cannot easily imitate or replace. It takes the skills to understand oneself, others, the world, and society. It takes the skills to link the past, present, and future, and to communicate and work with people in this world through language uses and respect the difference. Thus, I welcome you to learn more about us, the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University. 

Asst. Prof. Dr. Passapong Sripicharn Dean of Faculty of Liberal Arts

According to the Royal Decree for the Establishment of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, the Faculty of Liberal Arts was established in Thammasat University on December 31, 1961. Professor Dr. Adul Wichaincharern was the founder and was also the Rector of Thammasat University at that time. He was also the first Dean of the Faculty of Liberal Arts.

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Our Philosophy

The Faculty of Liberal Arts is committed to ensuring that graduates are empowered with a depth of knowledge in liberal arts disciplines, through which they gain insights into human nature and society, values of arts and culture, and critical and analytical thinking skills; furthermore, to incorporate what they have learned into their personal and professional lives, and embrace a strong sense of ethical integrity, interpersonal relations and social responsibility.

Our Mission

1. Offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in humanities and social sciences,
with emphasis on producing graduates with wisdom and integrity.

2. Focusing on extensive, innovative and impactful research, thus creating new knowledge.

3. Dedicating itself to public service and civic engagement through utilization of professional expertise that contributes to the betterment of community, to human resources development of the country, and to increasing educational opportunity of less privileged groups.

4. Fostering study in arts and culture as well as promoting and disseminating the artistic and cultural heritage of the country.

Faculty of Liberal Arts (Rangsit Campus)

99 M00 18 Paholyothin Rd. Khlong Nueng, Khlong Luang, Pathumthani, 12121 Thailand

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Faculty of Liberal Arts (Tha prachan Campus)

2 Pra chan Rd., Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200 Thailand

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Faculty of Liberal Arts’ Offices

Contact information and download form.

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Organization Chart
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