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    • Higher Education in Thailand East-West Center September 2007
    • Ministry of Education
      • National Council for Education
      • Commission on Basic Education
      • Commission on Vocational Education
      • Commission on Higher Education
    • Commission on Higher Education
      • The CHE has the mandate and authority to manage and to promote higher education with respect to the degree-granting institutions’ academic freedom and excellence.
    • HE Policies for Strategic Changes
      • Quality and Excellence
      • Access and Equity
      • Efficiency and Accountability
      • Relevance and Delivery
      • Internationalization and Regionalization
      • Privatization and Corporatization
    • Priorities
      • Administrative system of autonomous universities
      • Quality assurance for academic program delivery at all degree level
      • Life-long learning
      • Capacity building on research mission of the universities
    • Commission on Higher Education
      • 78 public universities
        • 21 public universities
        • 40 Rajabhat universities
        • 9 Rajamangala universities
        • 4 autonomous universities
        • 2 open admission universities
        • 2 Buddhist universities
        • 10 community colleges
      • 67 private universities
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    • Thai uni’s subjected to
      • Administration System Development
      • Self Assessment Report (annually)
      • Education Standard & Quality Assessment (5 years)
      • QA & Internal evaluation
      • All these with less people, less money
    • Public Universities
      • Each with its own law passed by parliament
      • Policy by university council
      • Funded by government budget and tuition fees
      • CHE control only standard of curriculum
    • Organizational Structure : RMUTT RMUTT Council Internal Audit Unit Office of the President Faculties Supporting offices
    • Private Universities in Thailand
    • Common Features
      • Full operational autonomy
      • Quick decision making/fast problem solving
      • High flexibility
      • Highly controlled (no faculty council/dean-director monthly meeting)
      • Tighter control by CHE
      • Large class sizes
    • Common Features
      • President appointed by university council (both internal and external)
      • Vice Presidents appointed by president
      • Assistant to the President appointed by the President and Vice President
      • Dean/Director appointed by the university administrative team
      • Chairperson/Head of department appointed by dean/director
      • Faculty/staff recruited by each faculty management team  Vice President for Academic Affairs
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    • Bangkok University
      • S tudent enrollments
        • 18,000 Thai program students
        • 2000 international college students ( 2 00 foreign students)
        • 900 graduate students
    • Faculty
      • Communication Arts
      • Business Administration
      • Accounting
      • Humanities
      • Computer Science
      • Engineering
      • Fine and Applied Arts
      • Economics
      • Law
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      • Language Institute
    • Popular Program
      • Advertising
      • Marketing
      • Hotel and Tourism Studies
      • Information and Technology
      • Accounting
    • Graduate Level
      • M.A. in Business Admin. (Thai/Inter)
      • M.A. in Communication Arts (Thai/Inter)
      • M.A. in Law
      • M.A. in Business Entertainment (new)
      • Ph.D in Business Admin. (Inter--Joint program)
      • Ph.D in Personal Communication (Inter--Joint program)
      • Future: Mini MBA/M.A. in Hotel/Tourism
      • Management/