Recognized as “The Pillar of Thailand’s Political Science”, the faculty represents progress, peace, and social responsibility.
Established in 1899 as the School of Civil Servant Training, the school is one of CU’s four founding faculties. It is renowned for producing leading graduates to service the country and international organizations. The faculty has four departments, including Government, International Relations, Public Administration, and Sociology and Anthropology, offering undergraduate and graduate programs, an international graduate program, and several quality research centers and institutes.
Chula is the place to discover one’s true individuality and the years I spent here were most enjoyable.
Rossukhon Kongket Alumni, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University