The BIR classes will be conducted online via ZOOM Meeting and MS Team. The program will announce the class schedule together with the Class code of Google Classroom for each class. Students can follow the update from the Facebook Batch Group and TU Student Email (

The objectives for using Google Classroom are as follows:
 - To provide the Meeting ID of each week
 - To provide class materials (if any)
 - To submit classwork or arrange online examination (if any)

Find "BIR Online Class Manual", please find further information from

- Thammasat University plans to allocate financial aids to students of the Faculty of Political Science, and it will be announced as soon as the university opens for applications.
- The Faculty of Political Science prepares computer facilities for online class, which can be borrowed throughout the semester. Students in need could fill in the appplicaion form via this link []
- The Faculty of Political Science provides a mental health service by hiring a professional psychologist with which the students can book a consultation session from 1 February 2021 onwards. The students can book the online consultation session via this link []
- The academic members of the Faculty of Political Science are willing to provide a consultation session for all students via online channel. You can book the consultation in advance via this link []

-Via Email:

* Please contact the BIR staff via email. We advise you to use the university's email address ( to contact the program, and the students should CC yourself everytime you send an email.

-Via Facebook Page: BIR Program

The students could contact your own advisors or other professors via email. The mailing lists of the professors in the BIR committee can be searched here:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Jittipat
Asst. Prof. Dr. Tavida
Asst. Prof. Dr. M.L. Pinitbhand
Asst. Prof. Dr. Puli
Asst. Prof. Dr. Sikarn
Asst. Prof. Dr. Sunida
Asst. Prof. Dr. Prapimphan
Dr. Peera

  • Students can send all email at all times. However, the staff members or professors may reply to the email within 48 hours within office hour (9.00-15.00). If the students send an email after 15.00, the email will be read on the next day.
  • The students should avoid resend an email with the same subjects within the last 48 hours because it would rearrange your emails to the last order of the inbox, which will affect the time that the staff members could respond to your messages.
  • Please double-check the content of the emails and messages before submitting.
  • Please CC to yourself everytime you write an email to professors or staff members.
  • Please write emails with clear objectives and in accordance with the following template: 

Example for writing email

SubjectInquiry about add-drop my PIXXX course
SalutationDear Prof. XXX
Body of the email
Describe the purpose of contact.
If you have any attached file, please do state on the email to let your recipient know.
I am/My name is Mr.Thammasat, x year BIR student, student ID no. XXXXXXXXX
I would like to register on PO319 course, Is it still possible for me to register for this course?
I've attached the student requested form herewith.
ClosingBest regards/Sincerely yours,

  • For student request form submission, please fill the request form carefully and send it to us via email:

1st Case: I registered for the course on time but did not make a payment.

2nd Case: I did not register for the course but already did request the quotas

In both cases, the students need to register for the courses again on a late registration period from 25-29 January 2021 and must make a payment from 30 January - 2 February 2021 only. However, the students are able to join the class from the first week.

Please contact 'HelpDesk' of IT-ICT department of Thammasat university  (https:/ or LINE@: @icttuhelpdesk)

Students can access Thammasat's Office of the Registrar by following the link: https:/

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