At the Language Institute, Thammasat University, we are committed to producing high-quality, academically excellent programs that meet international standards. We believe in our students’ potential to learn within diverse environments.
Why study with us ?
Attend classes every Saturday and Sunday, so you can study while still working for career advancement.
All courses are taught in English to help develop effective international communication skills.
Our teachers are highly experienced and experts in English language education and English for professional purposes.
A wide range of courses
Choose from a wide variety of courses that match your interests, keeping you updated and meeting today’s demands.
Our staff is here to help you succeed according to your plans and goals.
Study abroad opportunities
We offer opportunities for student exchanges with partner universities, with the possibility of transferring credits.
Tha Phrachan Campus
Our graduate programs are held at Thammasat University, Tha Phrachan Campus, right in the heart of Bangkok by the Chao Phraya River. This historic campus is surrounded by beautiful old town architecture, easy to reach by various transportation options, and offers a welcoming and convenient environment.Discover More
We specialize in English language education
LITU partners with local and international organizations to host yearly seminars and academic conferences on English language education. These events promote innovation and knowledge-sharing to improve English language teaching in the region.
LITU publishes its very own journal, the LEARN Journal. This journal is indexed in the TCI Group 1 database, ASEAN Citation Index (ACI), and holds a SCOPUS Quartile 2 (Q2) ranking. The LEARN Journal primarily focuses on disseminating academic work and research related to English language teaching and applied linguistics.Learn About LEARN
Community of learning
At LITU, you’ll be part of a community of learners who support each other in their academic journey. You’ll be surrounded by motivated students and experienced instructors who are dedicated to helping you succeed.
When we mention “community,” we’re not concerned with how many people get A’s or B’s, and it’s not based on percentages. It’s about giving credit to anyone who contributes, and it results in what we call a community of learning, where students help each other. Sometimes, those who know more may form study groups to help those who know less, so that everyone can achieve success together.
Dr. Nantikarn Simasangyaporn
Director of MA in ELT program