Classrooms and Teaching Facilities a

    Reliant on classrooms and facilities in the Faculties of Political Science, Economics, Arts and Allied and Fine Arts at Chulalongkorn University.


    Reliant on the University’s Center of Academic Resources, the libraries of the Faculties of Political Science, Economics, Arts, Allied and Fine Arts, the Russian Studies Center and other related faculties where academic journals, theses and dissertations, databases and the CD-Rom electronic search systems are available.

      Program Administration Libraries

    The Program is administered by the Board of the Master’s Degree Program in Russian Studies (International/Interdisciplinary), which will map the direction and set the objectives of the Program, manage the planning and monitor the results of the operation so as to obtain self-assessment and employ the results in its continual development, which is in accordance with the philosophy, mission and policy of the Center.

      Teaching/Learning Resources
    1. Teaching/learning materials: organizing short-term and medium term operational and budgetary planning.
    2. Personnel: specifying plans and processes in the development of teaching staff in terms of teaching and conducting research.
    3. Classrooms and laboratory:  assessing the need for resources to support learning and help it achieve the Program’s objectives.

      • Student Support and Consultation

    Organizing academic activities for the development and promotion of student potential and experience in various areas and supporting the student research for their theses and their publication.

      • Need from the Job Market and Society as well as/or/ Satisfaction from Employers of the graduates

    The Program will monitor and assess its graduates and their research quality to ensure that its product, both in terms of graduates and research, pertains to the needs of society.  Assessment results will be used for the improvement or development of the Program.

      Program Development

         The Program will be updated, demonstrating its academic standard and quality index every five years. It will undergo its first assessment in 2013 and make use of the results for its improvement or development.  The academic standard and quality indexes are as follows:

    • Student graduation according to the deadline.
    • The percentage of students who are granted research funds.
    • The number of theses that win awards.
    • The number of papers from theses that are published in national or international journals and presented at national or international seminars or conferences.



Master of Arts in Russian Studies (MARS) International Program, 3rd floor. Vidyabhathana Building, Phya Thai Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.
Tel: +66-2-218-3943 Fax: +66-2-218-3944 Email:MARS@Chula.ac.th Website: http://www.mars.grad.chula.ac.th