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Academic ranks in Thailand

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Administrative ranks

































































Full names
Note
English
Thai
Romanised (RTGS)
Administrators
Chancellor
ผู้ประศาสน์การ
Phuprasatkan
Chief of a university. A historical office only used by Thammasat University and now replaced by "Rector" (อธิการบดี).
Commander
ผู้บัญชาการ
Phubanchakan
Chief of a university. A historical office only used by Chulalongkorn University and now replaced by "President" (อธิการบดี).
Director
ผู้อำนวยการ
Phu-amnuaikan
Chief of an independent centre or institute.
President or Rector
อธิการบดี
Athikanbodi
Chief of a university.
อธิการ
Athikan
Chief of an independent college. The term is also used as a shortened spoken form of อธิการบดี in universities.
Secretary General
เลขาธิการ
Lekhathikan
Chief of an independent centre or institute.
Lower administrators
Dean
คณบดี
Khanabodi
Chief of a faculty or college in an institution.
Director
ผู้อำนวยการ
Phu-amnuaikan
Chief of a bureau centre institute or office in an institution.
Head
หัวหน้า
Hua-na
Chief of a department division or section in an institution.
Secretary
เลขานุการ
Lekhanukan
Chief administrative officer of any entity in an institution.
Note:
  1. A deputy or vice office has an additional word "รอง" (Rong) in its name. For example "Deputy Dean" is "รองคณบดี" (Rong Khanabodi).

  2. An assistant office has an additional word "ผู้ช่วย" (Phuchuai) in its name. For instance "Assistant Dean" is "ผู้ช่วยคณบดี" (Phuchuai Khanabodi).



Academic ranks



Professors


























































Full names
Acronyms
English
Thai
Romanised (RTGS)
Regular officers
Professor
ศาสตราจารย์
Sattrachan
ศ.
Clinical Professor
ศาสตราจารย์คลินิก
Sattrachan Khlinik
ศ. คลินิก
Professor Emeritus
ศาสตราจารย์กิตติคุณ or
ศาสตราจารย์เกียรติคุณ
Sattrachan Kittikhun or
Sattrachan Kiattikhun
ศ. กิตติคุณ or
ศ. (เกียรติคุณ)
Irregular officers
Adjunct Professor
ศาสตราจารย์วุฒิคุณ or
ศาสตราจารย์พิเศษ
Sattrachan Wutthikhun or
Sattrachan Phiset
None or
ศ. (พิเศษ)
Chair Professor
ศาสตราจารย์เกียรติยศ
ศาสตรเมธาจารย์ or
ศาสตราจารย์อาวุโส
Sattrachan Kiattiyot
Sattramethachan or
Sattrachan Awuso
None
Distinguished Professor
ศาสตราจารย์พิศิษฐ์
Sattrachan Phisit
Honorary Professor
ศาสตราจารย์กิตติมศักดิ์
Sattrachan Kittimasak
Named Professor
ศาสตราภิชาน
Sattraphichan
Research Professor
กิตติเมธี
Kittimethi
Visiting Professor
ศาสตราจารย์รับเชิญ or
ศาสตราจารย์อาคันตุกะ
Sattrachan Rap Choen or
Sattrachan Akhantuka


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Full names
Acronyms
English
Thai
Romanised (RTGS)
Regular officers
Associate Professor
รองศาสตราจารย์
Rong Sattrachan
รศ.
Assistant Professor
ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์
Phuchuai Sattrachan
ผศ.
Lecturer
อาจารย์
Achan
อ.
Irregular officers
Adjunct Associate Professor
รองศาสตราจารย์วุฒิคุณ or
รองศาสตราจารย์พิเศษ
Rong Sattrachan Wutthikhun or
Rong Sattrachan Phiset
None or
รศ. (พิเศษ)
Adjunct Assistant Professor
ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์วุฒิคุณ or
ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์พิเศษ
Phuchuai Sattrachan Wutthikhun or
Phuchuai Sattrachan Phiset
None or
ผศ. (พิเศษ)
Adjunct Instructor
อาจารย์พิเศษ
Achan Phiset
อ. (พิเศษ)
Visiting Associate Professor
รองศาสตราจารย์อาคันตุกะ
Rong Sattrachan Akhantuka
None
Visiting Assistant Professor
ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์อาคันตุกะ
Phuchuai Sattrachan Akhantuka


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Academic ranks are the titles relative importance and power of professors researchers and administrative personnel held in academia.

At higher education institutions in Thailand teaching officers are generally called "lecturers" (อาจารย์ achan) and are collectively called "teaching staff" (คณาจารย์ khanachan) whilst administrative officers are generally called "administrators" (ผู้บริหาร phuborihan) and are collectively called "administrative staff" (คณะผู้บริหาร khana phuborihan).

Careers of teaching staff at Thai universities generally start at the level of "lecturer". At this level contracts may be permanent or temporary or may impose a time-limit for progression to a higher rank (similarly to a US tenure-track position). In order to achieve higher academic ranks staff must submit to evaluation both internally (at the level of their institution) and externally (by academics from other institutions). Criteria for promotion are regulated centrally by the body which regulates universities (Office of the Higher Education Commission) meaning that there is little variation in promotion standards across institutions irrespective of their status or orientation (e.g. research-intensive international universities vs. teaching-oriented local universities).

Progression of staff through academic ranks follows a similar dynamic to that in Australia with the highest rank of Professor awarded selectively to leading scholars. Thus compared to higher education institutions in countries such as the US where Associate Professor is regarded as a mid-career rank and an intermediate step before Professorship holders of Associate Professorships are regarded as senior members of academic staff at Thai universities comparable to Readers at many Commonwealth institutions.

 


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