The SPD programme aims to close the gap between the classroom and the labour market by maintaining a close relationship with professionals engaged in the field of social policy. As a result, the SPD programme has several partnerships with various different organizations in Bangkok who have committed to hosting SPD students both as full-time and part-time interns.

TU 399 - Internship for regular SPD students
      TU 399 Professional internship is a mandatory component of the SPD programme for third-year regular students. During TU 399, SPD students will intern full-time at an organization of their choice for the course of eight weeks during the summer semester between the third and fourth academic years. Students will gain three (3) academic credits on the successful completion of TU 399.

SPD 339 - Internship for exchange students
      SPD 339 Part-time internship is an elective course offered to all exchange students at Thammasat University. During SPD 339, exchange students will intern part-time between 15-18 weeks (depending on the academic semester in question) at an organization of their choice. Students will gain three (3) academic credits on the successful completion of SPD 339.


Internship organisations
     The following organisations have previously hosted SPD students and exchange students as interns. Please note that the list is not exhaustive and is subject to change. Check the current list of partner organisations with the SPD office.
Asia Injury Prevention
Foundation (AIP)
Asia Pacific Transgender Network
Asian Network for Free Elections
Courageous Kitchen
Cross-Cultural Foundation
International Drug Policy Consortiun (IDPC)
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Labour Right Promotion
Network (LPN)
Mae Fah Luang Foundation (MFLF)
Manyusha Foundation
Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB)
People Serving People Foundation (PSPF)
Pratthanadee Foundation
Raksthai Foundation
Southeast Asia Junction (SEA)
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
WeWatch Thailand
Winrock International
World Animal Protection (WAP)
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