Accreditation & Joint Degree

Accreditation & Joint Degree


Accreditation & Joint Degree


The University is fully accredited by the Ministry of University Affairs. Its graduates enjoy the privileges accorded to State University graduates. Its academic standards are accepted by the Civil Service Commission of Thailand.

Assumption University is recognized in the USA and other countries and transfer of credits from the University is accepted abroad. Graduates from the University can pursue advanced Degrees anywhere in the world. Assumption University is listed in the Handbook of Universities and other Institutions of the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES in Paris, France.

The University is recognized by:

  • The Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA)
  • The Association of Southeast Asian Institution of Higher Learning (ASAIHL)
  • The International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU)

Joint Degree Programs

Assumption University has several joint degree programs that allow students to study partially at Au and then to complete their degree at a western university. The degree, awarded by the western university, is thus obtained at a substantially lower cost than having studied at the overseas university full-time. Au currently has seven Post-Graduate joint degree programs and one Undergraduate joint degree program and is exploring others. Au expects to soon endorse additional joint degree programs with colleges in India especially in the areas of Information Technology. These agreements will permit International students to study partially at their home institution and then come to AU to complete their degrees.



Further studies at Prominent Universities in the East and in the West

Over the past 37 years Assumption university graduates have been accepted into programs of pride in the Canada, United State, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Acceptance modes by overseas universities:

Assumption University has numerous agreements of cooperation with institutions in 33 countries. Most agreements include elements for student exchange, faculty exchange, sharing of research and more. Universities that have worked with Au on such arrangements include though not exhaustively, quite actively, include:

United State:
  • Pepperdine University, California
  • University of Dayton
  • Ball State University
  • Pittsburgh State University
  • Tarleton State University
  • The University of the Incarnate Word
  • Monterary Institute in California
  • Loyola College at Baltimore
  • De Paul University in Chicago
United Kingdom:
  • Warwick University
  • University of Exeter
  • London South Bank University
  • Louvain Catholic University
  • The University of Utrecht
  • The Hague University
  • The Catholic University of the West

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