Southeast Asian Studies Program
Graduate School
Chulalongkorn University

News & Activities

10th Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Symposium

In the 10th Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Symposium, graduate students from Chulalongkorn University working in the fields of humanities and social sciences on topics related to Southeast Asia will be given the opportunity to present their papers cover


Traveling Classroom 2018

Seas program took 14 students to Myanmar from 26-31 May 2018 for traveling classroom. We visited Mandalay-Bamaw-Pyin Oo Lwin-Thipaw-Lashio.


Research Methodology in Southeast Asian Studies

We took 16 students who study "Research Methodology in Southeast Asian Studies" to Nan province from 5-7 March 2018.


Short Field trip at Yaowarat area 02-02-2018

Our Students who studied 'Ethnic Politics in Southeast Asia' course visited Chinese community at YAOWARAT CHINATOWN HERITAGE CENTER.


Burmese language course

Burmese language course will be started on 13rd Feb 61- 05th Apr 61. If you are interested in this course, please kindly contact us. E-mail : or 02-218-3105


Learning Basic Burmese

Now we will be opening course " Learning Basic Burmese " If you are interested in this course , please contact us or 02- 218-3105


Orientation Day 8 Jan 2018

Welcome New students and New Year Party


Study trip to Lopburi and Ayutthaya 8-9 Dec 2017

SEAs program took all students who study "SOUTHEAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION" to Lopburi and Ayuthaya.


Thesis defense 28 Nov 2017



Special Talk-Japan's reconciliation diplomacy and its implication

The program would like to thank you Professor Toshiya NAKAMURA from Institute of Global Studies, Nagoya University to give a special talk on 2 November 2017.


Congratulations to our students, Academic Year 2016

Congratulations to our 7 students, Academic Year 2016 at SEAS office. DATE: Thursday 28 September 2017 from 7.00-10.30.


Thesis defense 22 Sep 2017

Mr. Kevin Mark Lee, Master’s Degree student in Southeast Asian Studies program, Graduate School, Chulalongkorn University, presented his thesis “A NEW MULTILATERAL ELECTRICITY TRADING MODEL FOR ASEAN”


Field Trip to Bangkok National Museum

Dr.Wannasarn Noonsuk who teach Southeast Asian Arts and Culture course took 12 students to Bangkok National Museum on 1st September 2017.


Orientation Day for 1st semester, 2017

The 2017 Orientation Day for new students of the MA in Southeast Asian Studies Program, Graduate School, Chulalongkorn University, was held on 10 August from 9.30-11.30 at room 1502 Chaloem Rajakumari 60 Building (Chamchuri 10 Building)


Top 200 Pemilihan Duta Muda Asean 2017: Khairil Ramadhani

Khairil Ramadhani, one of the particpants of Asean Youth Ambassador, from Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia.


Thesis defense, Academic Year 2016

Master’s Degree student in Southeast Asian Studies program, Graduate School, Chulalongkorn University, presented their theses in July 2017 (for graduation in Academic Year 2016).


Traveling Classroom 2017


Forum on New Researches “Weaving Diversities in Southeast Asia; Political, Social and Cultural Perspectives”

The 9th Thai and Southeast Asian Graduate Symposium. Date&Time: Thursday 18 May 2017 at 08:00-16:00 ; Venue: The Conference Room 701 and 702, 7th Floor, Chaloem Rajakumari 60 Building (Chamchuri 10 Building), Chulalongkorn University


Field trip-2nd semester/2016 to Rachaburi Province

Our Students who studied 'Research Methology in Southeast Asian Studies' course had an opportunity to practice and conduct their field research on a field trip to Rachaburi province; during 6-8 March 2017


Maya Dania, one of our successful alumnus (2013-2015)

After graduation from SEA Chula, Maya Dania has published a novel book called "Diary Dari Bangkok" or Diary from Bangkok as well as published in Indonesian international newspaper, the Jakarta Post, that using SEA Chula as her identity.


“How to write Academic Papers and Theses” training

Southeast Asian Studies Program organized a new training on '“How to write Academic Papers and Theses” by Prof. Dr. Amara Prasithrathsint


'Intensive Burmese Language' course by Burmese teacher, Mrs. Than Than Myint

Southeast Asian Studies Program offers short course "Intensive : Burmese Language" by Burmese teacher, Mrs. Than Than Myint, the author of Myanmar Course for All series.


'Orientation' for New students enter 2nd Semester, Academic Year 2016

Southeast Asian Studies Program’s First Orientation for New students enter 2nd Semester, Academic Year 2016. To welcome New Students and introduce all they should know.


Weaving Relationship Activity

SEAS program invited all current students and alumnus to get together for the new year 2017 in order to meet and greet as well as welcoming new students of 2nd semester Academic Yr. 2016