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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 1/2016 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 3/2015 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 2/2015 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
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    A study on graduates' satisfaction with program quality: (batch 43) 

    Laphatsakorn Klaiwong; Juthaporn Wanarat (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    A job placement survey of Assumption University Graduates: batch 43 

    Juthaporn Wannarat; Laphatsakorn Klaiwong (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    Market employer satisfaction index of Assumption University's: graduate batch 43 

    Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)

    The research on Market Employers Satisfaction Index of Assumption University's Graduates Batch 43 aimed to study by survey method on AU's performance depend on Thailand Quality Framework of ONESQA--Market Employer. The result of this research might help AU to better know its status from the points of view of its stakeholders as well as provide a guideline to develop its weak aspects in order to be competent and excellent and to improve itself to be better known in academic industry. The results of the survey in every respondents were that the...
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    Satisfaction survey on AU Uniqueness and Identity Development: academic year 2015 

    Chananton Thanakultheeladit; Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 3/2014 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Satisfaction survey on AU Uniqueness and Identity Development: academic year 2014 

    Chananton Thanakultheeladit; Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2014)
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    A job placement survey of Assumption University Graduates: batch 42 

    Juthaporn Wannarat; Sompis Klaiwong (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    A study on graduates' satisfaction with program quality: (batch 42) 

    Laphatsakorn Klaiwong; Juthaporn Wanarat (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 1/2014 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Market employer satisfaction index of Assumption University's graduates: academic year 2014 

    Ratikorn Chuensuksomboon (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 1/2015 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2016)
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    Teaching competency and effectiveness of Assumption University: academic year 2/2014 

    Institute for Research and Academic Services (Institute for Research and Academic Services, 2015)
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    Preventing risks related to population displacements : defining models of educational action in Thailand 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2015)

    This research focuses on the process of group/ community formation and intervention programs to improve life quality, minimize associated social problems, and prevent related risks of the displaced population in Bangkok, Thailand. This research classifies the displaced population aforementioned into two groups: the displaced in congested community, and the homeless. Their common problems are: the lack of evidences of Thai citizenship, unfair treatment, landlessness, insecurity in life, unemployment, insufficient income, inaccess ibility to pu...
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    Preventing risks related to population displacements : defining models of educational action in Cambodia 

    Preecha Methavasaraphak (Research Institute of Assumption University, 2015)

    This research focuses on living conditions before and after relocation of 'displaced' people in two communities with 1,700 families (around 6,800 people) in Phnom Phenh, Cambodia: Bhumi Andong Community and Bhumi San Sok Community. People of these two communities are different in their origin. However, due to their non-Cambodian citizenship (permanent immigrant status) they suffer similar problems before and after relocation. Before relocation their main problems are-illegal encroachment of public land, unhealthy living conditions, short notice...
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