About Faculty of Humanities

Policy for Quality

Presents and discusses circumstances which can create real or perceived conflicts of commitment and conflicts of interest for faculty. Establishes requirements for annual certifications and financial disclosures.

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Policies on Teaching and Learning Administration

- The curricula correspond with demands of the society and achieve the TQF standards.
- Be flexible and able to be integrate with other disciplines and missions
- Emphasize on quality of learning and teaching management by improving lecturers’ knowledge of learning and teaching management as well as providing funds to support academic development.
- With participation of lecturers and students, the faculty provides adequate materials that support their learning experiences and improve the support system according to their satisfaction evaluations.

Policy on Quality of Students

- Graduates from the Faculty of Humanities display adequate quality according to the Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education together with learning skills for the 21st century.

Policy on Research

- Support research of lecturers in the faculty by managing an effective research administration with an emphasis on both quantity and quality of research. The faculty must also strive for research excellence and use research outcome as an important criterion for lecturers’ annual performance assessment.
- Support research publication and distribution in qualified and accepted sources.

Policies on Academic Services

- Appropriately provide the society with academic services according to its demands corresponding with the faculty’s specialties and strengths.
- Provide academic services in collaboration with other institutions outside the faculty to create a significant impact on society.
- Appropriately integrate academic services with other missions, such as research, teaching and learning, arts and cultural conservation.
- Convene academic conferences in collaboration with other institutions to establish academic networks and engender academic enthusiasm among the faculty members.

Policies on Arts and Culture Conservation

- Promote the importance of Thai arts and culture, both formal and custom, and foster moral values and conduct.
- Promote graceful arts and cultures from other countries as a tool to develop understanding and promote international cooperation in order to raise students’ awareness as world citizens, not only as Thai citizens.
- Promote cross-cultural learning and understanding for preparation to become world citizens.

Policy on Management and Administration

- Be strictly committed to the principles of good governance, including effectiveness, capability, response, responsibility, transparency, participation, decentralisation, legitimacy, equality, and mutual agreement.

Policy on Revenue Generation

- Promote revenue generation to increase more income besides the annual government budget and the revenues from student’s registration fees to operate the faculty’s affairs by relying on the faculty’s specialties and knowledge, such as academic services and research.

Policies on Academic Administration

- Emphasize on increasing students’ academic strength and quality for a more widely recognised, long-term and sustainable positive impact on the faculty’s reputation.
- Permit each department freedom in managing its academic affairs under the faculty’s policies and development frameworks. The faculty also encourages bottom-up development schemes by focusing on outcomes, not top-down administrative approach.

Policies on Quality Assurance

- Apply the quality assurance system, including at least the elements and indicators assigned by the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC), and strictly use it as a tool to administrate the faculty with a particular focus on the elements of input and process factors. However, it is also important to consider indicators developed by the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA) that focus on output and outcome in order to clearly and concretely set performance objectives that can be benchmarked with other institutions. Further, the faculty must prepare and be ready to use AUN-QA system to gain international acceptance.
- Chief executives pay close attention to the importance of quality assurance and understand the system of quality assurance in education. Moreover, every faculty member must also have knowledge and understanding of quality assurance as well as realise the importance of the system.
- Emphasize the quality of every mission’s performance for sustainable development

Policies on Human Resource Development

- Encourage academic staff to pursue their doctorates by providing them with supporting funds to prepare for their further studies.
- Encourage academic staff to be promoted in terms of their academic ranks by providing help and necessary facilities, as well as to co-determine their career path.
- Encourage administrative staff to develop their skills according to their fields of work by supporting them to constantly have training that increase their knowledge as well as English competency.

Faculty of Humanities, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok Province, Thailand 65000

Tel +66-5596-2008, +66-5596-2047 Fax +66-5596-2000

E-mail : humanadmission@nu.ac.th, Website: http://www.human.nu.ac.th, Facebook : Faculty of Humanities NU

Last Updated: 23/03/2559