Doctor of Philosophy (Organization Development)

Appreciating and celebrating what we have, creating endless possibilities and building on potentials are processes of positive change in Organization Development and Transformation (ODT). The program is developed for upcoming/already graduates of bachelor / master in any eld and for those who have interests in engaging in consulting, coaching and facilitating change initiatives in individuals, groups/team, organizations, family business of second/third generations and/or social /community work, through strategies /approaches in OD, HRD, HRM, Change Management and related elds.


  1. Master’s Degree in Organization Development, Business Administration, Management or any related fields from the institution accredited by the Ministry of Education Thailand.

  2. GPA of at least 3.50 on a scale of 4.00 or equivalent.

  3. Minimum five years of work experience in their own fields of specialization or industry.

  4. A complete document that articulates statement of purpose which are reasons for attending the doctoral program.

  5. English Proficiency Test and Interview Entrance Examination


  1. A completed application form

  2. Official transcript of the previous university attended both of Bachelor and Master (1 copy)

  3. Bachelor's Degree Certificate (1 copy)

  4. Master's Degree Certificate (1 copy)

  5. Citizen identification card and house registration for Thai Applicants (1 copy)

  6. Passport for Non-Thai applicants (1 copy)

  7. Three (1x1.5 inches) photographs (formal attire, not in graduation gown)

  8. Letter of recommendation from former instructors or employers at the time of the application (2 letters)

Note: All documents must be endorsed with signature and submitted in person within the last day application period. Otherwise, the application will not be considered and the applicant will not be allowed for the Admission interview.


Huamak Campus

Ramkhamhaeng 24 Road

  • Thursday (06.30 p.m. - 09.30 p.m.)

  • Friday (06.30 p.m. - 09.30 p.m.)

  • Saturday and Sunday (09:00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m.)