Update 23 March 2020
Referring to the announcement from the University, you should refrain from going outside of your residence, going to public places, or engaging in social contact with other people. This is extremely important if we are to limit the spread of this virus.
Sasin’s work will continue for everyone as we are all just working from home instead of working from Sasin from 23 March until 12 April.
If you have any concerns that you might have symptoms of COVID-19, please seek immediate medical attention (you can register for screening here
) and contact Student Services/ HR
for further advice.
Attention Sasin Students:
Chulalongkorn University announced on March 16, 2020 that all classes must now go online effective immediately. We’ve been preparing for this eventuality so you can participate in your remaining classes this module. More details about the platform and how to login to your classes will be sent to you later today. If you have any additional questions, please contact our Student Services team.
Please note the University’s requirements (summary as of March 13, 2020):
• Work or course-related travel for students, faculty, and staff to any of the designated areas at risk of COVID-19 infection is prohibited
until after May 31, 2020.
• Student or staff travel that has already been approved must be canceled
. Any authorized actual expenses incurred will be reimbursed.
• As of March 13, 2020, the list of prohibited areas now includes: China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, United States, Vietnam.
• Please avoid making any personal overseas trips,
especially to the areas listed above, between now and May 31, 2020. If you do travel outside the country, you must report your planned travel to your section head (in the case of faculty and staff) or to Student Services (in the case of Sasin students) before and after your trip.
• If you travel to, or transit through, any of the areas listed above before May 31, 2020
, you must report for screening and testing at Chulalongkorn University Health Center (Google Map Link)
(or an equivalent facility) within 3 days of returning, and before entering Sasin
. Results of testing must be reported to your section head or to Student Services.
You can register for screening online here.
• The section head or the supervising deputy director will review the results and decide whether the student or staff member should take a leave of absence. Where appropriate, permission shall be granted to the student or staff member to take a leave of absence
until their symptoms are fully treated or for 14 days from the date of their arrival in Thailand.
• Invitations to overseas guests to participate in academic activities, conferences, seminars
or any other activities concerning the University between now and May 31, 2020 are be cancelled or postponed
. Any authorized expenses actually incurred will be reimbursed.
• Section heads or the supervising deputy directors shall consider
cancelling or postponing any activities that involve a large number of people until 31 May 2020.
• “Non-compliance to this announcement or lawful orders of superiors in accordance with this announcement represents a breach or serious breach of discipline, as the case may be, and carries legal consequences.”
• Instructors should consider offering online instruction
as soon as possible either on a real-time basis or with pre-recorded materials.
• For each individual course with a hundred students or more, online instruction shall be provided
, starting from March 23, 2020 until the end of the course.
• “Where difficulty arises from implementing the guidelines under this announcement, the relevant dean or section head shall have the discretion to resolve the situation as appropriate.
Chulalongkorn University Announcements regarding COVID-19