Ramkhamhaeng University (RU) (Thai: มหาวิทยาลัยรามคำแหง) is Thailand's largest public university. It was named in honour of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great of Sukhothai. The university provides an effective and economical way to meet public demand for higher education.
|Motto||As a candle gives light, Ramkhamhaeng guides your way|
|Type||Public, open university|
|Budget||1,179 million baht (FY2019)|
|President||Associate Professor Wuttisak Larbchareonsub|
|Colors||Blue and Gold|
Ramkhamhaeng University has two major campuses, both in Bangkok. Freshman classes are held at Bang Na campus in Phra Khanong District. Most others classes are conducted at the main campus at Hua Mak, Bang Kapi District. Approximately 435,000 students attend the university, 400,000 undergraduates and 35,000 graduate students. Tuition fees are in the range of 7,155–8,880 baht per academic year. The university's budget allocation from the central government for FY2019 is 1,179 million baht, down from FY2018.
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