President of Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Numyoot Songthanapitak, reveals that 87.04 per cent of RMUTT graduates have found employment within eight months of graduating from the university. The other 12.96 per cent are still looking for employment.
Graduates from the Faculty of Architecture has the highest employment rate, at 96.53 per cent, followed by Faculty of Liberal Arts (92.82 per cent), Faculty of Science and Technology (89.71 per cent), Faculty of Engineering (88.19 per cent), Faculty of Agricultural Technology (87.13 per cent), Thai Traditional Medicine College (87.06 per cent), Faculty of Business Administration (86.92 per cent), Faculty of Mass Communication Technology (86.54 per cent), Faculty of Technical Education (84.39 per cent), Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts (83.04 per cent), and Faculty of Home Economics Technology (77.48 per cent).
Most graduates spent one to three months searching for employment, and 37.78 per cent found employment immediately after graduating from university, while 19.09 per cent spent four to six months. “In general, the number of graduates who have found employment has increased across the board, which means that the university has succeeded in producing graduates who match the needs of the jobs market,” Dr. Numyoot says. “We will continue to monitor the progress of our graduates, so that we can maintain contact with our alumni,” he says, adding that it is part of the university’s effort to foster stronger relations with its alumni.