King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) has actively engaged in advancing Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5, which focuses on achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls. Their efforts encompass a range of initiatives aimed at promoting gender parity within their academic and administrative frameworks. This includes implementing policies that ensure equal opportunities for women in academic and leadership roles, as well as fostering an inclusive campus culture that supports the rights and aspirations of female students and staff. KMUTT’s commitment to this goal is also reflected in their curriculum and research programs, which often emphasize gender-related studies and projects, thereby contributing to broader societal awareness and progress towards gender equality.

5.3 STUDENT ACCESS MEASURES

1. Systematically measure/track women’s application rate, and acceptance/entry rate

2. A policy addressing women’s applications, acceptance/entry, and participation

3. Provide women’s access schemes

4. Encourage applications by women in subjects where they are underrepresented

5.6 WOMEN’S PROGRESS MEASURES

1. Related information on our university as a body having a policy of non-discrimination against women.

2. Related information on our university as a body having a policy of non-discrimination for transgender people.

3. Related information on our university as a body having a maternity and paternity policies that support women’s participation.

4. Related information on our university as a body on prioritizing purchase of products from local, sustainable sources.

5. Related information on our university as a body having accessible childcare facilities for students which allow recent mothers to attend university courses

6. Related information on our university as a body having women’s mentoring schemes, in which at least 10% of female students participate.

7. Related information on our university as a body having measurement/tracking of women’s likelihood of graduating compared to men’s, and schemes in place to close any gap.

8. Related information on our university as a body having a policy that protects those reporting discrimination from educational or employment disadvantage.