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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 15-point font Angsana UPC/New ; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end and Up to 15 pages.

Format for Manuscript Preparation (Download)

           The manuscript must be prepared in A4 size paper and set margins to 2.5 cm top, 2.5 cm bottom, 3 cm left, and 2 cm right. Font throughout should be Angsana UPC/New for Thai article and Time New Roman for English article. The length should not be more than 15 pages.


Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation


            Both Thai and English title are required and center-aligned. English title should be capitalized. Thai title should use 22-point bold type. English title should use 16-point bold type.


            The name(s) of all author(s) should be in both Thai and English language, centered, set 15-point type for Thai article and 12-point type for English article. A number superscript should be indicated immediately after the author's name. The author’s affiliation should be presented in footnote that match the author number on the same page. Corresponding author should be marked the asterisk (*) after the number. Email and telephone number of the corresponding author should be identified using 12-point type for Thai article and 10-point type for English article.


            The abstract should include introduction, research method, conclusion, and discussion, respectively. It should not be more than 300 words. The heading should be 18-point bold type for Thai article and 14-point bold type for English article. The content should be 15-point type for Thai article and 12-point type for English article.


            Both Thai and English language are required. Keywords should be related to your article and between 3-5 words. It should be placed under the abstract. Thai article should be 15-point type. English article should be 12-point type.


            The content includes Introduction, Research Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, and References. Thai article should be 15-point type. English article should be 12-point type. The heading should be 18-point bold type for Thai article and 14-point bold type for English article. The sub-heading should be 15-point type for Thai article and 12-point type for English article.

            Figure(s) and Table(s)

            Figures and tables should be bold, e.g. Table 1 and Figure 1. The description should be 15-point type for Thai article and 12-point type for English article. The size of the figures and the tables should be proper. It should be presented appropriately for publication. The figures must be submitted as separate image files.


            All references mentioned must be cited in the text using the name-year system. All Thai references must be translated into English and include ‘in Thai’ in parentheses at the end of that reference, after the punctuation, with a space before the parenthesis.


Neamchuchuen, T., Niramol, K. and Topithak, K. 2019. Developing a Set of Videos to

Promote College of Hospitality and Tourism. Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya Research Journal 11(2): 324-337. (in Thai)



1.1 In-text Citation

      1.1.1 Single author (Sano, 1987)

      1.1.2 Two authors (Smith and Hardy, 1953)

      1.1.3 More than two authors (Ikejima et al., 1959)

      1.1.4 Multiple references (Sano, 1987; Kon and Kurokura, 1990; Rooster, 2000)

1.2 Reference Citation


Author, A. Year. Title of article. Title of journal (full name) volume number (issue number): inclusive page numbers.

Gensemer, R.W. 1991. The effects of pH and aluminum on the growth of the acidoplilic diatom Asterionella ralfsii var. americana. Limnology and Oceanography 36(1): 123-131.

Prapainop, R. and Maneeratana, K. 2004.  Simulation of ice formation by the finite volume method. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology 26(1): 55-70.

Sultana, N., Kasem, M.A., Hossain, M.D. and Alam, M.S. 1998.  Biochemical changes of some promising lines of Yard Long Bean due to the infection of Yellow Mosaic virus. Thai Journal of Agricultural Science 31(3): 322-327.

Katayama, S.  2002. Coexistence of resident and anadromous pond smelt, Hypomesus nipponensis, in Lake Ogawa. Fisheries Science 68(Suppl. I): 33-44.


One Chapter in Book

Author, A.  Year.  Title of chapter, inclusive page numbers. In Editor, B., eds. Title of book.  Publisher, Place of publisher.

Jacobeer, L.F. and Rand, A.G.  1982.  Biochemical of seafood, pp. 347-365.  In Martin, R.E., Flick, G.J., Hebard, C.E. and Ward, D.R., eds.  Chemistry and Biochemistry of Marine Food Products.  AVI Inc, Westport. 


Conference/ Seminar

Author, A.  Year.  Title of paper, inclusive page numbers. In Editor, A., and Editor, B. Title of conference. Publisher (or conference organization), Place of publisher.

Henderson, S.  1978.  An evaluation of the filter feeding fishes, Silver and bighead Carp, for Water quality improvement, pp. 121-136.  In Smitherman, R.O., Shelton, W.L. and  Grover, J.H. eds.  Symposium on The Culture of Exotic Fishes.  American Fisheries Society, Auburn University, Alabana.



Author, A. Year. Tittle of thesis. Thesis type, Name of university.

Thongnunui, P. 2000. Identification and distribution of fish larvae in mangrove forest at Sikao district, Trang province. Master of Science (Marine Science). Chulalongkorn University.


Electronics Sources

Author, A. Year. Title of work (CD-ROM). Title of journal. Year (Issue): Inclusive page numbers, Abstract from: Title of source and number for searching

Preston, W.  1982.  Poetry ideas in teaching literature and writing to foreign student (CD-ROM). TESOL Quart.  16: 489-502 Abstract from: Dialog File: ERIT Item: EJ274529  



Author, A. Year. Title of content. Title of website. Available Source: URL, Retrieved month date, year.

Sillery, B. 1998.  Urban rainforest: An African jungle come to life on New York’s west side. Popular Science. Available Source: http://www.epnet.com/hostrial/hostrial/login.htm, March 27, 1998.


Guidelines for Submission

            The manuscript should be prepared in MS-Word format and PDF format. It should be submitted with figure files and submission form to RUTS Research Journal Editorial Board via online submission at https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rmutsvrj/index


Criteria for Publication

            All submissions will be considered by the Editorial Board prior a review process to ensure the manuscripts are properly prepared and formatted. Submissions not prepared according to the journal guidelines will be returned to the authors for revision. Those approved manuscripts will be sent to external reviewers for peer review. The author will be then informed whether the manuscript should be accepted, rejected, or revised. After publication, author of accepted articles will be notified.