Thai students' English-language skills rank 42nd out of 44 those of countries surveyed, at least three other member countries of Asean, according to a recent survey by Education First (EF), an international language school

  1. Norway 69.09 Very High Proficiency
  2. Netherlands 67.93 very-highNetherlands
  3. Denmark 66.58 Very High Proficiency
  4. Sweden 66.26 Very High Proficiency
  5. Finland 61.25 Very High Proficiency
  6. Austria 58.58 High Proficiency
  7. Belgium 57.23 High Proficiency
  8. Germany 56.64 High Proficiency
  9. Malaysia 55.54 High Proficiency
  10. Poland 54.62 Moderate Proficiency
  11. Switzerland 54.60 Moderate Proficiency
  12. Hong Kong 54.44 Moderate Proficiency
  13. South Korea 54.19 Moderate Proficiency
  14. Japan 54.17 Moderate Proficiency
  15. Portugal 53.62 Moderate Proficiency
  16. Argentina 53.49 Moderate Proficiency
  17. France 53.16 Moderate Proficiency
  18. Mexico 51.48 Moderate Proficiency
  19. Czech Republic 51.31 Moderate Proficiency
  20. Hungary 50.80 Moderate Proficiency
  21. Slovakia 50.64 Moderate Proficiency
  22. Costa Rica 49.15 Low Proficiency
  23. Italy 49.05 Low Proficiency
  24. Spain 49.01 Low Proficiency
  25. Taiwan 48.93 Low Proficiency
  26. Saudi Arabia 48.05 Low Proficiency
  27. Guatemala 47.80 Low Proficiency
  28. El Salvador 47.65 Low Proficiency
  29. China 47.62 Low Proficiency
  30. India 47.35 Low Proficiency
  31. Brazil 47.27 Low Proficiency
  32. Russia 45.79 Low Proficiency
  33. Dominican Republic 44.91 Very Low Proficiency
  34. Indonesia 44.78 Very Low Proficiency
  35. Peru 44.71 Very Low Proficiency
  36. Chile 44.63 Very Low Proficiency
  37. Ecuador 44.54 Very Low Proficiency
  38. Venezuela 44.43 Very Low Proficiency
  39. Vietnam 44.32 Very Low Proficiency
  40. Panama 43.62 Very Low Proficiency
  41. Colombia 42.77 Very Low Proficiency
  42. Thailand 39.41 Very Low Proficiency
  43. Turkey 37.66 Very Low Proficiency
  44. Kazakhstan 31.74 Very Low Proficiency