The AIT in Thailand is providing potential candidates of their Master's and Doctoral programs with an opportunity to receive significant academic scholarships. These scholarships, known as the no-bond AIT Scholarships, are available for a large number of postgraduate programs offered at the AIT School of Engineering and Technology, School of Environment, Resources and Development, and School of Management. AIT, as Asia's premier international institute for higher education, aims to enhance the number of competent global scientists, engineers, and managers who can contribute to meeting the future needs of the rising Asian Economic Community and other regions.
The Asian Institute of Technology Scholarships 2023-24, Thailand. is available to undertake Masters, PhD level programs at Asian Institute of Technology.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Natural Resource Management
AIT Scholarships is a form of financial aid that provides an opportunity for admissible students from all over the world to study together at AIT. It helps subsidize part of the study cost by covering full, or a portion of, tuition for qualified students while the students are responsible for the rest of the tuition, the registration fees (20,000 Baht per semester to maintain student status) and the living expenses (around 11,500‐15,000 Baht per month). Each school has its Selection Committee. The Selection Committee will propose the value of AIT Scholarships grant for each applicant (if eligible) for approval by the School Dean. This AIT Scholarships grant can only be given once before the enrollment and cannot be changed over the entire study period.
This scholarship is open to international students of all nationalities.
Meeting AIT’s English Proficiency Requirement (i.e. IELTS-Academic or AIT EET score of 5.0 or above for Master’s and 5.5 for Doctoral program);
Having a four‐year Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university;
Having a master’s degree from a recognized university for Ph.D. applicants and should have a Cumulative GPA of 3.50 in their Master’s degree and 2.75 in their undergraduate program from top universities.