For applicants who are in need of financial aid, the following scholarships/fellowships are available.
Scholarships are awarded on very competitive bases. Each scholarship award covers full tuition and registration fees plus accommodation, and a bursary for living expenses in AIT’s residential campus, for the entire period of 22-24 months (four semesters) for the Master degree program and 41 Months (7 semesters) for the Doctoral degree program depending on the scholarship criteria.
Royal Thai Government Scholarships
Asian Development Bank - Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP)
WE Consultant Scholarships
Thai Pipe Scholarships
AIT-UNESCO-IHE programme: Joint Master's in Urban Water Engineering and Management (UWEM)
Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
Japanese Government Scholarships
BRIDGEX Scholarship for Structural Engineering
INDEX International Group Co. Ltd. Bonded Scholarship
China Scholarship Council
Korea Government Scholarships
Degree Certificate and Transcript of Undergraduate Degree and / or Master's Degree;
Two Letters of Recommendation (For doctoral applicants only);
English Proficiency Requirement: TOEFL (Computer based: 213) and IELTS: 6 (writing and overall) or equivalent;
An essay on your proposed research topic (For doctoral applicants only).
AIT Partial Scholarships / Fellowships
AIT partial scholarships are awarded to selected applicants depending on their qualifications and merit, and is very competitive. They cover a part (or full) of the credit fees (tuition) only. Applicants should find other sources to pay for registration fees, accommodation fees or living expenses.
AIT Partial Scholarship
An applicant must apply to only one of the academic programs leading to the degree of Master of Engineering, Master of Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration (Executive), Master in Agribusiness Management, Master in Energy Business, Professional Master, Doctor of Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy, and Doctor of Business Administration. No applicant is admitted to more than one academic program at a time.
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