RTG Fellowships for Thai Nationals

General Press Releases Friday November 18, 2016 15:46
Bangkok--18 Nov--Asian Institute of Technology
The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Thailand is offering generous academic fellowships to Thai students to pursue Master's and Doctoral degree programs at its pristine campus.

It is the vision of the Royal Thai Government (RTG) to prepare the country and its people for the emerging ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Through its no-bond RTG Fellowships at AIT, it seeks to prepare its engineers, scientists and managers to become global citizens and emerge as key drivers of Thailand's international competitiveness. Recently granted 5-Star Rating by QS for its internationality, teaching and facilities, AIT invites applicants to postgraduate programs in its three schools - School of Engineering and Technology (SET); School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD); and School of Management (SOM).

Deadline: 21 December 2016
Eligibility Requirements
• Thai nationals only.
• English proficiency: Please consult the Admissions Website http://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/Current_Scholarships/#.WC6r7X33aUk
• Four-year Bachelor's degree from a recognized university is required.
• MBA applicants require an additional one-year relevant work experience.
RTG Fellowships for Master Degree
100 % Fellowship: 752,000 Baht (covers entire study cost of 4 semesters). Requirement: GPA ≥ 3.00 (from top universities*). GPA ≥ 3.50 (other universities)
75% Fellowship: 564,000 Baht (covers 3 semesters, student pays remainder 188,000 baht as one semester cost). Requirement: GPA ≥2.75 (from top universities*) GPA ≥ 3.00 (other universities)
50% Fellowship: 376,000 Baht (covers 2 semesters, student pays same amount for 2 semesters). Requirement: GPA ≥ 2.75 (other universities)
(*) Top 1,000 universities ranked by QS World University Rankings are rated as Top Universities
RTG Fellowships for Doctoral Degree
Applicants should have a Cumulative GPA of 3.50 in their Master's degree and 2.75 in their undergraduate program from top universities*(3.00 for other universities).
Please note:
1. Fellowships cover tuition and registration fee, but do not cover accommodation fees or living expenses.
2. The final decision of grant of RTG Fellowships rest with the Selection Committee.
For more information please visit the Admissions Website:
http://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/Current_Scholarships/#.WC6r7X33aUk
Application
Interested applicants may apply here
http://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/application.html#.WC6ubU3-KUk
Contact Details:
For Admissions: Contact the AIT Admissions Office at Tel: 02-524 5032, 02-524 5033 Email admissions@ait.asia
For RTG Fellowships: Contact Ms. Kanchana: Tel. 02-524-6119, Ms. Wilailak, Tel. 02-524-5023, Email to rtg@ait.asia

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