AIT signs agreement with Siam University to offer Unified Bachelor Master degree programs

General Press Releases Monday November 13, 2017 14:15
Bangkok--13 Nov--Asian Institute of Technology

The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) has signed an agreement with Siam University to offer a Unified Bachelor Master degree program in Civil Engineering and Information Technology. The Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) was signed by Dr Pornchai Mongkhonvanit (4th from left), President, Siam University, and AIT President Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai (5th from left) on 9 November 2017.

President of Siam University, Dr Pornchai commended the ""long and prestigious history of AIT"" in advancing the cause of education, and added that it was an honor and pleasure to be associated with AIT in offering academic programs. ""This international program should attract students from all over,"" Dr Pornchai said. He described the program as a good opportunity where both AIT and Siam University can combine their respective strengths.

President Worsak stressed that this offering should be an elite program, stating that only those students who secure excellent scores will be eligible to pursue this stream. Prof. Nitin Kumar Tripathi, Director, Special Degree Programs, AIT, mentioned that Thailand has a potential to emerge as an educational hub and that this program can help in attracting international students to Thailand.

The Unified program will cover two streams - civil engineering and information technology, and the intake would be restricted to 30 students each.

Attending the event were Dr. Pornchai Mongkhonvanit, President, Siam University; Prof. Dhirayos Wittsuwannakul, Assistant President for Research; Dr. Wichian Premchaiswad, Dean, Graduate School of Information Technology; Dr. Duminda Jayaranjan, Lecturer, International College; Dr. Dechanuchit Katanyutaveetip, Advisor to the Management Board; and Dr. Pheerawant Placoen, Lecturer, Civil Engineering Department.

AIT was represented by President Worsak; Prof. Kazuo Yamamoto, Vice President for Administration; Prof. Voratas Kachitvichyanukul, Dean, School of Engineering and Technology (SET); Prof. Nitin Kumar Tripathi, Director, SDP, Dr. Matthew Dailey, Head , Department of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), SET' and Ms. Wannapa Pliansri, Consultant, Office of President.


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