Sida-AIT Scholarships

Sida Scholarships for Students from Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam in 2004 to 2007

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), as part of their longstanding partnership, have entered into a new cooperation agreement for capacity building for sustainable development through higher education and training in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam for the period 2004-2007. Under the corporation agreement, 136 scholarships will be provided for master's degree studies at AIT.
The Sida-AIT development cooperation aims to strengthen the capability of institutions in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam to address issues related to poverty alleviation, environmentally sustainable natural resource management through higher education and training of relevant personnel. The programme is a partnership between Sida and AIT to strengthen national and institutional capabilities in the Sida programme countries of Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam. Through an integrated approach of postgraduate education, training, research, outreach activities and networking, the Programme aims to supplement the Swedish development goal in the region.

Capacity building is a primary consideration of Swedish development cooperation with a focus on strengthening and developing the recipient countries' own capacity to analyse and manage their own socio-economic and environmental problems.

SIDA Scholarship in 2004-2007

During the years 2004-2007, 136 scholarships will be offered to students from Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam for master's degree study at AIT. Increased emphasis will be given to the nationals of Cambodia and Lao PDR while the offerings are made. The scholarships will be offered in the regular or flexible master's degree programs in the areas of natural resources management, environment including urban planning, urban infrastructure, waste management, energy with focus on electric power system management and alternative energy, and executive-MBA (human resources management). Six scholarships will be reserved annually for the staff of the Mekong River Commission (MRC).

Applicants should be from government agencies and state-owned enterprises as well as universities and research institutions. Only candidates who have qualified for admission to AIT are eligible to be considered for the Sida scholarships and those whose English language or academic background needs further improvement will be provided with Bridging support to prepare them for the master's study at AIT.
Entry Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the Master's degree, a candidate must hold a Bachelor's degree (normally of a four-year program) or its equivalent in an appropriate field of study from an institution of recognized standing and have undergraduate grades above average. Admission to the Doctoral degree will require completion of the Master's and Bachelor's degrees.

Academic program enquiries and request for application forms can be addressed to the Admissions and Scholarships Office.

Admissions and Scholarships Asian Institute of Technology
P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120, THAILAND
Phone: (662) 5245031-33
Fax: (662) 5246326



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