Supporting AIT

Partnership with AIT Alumni

As of December 2018, AIT has graduated 23,933 young professionals from 102 countries and territories.

In order to maintain and strengthen the existing partnership between the Institute and its alumni, the Office of Advancement and Alumni Affairs (OAAA) has taken greater scope/responsibilities with a view of proactive efforts to work with the AIT Alumni Association (AIT AA) Mother Chapter and its 25 National Chapters and Alumni at large to jointly promote AIT’s academic programs as well as launch new initiatives that will contribute to the long term viability/sustainability on the Institute.

For official communication channel of AIT to its alumni body, Alumni Affairs has also maintained a mailing list with almost 15,000 active e-mail addresses of alumni.

Internships for AIT students

Internships provide an excellent opportunity for students to apply their knowledge in real world environments and at the same time develops skills that help them perform well in their future jobs.  It is also a great way to network and teaches soft skills that employers are increasingly looking for.” – Professor Said Irandoust, President, Asian Institute of Technology.

As alumni you can nurture talent and create opportunities for the current AIT student, our future alumni, by becoming their mentor and/or giving them a chance to learn from yourselves or to have internships at your company/organization. This is a winwin situation between your organizations and AIT students. And the OAAA serves as a bridge between AIT students and your company/organization by establishing and enriching this alliance.

INTERNSHIP PERIODS: Generally, there are 2 internship periods when students would be available for internship opportunities: 1st Period: Mid Dec to Mid Jan and 2nd Period: Mid May to Mid August. However, in some cases students would be able to intern during their 3rd semester for a project or research work, and the internship period could be agreed upon between the students and your company/organization.

Student-workers and Contractual Internships: In addition to the conventional internships, which could be part of the students study requirements, some students, especially those do not receive full scholarships, are willing to work during a semester break as student-workers to earn extra income to support their study at AIT. If your company/organization needs such service of AIT students just let us know. And if your company/organization requires a long term commitment from AIT in providing a required number of students and/or specific expertise, the OAAA could also serve as a bridge between your company/organization and the AIT respective department/School.

THE AREAS OF EXPERTISE: The following are the areas of expertise, but not limited to, which AIT students could contribute to your company/organization during their internships:

–    Student from School of Engineering and Technology (SET):

  • Computer Science
  • Nano Technology
  • Information Management
  • Mechatronics
  • Microelectronics
  • Telecommunications
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
  • Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management
  • Geotechnical and Geo Environmental Engineering
  • Geo System Exploration and Petroleum Geo Engineering
  • Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management
  • Structural Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Water Engineering Management
  • Offshore Technology Management

–    Students from School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD):

  • Agricultural Systems and Engineering
  • Energy
  • Gender, Transportation and Development
  • Regional and Rural Development Planning
  • Environmental Engineering Management
  • Integrated Tropical Coastal Zone Management
  • Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management
  • Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology
  • Pulp and Paper Technology
  • Gender and Development Studies
  • Natural Resources Management
  • Urban Environmental Management
  • Agribusiness Management
  • Cleaner Production

    Students from School of Management (SOM):

  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Technology Management
  • Public Management
  • Strategy
  • International Management

What does your company/organization need to provide?

The Internship Program is structured on a mutual understanding between your company/organization and students. The OAAA and Student Office at AIT would be able to assist your company/organization and students in further clarifications through the general guidelines that need to be considered.

   REMUNERATION: Generally, students should take care of their transportation and food, however; it is solely up to your company/organization whether to give an additional income and/or daily allowance to the students.

   EVALUATON PROCESS: At completion of an internship your company/organization would be required to fill out an evaluation form that would be provided by the student through the AIT respective department/School.

   CERTIFICATION AT COMPLETION: The AIT would be highly grateful to your company/organization for providing the intern with a certificate of recognition for his/her internship period.

For more information, please contact:

Office of Advancement and Alumni Affairs (OAAA)

Tel: + 66 (2) 524-6302 Fax: +66 (2) 524-6311