Deadline

The AIT academic year consists of two semesters: January and August. The deadlines of applications for admissions and financial aid (Scholarships or Partial Scholarships) are as follows:

January Semester Intake

• 30 November is the deadline for applicants requiring educational visa
• 24 December is the deadline for applicants not requiring educational visa

March Term Intake (only for School of Management)

• 15 February is deadline for applicants requiring educational visa
• 25 February is the deadline for applicants not requiring educational visa

June Term Intake (only for School of Management)

• 15 May is the deadline for applicants requiring educational visa
• 25 May is the deadline for applicants not requiring educational visa

August Semester Intake

• 29 February is the deadline for HM King’s and Queen’s, and GMS scholarships
• 31 March is the deadline for other Full Scholarships (i.e. ADB-JSP, Kurita, Bangchak: Master and Doctoral and others.
• 10 June is the deadline for Partial Scholarships including RTG Fellowships.
• 30 June is the deadline for applicants requiring educational visa
• 25 July is the deadline for applicants not requiring educational visa

October Term Intake (only for School of Management)

• 15 September is the deadline for applicants requiring educational visa
• 25 September is deadline for applicants not requiring educational visa

Note:
All applicants are requested to have Personal or Ordinary Passport (not the Official Passport or Diplomat Passport) when applying for "Educational Visa (ED)" from Thailand Embassy in your home country to study at AIT.
For applicants who require early offer of admission or those with visa and passport restrictions*, their applications must be submitted to AIT at least 3 months before the above deadlines.

*In case of incoming students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Mongolia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Middle and Central Asia Countries, and some African countries, the visa authorization letter will be issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of Thailand, not by AIT, and dispatched to the respective Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate via diplomatic channel. The visa authorization will normally be approved 2-3 weeks after issuance of the Certificate of Admission.