MEng/MSc in Water Engineering and Management from the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand and MSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Iowa (UI), USA
About the Program:
This program will prepare students for careers in hydrology and hydraulics by providing them with a strong foundation that includes both the theoretical and applied study of fluids. Students will receive the broad-based academic background needed for a career in engineering design, research, consulting, or academia. The AIT brings 60 years of regional experience in water education and research, complemented by the University of Iowa’s century of global leadership in fluids-related teaching and research, including experimentation (both laboratory and field-scale) and mathematical modeling.
- Students are awarded two degrees in two years from prestigious and world-renowned universities. A degree of MEng/MSc in Water Engineering and Management from the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand and MSc in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Iowa, USA.
- Students have opportunities of networking with students, researchers, and faculty from more than 50 countries during their study at AIT and UI.
- Students acquire knowledge and skills from a unique curriculum offered by two institutes such as laboratory and field-scale experimentation, and in mathematical modeling with high-speed computer facilities.
- Students have the opportunity to work jointly with AIT and UI faculty members for their research study.
- Hold a bachelor’s degree (normally from a four-year program), or its equivalent
- The minimum undergraduate GPA requirement for admission to the master’s program is 3.0 or equivalent
- AIT: IELTS-Academic: 6 (writing 6)
TOEFL Paper: 550 (writing 59-61)
TOELF CBT: 213 (writing 25-26)
TOEFL IBT: 80 (writing 21-23)
- UI: TOEFL IBT: 81
IELTS: total score of 7.0 (no sub-score less than 6.0)
- Students satisfying the AIT requirement can be admitted to the program; however, to continue to Phase 2, students must achieve the UI scores for the English proficiency while at AIT.
- Two letters of recommendation
- GRE: 301 (verbal + quantitative) Students without GRE can also be admitted to the program; however, to continue to Phase 2, they must achieve the required GRE score while at AIT.
Interested candidates should apply for admission at AIT, which can be done online on the website: www.ait.ac.th/admissions
The application deadline for AIT is 30 May for the following August.
Students need to submit their application for admission to UI during their first year at AIT. Online application for the Civil & Environmental Engineering program at UI can be found on the website: https://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/future-students/graduate-studies/line-application
Application deadline for UI is 28 February.
Students need to submit their application for admission to UI by February 28 during their year of studies at AIT. The selected candidates will receive an admission letter from UI during their first year at AIT.
|AIT (first year):|
|Tuition Fee: U.S. $19,200|
|Registration Fee: U.S. $1,333|
|Living Costs & Other: U.S. $5,000|
|UI (second year):|
|Tuition Fee: U.S. $30,900|
|Living Cost & Other: U.S. $15,000|
Note: Does not include international and local travel expenses.