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SET. School of Engineering and Technology. Welcome. About AIT. AIT Mission: To develop highly qualified and committed professionals who play leading roles in the region’s sustainable development and its integration into the global economy.

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SET

School of Engineering and Technology

Welcome

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About AIT

AIT Mission:

To develop highly qualified and committed professionals who play leading roles in the region’s sustainable development and its integration into the global economy.

1989 Ramon Magsaysay Award for International Understanding

... for shaping a new generation of engineers and managers committed to Asia, in an atmosphere of academic excellence and regional camaraderie.

  • Over 2,000 students from 50+ countries/territories
  • About 14,000 alumni from 74 countries/territories
  • Over 20,000 short-term trainees from 70+ countries/territories
  • 120 full-time faculty members from 25+ countries
  • Over 1,000 research and support staff from 30 countries
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SET Core values

Excellence in teaching / learning: Enhance the teaching effectiveness with full participation of students in the learning process.

Excellence in research: Support faculty members to reach their highest potential in research in partnership with the related industries.

Quality assurance: Establish the quality assurance system of all academic activities.

Unity in diversity: Dedicate itself to the value of diversity among individuals and encourage individual growth through nurturance, service and fairness.

Culture of collaboration: Value the synergy that results from collaboration, which enhances the learning, discovery and engagement mission of the school.

Transparence of administration: Enhance the participation of faculty and staff in the decision-making process of the school.

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SET Mission & Vision

Mission

to develop highly qualified engineers and technologists who play leading roles in promoting the region’s industrial competitiveness in its integration into the global economy.

Vision

to become a unique and prestigious multicultural hub of higher learning in engineering and technology, offering state-of the-art multidisciplinary programs and cutting edge research in partnership with the industries for sustainable growth of the region.

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5i’ s of Graduates

5 DIMENSIONS OF

OUR FUTURE GRADUATES (5i)

INFORMATION

TECHNOLOGY

INTERNATIONAL

PERSPECTIVE

INNOVATION

INDUSTRIAL

PARTNERSHIP

INTEGRATION

differentiation our graduates vs others

SET Graduates

Differentiation Our Graduates vs. Others

  • Our graduates are educated to:
  • see the world as a whole
  • connect to the real world
  • communicate ideas well to diverse groups
  • recognize social/economic/political context

of engineering practice.

  • develop self motivation for life-long learning
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SET: The thematic areas

SET

School of Engineering and Technology

  • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
  • INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING GROUP
  • CIVIL & INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING GROUP
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SET: Fields of Study

  • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
  • Information and communications reflect the essential importance of access, connectivity and sharing. This collaboration on the creation of relevant knowledge provides economic opportunity and empowerment for all peoples of the region.
  • Computer Science (CS)
  • Information Management (IM)
  • Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (RS-GIS)
  • Telecommunications (TC)
  • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
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SET: Fields of Study

  • INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING GROUP
  • For several decades, AIT has served the development of the region by equipping young engineers with high-tech knowledge required for working in a complex industrial environment. Since its inception, the Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) program at AIT has contributed to this mission by focusing on industrial competitiveness and innovation for sustainable growth of the region. ISE program acts as an umbrella for four fields of study:
  • Design and Manufacturing Engineering (DME)
  • Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM)
  • Mechatronics (MEC)
  • Microelectronics (MIC)
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SET: Fields of Study

  • CIVIL & INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING GROUP
  • Since the start of AIT, civil engineering fields have acted as a catalyst in advancing modern methodologies, emerging technologies and innovative materials for the design and construction of safe and economical infrastructure in the region.
  • Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management (CEIM)
  • Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering (GTE)
  • Structural Engineering (STE)
  • Transportation Engineering (TE)
  • Water Engineering and Management (WEM)
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SET: Interdisciplinary Programs

INTERDISCIPLINARY

PROGRAMS

INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING GROUP

CIVIL AND INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP

SET

ISE

CIG

SERD

SOM

School of

Environment and

Resources Development

School of

Management

ICG

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

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SET: Interdisciplinary Areas

  • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
  • Geosystem Exploration and Petroleum Geoengineering (GEGP)
  • New strategic areas to be launched in 2006-2007:
  • Advanced and Nano Material Technologies (ANM)
  • Automotive Manufacturing Engineering (AME)
  • Disaster Engineering and Management (DEM)
  • Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)
  • Offshore Technology and Management (OTM)
  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics (SCL)
  • Technology Venture and Entrepreneurship (TVE)
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core FOS

AARM/ASE

EEM\UEM

MEC/MIC

DME/IEM

Energy

RS-GIS

partnered FOS

RRDP

CEIM

WEM

GTE

NRM

STE

MOT

TRE

TC

IB

GEPG (2004)

OTM (2006)

SCL (2007)

SET: Interdisciplinary Areas

Participating

Fields of Study 

SERD

SOM

SET

CSIM

SERD = School of

Environment and

Resources Development

AARM = Agriculture and

Aquatic Resources

Management

ASE = Agricultural Systems

and Engineering

EEM = Environmental

Engineering Management

UEM = Urban Engineering

Management

RRDP = Regional and Rural

Development Planning

NRM = Natural Resources

Management

SOM = School of

Management

MOT = Management of

Technology

IB = International Business

ICT (2003)

ANM (2007)

AME (2006)

Interdisciplinary Programs

DEM (2007)

IWRM (2007)

TVE (2007)

wide spectrum of activities through outreach centers

Wide spectrum of activities through outreach Centers

SET: Outreach Centers

Asian Center for Engineering Computations and Software (ACECOMS)

International Ferrocement Information Center (IFIC)

Regional Network Office for Urban Safety (RNUS)

Asian Center for Soil Improvement and Geosynthetics (ACSIG)

Asian Center for Transportation Studies (ACTS)

Thailand Accident Research Center (TARC)

AIT Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology (COEN)

Geoinformatic Center

Habitech Center

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Master Degree Programs

REGULAR 21.5 MONTHS M. ENG PROGRAM

1st. Semester

Coursework

12 credits

2nd. Semester

Coursework

12 credits

Inter-Semester

Institute-wide course

2 credits

3rd. Semester

Thesis

22 credits

4th. Semester

48 credits

Total Credits for Graduation

(currently under operation)

1-YEAR PROFESSIONAL M. ENG PROGRAM *

1st. Semester

Coursework

12 credits

2nd. Semester

Coursework

12 credits

Inter-Semester

Oversea Internship

8 credits

Total Credits for Graduation

32 credits

* (PME) For Interdisciplinary Topic-Based Programs

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SET Strengths

SET relies on its:

  • Strong disciplinary fields
  • Object-based multidisciplinary programs
  • Strong research presence in the region
  • Partners for joint /dual-degree programs
  • Outstanding faculty awards
  • Several innovation patents
  • Graduates where 1 in 2 pursues doctoral studies
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SET Learning Atmosphere

SET Lounge

Structural Engineering Laboratory

SET Computer Laboratory

ISE Building

Walkway in SET

SET Computer Laboratory

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Our Students

Our Satisfaction

Thank You

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Further information

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Asian Institute of Technology

P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang

Pathumthani 12120, Thailand

Telephone: +66-2-5246054

Facsimile: +66-2-5246432

E-mail: deanset@ait.ac.th

Web site: http://www.set.ait.ac.th