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Scholarships

Everything you need to know about funding and scholarships.

KMUTT supports both internal and external scholarships for students; in terms of study and research. The internal scholarships were such as:

Promoting the students with distinguished academic capabilities.

It aims to support students who have potential and capability. The scholarship will grant within the study period specified in the curriculumand under indicated conditions. However, for students to be granted the scholarship, they have to gain a GXPAX. score of at least 2.75, 3.25 and 3.50 for bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree, respectively, or attain ‘S’ for those who plan to conduct research only.

Promoting the students with special skills
It aims to support students who have special skills such as athletes, performers, active in activities, award winners, etc. The students to be granted the scholarship have to gain a G.PAX. score of at least 2.00 during study. In addition, they have to present their special skills achievement once a year.

KMUTT provides approximately 270 scholarships a year. Faculty / Department/ Division or School will be responsible for selecting candidates.

Contact : The Scholarship Section, Tel: (66) 2470-8098




Since the academic year 2002, KMUTT has provided scholarships to staff and students of Thailand’s neighboring countries to further study in graduate level. Each year, 5 students will be granted the scholarship within the study period specified in the curriculum and under indicated conditions, which means 2 and 3 years for a master’s degree and a doctoral degree, respectively. The scholarship value at 226,000 Baht a year. The students are waived to pay for tuition fee, credit fee and insurance fee, within indicated study period, but the travel and living expenses are to be borne by the students themselves.

Contact : The Scholarship Section, Tel: (66) 2470-8098




To express our gratitude and obligation to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhon for her contribution towards education in Thailand and neighboring countries, the university on the occasion of KMUTT Golden Jubilee has announced the Multi – Intellectuals Scholarship grant for students pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree and doctoral degree from ASEAN countries: Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippine, Brunei, Vietnam, Lao PDR., Myanmar, and Cambodia, . Twenty scholarships granted for each degree until graduation (as per curriculum requirements).

Contact : The Scholarship Section, Tel: (66) 2470-8098



This program aims to provide scholarships for graduate students, as well as to help KMUTT Departments/ Divisions develop their instruction and research.

Duties of the Teaching Assistant are to examine assignments and reports, to revise lecture, to assist in the laboratory or workshops, and to conduct other assigned tasks. The duties of the Research Assistant are to assist the research conducted by lecturers / researchers, with a workload of 10 hours per week, and to present reports as specified by KMUTT staff.

Remuneration for the TA and RA is about 3,000 – 5,000 Baht per month, depending on the number of workdays. The Faculty / Department/ Division will be responsible for selecting the candidates.

Contact : Such host faculties/ schools


There are also other internal scholarships such as the Government Loan Scholarships, the KMUTT Loan Scholarships, the Non-Binding Scholarships, the Project Scholarships, etc., in total of at least 7,000 scholarships.

In addition, KMUTT cooperates with many organizations providing external scholarships as follows :

  • The Computer Communication Education Foundation Scholarship
  • The Royal Bangkok Sports Club Scholarship
  • The Shell Centennial Education Fund
  • Instructors Development in the Field of Information
  • The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology Scholarship for  Promoting Graduate Research
  • The Chin Sophonpanich Foundation (Scholarship in Environment Field)
  • The Scholarship for Promoting Research granted by the Energy Policy and Planning Office
  • The Royal Golden Jubilee Ph.D. Program Scholarship