The Government of Japan scholarships are available at Asian Institute of Thailand (AIT) for pursuing the doctorate degree in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (RS&GIS) at the School of Engineering and Technology (SET).
AIT, as we know, is very popular institution around the globe. It has a long history of disseminating education in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Science technologies. The Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems (RS&GIS) program was started in 1990. Since then, Master and Doctoral degrees in Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) are being offered under this program.
This scholarship is specifically available for students from developing countries. The list of 3 priority countries are as follow.
First priority: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, and Malaysia.
Second priority: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Timor-Leste
Third priority: India, Mongolia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Tuition and registration fees (maximum 6 semesters)
Bursary and accommodation costs
Student Union fee
One round-trip international air travel-economy class (for non-Thai applicants)
Application deadline: 31 March 2018
How to Apply:
Please read full details (eligibility, deadline etc) on AIT scholarship web pages: https://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/scholarships/japanese-government-scholarships/
In addition, you may have a look at the faculty of RS-GIS program at AIT: http://www.rsgis.ait.ac.th/main/people/people-faculty/. Remember that it is always good for Ph.D. to contact faculty members.
Further, I would like to highlight that numerous other scholarships are also available at AIT for MS students as well. The complete list of scholarships is given here: https://www.ait.ac.th/admissions/scholarships/
Moreover, if you have any questions or want to add your knowledge about scholarships at AIT, please comment.