30 June 2019



(Partially Funded)


Gender and Fisheries Scholarship at AIT (GAFS-AIT scholarship)

The Asian Institute of Technology is offering Gender and Fisheries Scholarship at AIT (GAFS-AIT Scholarship) to the qualified undergraduate students with excellent achievements.

Two partial funding opportunities are available for the candidates of any nationality to pursuing a master’s degree in Gender and Fisheries under the School of Environment, Resources, and Development (SERD).

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As an international institution for higher education in Thailand, Asian Institute of Technology specializes in engineering, advanced technologies, sustainable development, and management and planning. It is a leading regional postgraduate institution.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management.
  • Gender and Development Studies.

Required Languages


Eligible Countries


Program Period

10 months.

Starts in August 2019.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • Have a high proficiency in English as required by AI.
  • Have a good education record in a bachelor’s degree.
  • Fulfill the general eligibility criteria for AIT (see

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • This scholarship cover tuition fees for 15 credits as GAFS-AIT (Gender and Fisheries Section of Asian Fisheries Society and Asian Institute of Technology) scholarship.(Exceptional candidates may get additional fellowship credits from AIT.)
  • Registration fee, accommodation, insurance and living expenses are to be covered by the candidate themselves.

How to Apply

First Step: You need to create an account here

Second Step: Fill the online form by your personal informations ,academic qualifications , english language proficiency .. etc  here

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This Scholarship Published by:
Wiem SOUAI/ Tunisia

Reviewed by” Shaimaa Abdelmoneim/ Egypt 
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