Its me Mishkat ullah from India and proudly specify myself as an AIT alumni. As like every dreamer, I have also some dreams in my life which was achieved by the support of experienced faculty members of ISE (Mechatronics). As they share their global experience with us while in educational journey in AIT and build a strong structure of understanding the Industrial challenge as well as future demands. Their guidelines and teaching patterns are fully organized to cover up the demand of Multinational Organization as well as local industries. Without their guideline and teaching, I never ever able to reach up to here. So, AIT is not a place of just education, it’s a place where professor and faculty member trained us to make a productive Candidate to lead an Industrial development and bring change in the society.
“In 2017, I accomplished my master’s degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) from department of Industrial System Engineering (ISE), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).
Studying at the department of Industrial System Engineering (ISE) is a good foundation to enhance my knowledge and skills in analysis resulting to the optimization of current operational efforts (speed and efficiency); thus, creating business values, new business opportunities and customer focus.
I feel really lucky in this particular circumstance, words are never enough to express my deep gratitude to all my professors, faculty staffs, seniors and juniors in department of Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) for their kind guidance and help throughout my stay in Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).
Thank you for everything.”
I am from Sri Lanka and I obtained my Master’s degree (M. Eng.) in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) from the Department of Industrial System Engineering in 2018.
Studying at AIT for 4 years both as an Undergraduate student and Masters Student changed my Life. A special thanks should be given to my academic advisor Prof. Pisut Koomsap who helped me in conducting my Master’s Thesis successfully. After leaving AIT in 2018 I went back to my home country and got a job as an Lecturer in a State University in Sri Lanka. The things I learnt in ISE not only in academics but also through joining various clubs and taking various sports activities changed my Life.
I am grateful to AIT, more precisely; ISE deserves pure love from my heart.
I have obtained my Master’s degree (M. Eng.) in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) from my beloved dept. of ISE (Industrial System Engineering) in 2016. Studying at AIT has changed my professional life. I am a Bangladeshi citizen. After graduation from AIT, I was offered a job at AIT Extension as a program officer. Now I am working as an Assistant Director for the same organization. AIT not only cared about my professional life but also my personal life. I am grateful to AIT, more precisely; ISE deserves pure love from my heart.
It’s an immense pleasure to count myself as an Alumni of Asian Institute of Technology . I learnt and gained extensive experiences which helped throughout my studies in all my thick and thin. Finally, I want to thank all my professors and my advisor Dr.Mongkol Ekpanyapong who inspired my best efforts and encouraged me to finish my masters degree successfully.
The opportunity to study Mechatronics Engineering at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) enabled me to fulfill a life-long goal, for which I will always be grateful, and I feel lucky that I got the best and friendliest study environment you could ever be in. I received an excellent education at AIT. The courses were practical and allowed me to reflect on what I had learned during the program and how that could change the way I worked. After considerable research into the various courses available and the institutions offering them, I enrolled in AIT’s Mechatronics program for my Master’s degree. AIT has helped me to dream big. I came here with the sole thought of getting a Master’s degree but AIT has helped me take the further step of planning for my Ph.D. studies. If you are considering university studies for Bachelor’s, Master or Ph.D., I would undoubtedly recommend AIT, particularly if you need the friendliest environment and want to learn about the latest technologies. Upon completing my study, I received several interviews and got the second job I applied for in Bangkok Glass Public Company Limited as Production Engineer. Moreover, I am a Lecturer at the Department of Mechatronics Engineering, World University of Bangladesh now. My education gave me communication, problem-solving and analytical skills that were directly transferable to the context of employment.