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"In AIT, the greatest lesson I learned out of the books is to accept the fact that there are differences among god’s best creation as well, but despite these differences everyone here is directed by one common goal towards serving humanity and to make this planet a better place to live for all. Three things will always come to my mind when I remember AIT, the uniqueness in diversity, the strength in unity and the legacy of excellence. May it be remembered for what it is, in days to come."

Mr. Lavaraj Devkota (May 2016)

Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology

October 2, 2018

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"AIT (my first home in Thailand) –a great miracle for me, I got colorful experience not only for the academic but also for my social life. I stayed happily with my lovely friends from different countries. Although we have different culture, different languages and different religion, we could share our feelings. I will never forget the great campus also."

Ms. Wutyi Naing (May 2016)

Environmental Engineering and Management

October 2, 2018

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"I remember the day when I really appreciate my mom the most while I am in AIT. She is illiterate. She speaks no language. She does not know what the world is. She is physically poor, but not spiritually. BUT she could manage to send me to AIT for my PhD. She owns the world I have and she deserves it. I love you my MOM."

Mr. Sam Chanthy (May 2016)

Natural Resources Management

October 2, 2018

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"At first, I would like to send my gratitude to Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) for allowing me to pursue my master degree program in such an unforgettable academic way. Secondly, without supports from all professors in my UEM field, friends and family, all of this would not be happened. At last, I will remember every single moment and keep it as an incredible journey that I have ever been through."

Mr. Muniroth Nou (May 2016)

Urban Environmental Management

October 2, 2018