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Internship

 

Every student in the undergraduate program must spend a minimum of 12 weeks full-time in internship training at recognized companies, institutes, or other organizations. The main internship period is normally summer after the third year of study. The training should be relevant to the student's field of study. Students are encouraged to seek out internship opportunities in Thailand or abroad themselves. The Career Center provides students with counseling on their internship possibilities. Faculty advisers should also try to help students find internship opportunities. Students unable to find an opportunity in a company or institute may choose to perform their internship in one of AIT's research labs, if the PI agrees. In most cases, students must bear their own living expenses while working, although some organizations may offer a salary or travel allowance at their own discretion. 

 

Requirements and Procedure

Within a week of starting the internship, students should submit the Internship Verification Form to the UG program. Students must record their activities during the internship in an Internship Log Book. Faculty members or staff may visit the internship site without prior notice. Upon completing the internship, an Internship Evaluation form should be filled out by the student's work supervisor.

Each student must then report on the work carried out to his or her internship evaluation committee, composed of the student's academic advisor, one other faculty member, and (optionally) a representative of the organization at which the internship took place. The committee will evaluate the student's work and assign a grade (pass/fail) for the internship credits based on Q&A, oral presentation, or written report on his/her internship. The external member from the internship organization, if any, may assist in the evaluation process but has no authority in assigning the final grade. The student then should submit the Verification Form, Log Book, Evaluation, and Report of Internship Examination to the UG program.

It is a must for every student to submit a written internship report upon completion of the internship along with the soft copy of the report, regardless of the internship examination committee’s requirements. This report shall be subjected to plagiarism check.

Upon receiving a passing grade by the internship committee, the student will be awarded one non-GPA credit for every 4 weeks of full-time work. Students may earn up to 6 non-GPA credits for internships during their studies in the undergraduate program. Every undergraduate degree at AIT requires at least 3 internship credits to satisfy graduation requirements.

 

 

Requesting for Internship Credit 

Once the internship is completed students should submit the following documents to Undergraduate Program Office in order to obtain the non-GPA internship credits.

 

Requirement:

  1. Internship Examination Form
  2. Internship Verification Form
  3. Supervisor Evaluation Form
  4. Work Log
  5. Written Report  >> Upload softcopy
  6. Plagiarism Check Result (of Written Report)

 

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Old Messages 


 

Posted on August 24, 2015

Please be informed that the deadline for submission of 2015 Inter semester Internship Documents is on September 11, 2015. Credits will not be awarded to students who submit past this deadline.


Posted on August 2014

Please be informed that the deadline for submission of 2013 and 2014 Internship Documents is on 04 December 2014. Credits will not be awarded to students who submit past this deadline.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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