General Admission Requirements GPA & English Proficiency Requirement Admission Timeline  Oral Interview by the TGGS Admission Committee Financial Assistance

General Admission Requirements

TGGS M.Eng. Programs

  • Bachelor degree in engineering or related fields, awarded by an internationally recognized university
  • Minimum GPA of 3.00 (or 2.50 plus adequate work or research experience)
  • Good reading, writing, and communication skills in English and submit English Proficiency Test Score

TGGS D.Eng. Programs

  • Master degree in engineering or related fields, awarded by an internationally recognized university
  • Minimum GPA of 3.50 (or lower plus adequate work or research experience)
  • Good reading, writing, and communication skills in English and submit English Proficiency Test Score

*** Students may consult the individual program for any specific requirements.

GPA & English Proficiency Requirement
The requirement to enter Master Programs

A Copy of Your English Test Results and Qualification for Master of Engineering Programs are as follows:

Self Support English Test Result (TOEFL PBT, TOEFL ITP, TOEFL CBT, TOEFL iBT, IELTS (Academic), IELTS Indicator (Academic), CU-TEP, or K-STEP) is required with no minimum
TGGS-KMUTNB Scholarship TOEFL PBT 500+
TOEFL ITP 500+
TOEFL CBT 173+
TOEFL iBT 59+
IELTS (Academic) 5.0+
IELTS Indicator (Academic) 5.0+
CU-TEP 62+/120
K-STEP ≥60%
Partial Scholarship 2.50+/4.00 GPA
Full Scholarship 2.75+/4.00 GPA
TGGS-DAAD Scholarship TOEFL PBT 550+
TOEFL ITP 550+
TOEFL CBT 213+
TOEFL iBT 80+
IELTS (Academic) 6.0+
IELTS Indicator (Academic) 6.0+
N\A

To graduate, a minimum score of TOEFL 525, IELTS 5.5, or equivalent is required for Master Degrees.


The requirement to enter Doctoral Programs

A Copy of Your English Test Results and Qualification for Master of Engineering Programs are as follows:

Self Support English Test Result (TOEFL PBT, TOEFL ITP, TOEFL CBT, TOEFL iBT, IELTS (Academic), IELTS Indicator (Academic), CU-TEP, or K-STEP) is required with no minimum
TGGS-KMUTNB Scholarship TOEFL PBT 500+
TOEFL ITP 500+
TOEFL CBT 173+
TOEFL iBT 59+
IELTS (Academic) 5.0+
IELTS Indicator (Academic) 5.0+
CU-TEP 59+/120
K-STEP ≥60%
Partial Scholarship 3.25+/4.00 GPA
Full Scholarship 3.50+/4.00 GPA

To graduate, a minimum score of TOEFL 550, IELTS 6.0 or equivalent is required for Doctoral Degrees.

Admission - Timeline
Application
1 January – April Call for applications for the first semester Application Deadline / When to Apply? please CLICK!
2 June – October Call for applications for the second semester
 

The selection process for regular and non-DAAD Scholarship
First Semester Second Semester

Activities

1

End of June

Mid of December The deadline to submit a copy of the English Proficiency test result
2 The second week of May

The second week of November

Applicants Interview The Interview Committees: Program Coordinator, Program Lecturers/Researchers, TGGS Committee Representative
3 The third week of May

The third week of November

Interview result announcement at CLICK!
4 The third week of May The third week of November

Official Announcement for those who receive the TGGS-KMUTNB Scholarship

The selection process for the TGGS-DAAD Scholarship applicants
(TGGS-DAAD Scholarship opens in the first semester only)
1 Around 1-3 weeks after the application deadline

The interview schedule will be announced at CLICK!

Applicants Interview The Interview Committees:
DAAD Representative, RWTH Aachen University Representative, TGGS Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Quality Management,  Program Coordinator, Program Lecturers
2 Around 1 week after the interview Interview result announcement at CLICK!
3 TGGS Academic Affairs will contact the applicants via e-mail for additional important documents. Only applicants who can complete the requirement will be accepted to study at TGGS with the TGGS-DAAD Scholarship.
Registration Process

First Semester

Second Semester Activities
1 The fourth week of July The third week of December TGGS Registration for New Student Enrollment
Special Activity

First Semester

Second Semester Activities
1 End of July End of December TGGS New Student Orientation
2 The fourth week of July RWTH Summer Camp Optional (1 week)
Admission - Oral Interview by the TGGS Admission Committee
The admission to the program will be decided through an oral interview. The applicants will be interviewed by the TGGS Admission Committees to evaluate their background knowledge and attitudes including problem-solving skills, motivation, leadership, IQ and EQ, etc. In the case of foreign applicants, the interview may be conducted by video conference or telephone.
Financial Assistance
For qualified students who need financial aid, the TGGS Coordinators and Committee will make a serious effort to organize scholarships from industry or government organizations. The students from South East Asian countries (except Thailand) may be eligible to apply for the TGGS-DAAD Scholarship which covers tuition fees and all living expenses during the first year of study at TGGS and the second year of study at RWTH Aachen University in Germany.

Admission