DISCOVER THAILAND'S ASTRONAUTS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
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HISTORY OF SPACE EXPLORATIONS
CURRENT AND FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATIONS, NEWTON’S THEORY ROCKERY
Application period: 7 September - 15 October 2017
Apply online to join the Discovery Thailand‘s Astronaut Scholarship Program. Click here to apply
THE STEP OF PAYMENT PROCESS
Examination fee is 500 THB exclude bank service fee
When Candidate complete the online application form in registration page, the bill payment will be generated in PDF
Please print out the bill payment and pay at Kasikorn Bank (At any Branch)
Please send your slip payment to with providing your first and last names, email and your contact number that corresponds to your application information.
FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS
The registration process for international applicants please follow the steps below;
Ask for an Application Form from us either by LINE @spacecampthailand or email us at
We will send you the Application Form and Payment Slip.
Complete the Application Form
For expat living in Thailand, please bring the Payment Slip and contact K bank for 500 baht payment
For international applicants, please use our provided Payment Slip and contact your nearby banks. The application fee is 500 baht (about 14 USD) world wide.
Scan your Application Form and Pay-in Slip with first and last name that corresponds to application information and send to us via our email. We will confirm you back by email.
Your exam seat will be posted on our website on October 20, 2017. If you do not find your seat, please contact us immediately.
You can download the 2016 exam key answer from our website.
SCAT is scheduled on October 22, 2017 during 9:00 am and 12:00 pm at the Engineering Department of the King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). We strongly advise that you reach the KMITL by 8:00 am.
The U.S. Space Camp’s Scholarship Program or the Discover Thailand’s Astronauts Scholarship Program is initiated by Krit Kunplin, USSRC’s Representative in Thailand and South East Asia and is supported by the U.S. Government under the supervision of the U.S. Embassy. Other private and public organizations i.e. Est Cola Scholarship are also involved.
In 2016, the Scholarship opens only for the Thai citizens and supports by U.S. Government for 2 scholarships and Est Cola for 1 scholarship.
In 2017, the U.S. Embassy supports 2 space exploration scholarships for one girl and one boy of Thai nationality within the ages between 14-18 years old. The winners of the American government’s scholarship will be automatically eligible for a full scholarship to study for an entire bachelor degree of any major at the King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.
Est Cola also supports one space exploration scholarship for person of any nationalities within the ages of 12-30 years old.
All scholarships are non-binding.
U.S. Embassy’s and KMITL’s Scholarship
Ages between 14-18 years old.
Est Cola’s Scholarship
Ages between 12-30 years old.
SCAT [Space Camp Aptitude Test]
STEM Camp [STEM competition and science quiz for 3 days and 2 nights at the KMITL's Engineering department]
US government's SpaceEx Scholarship to train on space exploration program at the US Space and Rocket Center located near to US Army's Red Stone Arsenal Military Base in Huntsville, Alabama for 6 days
Full bachelor degree scholarship of any majors at the KMITL [only the winners of the US government's grants]
Special recommendation by President of the KMITL to study at MIT [only the winners of the US government's grants]
Tuition fees at the US Space and Rocket Center
Lodging in the US.
Round trip tickets between Bangkok and Huntsville, Alabama, USA.
Transportation in the US
Meals in the US
US visa fee
7. Travel insurance
8. NASA Flight suit
10. Only winners of the US government's grants: A full scholarship to study for an entire bachelor degree of any majors at the KMITL and special recommendation from President of the KMITL to study further at MIT, USA.