The School of Engineering, KMITL has a policy to support and promote knowledgeable and capable youth. Encourage high school students to make good use of their time by studying in advance and has gained knowledge and abilities that are comparable to learning at the basic level in university. Therefore, “KMITL Engineering School Advanced Placement Program (KENG-APP)” is one approach that can promote youth with academic potential to have the opportunity to learn more, measure knowledge and accumulated into credits that can be added to and transferable to courses in the School of Engineering. This project is similar to Advanced Placement Program (AP Program) that started in the USA to promote and organize education so that students can choose to study certain subjects of interest or specialization in advance across grade levels by earning university credits in subjects that pass the exam upon admission to the university.
The School of Engineering has prepared a project “KMITL Engineering School Advanced Placement Program” for providing knowledge in advance and testing the knowledge of the candidates that can be compared with the basic courses of the School of Engineering by open to outsiders in high school student level to prepare for admission to the School of Engineering, KMITL.
Apply for high school students (Matthayom 4-6/ Grade 10-12)
Teaching Onsite at the School of Engineering. At the end of the course, grades will be assessed. which will be able to use grades to transfer grades after entering the School of Engineering which must have a grade of C+ or higher in order to be able to transfer.
For more information, please visit Undergraduate Academic Affairs. School of Engineering, KMITL
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