Some of you may need supplementary funds to support the cost of your study at AIT. Quite a number of AIT students obtain these funds through student assistantships, which are generally funded by academic units, sponsored projects and/or by the administration.

Such assistantships offer you not only additional funds but the opportunity to gain practical experiences and important job skills, which are essential when you look for full-time positions after graduation.

As it aims to act as the repository of all available assistantship opportunities, the Center can assist you scout for on-campus employment that matches your qualifications. The Center also maintains an online database of such openings for better competition and transparency. As soon as openings are posted, alerts to students are sent.