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The Faculty of Engineering was established in 1989, in response to Thailand’s need for engineers as a newly industrialized country. The Faculty aims to produce graduates with knowledge and excellence in engineering, who value ethics and feel responsible to the profession and to society. Over the past 23 years, the faculty has shown its excellence in teaching and research in various fields of engineering including chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering, as well as in interdisciplinary fields such as biomedical engineering.

 

The Faculty of Engineering is housed in three buildings on the Salaya Campus, comprising an area of approximately 56,000 square meters, which has been the home of many renowned faculty members. The Faculty has a full range of state-of-the-art laboratories for both teaching and research purposes. There currently are 9 undergraduate and 12 graduate programs, designed and constantly improved such that students can gain both theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience under the highest educational standards.

 

The Faculty of Engineering also offers international programs for international students in selected fields such as Biomedical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Logistics and Engineering Management. The Faculty is well known its community contributions andeducational services provided for the community and the countryas a whole. With its philosophy and strong commitment to excel inengineering fields, the Faculty of Engineering has become one ofthe leading engineering faculties in Thailand and the Asia PacificRegion. And by upholding Mahidol University’s philosophy and policies to be the “Wisdom of the Land”, the Faculty of Engineering at Mahidol University has committed itself to provide the answer to all engineering problems of the nation, to serve both society and community with ethics and responsibility.