1. Faculty of Engineering aims to be the institution for educating engineers and initiating innovations for the world.
2. To imprint integrity, intelligences, collaborations and adaptability to all graduates through highly accredited curricula and states of the art researches and innovations.

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  1. To produce world-class engineers equipped with required skills and suitable for society
  2. To cultivate ethics in its graduates to become responsible leaders of society
  3. To innovate engineering technologies and integrate various bodies of knowledge for the benefit of Thai society
  4. To transfer knowledge to the public to improve Thai society, leading to self-sufficiency in the global community
  5. To uphold and disseminate Thai arts and culture
Administrative Structure

The management and operation of Faculty of Engineering is a direct responsibility of Dean of Engineering in conjunction with advisory from Faculty Board.

The organization structure is displayed as follows.


Strategic Planning

Strategic Issue Objective Strategy/Plan/Project
1. Progress/ Acceptance – To be Asia’s leading school of engineering 1.1 To increase academic acceptance among international communities
  • International academic meetings
  • International invention and engineering contests
  • Funds for international work presentation
  • Funds for work publication in international journals
  • International Affairs Division set up for more visible international contact and cooperation
  • Development of research resources of international standard
1.2 To recruit and attract locals and foreigners with high quality as students
  • Proactive public relations
  • Fund-raising for assistance to high-potential students
1.3 To strengthen the academic community atmosphere
  • Integrated research, supporting CE/RU/RG, including industrial-linkage research
  • Relationship improvement with relevant higher-education institutes and organizations for a more robust research and international image
1.4 To develop its infrastructure
  • Making the library and the computer center modern engineering information sources
  • Making the computer center the knowledge resource and the country’s training center of choice, including the promotion of computer usage ethics
  • Developing the faculty’s information center
  • Creating strong IT infrastructure
  • Improving the compound and infrastructure for staff’s and students’ better quality of life
  • Establishing a job placement center, serving employers who need graduates and graduates themselves. The center also monitors graduates’ quality.
  • Instituting scholarships to adequately, transparently, and effectively support underprivileged students
1.5 To develop its human resources
  • Developing all staff for international competitiveness
  • Promoting and encouraging the production of academic work by instructors, students, and alumni
  • Faculty development projects
2. Progress – To build universal knowledge 2.1 To strengthen the fundamental knowledge for excellence in keeping with international circumstances
  • Endorsing more flexible academic administration and instituting audits for quality control and effectiveness
  • Supporting curricular structures to ease linkage between undergraduate study and graduate study, including multi-disciplinary curricular structures
  • Improving international curricula to be outstanding and truly respond to society at local and international levels
  • Projects for curriculum standard certification
  • Major integrated research projects
  • Projects to create and use e-learning for engineering education
2.2 To excel in the application of basic knowledge
  • Endorsing multi-disciplinary research and new sciences for national development and linkage with every level of education
  • Improving students’ internship formats for the benefit of their careers and industries
3. Progress – Education for specialty 3.1 To develop expertise on engineering skills
  • Granting doctorate scholarships
  • Endorsing the idea to pool research project proposals for requesting financial support from public and private sectors
4. Progress – Integration between specialized skills and universal knowledge 4.1 To develop new sciences from knowledge integration
  • Project for the enhancement of biomedical engineering potential
  • ISE Project, integration of various sciences
4.2 To integrate universal knowledge with basic knowledge to suit local wants and needs
  • Promoting the faculty as a reliable source and reference for national solutions by encouraging the appointment of working teams
  • Organizing training/seminars for transferring knowledge to the industry or community free of charge
5. Acceptance – Development of curricula and educational processes to produce graduates with desirable qualifications 5.1 To modernize curricula to excel in academy and gain international acceptance at all levels
  • Project to develop curricula into outcome-based ones
5.2 To develop educational processes and extra-curricular activities, focusing on developing desirable qualifications in graduates
  • Developing domestic and overseas internships into engineering projects
  • Supporting extra-curricular activities to promote learning of management skills and teamwork
  • Supporting students’ activities requiring joint academic and research foundation
  • Endorsing activities that strengthen the bond between current students and alumni
6. Acceptance – To produce capable instructors who can effectively improve students 6.1 To improve teaching spirit attentive to students’ development
  • Project for instructor development
  • Project to recognize and award instructors
7. Acceptance – To produce unique, professional, ethical, and conscientious graduates through extra-curricular activities 7.1 To develop both extra-curricular and curricular activities to enhance special characteristics and public conscience
  • Focusing on activities that induce students’ contribution conscience and responsibility for duty rather than seeking lawful rights
  • Encouraging students’ participation in all activities
  • Promoting activities that enhance students’ professional work ethics and conscience
8. Acceptance – To guide society through the engineering profession 8.1 To pass on appropriate knowledge to society at large
  • Organizing regular engineering forums
  • Proactive public relations
  • Organizing regular training projects involving engineering knowledge
  • Promoting the faculty as a reliable source and reference for national solutions by encouraging the appointment of working teams
9. Acceptance – Dissemination of engineering work 9.1 To be nationally or regionally recognized
  • E-journal project
  • Proactive public relations
10. Strength – Identification of threats and opportunities for sustainable faculty development 10.1 To identify threats and opportunities for sustainable faculty development
  • Instituting risk management and internal audit systems to promote good governance and management efficiency
11. Security – To strengthen resource bases to drive the faculty toward its goals 11.1 To be equipped with revenue-earning resource management systems to support education and research
  • Enhancing management efficiency by making the most use of resources and assets to reduce operating costs
  • Supporting provision of academic services for the benefit of the faculty’s administration
11.2 To have in place a system for intellectual property and goodwill management to support its role in providing education
  • Instituting fund-raising and external-support solicitation systems
  • Supporting intellectual property development and management