The Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry was founded in 1997 with three departments, namely:

  • Department of Agricultural and Food Engineering
  • Department of Food Science and Technology; and
  • Department of Postharvest Technology

The first three undergraduate programs offered in the same year of faculty establishment are Bachelor of Engineering in Agricultural Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Technology, and Bachelor of Science in Postharvest Technology.

In 2002, the other two undergraduate programs, namely Bachelor of Engineering in Food Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Material Science (Rubber Technology) were offered.

In 2005, the Master of Engineering in Agro-process Engineering was offered; and the other two new Master of Science programs in Food Technology, and Postharvest Technology were also offered.


To cultivate and produce graduates in engineering and agro-industry with academic competency and good morality and ethic


To be recognized for academic excellence in engineering and agro-industry in Southeast Asia


Best in Skills, Filled with Merits, Updated with Technology

Student Mobility

Student visit from Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Selangor, Malaysia

On November 20, 2010, five (5) students from Univeristi Putra Malaysia (Selangor, Malaysia), arrived in Maejo University (MJU) to start their mobility program in the Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry from November 20 to December 4, 2010. These students namely, Mr. Alvin Lim Shyun Liang, Mr. Afiq Akmal Bin Md Yusop, Mr. Mohamed Abdul Rashid Safiuddin Bin Baharuddin, Miss Mas Ernawati Binti Hamdan and Miss Siti Hajar Binti Md Dolkafle.

According to the specific requirements in their curriculum, these are encourage to broaden the experiences by visiting lecture and laboratory classes, learning language and cultural differences as well as having industrial excursions in their country and/or aboard. Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry at Maejo University was selected to serve these purposes as is regarded as the oldest agricultural institution in Thailand.

During their stay in MJU, Dr. Sunate Surbkar, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry together with students and other administrators of the Faculty, were accommodating the students from UPM in all the matters. Besides academic itinerary of activities, both parties have discussed future academic collaboration.

(Dr.Sunate Surbkar, 8 Dec. 2010)



Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry Hosts CLSU Food Science Student Interns
Date : 12 FEB 2010

         On January 18, 2010, three (3) senior students from the College of Home Science and Industry in Central Luzon State University (Nueva Ecija, Philippines), arrived in Maejo University to start on their actual field practice or apprenticeship program in the Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry from January 18 to March 12, 2010. These students, namely: Mr. Denmar Daquel, Miss Carmille Saculles and Miss Meryl Bernadino, were accompanied by Dr. Hilaria Cuaresma, Dean of the College and Mr. Joel Juvinal, College Coordinator of the Field Practice Program during their initial days in MJU.

As a pre-requisite to their graduation, students have to complete an actual field practice in any approved institution of company whether in the Philippines or abroad. As a major academic partner of CLSU. MJU has been chosen by the students and the College itself.

During their initial stay in MJU, Dr. Cuaresma and Mr. Juvinal, together with the students, were invited to the student orientation meeting provided by the Faculty Dean, Asst. Prof. Umaporn Upara and other administrators of the Faculty. Aside from the meeting where both sides discussed on future possible academic collaboration, both were guided to a brief tour of the Faculty.

(Ma. Diana P. Jantakad, 10 Feb. 2010)


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