Doctoral of Philosophy Programme in Food Science and Technology

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
Ph.D.Food Science and Technology
(We offer "Double Degree Programme" with Chiba University)
1.1, 2.1Mon-Fri3 years
1.2, 2.2Mon-Fri5 years


The primary aim of this programme is to prepare food science and technology specialists with profound academic knowledge combined with expertise in conducting food science research and in creating food innovations, and in using their academic superiority and professional skills to create internationally recognised works.

Expected qualities of graduates:

The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

  1. Ability to use their knowledge, analytical skills and integrative minds to conduct in-depth academic research in food science and technology and to become internationally recognised academic leaders;
  2. Ability to develop new bodies of knowledge or create food science and technology innovations that lead to successful and sustainable strengthening of Thailand’s food industry;
  3. Enthusiasm to conduct research and exchange, disseminate and transfer research-grounded knowledge and technology to society; and
  4. Ability to work with others, with an awareness of their roles and duties, and by adhering to integrity and academic and professional ethics.


                    • Plan 1.1:
                      • 39,000 Baht per semester
                      • 234,000 Baht per programme
                    • Plan 1.2:
                      • 39,000 Baht per semester
                      • 390,000 Baht per programme
                    • Plan 2.1:
                      • 45,500 Baht per semester
                      • 273,000 Baht per programme
                    • Plan 2.2:
                      • 50,375 Baht per semester
                      • 503,750 Baht per programme

                    • 1.1 = Dissertation only (not less than 48 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                    • 1.2 = Dissertation only (not less than 72 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)
                    • 2.1 = Course work (not less than 12 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 36 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                    • 2.2 = Course work (not less than 24 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 48 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)