The Faculty of Food Technology with rich experience and achievements in training and scientific research is one of the oldest faculties of NTU. The Faculty has 60 members with over 90% holding master’s and doctoral degrees including 6 Associate Professors and 24 Ph.Ds and, many have graduated from Japan, France, Iceland, Norway and, Australia. The Faculty has educated and trained thousands of bachelors and hundreds of masters and Ph.Ds. Currently, the Faculty has about 2,000 undergraduate to doctoral degree programs students.
Our staff members possess solid experience, professional knowledge, and a dedication to scientific research. We have conducted many research and technology transfer projects at national, ministerial, provincial and university levels, contributing to the development of the fisheries and food sectors of the country.
The Faculty now consists of five departments: Department of Aquatic Products Technology, Department of Food Technology, Department of Postharvest Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, and Department of Quality Assurance and Food Safety.