The College of Industrial Technology (CIT), known as “The Thai-German Technical School”, with the equivalent status to a faculty of King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok was founded under an economic and academic cooperation agreement between the Royal Thai Government and the Federal Republic of Germany in 1959. In 1964, the school became known as “North Bangkok Technical College”; and in 1971 “King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology” (a name graciously conferred by His Majesty the King) became “King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok”. In 1980, the “Department of Industrial Technology” was separated from the engineering faculty and became the “College of Industrial Technology”. It has offered a variety of 25 programs at certificate and diploma levels. Since 1981, the college has been providing the “pre-engineering program” which was modified from the three-year vocational program. It is acknowledged as the first “pre-engineering program” in Thailand.


Generating engineer and technology specialist to develop self-sustainable industry.


Aim for creation and development of manpower for engineering and technology specialty coupled with quality and integrity.


specialist engineer, technology integration, social creativity and international community


The College of Industrial Technology has the commitments to proceed as follows:
    1. Generating a creative graduate in technology science and engineering specialty with potential, quality, ethics and good attitude to profession and be able to create and apply knowledge for work, profession and society.
    2. Developing the learning process by creating and developing a network for teaching and learning, research and technical services both locally and internationally to improve performance, quality and productivity in technology science and engineering specialty in multilateral collaboration with industrial business.
    3. Providing comprehensive education and entire services in field of technology science and engineering for both public and private sectors based on industry and social needs as goal and restriction along with creating a culture of learning for lifelong learning and practical life.
    4. Enhancing environmental quality and quality of life for social communities and organizations.     5. Preserving arts and cultures in order to maintain cultural wisdom and Thai uniqueness for nation and world community for the better understanding and impressions.