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Kuala Lumpur : 24 November 2016, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is pleased to announce that it is holding a launching ceremony of Global Mobility Program – The Jukebox Concept. The event is officiated by YB Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh, Minister of Higher Education.  

The Jukebox Concept, a medium for a free interaction of education and research regardless of organization or country, is given by exponentially enhancing the mobility of students, faculty members and administrative staff and breaking all barriers that stand between nations and institutions, with the establishment of a Campus in Campus (CiC) office at each partner university.

The CiC Program, MJIIT Global Mobility Program and Shibaura Global Mobility Program will be presented by a representative from University of Tsukuba (Japan), YBhg. Prof. Datin Dr Rubiyah Yusof (Dean of MJIIT) and a representative from Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan). The launching ceremony will be announced by YB Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh, Minister of Higher Education.

Types of Programs

  • Student Exchange
  • Joint Degree Program
  • Joint Supervision
  • Industrial Training and Attachment
  • Joint Research and Laboratory

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MJIIT was established in 2010 as a joint venture between the governments of Malaysia and Japan to offer a Japanese-style education at the Kuala Lumpur Campus of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).

MJIIT offers an affordable, world-class education, which aims at educating future leaders within the ASEAN countries. The Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology is expected to play an important role in transforming higher education for a brighter future through transborder university initiatives.

MJIIT aims to develop and put into practice the Course Learning System called the “Course Jukebox” by developing a range of collaborated double or joint degree programmes. This aspiration is realized through the invitation of international education and research units from partner universities that offer the sharing of classes and teaching staff through the “Course Jukebox” system, and the sharing of international education and research units through joint appointments of researchers and staff.

It is expected that the students and faculty members between MJIIT and partner universities take advantage of all available global resources under the Transborder University Initiatives.