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MJHEP project is an educational project under the Look East Policy

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mechanical engineering is a discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the production and usage of heat and mechanical power for the design, production, and operation of machines and tools.

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Electrical and Electronic Engineering is an exciting and dynamic field. Electrical engineers are responsible for the generation, transfer and conversion of electrical power, while electronic engineers are concerned with the transfer of information using radio waves, the design of electronic circuits, the design of computer systems and the development of control systems such as aircraft autopilots.

JAPANESE LANGUAGE & CULTURE CENTER

Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by about 128 million people, primarily in Japan, where it is the national language. 

INFORMATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING

Information System Engineering provides education and training in the field of computing with particular emphasis on ICT.  The courses offered and covers a wide range of technology areas of ICT such such as Platform Technologies including hardware, software and network, Computing Foundation, Programming Essentials and Industry-Led Leading-edge Technologies.

Latest News

FARIDHATUL Amera Razali, received the excellent Japanese and English student award from the Dean of Engineering Faculty of Takushoku Hachioji University, Takahashi Takehiro at the Onshi Memorial Hall of the University.

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TOKYO: Malaysian students have been the best students of English and Japanese subjects at the Takushoku University convocation, Hachioji, near here, today.

Faridathul Amera Razali, 23, a graduate of Electronic Systems Engineering graduates received the award presented by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Takahashi Takehiro, in a special room, the Onshi Memorial Hall, shortly after the ceremony.

She is the only foreign student who has received an outstanding award from his faculty involving 310 students.

CHE Murad Sayang and Arba'ain posed with MJHEP students at KamiMeguro, yesterday.

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TOKYO: The Malaysia-Japan Higher Education Program students (MJHEP) received a global market with many of them getting jobs in Japan before graduation.

Deputy Secretary-General (Policy), Ministry of Rural Development, Datuk Che Murad Sayang Ramjan, said more than half of Yayasan Pelajaran MARA (YPM) sponsored graduates received the offer each year and served with Japanese companies and other multinationals as soon as they graduated.

The remainder, he said, returned home to serve with other Japanese and international companies in Malaysia.

137 Malaysian-Japan Higher Education Program (MJHEP) sponsors Yayasan Pelajaran Mara (YPM) received a congratulatory greeting card signed by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

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SEPANG, March 18 (Bernama) – A total of 137 Malaysian-Japan Higher Education Program (MJHEP) sponsors Yayasan Pelajaran Mara (YPM) received a congratulatory greeting card signed by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad before leaving for Japan today.

The congratulatory greeting card was presented by Rural Development Minister Datuk Seri Rina Mohd Harun at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) here.

MJHEP was inspired by Dr Mahathir when he became the fourth Prime Minister based on the vision of the Look East Policy.

– BERNAMA

Your Future Starts Here.

The success story of YPM in higher education is now repeated again with the achievement in continuing the legacy of HELP project.

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