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Dr. Mohamed Sukri Mat Ali
Academic Manager (Postgraduate)
Malaysia – Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT)
University Teknologi Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra (Jalan Semarak),
54100 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA

Tel: +603 2203 1247
Website: http://mjiit.utm.my/
E-mail: sukri.kl@utm.my

Master of Mechanical Precision Engineering (Mix Mode)

Entry Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in science, technology or engineering or in a related field with CGPA 3.0/4.0.
International students must obtain a minimum TOEFL score of 550 or IELTS 6.0 or equivalent qualification.

Program Structure.
Graduate students can pursue a full-time or part-time mixed-mode program located at UTM Kuala Lumpur. The full-time study requires a minimum duration of three semesters, while the part-time program takes, at least, four normal semesters (about two years).

Teaching Methods.
A taught module takes the following forms: formal lectures, tutorials and assignment and/or laboratory work. Each 3-credit module is delivered in 38 to 42 hours of lectures. Teaching/learning is student-centered; hence it must be complemented with adequate self-study and self-learning by the candidate. Part-time taught course programs involve modular teaching and distance learning, with lectures being delivered on weekends.

Research Methods.
You will be exposed to distinctive research experience through membership of the innovative Japanese Kohza system. Senpai-Kohai relationship or mentoring concept is realized from the moment the student is admitted to the programme.

Compulsory courses (3 courses):

  • Advanced Precision Engineering,
  • Advanced Materials Engineering,
  • Advanced Applied Mechanics.

Elective courses (3 selected courses):

  • Advanced Vehicle System,
  • Finite Element Method,
  • Advanced Fluid Dynamics,
  • Tribology,
  • Structural Vibration for Analysis and Practice,
  • Conditioning Monitoring,
  • Engine Turbocharging,
  • Applied Mathematics,
  • Advanced Measurement and Instrumentation.

Research Methodology

One university compulsory course

Dissertation (6 months to one year)