Name: Farah Nurhanis bt Hassan Sadzli

Age: 25 years old

Employment: Post Graduate Student, MJIIT UTM


“I chose MJIIT because it collaborates with one of the top research university in Malaysia, UTM. This institution will provide opportunities to study Japanese culture. Besides, students will have an opportunity to go to Japan to gain experiences and study Japanese work ethic and culture through internship or exchange student program.”

“In my opinion, MJIIT is the best place for student to study because this institution keep improving their facilities and program to give the best for their student. All lecturers here are very supportive and give guidance to all of their students. Hopefully, MJIIT could arrange more programmes with Japanese universities such as exchange student program as to give students experience and enjoy the way of learning in Japanese environment.”




Name: Abdul Hafiz bin Hassan

Age: 24 years old

Employment: QA Engineer, Shin-Etsu Malaysia Sdn Bhd

“MJIIT offered me the best place to experience Japanese education system which has already prove their success in engineering sector by producing several world renowned brands and technologies.”

” My best moment would be the summer intern program at GE Healthcare, Japan which provided me an invaluable first real working environment exposure in top engineering company to date as well as learning from colleagues with vast knowledges and experiences.”

” The past collaborations with international students and lecturers including MJIIT own staffs helps to ease my career in Japanese company as it require me to be able to communicate well with Japanese colleagues and superior. MJIIT really benefits me in portraying good impression at workplace.”




Name: Muhammad Syukri Norhamshah

Age: 23 Years Old

Employment: BIM Engineer Norman Disney & Young (Malaysia)


” MJIIT provides countless valuable experiences for their students. As for me, since I obtained the highest GPA for the first and second semester in MJIIT, I was selected to join JENESYS Exchange program at Tokyo and Fukuoka for about two weeks. During that program, the participants were exposed to Japanese culture and technological knowledge. Again, for my third year of studies in MJIIT, I was selected for 1 semester exchange program at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Koganei-shi in Tokyo prefecture. “

“Omotenashi concept was applied in my job, which means “The satisfaction of others is my priority”. I can tend to my colleagues problems and help them as I could and they will do the same as well. The result is a better working environment. Problems and stress management is a must-skill to be nurtured during our degree, as it will helps us a lot in term of managing ourselves in the working environment.”




Name: Ahmad Ikhwan Bin Omar Han

Age: 24

Employment: Executive Production Engineering, Denso


“Studying in MJIIT give me huge knowledge about mechanical engineering principles where help me to summarize data and understanding the machine work.”

” Denso is one of Japanese company. Japanese culture that I learned from MJIIT for example punctual and hardworking have been implemented in working life. Strengthen the Japanese culture and build student’s creativity.”

“JLPT class should be taught up to N2. I think it is possible for about 4 years of studies to be succeed in Japanese languages and the student can demand higher salary as a Japanese Speaker to work in both countries, Japan and Malaysia or maybe any other countries in the world.”




Name: Mohd Hishamuddin Unuh

Age: 24

Employment: Postgraduate Student, MJIIT UTM KL


” My most valuable experience will be the opportunity gave by MJIIT to done my internship in Japan. The skills I acquired during internship were extremely enriching and embellished by a marvellous experience in Japanese culture, largely unknown to me despite my Malaysian origins. Now, it is extremely beneficial for me to discover how engineers from other countries find solutions, face problems that happen in varied climates, varied mentalities and with different capabilities.”

“Exposing student to more hands on project will greatly develop their creativity and critical thinking in making theory become practical. Student find ease in understand theory that been thought in lecture and class when there is more practical session.”