RESEARCH STYLE at MJIIT is classified into several distinct groups of ikohzas which are Japanese-styled research laboratory groups with members comprising students, academics and researchers of similar interests. Final year undergraduate and postgraduate students collaborate with the unique Senpai-Kohai or mentor-mentee concept. Junior members are nurtured and closely supported by their seniors, encouraging strong collaboration and continuous guidance from professors and senior members of the research group.
MONOZUKURI / NINGEN-RYOKU
MONOZUKURI: It is about having a state of mind, the spirit to produce not only excellent products but also have the ability to constantly improve the production system and its processes. It is practiced in Capstone Design, Laboratory Courses and Problem Based Learning.
NINGEN-RYOKU: A holistic approach for comprehensive character building to develop confidence, decisiveness, independence and maturity in the graduates which prevails through emphasis on skills in communication, problem solving, responsibility and ethics in the programme curriculum.
5S AND KAIZEN / K.E.S PEDAGOGY
5S AND KAIZEN: Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, Shitsuke (“sort”, “set in order”, “shine”, “standardize, “sustain”) and Kaizen (continuous improvement) has become part of the learning concept of MJIIT, aimed to develop the skills of the Japanese, such as team working, responsibility, and resilience.
K.E.S PEDAGOGY: “Knowledge-Experience and Self-study” pedagogy concept of teaching and learning approach which focuses on more class contact in lower years, learning through experience and self-study in later years.
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
MJIIT is located at the center of Kuala Lumpur city in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia - Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT)
How to get here
The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) receives both domestic and International flights. KLIA is situated in the Sepang district, approximately 50km from Kuala Lumpur.
Upon arrival at the airport, you may continue your journey to KL City Center / UTM via these modes of transportation:
ERL (Express Rail Link) to KL Sentral Station
Taxi and bus services are also available for those arrived at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), Sepang. Information and rates for taxis/bus services can be accessed at http://www.lcct.com.my/ , or http://www.lcct.com.my/bus_services.php.
1. By ERL (Express Rail Link)
A non-stop rail service is available from 5am-12 midnight at the KL City Air Terminal (KL CAT) from KLIA to KL Sentral Station daily, including public holidays. It takes 28 minutes to get to KL Sentral with a frequency of every 15 minutes during peak hours and 20 minutes during non-peak hours.
One-way ticket for adult is priced at RM35.00 and RM15.00 for children (2-12 years old).
For more details, please browse this ERL website
2. By Kelana Jaya Rail Line/Ampang Rail Line (Putra/Star)
From KL Sentral Station, there are two rail services available that operate from 6 am to 12am (Monday-Saturday) and from 6am-11.30pm(Sunday):
Kelana Jaya Rail Line (formerly known as Putra) – to KLCC / Ampang Park Station
Ampang Rail Line (formerly known as STAR) – to Titiwangsa Station
You may choose to take a taxi/bus to continue your journey upon arrival at the mentioned stations to go to UTM Kuala Lumpur.
Please browse through this link for more details.
3. By Taxi/Cab
Taxi services are available at KLIA, KL Sentral and all Putra/Star stations, as well as around KL City Centre. Fares may vary based on the distance, type of taxi and company.
Taxis are readily available at the KLIA Taxi and Limousine counters. Information on reservation and rates (from KLIA) can also be obtained from here .
4. By bus
Just a stone’s throw from UTM, you may take Rapid KL bus from KLCC / Ampang Park / Titiwangsa Station. Here’s a guidance, should you wish to take the bus:
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Or you may browse through http://www.rapidkl.com.my/ for further details.