Universiti Malaysia Pahang German
Universiti Malaysia Pahang German,below is Universiti Malaysia Pahang German
B.Eng. (Hons.) in Mechatronics Engineering (in collaboration with HsKA, Germany) is a program aimed to develop excellent mechatronic engineers who would be capable of developing, designing, producing, maintaining, and running mechatronic systems as well as their components especially in manufacturing and automotive applications which are the biggest engineering markets in Malaysia. The program covers comprehensive curriculum which emphasizes on mechatronics areas such as robotics, control/automation and instrumentation. Graduates are expected to be able to integrate the elements of electronics, mechanics and computer sciences.
- High-quality professors (German & Malaysian) in Teaching, Research & Industry Experiences.
- Good collaboration with mechatronic industries: Muelbaur, VACs, BT Technolgy, SAPURA, Intel, Perodua, ST Microlelctronics, Mercedes-Benz, Bosch Car Multimedia, etc.
- Excellent teaching facilities: Classroom, laboratory, etc.
- 100% Graduate Employability (based on a recent survey of dual-degree graduates before Convocation).
For further information, please contact Dr. Ahmad Sharizan Bin Abdul Ghani, Head of Program for Mechatronics, Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering, UMP (call/text: 019-6339803/ WhatsApp: 019-6339803).
Bachelor of Business Engineering
Business Engineering is the first Dual Degree program in the category of hybrid degree, in which 70 % of its educational elements comprise business and management subjects, while the remaining 30 % of its curriculum cover engineering elements. This program requires students to complete a total of 135 credit hours, with 2 years at Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) and 2 years more at Reutlingen University in Stuttgart, Germany. Each of the degrees is awarded by the following universities, respectively:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Engineering from UMP; and,
- Bachelor’s Degree in International Operation & Logistics Management from Reutlingen University.
Students will be exposed to aspects of management. This program enables students to specialise in operation management and supply chain as well as logistics. Students will also be given exposure to the basics of product manufacturing at optimum cost as well as other manufacturing related processes such as storing, distributing, and marketing (locally and internationally). Aspects of complex management technology in business and business technological softwares such as ERP and SAP system will also be introduced to students. As a prerequisite to successful completion of the program and award of both degrees, students must complete 1000 hours of German Language, pass TestDaF and obtain 14 points. Students who succeed in obtaining 14 points will be allowed to proceed to the final 2 years at Reutlingen University in order to be awarded the second degree.
B.Eng (Hons.) Automotive Engineering
B. Eng. (Hons.) in Automotive Engineering (in collaboration program with HsKA, Germany) involves the multidisciplinary integration of automotive, mechanical and electronic systems. Students will gain skills across automotive-specific mechanics, electronics, communication, advanced control and modelling. With 30% of the curriculum concentrates on vehicle-mechatronic aspects, students will have the opportunity to learn recent technological developments in the field of Automotive Engineering.
1. High-quality professors (German & Malaysian) in Teaching, Research & Industry Experiences.
2. Good collaboration with automotive industries: Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, Proton, Perodua, Honda, Isuzu, Continental Automotive Components, Bosch Car Multimedia, etc.
3. Excellent teaching facilities: Classroom, laboratory, etc.
4. 100% Graduate Employability (based on a recent survey of dual-degree graduates before Convocation).
For further information, please contact Dr. Ruzaimi, Head of Program for Automotive Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UMP (call/ text/ WhatsApp: 011-12509742).
Students will undergo an assessment at the end of the 5th semester conducted by GACC staff and representatives of the International Office of HsKA to determine the students’ German language proficiency and their academic performance. Subject to the outcome of the results, students who fulfil the requirement would have the opportunity to be admitted to Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences (HsKA) in Germany. As recommended by the industry, students are encouraged to apply for placement in Germany for their practical training, preferably at German companies with branches in Malaysia. GACC will supervise eligible students in each critical step of their application study abroad terms at German companies and in submitting their visa applications.
German language is a basic requirement for pursuing the UMP Dual Degree Program by HsKA and HsR. After the fourth semester, German professors will conduct their lectures in German. Students have to achieve B1 (equivalent to DSH-1) language proficiency level and 14 points in TestDaf for Business Engineering Program.
The language lessons at UMP are facilitated by experienced academic members of staff and equipped with the latest material in German as a foreign language course to help students meet the required level of the German language proficiency. A total of seven highly skilled and professional German language lecturers are dedicated to facilitate the students’ need towards reaching the required level in scientific writing, reading, listening and speaking skills within 4 semesters