Malaysia Twinning Program
Overview of Malaysia Japan Higher Education Program (MJHEP)
MJHEP is a program to study abroad in Japan funded by the Malaysian government.
(It is the successor to the Higher Education Loan Fund Project (HELP) 1. to 3. that was implemented in three stages over 22 years using a Japanese loan fund).
MJHEP selects students who wish to study abroad in Japan from those students who achieve marks in the top 5% on the joint academic test carried out in Malaysian high schools (SPM), and provides three years of education (a preparation year focusing mainly on Japanese language, followed by two years in the first two years of a program at a technical university). In the third year of studies in their home country (the second year in the course program), students take transfer exams for their desired university, and begin studying abroad in Japan the next April in the third year of the program at a Japanese university (3+2 twinning).
MJHEP Implementation System
MJHEP's Education System(3+2 Twinning)
Accepting Universities(As of September 2015)
||Kyushu Institute of Technology
|Toyohashi University of Technology
||Nagaoka University of Technology
|University of Hyogo
|Muroran Institute of Technology
|Shibaura Institute of Technology
|Okayama University of Science
|Tokyo University of Technology
|Tokyo University of Science
Division of Global Initiatives
3-7-5 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8548, Japan (2F Classroom and Administration Building Toyosu campus)