The Effect of Education Condition for the University-industry Collaboration: A Case Study of Faculty Mechanical Engineering in UMP

Chencheng JIANG, Normah binti Othman


University-Industry collaboration plays an important role with the development of technology. The education condition is one of the most import affection for the foundation of the collaboration. In this paper 100 students from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in UMP were investigated with 15 questionnaires for the case study. All the students were also interview base on the education condition in UMP. The results were used to investigate the opportunity of founding the collaboration between UMP and industries. The result showed that the education condition in UMP was quite good, most of the students give position recommends. This is the basis for the university-industry collaboration. It will be helpful for the foundation of collaboration in the future.
Key words: Education; UMP; Collaboration; Industry


Education; UMP; Collaboration; Industry

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