We collaborate local, regional, national, and international industrial sectors into education via several activities such as internship, site visit, cooperative education, academic services, professional training, and academic frontier research.

Internship: Students of all programs of MUKA are required to gain real life experience at work via work-reinforcement activities through internship during their 3rd-4th year.

Site visit: All programs at MUKA provide students opportunities to visit industrial sites to encourage students for better understanding and eager to bind in those business after graduate.

Cooperative education: In some programs, work integrated learning program is established to promote mutual benefit between students and industrial sectors. During 4th year, outstanding students who want to join this program can choose to work as a team in selected partner company for 4 months.  Student can challenge using their knowledge under supervision of company staffs and academic advisor to accomplish a project which aims to find better solution for the company.

Academic services: Professional services deliver knowledge and experience by experts. Also, some joint research can be established to solve more specific problems under active collaboration between industrial sectors and experts.

Professional training: We provide training course to establish new skill, upskill and reskill for professional development both for students, alumni including governmental, business, and industrial sectors

Academic frontier research: We have strong connection with local, national, and international funding agencies with international collaboration through universities and partners for developing basic and frontier research towards SDGs.

Internship Flowchart  

Cooperative Education Flowchart