Industry 4.0 Ready Graduates
27 years of TVET experience in Malaysia specializing in German Engineering
GMI graduates have a high employability rate (88% employability)
GMI is an institution with a comprehensive set of world class technology labs
GMI's strong ties with industries can be seen with her 14 state-of-the-art Technology Centres, ranging from world best industrial robots and automation, excellent precision measurement of CNC, specific solutions for liquid analysis, modern combustion system lab, sophisticated sheet metal fabrication and up-to-date cyber security structures.
Partners: EMERSON Process Management System, CISCO Training Academy, HITACHI, BOSCH, DMG MORI SEIKI, Carl Zeiss & more.
Malaysia & Germany Ties
Industrial Based Campus
Advanced Skills Training
Germany land of many opportunities, renowned for its technological achievements and the German higher education is one of the best in the world! A German university degree is highly respected by employers around the world and those from Universities of applied science are very practice-oriented.
For these reasons, the German A-Level Preparatiory Programm (GAPP) was establishd at the German-Malaysian Institute in 2011 to prepare and qualify the young Malaysians to further their study in the fields of engineering at the University of Applied Science which requires GCE A-Level, TestDAF and Vorpraktikum qualifications for enrolment.
The Final Year Project (FYP) is a compulsory course in GMI training module and one which sets GMI trainees and graduates apart from the rest of the world. In groups, trainees put their skills and knowledge, and merge their individual strengths into the projects to ensure that the projects meet industrial standards. Trainees work on the projects, with minimal yet sufficient supervision from the assigned supervisors, starting from the initial stages of proposal right till the construction and commissioning of the projects.The exposure and experience trainees obtain from their 16-week in plant training become the thrust for them to work on the FYPs. These masterpieces become the pride of the trainees, and giving GMI the edge.
Below are our featured projects.
Neuro-X-Wheel is designed specifically for people with disabilities such as blind, deaf and paralysed. The product uses the mind as a guide for developing the direction and ultrasonic sensors to help users to avoid any obstacles. It is an improvement on safety feature on existing wheelchairs in the market which uses joy-stick. Neuro-X-Wheel is using 3 types of hardware comprising of NeuroSky Mindwave Mobile headset, Arduino Mega microcontroller and Bluesmirf Bluetooth dongle.
The product is conceptualized from the original aquaponic system. Auaponic refers to a combination of system of hydroponic (the soil less growing plant) and aquaculture (fish rearing) in one integrated system. Since the original aquaponic system is produced in a much larger scale and is not conducive for homeowners, the concept has been redesigned and reconstructed to suit the interior of a house. It is now made available as a smaller scale indoor product.
Piezoelectric is one of the techniques that can be used to generate clean energy. Piezoelectric can create electricity when subjected to mechanical stress. As the vehicle passes on the speed hump, the pressure made by it will generate the piezoelectric to produce electricity. These charges of electricity will then be transferred to a battery and it will be used to light up the LED strip on the speed hump itself and the signboard so that they could be seen at night.
THE AIRBATTERY project is a functional wind-powered power bank that can be charged by using both the wind energy and the grid utility (AC Power Plugs and Sockets). THE AIRBATERRY also comes with the Air Turbine and the Power Box. With a 20,000mah capacity battery, the device is able to supply 20 wayys of power and 1.6 Ampere of current.
"In recent decades, the manufacturing sector has seen rapid evolution. From mass production through the use of intensive labour force in production lines, to the use of robotics to increase efficiency, the manufacturing industry is constantly evolving with more and more infusion of automation. Today, the next phase of evolution is referred to as the Forth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0"
YAB TUN DR. MAHATHIR BIN MOHAMAD
Prime Minister of Malaysia
Note: Foreword 'Building for the Future' in Industry4wrd, The National Policy on Industry 4.0
Obtained her Master in Engineering Instrumentation & Control from the Teeside University, United Kingdom. Received the Cecil M Yuill Student Foundation Award for Female Student in the field of Engineering.
Working as Quality Engineer in Prasarana (Rapid Rail - MRT), Mechatronic Graduate from Class of 2011.
Graduated as the best student among the 116 graduates of the German A-Level Preparatory Programme (GAPP).
TOP trainee for Advance Diploma in Instrumentation (Oil & Gas) of Institut Teknologi Petroleum Petronas (INSTEP) batch January 2017.
Received the Gold Medal in ASEAN Skills Competition - Category: Mechanical Engineering Design (CAD). He will be presenting Malaysia in Abu Dhabi in 2017.
Won the Malaysia Cube Open 2016 held at KDU University College. He recorded 6.55 seconds speed time and first Malaysian to break the 7 seconds barrier. Also the First Runner Up for Singapore Open Rubik Competition 2016.
Recipient of "DAAD Prize for Foreign Students at German Universities" 2016. She is currently studying Mechanical Engineering under the MARA sponsorship in Schmalkalden since October 2013.
Their passion and agility in Touch Football has taken them to across the globe from Paris, France and on to Shanghai, China and all the way to Sydney, Australia.
Participated in World Skills Malaysia Belia Competition in CNC Turning 2015 (sole female finalist). Participated in Leadership Development and Teambuilding Course under MARA Global Education Leadership program 2015. Participated in World Record for Silat Performance in 2015.
For time being, financial assistance is only provided to Malaysian students.
Students are only allowed to have one (1) education loan or scholarship from any sponsors at one time during their study period. Please be reminded, education loan and scholarship are two (2) different category of sponsorship.
Any education loan or scholarship is subjected to sponsors' requirement and criteria. Any approvals on students' education loan or scholarship are solely under the sponsor’s jurisdiction and authority.
GMI does not have any authority to approve or guarantee any education loan applied by students.
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Students are also encouraged to secure any sponsorship from other sponsors at their own capacity and GMI is willing to assist.