Swinburne Sarawak International Mobility Program invites participants from all around the world to learn new skill and knowledge accompanied by the rich biodiversity and culture in Sarawak.
The rainforest in Sarawak is one of the oldest and most diverse in the world. Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, has been described as one of the most liveable cities in Southeast Asia. Rich in history with old-world charms blended into 21st century modernity, the city is home to more than half a million people.
Sarawak is also the most culturally diverse. Its 29 ethnic communities are well-known for their friendliness and hospitality. Each community practices their own customs and traditions and nowhere else in Malaysia can such colourful diversity be found.
Building on its strong mining, manufacturing and service economy, Sarawak has embarked on its Digital Economy Strategy to spur its next phase of economic growth.
The digital strategy has led to many public and private initiatives which are intensifying rapidly. Sarawak’s bio economy is also on an upward trajectory as it unlocks the wealth of its rich biodiversity.
We invite you to join us in experiencing the transformative journey of the City in the rainforest.
Why You Should Attend This Course:
The Foreign Technical Training Program with Research Project guides participants from diverse science and technology disciplines to make use of digital technology in tourism, smart cities, bio economy, manufacturing and many other fields.
Drawing from their experience in city of Kuching and Kuala Lumpur, as well as their home city, participants will have the opportunity to develop practical digital solutions in their chosen field.
Participants will get the chance to interact with the locals in the city and other international students in Swinburne Sarawak Campus, as well as with the University industry partners through study tours.
Upon satisfactory completion of the program, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Participation and a Certificate of Competencies in the field of training by Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus.
Visa and medical insurance
Participants to apply for an appropriate travel visa and insurance on their own.
– Course objectives, course outlines and project selection.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Welcome Reception Lunch
Class 2: Microcontroller & Cloud Computin
Study Tour 1:
Study Tour 2:
Study Tour 3:
Luncheon with researchers from the Centre for Digital Futures
Sarawak Cultural Village
Free & Easy (Bako National Park Trekking – Optional)
Project Final Presentation
Kuala Lumpur City Tour
Study Tour 4:
|Friday||Assignment Presentation||To Airport|
|Saturday/Sunday||Free & Easy|
Research Project Brief, Scoping & Implementation 1
|Saturday/Sunday||Free & Easy|
|Monday-Friday||Research Implementation 2, Research Paper Writing, Assessment|
1. The Study Tours are subject to availability
2. Project & Assignment will be formally assessed
3. Bako National Park is an RM300.00 per pax cost option. Option must be confirmed by Day 1
The training is framed by a project and a short assignment. These are the proposed project topics (more choices will be made available at Project Briefing & Selection):
– Entry requirement and application process.
As the main language of instruction is English, you will be required to be proficient in the language.