Globally, there's a growing consensus that an examination-centric education system, primarily focused on knowledge assessment, falls short in facilitating the deep internalization of learning. This observation is particularly pertinent when considering the attributes of the new generation. Engaging in project and product-based learning, which emphasizes experiential and hands-on approaches, has proven to be more effective in ensuring genuine learning experiences. Consequently, the relevance of traditional final exams in truly reflecting learning is under significant scrutiny. In line with this educational shift, MEF University adopted the "project and product-oriented education" model in 2019. This innovative approach allows MEF students to not only internalize their academic learnings but also to concretely apply and experience them in real-world contexts through doing authentic projects.