The Industry and University cooperation program is a project of the Japanese Ministry of Education (Mombusho). The target objective of this program is the harmonization of university level educational research, society practice and practical business. The University of Electro-Communications has been appointed by Mombusho to fulfill some specific parts of this program. The authors report on their experience with the introduction of this program, its framework, settings, actual implementation and preliminary findings. The problems encountered are discussed, together with a number of solutions to assist good practice in the building of such an applied educational program. Career development, via acquiring of experience and knowledge in the field of information communication technology, is an important subject for the future information communication society. The program's starting courses involve this discipline. The lectures were focused on high information technology, large-scale information system planning and application, and network technology.