Industry 4.0, in the context of revolution, relates to changes in the industry but actually it does not begin or end with it. The most important in the whole process of digitization and intelligent solutions is the human factor. In fact, everything begins with it: design, creation, service and everything ends: implementation, interpretation of results, improvement through previous experiences. Therefore, what should the employee that will meet the challenges of the industrial revolution 4.0 be like? The objective of the paper is to create the profile of the employee 4.0 who, in the education process, uses learning methods and teaching concepts so that they could satisfy the requirements set by the revolutionized economy. The reference point will be the use of the research conducted by the consortium members under the project of MSIE-CBHE, which is Erasmus+Curriculum Development of Master’s Degree Program in Industrial Engineering for Thailand Sustainable Smart Industry (MSIE4.0) funded by the European Commission the authors of the publication also belong to.