Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Higher Education (Government)

Technical & Engineering Colleges

Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College (MTSSR) and Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering (MKJB) are post-secondary institutions which equip secondary school leavers and working adults with technical skills and knowledge to meet the manpower needs of various industrial sectors. These institutions have well-established links with the private sector. They provide full time institutional training programmes which also incorporate apprenticeship programmes and work attachment in relevant industries.

More information on the colleges can be found at:

Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah College of Nursing

As a tertiary nursing and Midwifery educational institution, the college offers the Pre-Registration Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery which includes conversion programmes and Advanced Diploma in Nursing for registered nurses. Entrants will need to comply with a minimum requirement of 5 relevant ‘O’ level subjects.

Institut Teknologi Brunei (ITB)

The institute was set up to ensure a broad-based training for youths inclined towards practice-oriented studies at Higher National Diploma (HND)  level.  Geared towards people with ‘A’ level and Ordinary National Diploma (OND) qualifications, ITB also caters for in-service training and offers courses in Business & Finance, Computing & Information Systems, Communication and Computer Systems, and Electrical Power and Building Services Engineering.

More information on ITB can be found at:
 Universiti Brunei Darussalam(UBD)

Being the only university in the Sultanate, UBD’s roots date back to 1985. From a modest beginning, it has now grown to offer disciplines like the sciences, business, economics and policy studies, engineering, medicine and social sciences. The Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education (SHBIE) is a faculty within UBD which offers initial teacher training as well as in-service teacher training programmes.

More information on UBD can be found at: 

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