Fact Sheet for Student Exchange Programme

 

Academic Intake:

  • July 2022 – Undergraduate and Postgraduate
  • January 2023 – Postgraduate only

Academic Calendar:

  • July 2022 (Semester 1)
    Monday, 25th July 2022
  • January 2023 (Semester 2)
    Monday, 9th January 2023
 Exchange period:
  • 1 or 2 semesters
Prospectus:
Minimum number of credits:
  • Depends on the respective schools and faculties (please provide transcripts)
Application
Required Language Proficiency:

English Language as a medium of communication and lectures

Deadline for Nomination

2 months before the start of the semester:

 

July 2022 (Semester 1)

Deadline: 30 May 2022

 

January 2023 (Semester 2)

Deadline: 9 November 2022

 

 

 

The UTB Faculty of Engineering is the foremost provider of engineering higher education in Brunei Darussalam. It offers Bachelor of Engineering programmes in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering, and Petroleum Engineering.

The taught programmes in the Faculty of Engineering are designed to achieve accreditation by professional institutions under the UK Engineering Council. This is reflected by the successful accreditation of Civil Engineering programmes by the Joint Board of Moderators in 2017. This is important for international recognition and for the realisation of UTB’s vision to become a global university with meaningful and positive impacts on society.

For more details, please refer to Faculty of Engineering

UTB School of Business programmes are designed so that graduates will be equipped to cope with the challenges of a rapidly changing work environment. Teaching and learning are based on a balanced combination of knowledge acquisition, hands-on practice, and work experience. Besides, students will be able to develop the skills necessary to become effective entrepreneurs and innovators and to respond to the changing environmental and socioeconomic needs of the nation.


The combination of business studies and IT opens up a wide range of careers in the public and private sectors of the economy. The degrees also provide a platform for entrepreneurship and/or further study at the graduate level. UTB School of Business offers one undergraduate with six majors, and three graduate degree programmes under the following programme areas:
• Accounting
• Economics
• Management

For more details, please refer to UTB School of Business

 

The school is currently offering undergraduate programmes, postgraduate degrees by coursework, and by research, and customised short courses on a need basis. SCI is an Educational Affiliate of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Chartered Institute of IT, and three of its undergraduate programmes are accredited by BCS.

For more details, please refer to School of Computing and Informatics

 

The School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics provides innovative 3-year degree programmes in the fields of ‘Applied Mathematics and Economics’, ‘Agrotechnology (Minor in Business)’, ‘Food Science and Technology’ and ‘Mathematical Finance’. The curriculum of each programme aims to meet the educational and career needs of learners with benefits of technical competency, practical knowledge and applied skills.

The programmes are structured to have the required standard and quality to obtain accreditation from internationally recognised professional institutions. In addition to undergraduate degrees, the school also offers Masters and PhD degrees.

For more details, please refer to School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics.

UTB School of Design was introduced in 2018 offering two courses BSc (Honours) in Architecture and BSc (Honours) in Product Design, and a new addition of the BSc (Honours) in Fashion Design and Technology in 2021. The school offers engineering based and creative art-based modules through practical and theoretical approach. Teaching force consists of local and expatriate academics as well as experienced lecturers from industries. 

For more details, please refer to School of Design.

 

The Centre for Communication, Teaching and Learning (CCTL) is an independent centre in UTB that focuses on development of Communication Skills. In line with UTB’s aspiration to be a global university impacting society, CCTL has repositioned itself as a centre offering higher-order programmes in Communication Skills. The Centre consists of three respective areas:
- Communication
- Melayu Islam Beraja
- Teaching and Learning

For more details, please refer to Centre for Communication, Teaching and Learning