14-Week Short Courses

Centre for Lifelong Learning (C3L), UBD is offering short courses commencing in January 2017 as follows:

Multi-Disciplinary Areas Short Courses Modular Credits (MCs)
Business and Management Principles of Business and Management 4
Marketing Management 4
Electronic Business 4
Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation 4
Digital Technology Programming Fundamentals I 4

Financial Literacy

Introduction to Accounting 4
Introduction to Islamic Banking & Finance 4
Halal Industries Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence 4
Creative Industries Media Ethics 4
Tourism, Hospitality and Environment Tourism: Concepts and Models 4
Introduction to Renewable Energy 4

The credit units from short courses can be accumulated which can lead to Diploma or Bachelor degree programme.

Study Mode

Online and weekend or evening classes (called blended learning) throughout 14 weeks.

There will be increased use of online learning, rich online educational resources relevant to student learning, blended with more traditional face-to-face delivery.

Blended learning involves imaginative integration of face-to-face with online learning experiences. At UBD blended learning design will be focused on enabling a 'step change' in flexibility with campus, the workplace and online being one. At UBD we will explore new and innovative ways to combine face-to-face and online experiences seamlessly and coherently, in a manner that responds to the workplace in enabling 'Tomorrow's Professionals'.

Medium of instructions

English language.


Any interested parties may apply to take up the individual modules to be offered by C3L.


BND$500 per course. (It can be paid by monthly installment. The first installment is on 31st January 2017).

How to Apply

Please complete the  Application Form and send by Email to office.c3l@ubd.edu.bn or submit to:

Centre for Lifelong Learning (C3L),
Second Floor, ILIA Building,
Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

Jalan Tungku Link, BE 1410,
Brunei Darussalam.


Closing Date For Applications


15th January 2017

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