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Well rounded individuals with social-economics responsibility and strong MIB values

Teaching and Learning. Research. Community Engagement

Pushing all boundaries in collaboration

Diverse learning culture and stimulating environment

​To be amongst the best 10 universities for Engineering and Technology in Southeast Asia by 2018

Universiti Teknologi Brunei is an engineering and technology university in Brunei Darussalam that specializes in the niche areas of engineering, business and computing.

UTB was established as a higher learning institution in 1986 that offered Higher National Diploma programmes in Engineering, Business and Computing. These programmes are aimed at producing para-professionals for the industry. UTB’s ethos has always been based around the idea that effective instruction, hands-on approach and industry-based programmes equip students with fundamental knowledge, competence and marketable skills. This guiding principle has helped UTB produce graduates who are highly valued by local employers and readily accepted by universities in the UK, Australia and other countries where UTB students further their studies.

UTB was upgraded to a university in 2008, and since then, tremendous development has taken place including the expansion of its academic programmes portfolio, establishment of strategic partnerships with industries and universities, embarking on the process of programmes accreditation by professional bodies, and intensification of research activities.

Although UTB has moved towards offering undergraduate and graduate programmes starting from 2009, UTB continues to take pride in and maintain its successful hands-on approach in teaching and learning, and also the relevancy of its curricula to the needs of the industry.

In research, UTB is striving to become a university that can contribute to the enrichment of knowledge and the solving of contemporary issues through its research endeavours. UTB’s research efforts are focused along three research thrusts: Oil and Gas, Green Technology and Water. The UTB Centre for Transport Research (CfTR) was established to carry out research activities that include policy studies, transport modelling and intelligent transport system, and focuses on the areas of Transport Safety, Highway & Geotechnics, and Traffic. The Centre for Innovative Engineering aims to become a dynamic centre for multidisciplinary and innovative translational research.

Today in 2017, UTB is home to around 1,439 students and 241 staff including 134 academic staff. UTB has produced over 5,000 HND graduates and 500 degree graduates. Academic programmes are being offered by the Faculty of Engineering, School of Computing and Informatics, UTB School of Business and School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics. The Faculty of Engineering comprises of four programme areas: Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Petroleum & Chemical Engineering. The School of Computing and Informatics consists of three programme areas: Creative Computing, Computer Information Systems and Computer Network Security. Meanwhile, the UTB School of Business has three programme areas: Economics, Accounting and Management. The Centre for Communication, Teaching and Learning supports the faculty and schools in terms of students’ language proficiencies and soft skills development. School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics offer food science and technology, applied mathematics and economics.


Upholding the code of ethics governing our behaviour in all our endeavours.
To provide services with a high degree of professionalism in all aspects of our work.

An ability to bring creative ideas to life resulting in enhanced performance and growth through efficiency, quality and productivity.
To optimise the use of available resources.
To lead in research, teaching and learning.
To improve operational efficiency.

A strong work ethic encompassing trustworthiness, honesty, dependability and accountability.
Being impeccable and accountable with our actions creates respect and professionalism leading to an enhanced corporate image.

A strong drive to be intrinsically motivated and consistently committed to align, pursue and realise UTB's Vision and mission.
It creates a conviction and provides an impetus for excellence.

Establishing and enriching a constructive relationship with all stakeholders through constant and supportive communication.
To foster strong and sustainable relationships with stakeholders to accomplished the university's vision.

International Advisory Panel Committee (IAP) 

The International Advisory Panel Committee (IAP) is a selected group of people who act as informed advisors on issues of importance to the University as it continues to expand its international global scope and efforts. IAP provides advice and support in helping UTB maintain and enhance its position as one of the most forward looking global university of teaching, learning and research. IAP plays an important role in the strategy of the university. The members will help to shape university’s Vision and provide strategic advices.

Registrar and Secretary’s Office

The Office of the Registrar and Secretary plays an important role in supporting teaching and research of the university, by providing administrative services to staff as well as students. The university administration at the Registrar’s Office is led by the Registrar and Secretary, and assisted by two Deputy Registrars.

Registrar and Secretary (Retirement Leave)
Mrs. Jennifer Hiew Poh Yee
T: +673 2461034

Deputy Registrar (Administration)
Mr. Lim Chui Hua
T: +673 2461020-9 Ext 5155

Deputy Registrar (Academic)
Ms. Elizah binti Radin Mas Ismail
T: +673 2461020-9 Ext 5171

Estate’s Office

The role of Estate management is to provide, maintain and develop ITB Estate infrastructure to enable it to become sustainable, expandable, accessible, safe and versatile place for learning, teaching and research activities.

Muhd Robin Yong bin Abdullah
Acting Head of Estate
T: +673 2461029 Ext.1301/1312

Finance’s Office

The Finance Office is one of the University’s Administrative Section. It plays an important role to work on achieving the university’s strategic plan. The Finance office is mainly responsible to manage the University’s financial matters, budgeting, staff payroll and finance matters.
Finance office were subdivided into 3 units (1. Account, 2. Procurement and 3. Payroll) and operated by eight (8) staff with vision and mission which leads to provide quality financial services.

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Acting Bursar
Hamdani Hj Ibrahim
T: +673 2461029 Ext.5203

Planning and Development Office (PDO)

The PDO is established under Vice-Chancellor’s Office to overlook the 2013/18 Strategic Plan in achieving UTB’s vision. The office:
Informs, supports and coordinates the development and implementation of UTB strategic initiatives.
Informs the relevant Principal Officers of advice or decision made by Vice-Chancellor on matters related to implementation of their strategic initiatives or UTB vision.
Carries out task instructed by Vice-Chancellor on matters pertaining to Vision, Strategic Focus Areas, Strategic Objectives and Initiatives of UTB.
Makes recommendation to Vice-Chancellor on seminar, conferences, workshop, status and QS related matter.
Arranges meeting for the Assistance Vice Chancellor to report and make presentation to Vice Chancellor on strategic plan priorities, action plan and accomplishments.
Reviews the Strategic Plan and performance against key performance indicators for the UTB
Organises and recommends workshop, retreat, seminars and conferences related to UTB’s Strategic Plans 2013-2018.
Responds and liaise with Ministry of Education and other Government Ministry with matters pertaining to Nation Strategic Plan

Head of PDO
Dr. Lim Tiong Hoo
T: +673 2461029 Ext 1237

​Organization Structure
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​Upcoming Event 2018
Universiti Teknologi Brunei Convocation 2018
The Crown Prince Cipta Awards 2018

​Link to Universiti Teknologi Brunei Website