Jefri Bolkiah Engineering College

Jefri Bolkiah Engineering College is a further education college based in Kuala Belait, Brunei. Originally established in 1970 as an engineering craft trade school, in 1987 it was upgraded to a College of Engineering.

Departments Courses are offered through departments within the College organizational structure and these sections include :

• Building Services Engineering Dept

• Automotive (No longer available in MKJB)

• Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering Dept

• Welding and Metallurgy Engineering Dept (No longer available in MKJB)

• Process Engineering Dept

• Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Dept

• Computer & Network Engineering Dept

• Marine Engineering Dept

• Learning Centre which include:

• Ugama Section

• Mathematics Section

• Science Section

• English Section

• I.T Section

Programmes offered

The College offers a range technical engineering and ad hoc courses to meet the training demands of the public and private sectors of Brunei Darussalam economy. The College operates closely with the Brunei Shell Petroleum Training Centre at Seria.National Diploma level courses of 2½ years duration are offered on a sandwich basis and lead to the National Diploma. These courses include :

Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE)

• Electrical and Electronic Engineering (No longer offered in MKJB from 2011 onwards, Available at Nakhoda Ragam Vocational school, SVNR)

• Marine Engineering (ME)

• Computer & Network Engineering (CNE)

• Process Engineering (PE)

• Automotive Engineering (No longer offered in MKJB, available at Pusat Latihan Mekanikal)

• Building Services Engineering (BSE)

• Computer Engineering (CE)

• Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (MME)

• Fabrication and Welding Engineering (FWE)

• (MECHA)new course

The sandwich method of course delivery consists of alternate periods of instruction at the College and training with an employer on-the-job attachment (6 months).

Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering have phased out the NTC (National Trade Certificate) level in 2010 and thus now provides only BDTVEC (Brunei Darussalam Technical & Vocational Education Council) PND (Pre-National Diploma) & ND (National Diploma) for students who completed their BGCE 'O' & 'A' Level examinations.

The educational syllabus for a year is divided into 3 or 2 'Phase Test' (Varies for each subject) for student examination assessment.

Name (international): Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering

Name (local): Maktab Kejuruteraan Jefri Bolkiah

Type of Institution: College (Engineering School)

Address: Maktab Kejuruteraan Jefri Bolkiah ,Jalan Setia Negara

City: Kuala Belait

Postal Code: 6085

Phone: +673 03-331626 / 331634

Fax: +673 03-331630


Laksamana College of Business

The Laksamana College of Business (or LCB), (Malay: Kolej Perniagaan Laksamana) is an accredited educational institution in Brunei Darussalam. It was the first British college opening a campus as a foreign educational institution in the country through its partnership withKensington College of Business, United Kingdom and Abdul Razak Holdings, Brunei Darussalam.


History : The college was established in 2003 and officially launched on 18 March 2003 by Pehin Orang Kaya Indera Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Suyoi bin Haji Osman, the Deputy Ministry of Education.

Since its establishment the college has acted as a subsidiary college of the Kensington College of Business. During 2008 the college became an authorised IC3 centre and was entrusted by Edexcel BTEC to deliver IT programs from 2010 onwards.


According to Ranking Web of Universities, LCB is consistently ranked in the top 10 universities and colleges in Brunei Daurssalam. Currently, the college is ranked in the 5th in the country, and 18, 426 in accordance to the world ranking system (webometrics ranking).

Among other universities and colleges in Asia, LCB is placed in the 4,065; 13,642 for Global web rank and 10th place in the country.



LCB was originally a two-floors campus located at the AR Hotel Services Apartment, Plaza Abdul Razak, Jalan Laksamana in the heart of Bandar Seri Begawan.By 19 August 2009, the college made expansion of an additional floor (known as 3rd Floor).[5] Recently, the college also expanded its premise of having another floor (known as 2nd Floor) on 18 September 2013.


LCB is equipped with the top-of-the-notch infrastructure to satisfy the needs of the staffs and students. These are large upgraded library, computer areas, student lounge, Surau, cafes, multipurpose hall, multipurpose rooms,lecture rooms, lecture halls, computer labs, escalators and elevators. High-speed internet connections and other services (printing/photocopying) are available.

Leisure Cafes, food courts, restaurants, supermarkets & department stores, bowling center and banks are reachable nearby the LCB's campus.

Organisation and Structure Academic Faculties

The Laksamana College of Business main programs are:

• Business Studies (Business)

• Information Technology (Computing)

• Hospitality Management (Management)


Two main routes are available for those who want to pursue a career in Business fields as following:

• A Bachelor's Degree (BA) awarded by a university

• Professional Qualifications awarded by Kensington College of Business conducted and delivered by Laksamana College of Business namely KCB Certificate, Diploma, Advance Diploma and Higher Diploma which train the students for specific career in Administration, Marketing, Finance and any services.

The completion of education can be achieved by taking a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science.

Cambridge International Diploma in Business Studies Pre-University University of Cambridge International Examinations, United Kingdom
University Foundation Course in Business Studies Pre-University Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
BA Common Year One in Business First Year Undergraduate Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
BA (Hons) in Business Studies Undergraduate Universityof Wales, United Kingdom
Diploma in Accounting LCCI Level 3 Diploma London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Kingdom
Diploma in Marketing LCCI Level 3 Diploma London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Kingdom
Diploma in Marketing LCCI Level 3 Diploma London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Kingdom
Diploma in Business and Administration LCCI Level 3 Diploma London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Kingdom
National Certificate in Business BTEC Edexcel Level 2 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
National Diploma in Business Studies BTEC Edexcel Level 3 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
National Diploma in Hospitality Management BTEC Edexcel Level 3 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Certificate in Computing BTEC Edexcel Level 4 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Certificate in Systems Development BTEC Edexcel Level 4 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma in Computing BTEC Edexcel Level 5 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma in Systems Development BTEC Edexcel Level 5 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma in Accounting BTEC Edexcel Level 5 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma in Marketing BTEC Edexcel Level 5 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management BTEC Edexcel Level 5 Business and Technology Education Council, United Kingdom
KCB Certificate in Business Management KCB Professional Course Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
KCB Diploma in Business Management KCB Professional Course Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
KCB Advanced Diploma in Business Management KCB Professional Course Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
KCB Higher Diploma in Business Management KCB Professional Course Kensington College of Business, United Kingdom
Internet Computing Core Certification (IC3) Short Course IC3, United Kingdom
Microsoft Office Specialist Short Course Microsoft Office
CompTIA Network+ Certification Short Course CompTIA, United Kingdom


All academic pathway programs (Business and Information Technology) delivered by the college are accredited by the Ministry of Education and Brunei Darussalam National Accreditation Council. The professional pathway programs (Business) delivered by Laksamana College of Business through Kensington College of Business are not accredited by the Ministry of Education and Brunei Darussalam National Accreditation Council. However, the qualifications are internationally and widely recognised by universities in the UK for admission into the Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree.The computer systems and all relevant matters at Laksamana College of Business have been inspected and assured by the Microsoft Office. Also, the college has been authorised as an IC3 (Internet and Computing Certification) centre.All study materials are inspected by the Ministry of Education and quality assured by Kensington College of Business

Sekolah Vokaslonal Nakhoda Ragam

The Nakhoda Ragam Vocational School is an institution which teaches technical programmes suitable for the socio-economic needs of Brunei Darussalam. The main aim of the programmes offered is to produce both a skilled and semi-skilled workforce in the technical and vocational fields. It is also hoped that the students will have the appropriate qualification to pursue further education.To facilitate the implementation of these programmes, a number of basic facilities such as building construction workshop, electrical and electronics workshops, computer and language labs have been made available. Apart from this, classrooms, a library, hostel, a surau, canteen and a multipurpose hall are also available.

Electrical and Electronic department

The courses offered by Electrical and Electronics Department are as follows :-

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Electrical

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Consumer Electronics

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Electrical

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Consumer Electronics

National Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Course contents :

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Electrical :-

Electrical Principles

Measure electrical quantities

Wire electrical Installation

Install single-phase electrical machines/equipment

Repair Domestic Appliances

Maintain/Repair Electrical Equipment


National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Consumer Electronics :-

Electrical Principles

Electronic Principles

Electrical and Electronic Measuring Instruments

Electronic Workshop Practice


Radio Principles

Television System

Antenna System


National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Electrical :-

Electricity and basic electronics

Electrical wiring and installation

Circuit protection

Earthing systems

Measuring Instruments and Measurements

Electrical machines and motor starters


Troubleshooting and maintenance


National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Consumer Electronics :-

Electrical Principles

Electronic Principles

Test, Measurement and Diagnosis


Radio Principles

Television System

Installation Radio and Television Antennae


National Trade certificate Grade 3 :-

The related general studies subjects are:

Computer applications

Technical drawing

Language and communication

Science and technology


Basic Business Enterprise skills


National Trade certificate Grade 2 :-

The related general studies subjects are:

Language and Communication


National Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering :-

Course Outline:

Year 1

Electrical & Electronic Principles 1

Microelectronics System 1

Digital Electronics 1

Analogue Electronics 1

Language & Communication for ND

Applied Computing

Mathematics for ND1

Electrical Wiring & Installation

Electrical Power Engineering 1

Year 2

Analogue Electronics 2

Digital Electronics 2

Electrical & Electronic Principles 2

Microprocessor Systems 2

Mathematics for ND2

Electrical Power Engineering 2

Power Electronics

Electrical Machine controls


Building and Construction Department

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Bricklaying and Concreting

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Bricklaying and Concreting

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Carpentry and Joinery

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Carpentry and Joinery

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Furniture and Cabinet Making

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Furniture and Cabinet Making

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Painting and Decorating

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Painting and Decorating

National Trade certificate Grade 3 in Plumbing

National Trade certificate Grade 2 in Plumbing

National Diploma in Interior Design

National Diploma in Property Management

National Diploma in Geomatics

National Diploma in Construction

Institute Technology Brunei

ITB offers Higher National Diplomas and undergraduate degree programmes in the fields of Engineering, Business and Computing. Programmes are offered in the areas of Business, Computing and Information Systems, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Petroleum and Chemical Engineering. Since 1986, ITB has focused on meeting the national manpower needs by enrolling a high percentage of local Bruneian students. However, a small percentage of international students have been and are currently enrolled in ITB programmes. Through its international outreach activities, Queens University Belfast (United Kingdom), the University of New South Wales (Australia), Shell International Exploration & Production (Singapore), Brunei Shell Petroleum and Brunei Liquified Natural Gas are now among those universities and industries affiliated as partners of ITB to collaborate in education and R&D activities.

ITB is also one of the 19 Member Institutions (MIs) of the ASEAN University Network for the South East Asia Engineering Education Development Network (AUNSEED/Net) and is actively involved and participated in some of its programmes and activities. ITB’s internationalization programmes and activities are being expanded. Links with industries and universities internationally are being pursued and new programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels will be introduced in the near future which will steer ITB towards placing itself on equal footing with other internationally recognized universities. ITB welcomes more international students as part of its internationalization programmes.ITB philosophy encompasses the belief that quality education and training will give opportunities for individuals to develop their talents, realize their potential to the fullest and nurture positive attitudes and values consistent with those inherent in the National Malay Islamic Monarchy Philosophy.

It is only through effective instruction, practical-oriented and industry-based programmes that students will be endowed with fundamental knowledge, competence and marketable skills. This philosophy which acts as a guiding principle in its operation has helped ITB in producing graduates who are highly valued by local employers and readily accepted by universities in the United Kingdom, Australia and other countries where some of ITB studentsto further their studies.

A considerable number of ITB graduates is also employed by international companies. Currently, ITB has about 122 academic staffs of which about 30% are highly qualified and experienced expatriates originating from more than 10 countries worldwide and the remaining are local Bruneians with high and internationally recognized qualifications. There are currently more than 50 engineering and specialized computer laboratories available on campus. ITB has just over 1400 students which comprise of 49% male and 51% female (GPI = 1.03). To date, ITB has produced about 2900 HND graduates and 103 of the Civil Engineering twinning degree students have graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)/Master of Engineering (MEng) qualification from Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom in a variety of specializations.

ITB also provides expert services locally and internationally. These services are for the development of the Vocational and Technical Education sector, SEAMEO VOCTECH Regional Centre, Capacity Building programmes for CLMV Countries, ISESCO and UNESCO. Consultancy services for Industries and Communities such as Materials Testing & Certification, Professional Development Programme for Brunei Engineers, Short Courses, Product Development, Industry-tailored academic programmes such as Part-Time programmes, Industry-tailored research projects such as market surveys and others, as per the needs of industry, are also available utilizing the existing expertise and facilities.

Address:Mukim Gadong A, BE1410, Brunei

Phone:+673 2461020, 2461021-2461029

Fax: +673 2461035, 2461036

Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College

Welcome to the official web site of Maktab Teknik Sultan Saiful Rijal (Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College) or MTSSR for short. The institution was established in 1985 as a result of a merger between the Sekolah Bangunan Sultan Saiful Rijal (1970) and the Pusat Latehan Teknikal Brunei (1977).

The College is directly under the Technical Education Department, Ministry of Education. The Principal reports to the Director of Technical Education Department (for detailed Department of Technical Education Organisation Chart.Internally, the Principal is responsible for the College administration. The Principal is assisted by two Deputy Principals; Deputy Principal (Administration) and Deputy Principal (Education & Training), and supported by Head of Department.The College is one of the fastest growing technical institutions in Brunei Darussalam.Today, MTSSR is a full-fledged premier technical institution offering a wide range of courses in vocational and technical field.

Aircraft Department: The Aircraft Department has been in operation at MTSSR since 1982 when it was known formally as 'Aircraft Section' under the administration of Mechanical Department. The main aim of establishing Aircraft Section at that time was solely for providing a training avenue of human resource development for the local aviation industry. The Royal Brunei Armed Forces and the Royal Brunei Airlines were the main clients for courses offered. The syllabus was based mainly on the British Civil Aviation Requirement Section L and was suitably tailored to meet the requirements of these organizations. The Aircraft Department has undergone many changes and transformations since its establishment over twenty nine years ago, both in the course contents and methods of delivery of courses.

Physical Resources

• 5 Class Rooms

• Computer Based Training Laboratory

• Aircraft System servicing bay

• Engine Workshop

• Aircraft Instrument room

• Electrical / Electronics Laboratory

• General Workshop / Sheet Metal Workshop

• Tool Store

• Training Aids bay*

• Training Aircraft**

• Compressed air supply

• 28V DC and 115V/200V 3-Phase 400Hz aircraft supplies to appropriate workshops and laboratories

COMPUTING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CIT) DEPARTMENT: The Computing and Information Technology department is one of the 10 departments in MTSSR. Our department is located in the western end of the 10 hectares campus. Our mission has not changed since its inception in January 1985: "To generate creative and innovative IT professionals needed in our educational, governmental and industrial development”. Previously, the department was known as "Computer Department". The new name of the department was officiated since July 14, 2001.The department is committed to providing a balanced curriculum and to maintaining an environment that encourages excellence, varied approaches to teaching and learning style, critical and independent thinking, and mutual respect for all the people and cultures of Brunei. A dedicated team of staff members provides instructions in a caring, intellectually stimulating environment that addresses societal and technological changes as they impact on students' needs.

Furthermore, the department is committed to developing partnership programmes with other organisations and industries to expand educational opportunities for our students. The department also undertakes consultancy and system development project with external organisations. We also conduct Short IT courses for general public.

Aims and Objectives:

• To meet the technical and human resource needs of Brunei Darussalam

• To provide quality education in IT

• To promote access to higher education and IT professions, and businesses

• To contribute to economic development and social welfare through research, public services and outreach programmes


• The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was one of the founding departments of Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College which was established in 1988.

• The Electrical & Electronic Engineering Department is committed to train technicians for careers in the electrical and electronic industries, civil service, the oil industry, the Armed Forces. The department is one of the largest departments in the College and it has the privilege of having an exclusive building for its academic activities. The number of graduates has steadily increased over the years, from the first intake to about 250 today. The total number of graduates since the formation of the department is more than 3000.

• The Department is well equipped with a large number of both general and specialized laboratories to provide hands on activities for students. Through the courses, students will be involved in a wide range of practical ranging from simple investigation on electrical and electronic circuits and devices to troubleshooting of such devices, and the building of more complex final year project. Students will undergo a six-month industrial training at the end of the second year.

• Every effort is made to update courses and facilities to prepare students for ever changing industrial needs. As a result of it, a new course namely Electronics and Computer Engineering has been approved by the Ministry of Education and its first intake is likely to be in July 2007. This is in response to the demand for computer maintenance technicians in government and private industries. The department is further pursuing for offering highly demanded courses in the Brunei context such as Electrical Power and Building Services, Instrumentation and Control etc.

• The department has a full-time faculty of more than 25 academic staff members with broad and varied background and strong research and professional expertise. They are supported by some technical and administrative staff members. Apart from teaching the diploma courses, faculty members are active in research and development, engaging in a broad range of collaborations with renowned industries in homeland and overseas. This is one of the departments with staff members periodically updating their academic qualification through higher education and expertise through seminars/conferences/workshops.

• Apart from the 2-years Diploma courses, the department is continuously running short courses for technical / non-technical candidates since 1996. These courses are well-received by in-service personnel and general public.

Address:Spg. 347 Jalan Pasar Baharu Gadong, Brunei DarussalamBE1310

Phone:+673-2462000, 2462000 106 / 8738393

Fax: +673-2462233, 2462233 / 2462244

Micronet International College

MICRONET INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE was established in December 1989 to cater for end user training and higher learning education in Negara Brunei Darussalam. It is a 100% local owned company which was incorporated independently at No 11 & 12, Kompleks Haji Tahir 2, Sungai Gadong Menglait.

Micronet International College was the first private school (formerly known as Micronet Computer School ) registered and approved by the Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam to offer computer courses. The primary objective is to assist the local industries to enhance the IT Knowledge and skills of their employee.

Armed with the objective of providing computer literacy to the widest spectrum of people in the region, Micronet International College offers the widest range of computer courses varying from computer application training to professional examination and diploma / advanced diploma courses. MICRONET occupies a public space, with community expectations of a broader contribution to intellectual, social and economic life. Our nationally significant sport collections and related activities support teaching and research in the college.Many of these resources are available to a broader through education programs and public-access events on campus.

The quality of you to be here in Micronet is a combination of Information Technology (IT) to create the programme that will suit with strengths and guide you to achieve your goals.

• offering an inspiring student experience

• making a strong international impact

• enabling and valuing innovation, enterprise and creativity.

Applications should be made directly to the College. For further details please contact our Admissions Office. There are forms that must be completed as part of the application process for full-time or part-time study at Micronet.The classes are interactive with small groups of students, and cover topics such as time management, critical thinking, essay writing and exam preparation. In some cases the Admissions Officer may require students to complete this module as a condition of acceptance but for others this is an optional module.

Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas

Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas (Berakas Sixth Form Centre) commonly referred to by its acronym "PTEB", was a government-run sixth form centre in Brunei Darussalam, located in Lambak Kiri. PTEB, opened in November 2005. Students studied towards Cambridge 'A' and 'AS' level qualifications.

Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas ceased operations on 14 March 2009. Staff and students were relocated to a new campus in Kampong Meragang. The new campus is called Pusat Tingkatan Enam Meragang. The Lambak Kiri campus is now home to a new secondary school and has been named Sekolah Menengah Lambak Kiri (Lambak Kiri Secondary School).The PTE Berakas Alumni remains active. It has been incorporated into the PTE Meragang Alumni.

Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas was established to provide sixth form education in Negara Brunei Darussalam. The centre opened its doors on 26 November 2005, initially with just 391 students. PTE Berakas accommodated just over 1000 students in 2007, comprising both upper and lower sixth forms. The student population numbered over 1100 when it relocated to Kampong Meragang.

Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas covered a land area of 6 hectares; the construction of which cost more than 12 million Brunei Dollars. The average number of teaching staff at Pusat Tingkatan Enam Berakas hovered around 100; consisting of a mix of Bruneians and expatriates. There were 19 support staff members assigned to different duties around the centre.The centre had a variety of teaching and learning facilities including 42 classrooms, 14 science labs, 3 computer labs, 2 art studios, 1 language lab and 1 lecture room.

In addition to the labs and classrooms designed for teaching, the centre also had rooms intended for administration purposes. An illustration of these Administration rooms are those such as the conference room, offices for the principal, the deputy principals and the senior masters and mistresses, plus rooms intended for careers, student welfare and counselling sections.This centre also provided rooms for students’ use such as a library and a student council room. Other facilities included prayer rooms, canteen, a large multi-purpose hall, a futsal court and a court for basketball, netball and volleyball games.

Address: Simpang 637-84. Skim Tanah Kurnia Rakyat Jati (STKRJ) Lambak Kiri BB1114, Berakas Negara Brunei Darussalam.

University of Brunei Darussalam

University Brunei Darussalam accommodates more than 300 academic staff and 2,800 students in seven faculties, namely Arts and Social Sciences, Business, Economics and Policies Studies, Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Institute of Islamic Studies, Science, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, Academy of Brunei Studies and Institute of Medicine. The Institute of Medicine, Universiti Brunei Darussalam was inaugurated in September 2000. A 3 year flagship programme of the Institute of Medicine, UniversitiBrunei Darussalam leading to Bachelor of Health Science (Medicine) will allow the student to proceed to one of the partner medical schools in the United Kingdom and Australia in order to obtain an internationally recognized medical degree. After successful completion in the PMS, the student will be awarded the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB, MBBS or MD) by the partner medical school. Students from the Institute of Medicine are posted to RIPAS Hospital in various departments including the department of orthopaedic surgery. Doctors from the department of orthopaedic surgery deliver lectures in the University and conducts bedside and clinical teaching in the theatre and outpatient department.


University Brunei Darussalam was established in 1985, only a year after the country regained full independence, with an intake of 176 students. In 1988, the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education was merged into the university.

International Students:

UBD opened its doors to international students from its inception. Early on the majority of international students at UBD were from ASEAN countries. Today there is greater diversity with more students coming from East Asia (China and Japan), Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Faculties and Institutes :

There are twelve academic faculties and institutes that have been established in the university:

There are twelve academic faculties and institutes that have been established in the university:

• Academy of Brunei Studies

• Continuing Education Centre

• Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

• Faculty of Business, Economics and Policy Studies

• Faculty of Science

• Faculty of Integrated Technologies

• Institute for Leadership, Advancement and Innovation

• Institute of Asian Studies

• Institute of Policy Studies

• Language Centre

• Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences

• Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education

• Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Centre for Islamic Studies

Religious Teachers University College of Seri Begawan

Religious Teachers University College of Seri Begawan (Kupu SB) was established at the beginning of the New Year 1428 Hijrah corresponding to January 20, 2007, the following declaration of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah son of the late Al-Sultan Haji Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in conjunction with the king early New Year Hijrah 1428. He has decreed for the upgrade to the University College of the Religious Teachers College. Kupu SB intended to be a superior religious teaching institution, the pride of the country, meet the needs of the country and was ready to open its doors to overseas students.

In early August 2007, the Kupu SB has started her studies in the program:

• Bachelor of Religious Teachers (Ushuluddin)

• Bachelor of Religious Teachers (Shariah),

• Highest Diploma in Religious Teaching (Ushuluddin)

• Highest Diploma in Religious Teaching (Syariah)

• Religious Teaching Diploma (Ushuluddin)

• Diploma in Religious Teaching (Syariah) and

• Post Graduate Diploma in Religious Teaching.

The establishment represents a unique landmark with upholding Islamic learning and teaching religious scriptures of knowledge turath Malays. At this time moths SB has three Faculties: the Faculty of Ushuluddin, Faculty of Shariah and the Faculty of Education, and five centers, namely the Core Knowledge Centre, Centre, Centre for Postgraduate Studies and Research, Centre for Research Understanding Waljama'ah Sunni and Multimedia Center and Technology.Based on the integration of knowledge, training, research, service, technology and holistic self-identity, as expressed in its founding mission, Kupu SB will stand proudly and be recognized as an institution of higher learning that national pride of international fame.

Publishing Center College of Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University was established to disseminate experience, research and writing academic members of the university community in particular and society as well as regional Brunei Darussalam in general. Publishing Centre took the initiative to make academic writings as a potential manuscript for publication


• Publishes educational materials are scholars and scholars of Brunei Darussalam graduates and overseas.

• Handle publication of books, journals, proceedings and newsletters.

• Handle publication miscellaneous works such as books programs, brochures, certificates and others.

• Plan and determine the production of books.

• Collect, evaluate, edit, check the ingredients to be published.

• Promoting published books Religious Teachers University College of Seri Begawan local and international level.


• Encourage each member of the College's academic Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University specifically to research, write and publish their research results.

• Publish quality academic books, particularly in the field of education and teaching religion in Malay, English and Arabic.

• Providing thoughtful comments and information on a topic or issue of the Journal of Teacher education through published once a year.

• Delivering the latest news and events information Kupu SB through the College newsletter published periodically (biennial).

Name (international): Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University College

Name (local): Kolej Universiti Perguruan Ugama Seri Begawan (KUPU SB)

Address: KM 2 Jalan Tutong

City: Bandar Seri Begawan

Postal Code: BA 2111

Phone: +673 222 5227

Fax: +673 222 5226


University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali

University Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (Abbreviation: UNISSA) is Brunei's second university. It was established in 2007 as an Islamic university.

The idea of an a second university in Brunei was suggested by the Sultan in 2004 at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam's 16th convocation and in 2005 he made clear at the 17th convocation that the new university would be an Islamic university. The overall aim of the new university is to become a centre for the spread of Islam in the region. The University took its name from Sharif Ali who was the first sultan to embrace Islam and the first to build a mosque in Brunei.The first intake of students joined in August 2007 when 152 students were accepted for the programmes. 125 were undergraduates, 26 Masters students and one was following a PhD. On its launch UNISSA absorbed staff and students from the Sultan Hj Omar Ali Saifuddien Islamic Education Institute (IPI SHOAS) which was until that point part of Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

In February 2009 the University proposed a move to a new campus in Gadong at the former Rashidah Sa'adatul Nursing College to allow more room for academic expansion, employment of staff and better facilities.

Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University (UNISSA) is a university located in the city of Gadong, Brunei Darussalam in the country of Brunei Darussalam. For information on available university courses, area of studies, tuition fees, admission, facilities and services please contact the Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University (UNISSA) directly or visit the official website of the university.

Name ( International ):Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University (UNISSA)


Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University (UNISSA)

Spg. 347 Jalan Pasar Baharu

BE1310 Gadong, Brunei Darussalam

Telephone:+673-2462000, 2462000 106 / 8738393

Fax:673-2462233, 2462233 / 2462244


Jerudong International School opened its primary school on 15 January 1997 and the secondary school, six months later, on 8 July 1997. Since its beginnings, JIS’s student roll, boarding and day facilities have expanded significantly.

JIS is now a well established school with a sound academic reputation. It provides a broad liberal education in the best traditions of independent schools. According to the report issued by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in May 2007, it serves its pupils well. The School is a member of the Federation of British International Schools in South East Asia (FOBISSEA) and the Incorporated Association of Preparatory Schools (IAPS). The Principal is a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) and joined the executive committee of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) in 2008. The School is also a member of the Boarding Schools Association (BSA). In 2009, JIS became a full, accredited member of COBIS. JIS offers the British international curriculum and prepares students for GCSEs, a few IGCSEs, A-levels and introduced the International Baccalaureate, in August 2011. JIS has always been very much involved in the wider Bruneian community and parents are extremely supportive. JIS takes very seriously the statement that it is an international school and seeks to promote understanding of the wide variety of cultural traditions and beliefs represented in the school. It encourages debate about international affairs, the environment, modern history, global health issues and the development of a common international culture. The school prides itself on the interaction and friendship between young people of different ethnic groups and strives to promote international understanding in a practical and tangible way.

A strong emphasis is placed upon academic work and many pupils have been successful in gaining places at top universities overseas including; Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, LSE, Imperial College, Australian National University, National University of Singapore, Melbourne and Cornell. A broad range of extra-curricular activities is offered and pupils participate in sporting, musical and dramatic events. The atmosphere is liberal, but well disciplined.


Jerudong International School prides itself on the academic achievements of its students. The School’s motto is “Achieving Excellence” and we encourage our students to do their very best in their academic studies.

In the Junior School, the students progress from the Early Learning Goals from the UK to a curriculum incorporating the best of the British National Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum so that studies are interesting and relevant to our students who come from such a wide range of nationalities and cultures.

The Middle Years presents the opportunity for students to explore the range of subjects based on but not limited by the British National Curriculum in a wide yet rigorous curriculum. Towards the end of the Middle Years, parents can, if they wish, enter their children into academic competitions such as that run by the University of New South Wales International Competition and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) in four subjects - Computer Skills and English. JIS students who have entered these competitions have performed superbly.

The Upper Years are a time for preparing students for the British external examinations and assessment, yet exam results are not the sole focus. We want to nurture and develop students with a passion to learn about the world around them.

General GCSE Results Summary

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
A*/A % 35% 37% 46% 56% 53% 53.9%
A*/B % 64% 64% 74% 82% 79% 81.7
A*/C % 86% 88% 92% 95% 93% 95.8

Academic Curriculum

Nursery up to Year 6 guides students on a programme of structured learning, play and discovery. In the Early Years we begin by incorporating the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and from Year 1 onwards include relevant aspects of the British National Curriculum. These curricula have been adapted and enhanced for our international setting.

Early Years : Ages 2 to 5

Our Early Learning Goals aim to develop the whole child at a pace that is suitable for them. From Nursery, Kindergarten to Reception the children learn from experimenting and interacting in a supportive, engaging environment. They thrive on teamwork, decision-making and problem-solving activities. Making friends, learning about care, respect and consideration for others are paramount. These early years have a crucial role in fostering intellectual, physical and emotional progress as students are encouraged to grow creatively, to acquire confidence and develop effective personal and social skills.

In Reception, the early elements of reading, writing and mathematics are introduced to provide a strong foundation for entry into Year 1. Our Reception students also continue their creative, social and physical development through the experience of arts and crafts, a foreign language, music and physical education.

In the early days of schooling, parental involvement is vital and parents are welcome to join trips and fun days. They can also meet informally with teachers at the start and end of the day and at pre-arranged times after school.

Junior Years 1 – 6 Ages 6 to 11 From Years 1 – 6, the curriculum helps to develop the student’s knowledge and understanding across the subjects ensuring progression in terms of content, skills and the development of research strategies. The use of the International Primary Curriculum ensures a cross curricular, internationally minded approach. There is also an increased focus on Science and the advancement of ICT applications. Students are expected to take a more active role in planning programmes of work as well as acquiring a sense of responsibility and autonomy in preparation for transition to Senior School. They are encouraged to be creative, independent thinkers and self-motivated learners.

A broad curriculum of some twelve subjects is offered which includes:

English,Mathematics ,Science ,Information and Communication Technology ,Design Technology, Geography ,History, P.E, Swimming and Games, Art ,Music, Modern Foreign Languages ,Personal, Social and Health Education

These are supported by the enrichment programme.

Co-Curricular Activities

Our programme of Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) offers students an opportunity to take part in a variety of activities led by well qualified and dedicated staff. Each term students make their selections based on the long list of activities on offer. The majority take place at school; however, there are quite a few off site options where school buses provide transport. There are different time slots for each round of activities based on the end of the school day with a dedicated Pre-Prep (Reception – Year 2) slot running from 2.10pm until 3.00pm. CCAs for Prep (Years 3 – 6) children begin at 3.10pm.

The promotion of essential physical and personal skills such as communication, cooperation and problem solving skills form the focus of the Co-Curricular Activities programme. The exciting range of activities encourages pupils to become enthused by skills and hobbies and to willingly offer input, challenge their understanding and stretch their imagination.

Sporting Activities :

The programme of sports activities includes: team sports, swimming lessons, competitive squad training, coaching sessions, fixtures, sports play days and sports tours.

Musical Activities :

Our Music activities programme includes: choirs, recorder groups and workshops. Individual music tuition is available for a varied selection of instruments ranging from the cello to the traditional Bruneian Gamelan.

Drama and Dance :

Our Dance and Drama activities include drama and dance lessons, theatre sports and opportunities to participate in or support performances.


Ugama lessons are also run on site for Muslim students and are communicated through the medium of Bahasa Melayu

After School Care

Students who remain at school after 2.00pm also have the opportunity to join the After School Care Club which is open from 2.00 to 5.30pm Monday to Thursday. Here there is a wide variety of opportunities for them to play with others, use the computers or do some cookery.


Pupils are also invited to read and study in the Junior Library and to make the most of our extensive book and publications collection.

Welcome to Admissions and Registration

Welcome to Admissions and Registration at Jerudong International School (JIS), Brunei Darussalam. JIS offers an international, British style education to over 1600 students aged from 2 years to 18 years from 51 different countries. Our school year starts in late August and ends early July. However, we welcome enquiries from families throughout the academic year. We recognise that families coming from different countries may need to start during the school year on occasion and we will try our very best to work with you to ensure your child quickly adjusts and settles into school life.

This section explains how students are placed into academic year groups and what the admissions process is for different age students. It contains an online enquiry form, downloadable application forms, details of the curriculum for different age groups, the tuition fees and has a question and answer area for Frequently Asked Questions. If you are applying for a Boarding place, we will explain about the process here too.

Information important once your child has received a confirmed offer to enrol at Jerudong International School is also available here such as school uniform details, stationery packs and lists of required textbooks. Non Bruneian students who are registered at JIS are required to have a Student Pass and further information about this can also be found within this section.

Moving school is a big decision and can be quite stressful especially if you are moving from overseas, when finding the right school for your son or daughter will be one of your highest priorities. The Admissions team are here to do everything we can to help your child’s smooth transition. During term time, the Admissions Office is open from 7.30am – 3.30pm, Monday to Friday and with reduced staffing from 8am to 2pm, Monday to Friday during school holidays. (NB. The School closes every Friday from 12 noon - 2pm.)

Please feel most welcome to come and visit our wonderful school. We just ask that you contact us in advance to arrange such a visit so that we can ensure we are available to assist you and show you around. We encourage families to apply as early as possible, as from time to time we do experience waiting lists in some Year groups. We look forward to hearing from you!

Corporate Fees

Corporate fees are for those parents whose employers have agreed to pay for their child’s education as part of their contract. Parents should bring a letter from their employer to the School Accounts Department who will liaise directly with the employer to arrange payment of the School Fees. Usually parents will need to pay for uniform, stationery, textbooks and any school trips separately. Receipts will be issued for these so if eligible, you will be able to claim this back from your employer.

Non corporate fees

Non corporate fees are for those parents whose fees are not fully subsidized by their company.

There are two different rates – for Bruneian citizens and non Bruneian citizens. For more information, contact the Accounts Department on +673 241 1000 ext 1311/1314 or email

Student Pass

All non Bruneian students are required by the Brunei Government to have a Student Pass in order to study in Brunei.

For students resident in Brunei (up to 18 years of age)

The process for getting a Student Pass is as follows:

1. JIS will need a copy of the passport page showing the work permit for the parent who is employed to work in Brunei and the parent's passport information page.

2. JIS will also need a copy of the passport page of your child showing the Dependent Pass. This is usually issued at the same time or soon after the work permit has been issued. JIS will also need a copy of the child's passport information page.

3. JIS will then take these copies together with a special application form endorsed by the school and countersigned by the Principal to the Ministry of Education. The Ministry of Education will then issue a form on three different coloured papers (white, green and pink) to JIS.

4. JIS will pass the form on the three coloured papers (white, green and pink) to the parents. The parents will then need to take their passports, the student passport and the three coloured papers (white, green and pink) to the Immigration Department. The Immigration Department will endorse the three forms and also the student passport. The white and green forms will be returned to the parents. Immigration will retain the pink form.

1. The parent must give the endorsed green form to JIS so that confirmation of the student pass can be formally recorded. Students may not commence studies without a valid Student Pass. The white form is the parent’s personal copy.

For non Bruneian students resident in Brunei who are 18 years of age or above

When a student reaches their 18th birthday, they are no longer a Dependent, so their Dependent Visa and Student Pass will be cancelled.

There is a different process for students who are 18 years old as they will need a Student Visa, which is issued by the Immigration Department.

JIS recommends that the simplest way to obtain a Student Visa is to retain the services of an agent to process the Student Visa. If parents email they can receive more information, or, contact the School Admissions Office.

For weekly boarding students who are usually resident outside Brunei

The application process for Boarding House students whose family resides outside of Brunei (e.g. Miri or Labuan) is handled by an agent retained by the School. The agent charges a fee in addition to the cost of the Student Pass.

Parents who would like the advice or assistance of the agent can email for more information, or, contact the Admissions Office.

Boarding Welcome

Jerudong International School offers exceptional purpose designed weekly boarding facilities for students in a spacious, secure, modern and above all caring environment. It is one of the best boarding facilities in South East Asia and is a vibrant, busy and wonderful place for children to live and work. Located a five minute walk from the teaching facilities, yet secure within the campus grounds. Boarding at Jerudong International School is flourishing and resident male and female boarders are divided amongst five houses: Eagle, Ibis, Kingfisher, Hornbill and Osprey. There are currently two male boarding houses and three female, catering for students from Year 7 to Year 13. As far as possible, students of similar ages are roomed together, each House with a range of approximately 64 students in rooms of one, two, three, four or five according to age.

The purpose built accommodation is located on the extensive school campus within easy walking distance to all of the school facilities. JIS provides excellent five day accommodation. A fleet of buses transport boarders to and from the Brunei towns of Mumong, Seria and Kuala Belait and also the town of Miri just across the border in Sarawak, on Friday afternoon and returns them each Sunday evening. Each boarding house has student lounges/common rooms, kitchens and in-situ accommodation for a live-in tutors/ Matrons. There are modern computer study rooms for boys and for girls in which they undertake their evening’s homework in a single-sex setting with plenty of staff supervision. These computers are also available for recreational use and sixth formers have access to ample WiFi coverage for use with their own personal laptops. There is a central dining room in which boarders can eat and socialise, savoring food cooked by our specialist caterers from the Empire Hotel and Country Club. There are music practice rooms, prayer rooms, medical recovery rooms and a residential nurse for those out-of-hours emergencies. Boarders are also able to gain maximum use from the school sports facilities during their recreation time both before and after school.

Every student is furnished with a full set of bedroom furniture and linen though many choose to personalise their bedroom space with their own bedding from home, as well as posters and family photos. In addition to the residential tutors and Matrons, each house also has a live in housemaster or housemistress.

Contact Information

Anne Dickinson (Senior Registrar)

Adinah Salleh (Registrar)

Suriani Kadir (Assistant Registrar)


Tel: +673 241 1000 Ext 1206 / 7100 / 1214

Address for Courier:

Jerudong International School

Jalan Universiti

Kampong Tungku

Bandar Seri Begawan

Brunei Darussalam, BE2119

Postal Address:

Jerudong International School

PO Box 1408

Bandar Seri Begawan

Brunei Darussalam


St George's School


Fr. Piet de Wit was appointed as a resident priest in Brunei Town in 1937 to assist Fr. Crowther, MHM, who was the first resident priest in Brunei. Fr. Piet de Wit started the first Catholic school in a rented house owned by Mr. Kay in Jalan Padang, which also housed a chapel and the living quarters of the priest.

By 1941, a building to house the activities of the church had been constructed at Kumbang Pasang on the land donated by Mr. George Ah Foott. The school building by this time included a small chapel and living quarters for the resident priest. The priest was also the principal of the school.

During the Japanese Occupation of 1942-45, Fr. Piet de Wit together with the other priests were interned by the Japanese and sent to Batu Lintang, Kuching. The Japanese authorities used the church for their activities while the Anglicans used the school building for their services.

After the war, the school was re-established and managed by Mr. George Newn Ah Foott with his daughters as the teachers. The Mill Hill Missionary priests continued to come to Brunei from Labuan such as Fr. McCarthy, Fr. Ben Walsh and Fr. William Smit. It was Fr. Smit who gave the school the name St. George's School, after its founder and benefactor.

In 1953, Fr. Delaney was appointed as the resident priest. He was instrumental in constructing many buildings. He extended the school and constructed a new church. This building later became the Parish Hall. Fr. Delaney single-handedly taught the 12 Form One students in 1963.

The school building was rebuilt 1963. Fr. Conway was appointed to St. George's School from July 1964 to June 1965. Mrs. Paula Mah started teaching at St. George's School in January 1964. She was in charge of the Form Two students. It was also the time when the school uniforms patterns were chosen by the students and permission was granted by Fr. Conway. He was followed by Fr. Wolbers, who was appointed as Acting Rector and School Principal in September 1966. He also made the school uniform official.

The 12 students sat for the Sarawak Junior Exams in 1965 and scored 100% passes. This excellent performance was published in the Borneo Bulletin. By January 1969, Fr. Jan Dekker was sent as temporary replacement when Fr. Wolbers left. During this period, Bishop Galvin appointed a layman, Mr. Guy Alwines, as Principal of St. George's School. Fr. Paul Tong was appointed Rector in August 1969. He was followed by Fr. Francis de Vries in 1970 and by Fr. Thomas Keogan.

Fr. Jan Heuschen managed the school from 1972 and took over from Fr. Keogan who left in 1978. Fr. Heuschen was an excellent administrator, who was firm but friendly, demanding but generous. After working in Brunei for thirteen years, Fr. Jan Heuschen left in October 1984. Fr. Dunne took over for a short while until Fr. Peter Chiang was transferred to Bandar from the Seria Parish. In 1991 Fr. Chiang and Fr. McClorey had to leave Brunei. The departure of the last two foreign priests was a time of great trial with the burden of responsibility falling into the hands of the single local priest, Bishop Cornelius Sim.


The learning journey your child takes with us will be one that stimulates and excites them as well as challenging them to be the very best that they can be. At St George's School we are very proud of our students, their achievements and of the school community to which we all belonged. Besides providing a top quality academic education, we value all kinds of achievement and celebrate this with our students. We have very high aspirations for everyone in our school community and expect a lot from our staff and our students. All of our pupils are encouraged to develop their confidence and competence to ensure that when they leave us they are prepared for the future. I believe that young people can only achieve their very best if they feel happy, safe and secure at school. We aim to be, in the words of our Vision Statement:


The Torch - symbolises the desire to learn

The Book - symbolises the Book of Knowledge

AO - Alpha and the Omega (the beginning and the end, God being the centre of our lives)

School Motto-Honour and Labour


School Vision

To strive to become an excellent and reputable centre of learning.

School Mission

To provide opportunities for the overall integral development of its students through the process of effective nurturing and skills acquisition

School Values


Taking pride of an atmosphere that encourages leadership, teamwork and cooperation where each one works for the betterment of a caring environment.


We will ensure continual learning targeted at attaining an education of excellence to serve and interact well with others in the society.


We give due recognition to out students' achievements and contribution thereby motivating them to excel and strive towards perfection.


We believe in inculcating honesty and integrity to develop and mould our students into upstanding citizens.


We believe in nurturing our students' self confidence and self esteem by teaching them to respect the individual's rights, needs and feelings


We will work towards ensuring and maintaining a conducive atmosphere to enhance the joy of teaching and active learning so as to produce well balanced individuals for a healthy society.

To strive to become an excellent and reputable centre of learning.

As you continue your visit to our website you will find lots of useful information about the school, extra-curricular activities, the latest news and events. In addition, our website includes a plethora of examples that celebrate our children's academic, creative, sporting, and social success and achievement.


The Torch - symbolises the desire to learn

The Book - symbolises the Book of Knowledge

AO - Alpha and the Omega (the beginning and the end, God being the centre of our lives) School Motto

Honour and Labour


1. His Excellency the Right Reverend Bishop Cornelius Sim

2. Mr. Anthony Liew Vun Chiang

3. Mr. Charles Shim Fui Thong

4. Mdm. Doris Wong

5. Mr. Ho Mun Wai (Freddy)

6. Mr. James Low Tze Fatt

7. Mr. Patrick Anthony Wong Soo Siong

8. Mr. Vincent Stewart Mah


1. Application forms can be obtained from the school office at $1.00 per copy.

2. Photocopies of the required documents must be attached to the completed application form (originals must be brought at the time of submission for verification). The requirements are:

i. birth certificate

ii. latest school report

iii. examination slip (where applicable)

iv. one passport-size photo

v. photocopy of Passport pages and Smart Card of parents and applicant

It is at the discretion of the school to require student applicants to sit for an Entrance Test. This usually applies to students from overseas. If there is no vacancy for the class/level applied for, student applicants will be placed on a waiting list until there is a vacancy. Parents of successful applicants will be issued a Letter of Offer and a Contract Form with regards to school fees payment. They will be notified via phone once these two documents are ready for collection. Upon acceptance, the Contract Form is filled in by the parent/guardian and given to the Bursary together with the payment of the required fees for admission.

Payment Time

School Days (Mon-Thu & Sat): 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Holiday (Mon to Friday): 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon

For new intakes commencing in January of every year, a total of $609.00 (Kindergarten) / $645.00(Primary & Secondary) is required.

a) $504.00 (Kindergarten) / $540 (Primary & Secondary) - Advanced Payment of 3 months' Fees

b) $50.00 - Admission Fees

c) $15.00 - School Fund

d) $25.00 - Report Book

e) $15.00 - T-shirt

*** depending on the month of admission ***

Once all fees have been settled, uniform details, timetable (when ready) and booklist will be given. The appropriate class will also be allocated.

Exercise books, test pads, school badge, student's diary and other stationeries can be purchased from the school's bookstore.

The new student upon entering the class is to show the receipts of payment to the Class Teacher for recording purposes.

School fees of $168 (Kindergarten) / $180 (Primary & Secondary) per month are to be paid montlyduring the first 5 working days of the current month thereafter until October.

All school fees and other miscellaneous fees paid to the school are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.

It is the school's policy to discharge a student if and when he/she has been absent for two(2) consecutive weeks without written notice of such absence to the school. Therefore, parents/guardians are reminded to always inform the school whenever their children will be absent for any reason.

Foreign students are required to apply for a STUDENT PASS upon enrollment and before admission into the school.

Admin & Support Staff

Primary Teaching Staff

Kindergarten Teaching Staff



Street Address

No. 11, Jalan Kumbang Pasang

Bandar Seri Begawan BA1512

Negara Brunei Darussalam

Postal Address

P.O. Box 2201

Bandar Seri Begawan BS8674

Negara Brunei Darussalam

Contact Details

Tel No. : (673) 2224458 / 2228449

Fax No. : (673) 2226910

E-mail :

Website :

Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Secondary School


On the 22 Zulkaedah 1425 Hijrah (corresponding to 3rd January 2005 Masihi), Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Secondary School (commonly called Yayasan Secondary School or SMYSHHB) started operations. The establishment of the Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah School Complex (comprised of the Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Nursery School, Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Primary School and Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Secondary School) represents the foundation involvement in offering educational services at the kindergarten, primary and secondary school levels as a contribution to the development of education and manpower in Brunei Darussalam.

Logo Meaning and Concept

The round shaped logo symbolizes protection, assistance and community development in all aspects (religion, education, welfare, development and finance).

Hand: Pray and seek help from Allah Subhanahu Wata´ala because with HIS bless, the people will live safely and peacefully. Giving support to those who are really in need will help them realise the Greatness of Allah Subhanahu Wata´ala and will always be thankful to Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful.

Crown: Symbolizes the position as a Ruler and Head of State who is blessed by Allah Subhanahu Wata´ala by governing with justice and affection on his subjects.

Triangle: Placed below the Crown which represents the Yayasan´s principles of establishment which are based on Faith, Charity and Benevolence Faith is the medium Charity is the care Benevolence is the formation of community and harmony

Bunga Lorekan (Patterned Flower): Symbolizes the Bruneian culture that will never be out dated.

Meaning of the Colours: Gold – greatness, justice, prosperity, wealth, nobility and devotion to Allah Subhanahu Wata´ala Yellow – colour of Royal sovereignty, affection towards subjects, care for the needy Green – Islamic, culture, His Majesty closeness towards his subjects

Umbrellas: Open umbrellas mean sheltering and protecting from time to time

Rods : The umbrellas´ handles represent 24 hours of time.

Jawi: Jawi inscriptions that says "Yayasan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah"

Principal Message

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you all to the new website of Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Secondary School. This new website is not just a mere embracement of Information, Communication Technology (ICT) but a clear demonstration of our commitment to provide a quality service to all our stakeholders.

To communicate better and serve you effectively, you will find that our website provide you with the latest information in our portfolio, our services and obligations. YSHHB Secondary school is a School with Global Vision aiming to be an excellent and premier Secondary Education Institution in Brunei Darussalam. We are committed to provide opportunities to all students to enjoy an excellent education. Under the new management since March 2012, we have kept up our effort to continuously strengthen the school performance in all aspects. The literacy and numeracy programme were reviewed and improved. We introduced and implemented a more intensive intervention programme in the afternoon and on Fridays as our effort to further boost the students’ academic performance.

The introduction of the School Leadership Programme aims to mould the students’ leadership skills and improve self-motivation and independence especially in their learning. The school introduced monitoring procedures to ensure the quantity and quality of work are maintained and improved to our highest expectations. Our open door policy and visibility reflects our open, friendly and welcoming environment. This year we introduced two uniform groups, the Girl Guide and the Army Cadets. We also introduce the swimming club. We believe in our students’ potentials and value their active participation. We challenge our students and promote healthy competitions by participating in all competitions organised by both Government and Private Institutions. The school is also taking a lot of initiatives in organising visits, camps and talks to promote character development and holistic education for all students. The school International Programme aims for the students to reach out internationally and is very significant in further promoting the school’s image of excellence.

The Professional Learning Community is continuously active in promoting the quality of teachers by networking with other schools, school visits both local and abroad, in-house training, talks, sharing sessions, attending conferences, seminars and workshops. Our mentoring programme ensures the young and new teachers are guided and supported by the expert teachers to produce deep pedagogies and leadership skills.

As Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Secondary School, we also commit ourselves to the wellbeing of the community. The school held annual Charity Programmes. Last year we introduced the Ramadhan Charity Programme to help the poor and the needy to celebrate their Hari Raya. It received tremendous support from the parents and guardians and was a huge success. The school Charity Programmes help to promote the feelings of empathy and the value of giving and helping others in need. In conclusion I wish to thank and congratulate everyone involved in developing the new website. We will continue to serve all our target audiences with the latest information and we welcome your feedback to improve our services.

Vision Statement

To Be An Excellent and Premier Secondary Education Institution in Brunei Darussalam"

Mission Statement :

"To develop individuals to their fullest from aspects of spiritual, moral, physical, intellectual and social aspects; to produce people who are knowledgeable, devout, faithful, skillful, pious, trustworthy, responsible and of noble character based on the national philosophy of Malay Islamic Monarchy"

School Motto : "Together We Excel, Glory for Brunei Darussalam"

School Slogan : "Always Knowledgeable, Outstanding and Pious"

Facilities :

1. Computer Rooms

2. Conference Rooms

3. Language Lab

4. Lecture Hall

5. Library

6. Meeting Room

7. Multi-Purpose Hall

8. Science Lab

9. Specialized Rooms

10. Surau

Department :

1. Arabic Department/p>

2. Bahasa Melayu & MIB Department

3. Business Studies Department

4. Computer Studies Department

5. English Department

6. Humanities Department

7. IRK Department

8. Mathematics Department

9. P.E. Department

10. Science Department

Subjects :

1. Bahasa Melayu

2. English Lanugage

3. Humanities

4. Islamic Religious Knowledge(IRK)

5. Mathematics

6. Science

Chung Hwa Middle School


To provide quality education to Tiong Hwa community in Brunei, Kapitan China Ong Boon Pang and few dignitaries, after much effort, established a school called York Choi School in 1918. The school had a humble start where it only rented a two-story shop lot as its classroom without a building of its own.

In 1922, the school was named Chung Hwa School and only 16 years later in 1938, the school made a major breakthrough with its own premises situated at Jalan Bendahara (approximately the vacant space of the current Parliament)

In 1940, Kapitan China Ong Boon Pang passed away peacefully after chairing the school board for 22 years and his great contribution in laying a solid foundation for the school is still remember and much appreciated.

In 1954, Lim Teck Hoo was elected as the new School Board.

In 1955, the school commenced its secondary level and changed its name to Chung Hwa Middle School, BSB.

In 1957, the government of Brunei subsidised the school and paid for the teachers' salary, administration cost and the construction cost of the basic school facilities. Moreover, free lunch, and later changed into free beverage, was provided to fellow students from 1959 to 1969.

In 1959, a comprehensive learning curriculum was successfully implemented at the school with its upper secondary level introduced in 1959. The total student population surged, surpassing the 1000 benchmark.

In 1962, one two-storey building was completed with the financing from both government and donation from the community. In 1962, the school launched its kindergarten level.

In 1968, a stadium was in completion.

In 1970, the government withdrawing its financial support to the school fomented financial constraints in the Chung Hwa Middle School, BSB. The crisis was solved after the Tiong Hwa Community volunteered to support the school in a form of monthly donation and the kind benefaction provided by the philanthropic Kapitan China Awang Lim Teck Hoo and other board members.

In 1971, the medium of instruction was changed to English for Upper Secondary Science Streams.

In 1972, the school was honoured when Al-Marhum Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Sa'adul Khairi Waddin consented to officiate the 50th school anniversary. At the same time, a four-storey building was completed to cater for the needs of its secondary students.

In 1974, in line with the national policy, Friday was declared a weekend holiday. The school syllabus was adapted to echo the national syllabus where English and Bahasa Melayu were taught to primary students. After 1975, the medium of instruction of the school, except Mandarin, Bahasa Melayu, History, Music, Physical Education (PE), Arts and Moral, was aptly changed to English.

In 1975, the school embraced teachers assigned by the government to teach Bahasa Melayu for primary level and their salary was shouldered by the government.

In 1978, the school marked a glorious history and established its name when its students scored the public exams such as the PCE and BJCE with flying colours.

In 1982, a three-storey building was built to cater for the needs of kindergarten pupil. In May 1982, the school hall was upgraded and its named was officially changed to Darussalam Hall. The school marked a new milestone when Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Paduka Seri Pengiran Perdana Wazir graced the grand celebration of the school 60th anniversary. In November, the gala night, organised by the school alumni, successfully collected $241,937.80 with the establishment of the alumni education fund.

In 1983, the rules of the school board were amended and for the following year, election of the school boards abided by such amended rules. The new school canteen was open in 1986 and one year later, sixth form was launched at the school with a total of 11 students.

In 1988, the school made history as the first school whose management and learning was aided by computer.

At the same year, computer was integrated as part of the extracurricular activities. The new meeting room and the school library were completed and one air-conditioned school bus was used. In December that year, seven students graduated from the sixth form. The new entry policy, where a credit in GCE O' Level Bahasa Melayu was a prerequisite to study in Sixth Form, jeopardised the source of students and forced the school to cease its sixth form education later.

In 1990, one hostel for teachers and students was constructed.

In 1992, the 70th anniversary celebration of the school was officiated by the Minister of Education, Yang Berhormat Orang Kaya Laila Wijaya Dato Pehin Haji Abdul Aziz Umar. On May 1995, one gala concert was held in Darussalam Hall to fund the fixing of air conditions for the staff room and kindergarten. $300,000 was successful collected.

In 1996, the chairman, Yang Dimuliakan Pehin Temenggung Dato Lim Teck Hoo retired after leading the school for more than 40 years.

In 1997, Awang Ang Swee Chuan was elected as the new chairman. In May, the school alumni donated $100,000 to the school after CHMS Gala Cultural Night.

In 1998, the school launched its own website, and in June that year, a cutting-edge computer lab and multimedia language rooms were officiated.

In 1999, parents could surf the net to peruse their children's performance at school and apply leave for their children via the school web.

In year 2000, the school ventured into the cyber era and teachers from eight core subjects were requested to post their lesson plans online to make it convenient for students in their revision. Series of activities such as the Zhuan Deng camp and Duan Wu Exhibition were held. Express class was introduced from Primary 4 to Form 3 to expedite learning for students with excellent results.

In 2001, Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzzadin Waddaulah, sultan dan Yang Di-pertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam consented to visit the school. Beginning with the same year, the election of the new school board would be held once every four years. The construction of PE rooms for kindergarten and computer rooms for secondary were also completed at the same year, along with the CHMS Vision 2003 campaign.

In 2002, the school celebrated its 80th anniversary with much gaiety and an array of activities was held to commemorate the eventful year. Kick starting the celebration was the opening ceremony on 6 April 2002. Students, teachers and public jousted and frolicked to participate in the launching of the 80th anniversary logo, touch light relay, tug-of-war and internet quiz. On 28 April that year, Walkathon 2002 was officiated by the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Education, Yang Dimuliakan Pehin Orang Kaya Maharaja Dato Seri Laila Jasa Haji Awang Abu Bakar. A total of $345,291.71 was collected from people of all walks of life and fellow Chung Hwa boys or girls. Part of the collection which comprised $28,000, was donated to Tabung Pengiran Muda Mahkota Al-Muhtadee Billah. On 28 September 2002, the Legacy Hall was officiated by the chairman at that time, Mr. Ang Swee Chuan.

On 2 October 2002, the school was honoured to have Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzadin Waddaulah, Sultan dan Yang Di-pertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam consenting to officiate the 80th anniversary of CHMS, BSB.

In 2003, the distinguished Minister of Education, Yang Berhormat Pehin Seri Setia Hj Awang Abdul Aziz and his entourage, officiated the cleaning campaign to curb SARS on 6 May. On 7 September 2003, a gala funfair was successfully held to raise money for the school development fund. On 2 October 2003, in conjunction with the 81st anniversary, a cultural concert was held at Darussalam Hall. On 21 October 2003, the school and UNITEK inked the IT-SMS and paved way for the e-administration implemented later.

On 24 July 2004, the school won the fourth place in the National Cleaning Campaign. On 2 September, a gala cultural performance was organised at Darussalam Hall for the school development fund. On 2 October, the school celebrated the 82nd anniversary where a cultural performance was held at Darussalam Hall to add gaiety to the event. In October, our student, Dayang Huang Xiu Mei, was honoured to receive the BICTA award from Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Paduka Seri Pengiran Muda Mahkota Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah.

On 18 March 2005, the school Board of Directors, the principal and other staff from the school held an educational tour to China. On 30 August, the school launched a programme to enable parents to communicate and share ideas via SMS. On 2 September, a Wall Painting Competition involving students of different levels successfully festooned the school compound with numerous educational wall paintings. In November, our school was honoured to host the 6th South East Asia Mandarin Forum.

On 5 September 2006, the school and the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Brunei inked the agreement to elect the school as the organising school for Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) in Brunei, a national standardized test to assess the Chinese language proficiency of non-native speakers. On 9 September, three students from the school secured a scholarship from the school to pursue their academic advancement in China. Students that year also achieved outstanding results in O' Level and were honoured with 10 Brilliance Awards. In October, the school launched the ground-breaking ceremony of the new school building. On 14 November, the school participated in the Aidilfitri Educational Exhibition in ICC, Berakas and the school was indebted when Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan consented to visit the exhibition booth of the school.

On 11 March 2007, CHMS Parent-teacher Association was established to involve parents and teachers of kindergarten, primary and secondary in the development of the school. On 8 April, a walkathon to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the school was successfully held and the school was grateful to the Minister of Education Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Lela Dato Seri Setia Haji Awang Abdul Rahman to officiate the walkathon. Students of the school again made Chung Hwa proud by their remarkable results in O' Level whereby one student of the school emerged as the world top in commercial studies. On 29 August, the recycle campaign was successfully launched. On 2 September, the school held a grand funfair to raise fund for the new school building. On 24 October, the renowned philanthropist Madam Aw Sian visited the school.

On 6 January 2008, the state-of-the-art Pehin Temenggung Dato Lim Teck Hoo Bulding was completed. The Opening Ceremony was graced by the presence of Yang Berhormat Pehin Kapitan Cina Kornia Diraja Awang Lau Ah Kok. On 19 July, the new exit bridge was officiated to expedite the traffic flow at school. On 15 November 2008, the minister of education, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Lela Dato Seri Setia Haj Awang Abdul Rahman officiated the opening of the new school building and marked a new era for the school.

Admission Policy

CHMS offers a continuous education from kindergarten till secondary 5. The main intake of students is at the Kindergarten 1 & 2 levels for which registration normally begins in August each year.

The school accepts any student, Bruneians, local residents, and foreigners, who meet the appropriate age requirements (3 years for Kindergarten 1 and 4 years for Kindergarten 2). The school also accepts any student with appropriate age and education attainment requirements into other levels of study on a case by case basis, subject to the availability of places.

All foreign students are required by law to have a valid student pass issued by the Ministry of Education and endorsed by the Immigration Department before they can be enrolled in the school.

Vision:To Be Most Sought after school in brunei


To lay in our students strong eastern values, the ability to do well in both their studies and sports, and the confidence to excel in their future careers.


To provide the children of the Chinese community in Brunei with an opportunity for a quality education while at the same time welcoming children of other ethnic groups.

To provide an education with equal emphasis on the learning of the Chinese, English and Malay languages in accordance with the social and national needs of the country.

To mould the students into loyal and law abiding citizens.

To create an environment where children are developed fully and harmoniously all round-morally, intellectually, physically, socially and aesthetically.

School Moto

• Propriety ● Righteousness ● Modesty ● Remorsefulness

St. Andrew’s School


January 1956 saw a significant era in the history of St. Andrew’s School; her institution.

Canon Paul Chong En Siong always had in mind that for the church to nurture her young was through the teaching in Christian schools. Even though it was no easy task, with the help of parishioners, friends and family, he was able to establish the first Anglican school in Brunei town.

St. Andrew’s started from humble beginnings; with only 70 students, 3 teachers and a minute area of learning. Due to lack of resources, the school could only cater for the lower learning classes-the highest being Primary Four.

Though St. Andrew’s School had begun in a very small way, there were difficulties to be faced-difficulties such as in having to cope with the great differences in age in a class, the poor facilities, and difficulties on the administrative side. These were overcome and by the end of 1957, the school still existed. In 1964, the school moved from the church vicarage to its present site, benevolently donated by Dato Ong Kim Kee. Thus from this very small beginning, this mustard seed, St. Andrew’s School has grown into what it is today. It is Canon Paul’s wish that the school “continue to grow and prosper”.

At present, St. Andrew’s has fully grown to a fully equipped institution of learning which can accommodate up to 1600 students.

St. Andrew’s School has not wasted time or opportunities in its service and position in public education. In 1995, Computer Studies was introduced to our Secondary One students. In 2000, a Mandarin Club was formed to cater those who wants to learn the language. At the same time, sports, games and other Extra Curricular Activities are also encouraged and expanded. The school will continue its role in the country with a commitment to excellence in education for the school children in Negara Brunei Darussalam.


The crown stands for loyalty to duly constituted authority; ‘S.A.’ stands for our Patron Saint Andrew, Apostle and Martyr; the white saltire on the blue shield is the symbol of that saint; the torch burning lamp and lotus flower are the western and eastern symbols of learning respectively. The aim of the school is to present knowledge as a universal heritage and not merely as an exclusive national monopoly.

Motto:Courage and Love.

Vision:Impacting and transforming lives, contributing positively to society.


• To promote quality holistic education with diverse learning opportunities for students to enable them to reach their full potential with pursuit of excellence.

• To develop upright character by instilling integrity, mutual respect and tolerance for others.


• I place my allegiance to God, His Majesty the Sultan and the government of Brunei, the school authority and teachers.

• With Courage and Love, I will endeavour to:

• Respect and honour the nation and school in the Singing of the National Anthem, School song and the recitation of Doa and prayers as well as observing of the Laws of the nation and the rules and regulations of the school with pride;

• Strive to excel and uphold the good name of the school in all areas – disciplines; school work; examinations, co-curricular activities and competitions;

• Be a good example to others by building strong value of integrity, honesty, mutual respect and understanding;

• Serve and contribute positively to the school and community at large












As the enrolment in the school is always in great demand, parents are strongly advised to register their child/children as soon as the dates of application are open (June to August – unless the level is full). Parents are to contact the Main Office during office hours for an appointment with the Principal. Parents are to bring along their child, birth certificate and the most recent academic results of the child when meeting the Principal.

Applicants are required to fill in an application form and submit it to the Main Office together with the following documents;

• certified copies of birth certificate

• report book

• four passport-size photographs

• The school leaving certificate will have to be submitted when admission has been granted

The school normally administers tests to assess the academic abilities of the applicants in the following subjects:

• English

• Bahasa Melayu

• Mathematics

Results of such tests for successful applicants are made known before the end of the year.

In addition to the admission tests, parents and students will be interviewed by the Heads of Sections / Heads of Departments.

The Ministry of Education requires all foreign students to have valid student passes before they are officially registered with the school.

Parents should therefore, take necessary steps to obtain such passes from the Ministry of Education and Immigration Department.

School Fees


B$180* x 10 mths = B$1,800

Year 1 – 6

B$168* x 10 mths = B$1,680

Year 7 – 8

B$174* x 10 mths = B$1,740

Year 9, 10 & 11

B$180* x 10 mths = B$1,800

Year 10 & 11 (Express & Pure Science)

B$192* x 10 mths = B$1,920


New Admissions

New admissions must pay:

• a deposit of B$250

• 2 months advance fee

• admission fee of B$50 plus

• a yearly surcharge of B$10 before your child/children can enter their classes

Parents should settle the school fees during the FIRST FIVE WORKING DAYS of each month.

Should the fees continue NOT to be paid until December of each year, your child’s name will be struck off from the register and you will be asked to transfer him/her to Government School (ref: KPE/DG/BPS/C/42a Pt.2 dated 8 May 2012). Leaving certificates will not be issued and deposit not refunded until all outstanding fees are cleared.

The Ministry of Education requires all foreign students to have a valid student pass before they are officially registered with the school.


Notice of withdrawal from the school must be communicated to the Principal in writing at least THREE MONTHS in advance. Failure to do so will result in the deposit being forfeited.

Any student whose performance, conduct or attendance proves to be consistently unsatisfactory, will be asked to leave the school. In such cases, no part of the fees for the current term will be refunded.

* Fees – subject to revision

Official Uniform

Administration Contacts


Jane Keasberry, LLB Law, Barrister at law; PGCE (TESL); M. Ed.


Chong Ah Fok, BA Pendidikan (UBD), MA (UBD)


Gladys Yee Noi Hiok


Helen Kang @ Mdm Kim Hyun Sook (Upper Primary) Stella Low Kui Min (Lower Primary)


Lim Siok Eng


Rose Loh @ Chin Moi Kui


Monday—Thursday & Saturday: 7.30 AM – 12.30 PM & 1.45 PM – 4.30 PM


Monday—Thursday & Saturday

Morning Session

Kindergarten 2 : 8.30 AM-12.00 PM Kindergarten 3 : 8.00 AM-12.00 PM Yr 4 – 6 : 7.15 AM-12.15 PM Secondary : 7.15 AM-12.30 PM

Afternoon Session

Kindergarten 2 : 1.30 PM-5.00 PM Kindergarten 3 : 1.00 PM-5.00 PM Yr 1 – 3 : 12.40 PM-5.30 PM


(+673) 2222099 – Main Office, (+673) 2225587 – Primary Office, (+673) 2234708 – Fax,


St. Margaret's School


The school was founded by Rev. Melling, a resident priest at St. Margaret's Church, in 1955. The first school was an old wooden building which was a vehicle repair shop, opposite St. Margaret's Church. It started with three classes and had 60 children. The school was inaugurated by R.E. Hales, the Managing Director of British Malayan Petroleum Company on 8 April 1956. The school moved to its present site in 1959 which was given by the government.

The school was established by the efforts of founder Principal Rev L R Melling and the parishioners of St Margaret’s Church in Seria at Lorong Tiga to cater for those who wanted English as the medium of instruction.

The official opening of the School By Mr R E Hales, Managing director of British Malayan Petroleum Company on 8th. April 1956.

In January 1960, the school opened a secondary section with Form 1.

In February 1960, Mr John Heath took over as the principal.

The ARCON building was inaugurated by the Managing Director of Brunei Shell Petroleum, Mr PM Linton, on 7 May 1961.

The first batch of candidates from St Margaret’s entered the Brunei Certificate of Education in November 1962 (which was later changed to PMB) and the Cambridge School Certificate of Examination in 1964.

A new class room block was inaugurated by the Bishop of Borneo on 26th Feb 1967, and the Principal’s Quarters werer completed in October 1967. Mr Curie (Australia) took over for a short while as Acting Principal. Mr John Heath served the school as Principal until 1970.

A new school block was opened in December 2011


School Song

We are proud that our school is St. Margaret’s Seria, The place of our studies to fit us for life. Each morning we study with teachers to guide us, At home we are busy to learn all they’ve taught. We are boys and we are girls with lives stretched out before us, Oh! What shall we do with this life that is ours? We’ll fit ourselves daily to be useful people, to serve God and neighbour the rest of our lives.

School Badge


• RED— Strength

• WHITE— Purity

• BLUE— Peace and tranquility


St Margaret School in Brunei Darussalam is the first school to have an online tracking system collaborating Students, Teachers, Parents and School administration to electronically track their progress.



Secondary section of the school is led by a team of qualified, experienced and dedicated staff. The effective guidance required at the teenage period is well addressed by the teachers. The lower secondary (Year 7 and year 8) fully incorporates the National Curriculum objectives and perspectives along with the other skills required to pursue higher education. Upper secondary caters for the General Cambridge Ordinary Examination ( GCE O Level).

Bearing in mind the requirements and aspirations of a growing generation, we offer a wider choice of subjects.

They are English Language, Malay Language, Mathematics , Additional Mathematics, Principles of Accounts, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Combined Science, Geography, History, Commercial Studies, Computer studies, Art and Islamic Religious Knowledge. There are two streams from Year 9 - Science and Arts, where English Language, Malay Language and Mathematics are compulsory for both streams.

Co-curricular activities(CCA) are integrated into the school time table to ensure every child under our care are well equipped to face the future challenges. The students are exposed to a series of activities under the different captions Public Speaking Skills ( English and Malay Department), Personal Development, Career Corner ( Business Department) and Health, Safety and Environment ( Science Department). In addition to CCA, we also encourage students in Sports and other Extra-curricular activities (ECA) like Uniformed groups, Cultural Club, Music Band, Cookery Club, Science & Mathematics Club for preparing students at National and International competitions and University for Children ( ages 9 to 13 only).

Many of our students secure Brunei Shell Petroleum’s and other Government Departments scholarships after the completion of the O-level examination. St.Margaret’s School has certainly become the choicest educational destination of very ambitious children and parents. . We achieved this by the hard work of students with the able guidance and assistance of our caring teachers and also with the trust and support of the parents.


The primary section is handled by experienced and qualified teachers who prioritise the importance of children’s education. We follow a state curriculum called 21st Century National Education System (SPN -21 curriculum). Conducive learning environments which maximize the children’s learning potential are mainly focused in this section. Students are exposed to National and International competitions to allow them to cultivate and foster their skills and knowledge. Field trips both in and out district for all levels in the primary are organized annually to provide a different learning experience outside the classroom. Co-curricular activities and extra-curricular activities enhance the children’s aesthetic and academic skills.

Academically, our Primary 6 results for 2010 was the best ever with a 100% pass rate and 17 ‘5A’ grades. St.Margaret’s school is indeed a ‘gateway to excellence ‘.


Our Kindergarten section aims to impart to the students education through the Multiple Intelligence system, to enhance linguistic, cognitive, interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, visual/ spatial and kinesthetic skills. Integrating all these skills in the curriculum promotes high quality students who are academically sound morally grounded, as learning is imparted by different approaches. The school provides ample scope to the children to do things by themselves and believes learning is exiting and knowledge should be value-based.

The new Mellings Block has fully air-conditioned activity room, kindergarten classrooms with digital equipment, keeping at par with innovative methods and use of modern technology in the present education system. The kindergarten has separate toilet facilities and washrooms keeping in mind health and sanitation as part of early childhood care.

The school admits students of all nationalities and believes in a global outlook. The school has committed and experienced teaching staff and follows the norm ‘ safety is our first priority’.

St.Margaret’s School is one of the best private schools in Brunei Darussalam. Our school caters students from Kindergarten 1 to Secondary 5 ( Year 11).

Seri Mulia Sarjana School


Founded on the 13th of January 1992, PDS School now Seri Mulia Sarjana School was established on three important foundations: Excellence, Patriotism, and Values. These have since become our guiding principle in establishing a sound curriculum that meets the individual needs of each of our students and leads the way to their academic and personal success and in enlisting a superior faculty of professionals who sincerely care about their students and respect every student's efforts. Seri Mulia Sarjana School reward has been steady growth. The original Preschool with only 14 students soon grew to include the Primary Levels.

Registering a growth rate of 180% during its early years. Seri Mulia Sarjana School emerged as one of the most progressive schools in Brunei Darussalam. Boosted by the growing public confidence and trust, Seri Mulia Sarjana School hit the 1,000 student mark in only 5 years.

Today, after more than 20 years of continuous operation, Seri Mulia Sarjana School caters to the educational needs of over 2,000 students and is among the 5 private schools nationwide offering the Secondary Levels. Comparatively, Seri Mulia Sarjana School is the youngest private school to have been granted to operate a Secondary Section in Brunei. We have since been recognised by Brunei Darussalam's Ministry of Education as among the country's top schools nationwide.

To provide a warm and nurturing school environment where students' learning and welfare is central. This is achieved through partnership with parents, staff and the community at large, which equally shares the responsibility of helping our students reach their full potential focusing on academic excellence and moral integrity."

Our Logo and Symbols

BLUE: Symbolises peace and nobility of Brunei Darussalam.

RED: Symbolises ambition and the zeal to excel.

WHITE: Symbolises purity of soul and innocence of youth.

BOOK AND PEN: Symbolises learning and acquisition of knowledge.

YELLOW LEAVES: Connotes the leadership quality that the school would like to develop in her students.

THE TORCH: Epitomises the aim of the school in giving her students a bright future with the power of knowledge and sound moral values


“Total Education for All”

Seri Mulia Sarjana School aspires to provide a quality all-rounded education aimed at reaching excellence and life-long learning for all, within a happy, caring and secure environment.


In pursuit of our vision, the School with dedicated teamwork will take the initiative to provide world-class education; demanding personal responsibility, respect and honour for all.

We achieve this by:

1) Focusing on “No Child Left Behind”

a. Unfolding the child’s talent as whole and unique person

. Empowering and Inspiring the child to reach full academic, physical, emotional and spiritual potential

c. Valuing each child’s individuality

d. Developing children to be independent, responsible learners

2) Promoting Excellence in all areas of learning

a. Literacy and numeracy

b. ICT

c. Communication and leadership

d. Sports

e. Arts and Sciences

f. Personal moral character and spiritual development

3) Cultivating students' interests, knowledge and skills in non-academic related fields through comprehensive range of extra-curricular programmes, clubs and societies

4) Equipping students with 21st century learning skills through a highly knowledgeable and competent staff force who share these values:

a. Initiative

b. Teamwork

c. Responsibility

d. Respect

e. Honour


Here in Seri Mulia Sarjana School we provide every child with a basic integrated education and more. As educators it is our goal to provide an academically challenging curriculum that meets the needs of our students' development in a positive, safe, and nurturing climate where students are expected to maintain a high level of academic and behavioural expectations.

A wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are made available to our students. We believe that it is important to educate the whole child. We strive to instill joy and enthusiasm for learning in our students.

We believe that each child is an individual that learns in his/her own way at his/her own pace. We strive to create an open and trusting atmosphere that provides our children with full opportunities to express how they feel, to directly ask what they want, to question, voice their opinions, and to resolve conflicts. With a strong academic base, a love for learning, and good communication skills, we feel that our children will be prepared for whatever encounter in their future. Our paramount aim is to prepare our students through increasing self-reliance, to contribute positively and significantly to a world in constant flux.


An ideal Seri Mulia Sarjana School teacher is one that is dynamic, committed to excellence and continuous improvement. Our teachers are constantly challenged to do their best in a working environment that is harmonious and supportive of creativity, resourcefulness, and life-long learning. One who delivers our curriculum to the highest of standards and is not reluctant to explore new things. Teachers benefit from our on-going professional development programme either through in-service trainings, workshops, or development programmes tailored specifically to meet our needs by outside consultants


Dance for Fun, Discovery Club, Speech and Drama ,Sports & Games, Art Club ,Book Club Kelas Mugaddam

ECA clubs are available to all Preschool levels.

ECA Clubs Contact Information




Basketball 1, Basketball 2, Dance Club 1 ,Dance Club 2, Drum and Bugle ,Cheerdancing, Shotokan Karate, Children's Theatre 1 & 2, Speech Club 1, Taekwondo 1 ,Taekwondo 2, Taekwondo Team ,Chess, Netball, Wushu, Wushu Team ,Science Club, Maths Club ,BM/Jawi Club, English Club ,Glee Club

ECA Clubs Contact Information




Basketball 1 Basketball 2 Dance Club 1 Dance Club 2 Hadrah Cheerdancing Shotokan Karate Children's Theatre 1 & 2 Speech Club 1 Taekwondo 1 Taekwondo 2 Taekwondo Team Chess Wushu Wushu Team Science Club Maths Club BM/Jawi Club English Club Track and Field Netball Football


Geared toward the total development of the child, Seri Mulia Sarjana School offers a variety of Extra-Curricular Activity (ECA) Classes. The unique variety of ECA Clubs range from Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Sports, Uniformed Clubs, Chinese Culture, Martial Arts, Religious Classes, Digital Arts and Special Needs classes have attracted parents and students alike to the school based on its excellent and quality programs tutored by highly skilled and professional teachers.

The clubs provide opportunity for exposure in private, corporate, national, and international events; and the opportunity to excel in various national and international competitions.


Seri Mulia Sarjana School, Preschool Section

No. 768 Kg. Jangsak, Jalan Gadong, Km 11

Bandar Seri Begawan, BF 2720

Negara Brunei Darussalam

Tel: (673) 2650856, 2652728


Seri Mulia Sarjana School, Primary Section

No. 768 Kg. Jangsak, Jalan Gadong, Km 11

Bandar Seri Begawan, BF 2720

Negara Brunei Darussalam

Tel: (673) 2654720, 2652708

Fax: (673) 2654722


Seri Mulia Sarjana School, Secondary Section

Spg. 340, Kampong Mata-Mata, Jalan Gadong

Bandar Seri Begawan, BE1718

Negara Brunei Darussalam

Tel: (673) 2456584, 2421311

Fax: (673) 2455780