Choosing to study at UTB means joining a university that is closer to industry than ever. Our programmes gave our students practical, work-based experience alongside traditional academic learning, to enable our graduates take on challenges of today’s working world.
We offer students a wide and diverse range of experiences so that they can develop an independent, creative, experimental and rigorous approach towards their study and future career.
The content of our programmes is reviewed annually to make sure it’s up-to-date and relevant. This is in response to discoveries through our professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; and outcome of reviews.
We are as excited about your future as you are. Welcome to UTB!
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ACADEMIC CONTINUITY PREPARATIONS AMID COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Subsequent to the recent and ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the university is closely monitoring the situation. As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our community on campus. We are planning for several contingency scenarios and taking decisive, informed action to limit the spread of COVID-19 while ensuring the continuity of our teaching and research mission. The University remains open and operational with appropriate measures to protect the health of the community. We will continue to update the community regularly to keep you informed of additional measures.
We have decided to move online and provide remote instructions. The goal of these social distancing measures is to limit the number of instances where community members are gathering in large groups and spending periods of time in close proximity with each other in classrooms, labs and common rooms. By reducing the number and proximity of people on campus, we can slow the potential transmission of the virus and limit exposure for all members of our community especially those most vulnerable.
Teaching and Learning Activities
Effective 13 March 2020 and until further notice
- We will begin transitioning to online instruction via university moodle (http://moodle.utb.edu.bn/lms/login/index.php) for all undergraduate and graduate classes.
- This transition is expected to be completed by 30 March 2020. At this time, these measures are in place until further notice. If and when a change is warranted, we will give as much notice as possible to the lecturers and students.
- Students will be required to meet academic requirements remotely. This include lectures, tutorials, and presentations.
- For class test, practical lessons, group presentations, Final Year Projects presentations, site visits, laboratories and studio activities, individual Faculty/School will communicate their specific course instruction plans to their students.
- Graduate students who work or conduct research on campus should consult with their supervisors on how they would conduct their work. Supervisor need to adhere to rules and regulations set by Graduate Studies Office.
Submission of Academic Requirement
- Submission of assignments, coursework, projects and other academic requirements will be done remotely or online. In case there is difficulty, submission can be done physically but precautionary measures as advised by the Ministry of Health should be taken.
- Respective Faculty/Schools will communicate more specific guidance on submission of academic requirements.
University examinations will be conducted at the end of the semester as scheduled. Careful measures have been planned to minimise disruptions.
- There will be adjustment in procedure during examination, seating arrangement, examination venues and number of students per room.
- For critique, practical and field work examination, Faculty/School will communicate their specific assessment plans to their students.
- Should there be extraordinary situation, the university need to provide additional flexibility. Alternative assessment formats and modes will be utilised. Students should await confirmation from the university’s higher management regarding alternative arrangements.
- The examination procedures and its alternative will make sure that students’ performance is not disadvantaged.
Transitioning to online and remote instruction and other academic disruption is a significant adjustment for everyone. We are committed to providing support.
- Students who need to remain on campus for extenuating circumstances (such as international students and students from other districts) will also receive instruction remotely and must prepare for severely limited on-campus activities and interactions.
- ICTC is working closely with the Faculty/School to ensure continuity and stability of services throughout this period.
- Faculty/School have already received guidance and recommendations to teach remotely, and we will continue to leverage our expertise in the science of learning to ensure the continuity of our teaching and research mission.
We seek everyone’s cooperation to keep personal hygiene and act responsibly to minimise the spreading of COVID-19. For further information, please call UTB Hotline at +673 8892800.
Assistant Vice Chancellor (Academic)
Dr Hjh Noor Maya binti Hj Md Salleh
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