Students who have successfully completed the BriCOMP programme will be eligible for admission into one of the following first year School of Computing and Informatics undergraduate programmes at UTB:
- BSc (Hons) in Digital Media
- BSc (Hons) in Creative Multimedia
- BSc (Hons) in Internet Computing
- BSc (Hons) in Computing
- BSc (Hons) in Computing with Data Analytics
- BSc (Hons) in Computer and Information Security
- BSc (Hons) in Computer Networking
- Kemuda Institute
- Micronet International College
- Cosmopolitan College of Commerce and Technology
- At least a Credit Six in the Malay language at GCE Ordinary Level (applicable only for Bruneians applying for a Government Scholarship).
- At least a Credit Six in Mathematics at GCE Ordinary Level or its equivalent.
- At least a Credit Six in English Language at GCE Ordinary Level or an IELTS score of 6.0 or TOEFL minimum overall score 550 or its equivalent
The minimum programme entry requirements to the BriCOMP programme are:
- A minimum of 160 ‘A’ level points for 3 A-level passes including :
- one subject from Group A and two subjects from Group B or
- two subjects from Group A and one subject from Group B or
- three subjects from Group A.
- 140 ‘A’ Level points for 2 ‘A’ level passes including:
- at least one subject from Group A and one subject from Group B or
- two subjects from Group A.
- An International Baccalaureate score of 20 points at higher level subjects including Mathematics and Physics and other relevant science subjects (Computer science, Chemistry, Design technology)
Group A subjects are Mathematics, Further Maths, Physics, Computer Studies and Thinking Skills
Group B subjects are Applied ICT/IT, Accounting, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Design and Technology, Economics, Geography, History, Psychology, Sociology, English Literature, Media Studies, and Travel and Tourism.
(March – July)
Fundamental of Programming
Introduction to Multimedia
Computer System and Architecture
Basic of Database System
Eligibility for admission into UTB Undergraduate Programmes
Students who obtain at least 50% marks per enrolled module will be eligible for admission into the first year of the School of Computing and Informatics undergraduate programmes of their choice.