Students who have successfully completed the BriTE programme will be eligible for admission into one of the following first year engineering undergraduate programmes at UTB:

Faculty of Engineering

  • BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering
  • BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering
  • BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • BEng (Hons) in Mechatronics Engineering
  • BEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering
  • BEng (Hons) in Petroleum Engineering

School of Design

  • BSc (Hons) in Product Design

School of Applied Sciences and Mathematics

  • BSc (Hons) in Food Science and Technology

Satellite Partner

  • Kemuda Institute

Entry Requirement

General

  • 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

Programme Specific

The minimum programme entry requirements to the BriTE programme are:

For BEng programmes in Mechanical, Civil, Mechatronics, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering

  • 200 A-level points in three subjects including: Mathematics, Physics and any other relevant Science subject (Chemistry, Further Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science, Design and Technology).
  • International Baccalaureate of 24 points at higher level subjects including Mathematics, Physics and other relevant Science subjects (Computer Science, Chemistry, Design Technology).

For BEng programme in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • 180 A-level points in three subjects including: minimum D grades in both Mathematics and Physics, and any other relevant Science subject (Chemistry, Further Mathematics, Biology).
  • 160 A-level points in two subjects, with minimum C grades in both Mathematics and Physics.
  • International Baccalaureate of 24 points at higher level subjects including Mathematics, Physics and other relevant Science subjects (Chemistry, Computer Science, Design Technology).

For BSc (Hons) Product Design

  • A minimum of 180 ‘A’ Level points for 3 ‘A’ Level passes in subjects including Mathematics, Physics, Design & Technology, Computer Science or Art & Design).

    OR
  • A minimum of 160 ‘A’ Level points for 2 ‘A’ Level passes in subjects including Mathematics, Physics, Design & Technology, Computer Science or Art & Design.

    AND
  • A portfolio containing at least 10 pieces of original work that demonstrate applicant’s creative development and/or process. The portfolio should include drawings, sketches, idea developments and demonstrate relevant 2D work (e.g. posters, editorial, photography, graphic design artwork, paintings, printmaking, digital imaging, web design, etc) and 3D work (e.g. 3D design, 3D paper structures, packaging design, etc).

    AND
  • A pass in interview.

For BSc (Hons) in Food Science and Technology

  • A minimum of 200 ‘A’ Level points in 3 ‘A’ Level passes including two relevant subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Food Studies, Physics, and Mathematics)

    OR
  • A minimum of 160 ‘A’ Level points in 2 ‘A’ Level passes in two relevant subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Food Studies, Physics, and Mathematics)

 

Programme Structure

Duration

Code

Module Title

14 Weeks

(March – July)

FE01

Mathematics

FE02

Physics

FE03

Chemistry

FE04

Introduction to Programming

3 core modules are offered: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. These are taught through lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. Students with sufficient ‘A’ level grade as required for admission to the undergraduate degree may be exempted from taking the relevant module.

For example, UTB’s BEng Mechatronic Engineering programme entry requirement is a minimum of 220 ‘A’ Level points for 3 ‘A’ level passes in both Mathematics and Physics at Grade C or higher, and a Science subject (Design and Technology / Chemistry / Further Mathematics / Computing). An applicant who has already obtained a Grade C in Physics may then be exempted from taking the Physics module in BriTE.

Students on BriTE will therefore take a minimum of one core module and a maximum of 3 core modules.

In addition to the core modules, students will also take Introduction to Programming as a compulsory module.

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