Kemuda Institute


What are your options?

When it comes to higher education in Brunei, there are a diverse range of possibilities. The system is made up of universities and other institutions that play a crucial role in promoting innovation, driving productivity and giving students the relevant skills they need for future success. In this section, we take a look at the various further educational institutions which are committed to providing Bruneian students with excellent academic and vocational training; and to making sure that they are well-prepared for the world of work.


Kemuda Institute is one of the earliest private higher learning institutions in Brunei Darussalam. The institute has made a major commitment to academic excellence. It is in the process of adding faculty positions, expanding faculty and graduate research, increasing student financial aid, and widening opportunities in key undergraduate programs.

“Educate and inspire young minds to venture into excellence in higher learning; To make sure the students will get jobs, To provide students the right skills to compete locally and globally, To give everybody a second chance in life through education and To provide opportunities for students to further their studies abroad.”

Kemuda Institute offers numerous Pearson BTEC Courses, NCC Education Courses, BDTVEC Courses and  at different levels from Level 2 Certificates to Level 5 Diplomas and HNDs. In collaboration with Open University Malaysia (OUM), Bachelor of Information Technology in Network Computing with Honours (BITN) and Bachelor of Information Technology and Management with Honours (BITM) courses are also offered.

In The News
Kemuda Institute is expecting to bring in its first degree courses related to business and IT by 2017. Managing Director Hjh Hasnah Hj Azri said the institute has already been in contact with several international universities. The Institute is still in its planning stage where they are completing the registrations and accreditations with the respective universities and the Ministry of Education.


This article was published in the Oct-Dec 2016 issue of Inspire Magazine. Download it here!