The Religious Teachers University College of Seri Begawan (KUPU SB) has remained committed to providing quality education to students and the community despite the challenges that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was said by KUPU SB Ra’es Dr Haji Adanan bin Haji Basar at the college’s Convocation Ceremony at International Convention Centre (ICC), Berakas.
Dr Haji Adanan, in his welcoming address, reiterated that KUPU SB is open to assisting individuals from all walks of life, ranging from public servants to the youth and senior citizens.
“Every faculty has come up with initiatives to meet its goals as well as public needs,” he said.
The Ra’es revealed that the college is set to sign memoranda of understanding (MoU) with a number of institutions – Kolej International Graduate Studies (KIGS), Centre for Children with Special Needs (KACA), Society for the Management of Autism Related issues in Training, Education and Resources (SMARTER), North Sumatera Islamic University (UISU) Indonesia and Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Mulwarman University, Samarinda, Indonesia.
Dr Haji Adanan also highlighted some of KUPU SB’s milestones which include producing the first batches of graduates in its Bachelor Degree and Master of Religious Teaching in Arabic Language programmes, as well as introducing new programmes to elevate the college’s standing, such as Diploma in Fiqh Al-Usrah Studies, Diploma in Jawi and Islamic Calligraphy Studies, Minor in Muslim Family Education, and part-time Bachelor Degree in Religious Teaching programme.