Five postgraduate students of Halalan Thayyiban Research Centre (PPHT) of Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) left for a Postgraduate Mobility Programme (IPPH) at Halal Product Research Institute of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) recently.
The 14-day programme began on September 30.
The Brunei delegation consisted of one PhD student from the Halal Management programme, two postgraduate students from the Masters of Halal Science (Halal Management) programme and two postgraduate students from the Masters of Halal Science (Halal Law) programme.
The group was led by postgraduate student Nor Surilawana binti Haji Sulaiman, a research fellow at PPHT.
PPHT Director Associate Professor Dr Nurdeng Deuraseh was present to bid the delegation farewell.
The IPPH, a network programme between UNISSA and UPM, includes activities such as lectures by UPM lecturers and invited speakers, presentations by PPHT postgraduate students and participating at the Nasyrul Quran in Putrajaya.
The delegation will visit IPPH labs around the campus to understand students’ learning environment and life at UPM.
The programme is expected to help students think outside the box and to gain knowledge and experience.